Wewoka Animal Hospital

Wellness Care

Large animals need regular veterinary care just like smaller ones. Our large animal wellness programs are designed to assure your animal is receiving the highest-quality preventive health care as well as a foundation for a long, healthy life.

Wellness Exams

Our vet provides wellness appointments. During these visits, our vet checks your farm animal's physical health for any possible issues. Our vet will check your animal's legs and other body parts for any signs of issues.

Part of the visit also includes getting your animal weighed. Sometimes, other tests are run as well.

At the wellness visit, our vet may recommend lifestyle changes. If your animal has any chronic health conditions, we'll provide treatment to manage them. Additionally, if an animal already has a health condition, we can reevaluate treatment to make sure your animal receives the ideal treatment for its condition.

Wellness visits are an excellent time to make sure your pet is updated on all of its vaccinations. It's also a time when you can ask our veterinarian any questions you have about taking care of your animal, including nutritional needs. That way, you can provide it with the best care possible.


We are proud to offer equine dentistry and provide care for your horse’s entire oral cavity. A horse’s teeth and jaw function are vital to their overall well being, so dental care is an important part of your horse’s health.

We provide floating for horses as well as a range of routine to advanced services. Proper dental care will ensure that your horse’s teeth are not causing discomfort, pain, or other potential health issues.

Equine Farrier

Our farrier services provide high-quality hoof-trimming and shoeing to horse owners in our community.

Our farriers combine the tactical, craftsman-like skills of a blacksmith with the veterinary knowledge of anatomy in order to effectively protect and maintain hoof health. A skilled farrier knows that only half of their job is shoeing horses; because horse hoofs are always changing and growing, trimming the hoof to the proper proportions is also critical. Also, because the hoof is the outer covering of a the sensitive and complex anatomy of the foot, utmost precision and technical knowledge must be practiced for the safety of the animal.

Beyond traditional horseshoes, we are also equipped to apply modern advancements to showing, such as glue-on horseshoes.

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