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At Pampered Pets Veterinary Clinic and Spa our team members are Oklahoma pet lovers just like you! We designed all of our services to meet the needs of our lovable pets. Dr. J. Brian Ledger, our veterinarian and expert pet lover, received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University. He practiced small animal medicine in the metro area before opening Pampered Pets in 2004.
" Our mission is to provide quality and professional pet healthcare in a caring and compassionate environment. "
Our pet care professionals are well-trained to provide continuous interaction, supervision and pampering. Our team is even certified every 6 months in pet CPR. We are truly pet lovers at heart and have a variety of pets that come to our practice everyday to be with us. Our clinic and resort are their second homes.
Playtime in our private TLC room and large outdoor yards, special diets for sensitive stomachs, flat screen TVs with pet movies, soothing classical music to calm anxiety and stress, and lots of pampering!
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To schedule an appointment in our Veterinary Clinic or for a tour of our Resort & Spa, call us today at 340-8387.
Dr. Brian Ledger
Edmond Veterinarian | Pampered Pets Veterinary Clinic & Spa | 405-340-8387
805 W. Covell Rd Suite 700
Edmond, OK 73003
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Dr.Ledger and the staff are absolutely amazing!! Our dog Jeter loves going there no matter what the situation is! I never have to worry because I know he is in such great hands!
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