608 N 29TH ST
Blackwell, OK 74631

Mon - Fri: 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Sat: 8:00AM - 12:00PM

Sun: Closed

100.0% would refer friends and family to us

5 stars Customer since 2015

I took my cat to get neutered and the folks at Blackwell Animal Hospital offered to keep him overnight, so that he wouldn't be tempted to get into the cat food at home. They didn't even charge me for an overnight stay. They've always been very friendly when I come in.

5 stars Customer since 2011

I had my cat examined and which was found to have leukemia. We had to euthanize him, and your staff handled it with tender care. I would recommend this facility .

5 stars Customer since 1999

Great

3 stars Verified customer

Did you get a new groomer? Have the prices gone up on grooming?

5 stars Customer since 1999

Blackwell Animal Hospital personnel always greets me in a friendly manner & offers to help me find what I need or takes care of my pets' needs. They always show compassion for my pets as they treat or care for them.

5 stars Customer since 2011

Very friendly and clean.

5 stars Customer since 1999

I absolutely love everyone there, they take such good care of my Baby. The new Vet is awesome and very caring. I would not trust my Baby to anyone else. The front desk staff is also very caring and thorough.

5 stars Customer since 2003

Dr. Jones and the staff were great! Very caring and professional. That's why I make the trip, I know you actually care

5 stars Customer since 1999

They took great care of our Lucy.

5 stars Customer since 1999

I brought Vayga in for a checkup 7/6/2016 as she had been coughing, the prescription she received made a difference by the second day of her taking it. Stopped the cough, and she seems perfectly fine. Thank You!!

on 7/12/2016 I was sent the below information--as we were at the Tulsa, OK. nosework trial in reference.

"I have been notified that there are at least 4 households whose dogs were at the Nosework Trial's last weekend that now have an Upper Respiratory Infection and they are coughing. I've been told that the incubation period is approximately 2 weeks so your dogs could potentially still get sick. "

Just wanted you to know about this infection going around.