Since 1979, the Marina Animal Clinic has been providing outstanding veterinary care to the great people of Northeastern Oklahoma and surrounding areas. Our hospital offers a wide range of services including: boarding, surgery, digital radiology, in house lab, laser therapy, EKG, dentistry, Ultrasound,and much more. Our staff of 9 doctors have many years of experience and are here 7 days a week to help with many of your pets needs!
The Marina Animal Clinic was founded by Dr. Jimmie Baldwin and Dr. George Haggerty in 1979. They had the vision of bringing the personalized care of a small town clinic to the big city, by providing the convenience of extended hours, modern diagnostics and in house care. Over the years we have built up to a 10 doctor practice. Dr. Baldwin retired in 1997 to pursue his endurance horse riding & equine practice.
We have 2 separate cat rooms, a separate isolation room for animals with contagious diseases, and a conference room for in house staff seminars and monthly Doctors meetings.
Canine and Feline Practice
Food Animal Practice
Most insurance accepted
95.8%would refer friends and family to us
I have used Marina Animal Clinic for years...for all my pets! I love the extra time
and care that they always take for you and your furry family!
My only complaint was when I checked in I was asked how old he was and if he was neutered. He is around 2 years old and is not neutered. When I got his rabies paperwork back it said he was 5 years old and was neutered
Staff is always very kind and loving to my dog. They were quick to get her back and taken care of and their prices were better than many other clinics I've been to. I only wish it took less time to hear back from the vet and get checked out to leave because I was there for 2 and a half hours and there were only 5 other patients in the waiting room with me. But overall happy with my experiences there.
Everyone has been wonderful with all of my pets. My largest dog is a big baby and he required an all day stay for testing and treatment. At one point the vet tech got inside the crate with him. I think it comforted both of them!