Southside Veterinary Clinic Resources
At Southside Veterinary Clinic, we know that finding reputable resources about pets and pet health can be challenging, confusing, and stressful. That is why we have taken the time to gather together a few resources that we find useful and trustworthy. Please browse through our list of topics to learn more. If you have any questions about particular resources or want help with a topic of your own, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
In our part of Oklahoma, dogs are at risk of contracting Canine Heartworm Disease year-round. Heartworms are transmitted when a mosquito feeds on an infected dog and then bites your dog. We recommend testing your dog for heartworms and then keeping it on a preventative year-round for protection. More information on Canine Heartworm Disease can be found here.
The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals is dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation, encouraging responsible pet ownership, and promoting the humane treatment of animals through community collaboration and education. They are a Tulsa-based non-profit organization.
The Tulsa Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has adoption counselors to help match you with the right pet for you! Elderly companionship Program deducts $50 of the Tulsa SPCA’s adoption fee when senior citizens (over 60 years of age) adopt a companion pet from them.
The Humane Society of Tulsa is a no-kill rescue organization that specializes in dog and cat adoptions.
Animal Aid of Tulsa has dogs and cats available for adoption. They have a unique way of raising money to care for injured pets with no owner-The Animal Aid Thrift Store at 3307 E. 15th in Tulsa.
The Animal Rescue Foundation, or ARF rescues pets from city shelters and cares for them until they are adopted.
Street Cats is a Tulsa based non-profit organization that shelters cats that have been lost or abandoned until they can find new homes for them.