Pet Owner Resources

We understand that your pet is an important part of your family and we want to help you locate resources that will keep them healthy, safe and happy. We’ve compiled the following list to help you provide the essentials for your pet.

Low Income Sterilization Program

Addressing the pet overpopulation situation by implementing spay/neuter programs for low income families along with an educational program about responsible pet ownership.

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Disaster Preparedness

Do not wait until it is too late! With a little advanced planning, you can save yourself and your pet in a disaster!

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Find a Veterinarian

A local database of Oklahoma State veterinarians.

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Pet Microchip Lookup

An internet-based application to assist in the identification of those registries on which a particular microchip is registered, or otherwise provide the chip’s manufacturer.

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Animal Friendly License Plate

The Animal Friendly License Plate was created when the Oklahoma legislature enacted the Pet Overpopulation Fund in 2004. Sale of Animal Friendly License plates is one method of accruing funds to combat Oklahoma’s Pet Overpopulation Crises.

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Senior Pet Healthcare 

It can become challenging to find the right balance in your senior pets life. It is important to make sure they are receiving adequate care. These tips on caring for a Senior Pet will ease your mind.

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Giving a Cat Medication

These helpful tips will let you successfully give your cat any type of medication.

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Potty & Crate Training Methods for Dogs/Puppies 

With positive reinforcement, you will learn all the important steps to potty and crate training your canine friend!

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Cat Training Tips

In the links below you will find helpful tips on successful cat training tricks and methods to get the most of your feline friend.

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Introducing a New Doggy Family Member 

It can become a tough and stressful job for all involved when introducing a new pet to the family. Follow these tips for a smooth transition.

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Clicker Training for Cats 

Clicker Training for cats will deepen your relationship and provide mental enrichment for your cat. Follow the link below to learn how.

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Still have questions?

Contact the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association office at (405) 478-1002 or email us at admin@okvma.org