At 405 Vet our approach to veterinary care is to promote excellent overall wellness and prevent illness. Our goal is to prevent illness, but when illness does manifest we will attempt to identify the issue and address it before it becomes a significant problem. To accomplish this, we recommend regular wellness and preventive care, which includes:

  • Annual Exams: Our veterinarian will assess your pet’s overall health by performing a nose to tail physical exam
  • Routine Blood Screening: Annual blood screening allows 405 Vet to establish baseline blood values for your pet, track and trend changes in these blood values, and diagnose and treat problems early. Routine blood screens allow our veterinarians to ensure all organs are functioning normally and more confidently declare wellness in your pet.
  • Vaccines: Routine Vaccinations are critical to preventing infectious disease in your pet. 405 Vet will evaluate risk factors in your pet and vaccinate accordingly.
  • Parasite Screening and Monthly Prevention: Parasites can cause significant disease in your pet, and potentially death. All pets are at risk for fleas, ticks, heartworms, and intestinal parasites. Some of these parasites can also be transmitted to your human family. Therefore, regular parasite screening and monthly prevention medication is a vitally important aspect of veterinary care.
  • Routine Dental Care: Dental disease is the number one diagnosed health problem in dogs and cats across America. We will closely monitor your pet’s oral health, and give you the information andtools to provide preventative dental care.

General Medicine

General Medicine Services include treatment for minor issues that commonly arise in seemingly healthy pets. 405 Vet routinely treats these issues so your pet can get back to 100% quickly. These issues include:

  • Allergies and itchy skin
  • Minor Infections
  • Lamenesses
  • Ear Infections
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • And More


Our hospital provides a full range of surgical services, from standard spaying and neutering to advanced, highly specific procedures.

Surgeries Offered

  • Spay and Neuter
  • Mass/tumor resection
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • ACL Repair/TPLO
  • Patellar Luxation Repair
  • Hip Surgery
  • Exploratory surgery
  • Oral surgery
  • Cystotomy
  • Dew claw removal
  • Hernia repair
  • Animal attack/wound repair
  • Abscess drainage/repair
  • Aural hematoma repair
  • Entropion/eyelid repair
  • And More

At 405 Vet we also offer the services of a board certified small animal surgeon when the need arises to perform more specialized surgeries. We understand that surgery is a stressful time for any owner, and we are available every step of the way to answer questions and put your mind at ease. If you are considering veterinary surgery for your pet, please contact 405 Vet to schedule an introductory consultation.


Do you know the number one disease affecting cats and dogs today? If you guessed dental disease, you are right! According to the American Veterinary Dental College, most dogs and cats have some evidence of periodontal (dental) disease by the age of 3, and it often goes untreated. In late stages, bacteria can enter your dog or cat’s bloodstream and may cause severe problems for the heart and other vital organs.

At 405 Vet, we understand that dental disease is a preventable issue. We strive to provide you with the at-home tools and in-clinic treatment to maintain good oral health and prevent dental disease. In addition to regular dental exams, we offer:

  • Anesthetic cleaning and polishing
  • Digital dental X-rays to see below the gum line where most dental disease is present.
  • Extractions when necessary
  • Oral surgery

Call us today for a dental consultation with one of our trained veterinary staff!

Internal Medicine Services

Our veterinarians at 405 Vet are experienced in diagnosing and treating complex, major internal medical diseases. When a beloved pet is diagnosed with a serious disease, it can be an overwhelming, scary experience. At 405 Vet, we partner with our clients to form a team dedicated to caring for and treating the pet. 405 Vet Veterinarians communicate the diagnosis, treatment, and set expectations for treatment in an understandable, realistic way to remove the confusion that often accompanies these diseases.

Major Illnesses commonly Treated include:

  • Diabetes
  • Endocrinopathies
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Neuromuscular Disorders
  • Neurologic Disorders
  • Cardiovascular Disorders
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Skin Diseases
  • Ophthalmic Disorders
  • And More


When your pet is not feeling or acting well, an initial evaluation often involves lab testing/bloodwork. 405 Vet Animal Hospital has an in-house laboratory where blood testing can be done on-site which often saves time and money.

Most blood testing can be performed within an hour which gives quick answers to your pet’s health issues, so treatment can be quickly pursued.

Blood Testing Performed on Site:

  • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
  • Blood Chemistry
  • Urine Evaluation
  • Heartworm Testing
  • Parvo Testing
  • Pancreatic Lipase
  • Felv/FIV Testing
  • And More

Diagnostic Imaging can also be performed quickly and efficiently at 405 Vet. This includes digital radiographs (X-Rays), Ultrasound, and Dental Radiographs.

We also offer the services of a board certified veterinary radiologist when needed to assist in performing and interpreting diagnostic imaging.

Have questions about diagnostics available at 405 Vet or need to schedule your pet for an appointment? Just give us a call at (405) 562-4998.


Health problems, injuries, and illnesses can happen at any time, and may need immediate attention. Please don’t hesitate to call or come in. When your pet urgently needs to see a veterinarian, you can count on 405 Vet to offer quality emergency and urgent care.

Urgent care—Our staff will work with you to have your pet seen as soon as possible. If your pet needs emergency or urgent care, please call or come in immediately.

Visit us to treat the following:

  • Laceration & cut repairs
  • Various injuries
  • Urinary problems including obstruction
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Decreased/loss of appetite
  • Bite wounds
  • Parasites
  • Urinating blood & urinary changes
  • Toxin ingestion
  • Foreign body ingestion
  • Skin infection
  • Pain or limping
  • Infections
  • Upper respiratory infection
  • Scooting
  • Hair loss
  • Toenail injuries
  • Chronic diseases

Care for Exotic Pets

405 Vet can care for almost any type of pet including most exotic pets. We recommend an exam upon adoption as well as yearly exams on exotic animals to ensure wellness and evaluate husbandry. 405 Vet is prepared and willing to work on:

  • Lizards, Snakes, Caimans, and Amphibians
  • Chinchillas and Guinea Pigs
  • Turtles and Tortoises
  • Mice and Rats
  • Parrots, Parakeets, and other Birds
  • Chickens and Turkeys
  • Pot Bellied Pigs
  • And More

Reproductive Services

At 405 Vet, we want you to feel educated and empowered in making reproductive decisions for your dog. Whether your reasons are for hunting, showing or superior companionship, we will guide you through the process in whatever way needed from decision making to delivery. Our goal is to not only support long time breeders but to help novices make the appropriate decisions for their pet. 405 Vet believes in spay and neutering your pets at a suitable age if they are not intended for breeding purposes, but does feel when someone wants to explore breeding options, partnership with a veterinarian can help improve the chances of successful breedings.

Services offered are:

  • Ovulation Timing
  • Progesterone Testing
  • Infertility workups
  • Artificial Insemination
  • Transcervical Insemination
  • Surgical Insemination
  • Semen Collection and shipment
  • Genetic Testing
  • PennHip Evaluations
  • OFA Evaluations


We encourage all pet owners to microchip their animal companions. The sad fact is that only 17% of dogs and 2% of cats make it back to their owners when they become lost. Microchipping significantly increases the chances that your pet will be returned to you.

Microchipping a pet is simple, relatively painless, and very affordable. Unlike collars and tags, microchips can’t fall off, and serve as permanent identification for a pet’s entire life. Have questions? Call us today at (405) 562-4998.


End-Of-Life Care

It’s never easy to say goodbye to a beloved pet, and we want to help make that difficult time more manageable by providing compassionate hospice and euthanasia services for your pet. We provide a quiet “comfort room” at the hospital where you can be with your animal companion through the process and when they pass, and we will give you the space and time you need to say goodbye.

Hospice care for pets means providing treatments, medications, and therapies to see that your pet’s pain is managed. We will work with you at our clinic to ensure that he or she is as comfortable as possible in the weeks or days prior to passing. When you’re ready to make that decision, our veterinarians will be with you every step of the way, and our staff can help with recommendations for aftercare.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call us at (405) 562-4998.


Acupuncture is an alternative treatment modality offered at 405 Vet. Amazing results can be often seen when treating many illnesses and injuries with acupuncture, using a combination of western and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine. We recommend a minimum of three sessions to evaluate treatment response. Common illness and injuries treated with acupuncture are:

  • Arthritis and Lameness
  • Intervertebral Disk Disease
  • Cardiac and Metabolic Diseases


405 Vet offers many different boarding options. We offer large, comfortable suites for dogs that can house more than one family pet at a time. We also offer standard boarding in standard size runs and kennels. For our feline patients, we have luxurious cat condos in a feline designated room. An outdoor playpen with artificial turf is used for daily exercise for our boarding patients. Playtime, snuggle time, and leash walking on our 5 acre property is also available as add on services. Please call to reserve your boarding reservation.

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Professional Grooming Services are provided by our two school trained, expert groomers. Our groomers are experienced in every breed specific cut and are excellent at communicating and training clients how to best maintain their pet’s haircoat. Please call to schedule an appointment for grooming.


Domestic & International Health Certificates If you plan to travel with your pet to another state or country, he or she may need a certificate of veterinary inspection. We can provide a health certificate that ensures your pet has met specific health criteria. Health certificates for domestic interstate and international travel have stringent rules veterinarians cannot bend.

When you contact us about providing a health certificate, be sure to provide the following information:

  • The type of animal that will be traveling
  • The country of destination
  • The date of departure from the U.S.
  • Whether your pet will be traveling alone, as cargo, or with a person in the cabin of the plane

For travel outside the U.S., you can look up the country you are traveling to and get helpful guidelines here. For detailed information about the steps in obtaining an international health certificate for your pet, visit the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service USDA APHIS website.