A little about us
Oakwood Animal Hospital was founded in 1972 and holds the reputation
of having loyal relationships with clients founded on their knowledge,
compassion and service.
Our friendly, highly trained staff and doctors look forward to
nurturing the human-animal bond between you and your furry family
member. Our commitment to maintaining continued education and
up-to-date technology helps us to keep your pet healthier and initiate
more appropriate treatments should your pet be ill or injured.
We have built a team of professionals who continue to thrive in making
Oakwood Animal Hospital one of the best in Tallahassee and the surrounding
area. Whatever your needs may be, we offer a service that will exceed
your expectations. We look forward to being your ‘other family
Oakwood Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital. We offer many services that set us apart from other veternary clinics. These services include: internal medicine, surgery, oncology, boarding, laboratory services, after hours on call, on-site emergency service, pharmacy and microchipping. See our Services Page for more details.
Oakwood Animal Hospital has the latest in ultrasound technology which allows our trained veterinarians to peer inside your pet to determine events ranging from pregnancy to locating cysts inside your pet.
In clinic diagnostics allow the veterinarians at Oakwood Animal Hospital to get the results of your pet’s blood work in less than five minutes! The ability to obtain liver and kidney profiles, coupled with a complete blood count enables our doctors to determine if there may be an underlying problem with your pet that may not be seen by a physical and visual examination.
Digital radiography is a featured service offered by Oakwood Animal Hospital. Our veterinarians are happy to offer this latest veterinary innovation to their clients. The benefits to your pet include a short time on the x-ray table in order to take the image, a digital picture of the problem area in seconds, and the ability to email the image to a specialized radiologist if necessary.