Welcome to our website

Forest Trails Animal Hospital was established in 1983 by Dr. Paul Welch. At that time, the hospital was on the northwest corner of 101st and S. Sheridan where the Subway is today. As Forest Trails Animal Hospital grew, we moved across the street to the southeast corner and into the Village South Shopping Center.

Forest Trails Animal Hospital is a five doctor practice with greater than 90 years of experience treating not only pets such as dogs and cats, but also birds, reptiles, and exotic pets. Please look through the website to familiarize yourself with our practice. If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, please give us a call at 918-299-8448.

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Latest News

Monday, June 15, 2015
Pet Food Brands--Which one should I use???
Anymore it is overwhelming to choose a pet food to use for our pets. This has become a multi-billion dollar industry over the last decade and now everyone wants a piece of the 'money pie'! Unfortunately almost anyone can put out a line of pet foods. What to consider when trying to decide....
Saturday, June 13, 2015
It's Kennel Cough Season!
Just a reminder! Summertime is often the time when families are taking vacations and boarding their pets at facilities. All facilities require that their vaccinations are up to date. "Kennel Cough" (or Infectious Tracheobronchitis) is an upper respiratory infection in dogs by either a bacteria or virus which inflames the upper airway and causes a hacking cough and gagging as if trying to get something up.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
Proheart 6 Injectable Backorder
We want to inform our clients that have been using Proheart 6 injections for their pets to prevent heartworms, that it is currently on backorder and is looking like this will be for an indefinite period of time. In the meantime, if your pet is due or coming due soon, we are recommending switching to one of the monthly products available until we know if and when Proheart 6 may be available again. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please call our office if you need more information.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Have you found an orphaned bunny or squirrel??
Use this link to go to a website that can give you helpful information regarding the care of orphaned wildlife http://www.orphanedwildlifecare.com/ or see the link at the lower right of this page for 'Orphaned Wildlife Care'.
Monday, September 23, 2013
Check us out on FACEBOOK and TWITTER
We are now on Facebook (Forest Trails Animal Hospital) and Twitter (ForestTrailsAH).
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Pet Insurance
Pet insurance has been available now for over thirty years. If someone is interested in it, how do you decide and what choices are there?
Friday, December 28, 2012
Have you, a friend, a family member recently lost a pet?
Read this 'last will and testament' to find some comforting words that may help you or others with their grieving process.
Friday, April 27, 2012
Baby Bunnies!
What to do when you find a nest of baby bunnies or even a single baby bunny.
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Heartworm Prevention and Testing Update
When the Companion Animal Parastie Council met earlier last year, they updated their recommendations based on some new developments from this past year. There have been some dogs that have tested positive for heartworms even though they had been given preventative on a monthly basis. As a result veterinarians and pharmaceutical companies are working together to discover what may be going on.

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Office Hours:
7 am - 6 pm Monday- Friday. 7:30am - 12 (noon) on Saturday
Phone: (918) 299-8448
Fax: (918) 299-3933
Address: 6528 East 101st Street
Suite A
  Tulsa, OK 74133-6724
Our hospital schedule is appointment based and pre-scheduled appointments will be given first priority; however, walk-ins and drop-offs will be worked into the schedule.

Appointments can be made with the first available doctor, or you may specify a specific doctor when making the appointment with the receptionist. If you call the hospital after we have closed, the answering machine will direct you to one of the emergency hospitals in the Tulsa area.

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