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scope bio eddie Alameda Animal Hospital, Inc. has provided comprehensive veterinary care to companion animals in the Norman/Moore/Noble area for over 25 years. Alameda Animal Hospital was originally established in 1985 by Dr. Gary Eskew in the Alameda Square Shopping Center at the corner of 12th Ave NE and Alameda, hence its’ name. In 1994 Dr. Eskew built a new free standing facility and the Hospital was moved at that time to the current location, 431 12th Ave NE.

We offer to our patients and clients a modern, clean, and comfortable environment while practicing high quality veterinary care with compassion and professionalism. We are a full service veterinary hospital to our clients while providing these services with experience, kindness, and respect.

Our support staff and entire health care team are equally as compassionate and skilled in their areas of expertise. They continue to strive for greater knowledge of the veterinary field through attending conferences, lectures, and team meetings.

We are committed to providing you with the best in veterinary care and the personal attention that you and your pet deserve.

Q. Do I need an appointment?
A. Appointments are preferred and available Monday–Saturday. Same day appointments are usually available for sick patients and emergencies. Appointments are necessary for grooming and boarding. Please call us at (405) 360-0045 to set up an appointment that is convenient with your schedule.

Q. What forms of payment do you accept?
A. We accept Cash, Personal Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and CareCredit.

Q. How do I get a refill for my pet’s prescription?
A. If you are in need of heartworm preventative refills or flea and tick medication refills, those medications are available over the counter in our clinic or through our online store. So that we may accurately refill your pet's other medications from our in-house pharmacy we request a 24 hour notice when refills are needed.

Q. Are vaccines important?
A. Very important, crucial for puppies and kittens. Vaccines keep your pet healthy and prevent serious diseases. The doctor will make sure your pet avoids these serious diseases through annual wellness exams, vaccinations and parasite protection. Also, due to the fact that we are a high rabies area the rabies vaccine is required by law.

Q. What vaccines are required for boarding or grooming?
A. All pets staying with us are required to be current on Rabies and Bordetella vaccines.

Q. When should I have my pet spayed or neutered?
A. The best time to spay or neuter your pet is around 6 months of age.

Q. When does my pet need blood work?
A. Yearly blood work should be performed to detect heartworm disease. During the annual exam or in some cases of illness, the doctor may feel that blood work is recommended. The type of blood work will be determined specifically for each pet depending on his or her individual needs. In many situations early detection is essential for more effective treatment.