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Dog & Cat Services

At Oakes, Edgeley & Ellendale Veterinary Services, you can obtain all the veterinary care services your pet needs to lead a healthy life. Our veterinarians are fully committed to the health and wellness of your pet.

What We Offer

Pet Care


American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)

The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is an organization that accredits veterinary hospitals in the United States and Canada.

Pet Care


Pet Boarding

Our facility provides a comfortable, safe environment during your pet's stay!

Pet Care

Dental Care

Pet Dental Care

We can take care of everyday dental maintenance with outstanding regular check-ins, cleanings, and are prepared to handle more complex or chronic dental cases like a root abscess, abnormal tooth formation, or advanced periodontal disease.

Pet Care


Pet X-Rays/Radiology

There are many different types of radiological scans, each designed with unique technology to provide images of different parts of a pet’s body.

Pet Care

End of Life Care

Pet End of Life Care & Cremation

We will work with you to ensure your pet's comfort and dignity during his or her last days and final moments. We are happy to accommodate special requests and help you make arrangements for cremation or other options.

Pet Care


Pet Vaccinations

Pets should begin their vaccinations between 6 and 12 weeks of age and require boosters throughout their life.

Pet Care

Laboratory Testing

Laboratory Testing

Lab screening (or diagnostic testing) includes blood testing, urinalysis, and fecal testing.

Pet Care


Pet Surgery

Our veterinary surgeons perform a wide array of pet surgery procedures including mass removals, spaying and neutering and emergency surgery.

Pet Care

Preventative Care

Preventative Care

Our leading care teams get to know both you and your pets, which helps us deliver world-class veterinary medicine with hometown care.

Let us know how else we can help!

Don't see the specific service you're looking for? Don't hesitate to give us a call or send us a message and we'll see what we can do!

Did You Know?

Just like humans, puppies are born with baby teeth that eventually fall out and are replaced by adult teeth. Puppy teeth start to emerge around three weeks of age. Adult dogs should have around 42 teeth. If you notice any baby teeth that haven't fallen out, they may need to be removed. Luckily, our veterinarians can do that for your pup!

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