When you come home to find a mess on the floor, it is easy to assume that the dog vomited. Vomiting is very common in dogs, as they often eat weird things! There are actually many other causes of ...View Article
Memorial Road Pet Hospital is committed to your pet's health and well being . We strive to excel in pet care and the science of veterinary medicine. Our doctors and staff have provided compassionate veterinary care and pet services since 1992.
Dr. Larry Woods is originally from Wayne, OK. He graduated from Oklahoma State University with his doctor of veterinary medicine degree in 1977. He owned a mixed animal practice in Ardmore, OK before re-locating to Edmond and opening Memorial Road Pet Hospital. His primary interest is surgery. Dr. Woods is married to his lovely wife, Anne, and they have 3 children.
Dr. Rosemarie Strong was born and raised in Oklahoma City. Her family is originally from Colombia, South America. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with her doctor of veterinary medicine degree in 1989. She joined the hospital in 1994. Her primary interest is internal medicine. Dr. Strong is married to her husband, Eric, who is a civil engineer, and they have 2 children.
Dr. Steve Quillin is from South Haven, KS. He graduated from Kansas State University in 1974. He originally practiced at Bryant Veterinary Hospital in Edmond prior to early retirement to become a pastor at what is now Life Church. Dr. Quillin has been with Memorial Road Pet Hospital since 2003. His primary interests are dermatology and oncology. Dr. Quillin and his wonderful wife, Nancy, have 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
Dr. Beth Parsons' hometown is Yukon, OK. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with her doctor of veterinary medicine degree in 2004. Dr. Parsons joined the practice in 2010. Her primary interests are dermatology and internal medicine. Her family owns an antique store in Oklahoma City. She is married to her husband, Matt, who owns a construction business, and they have 1 child.
Heartworm is a long, string-like parasitic worm that has the scientific name Dirofilaria immitis. It earns its common name by living in the host’s heart, lungs, and blood vessels. Heartworm can ...View Article
When was the last time your pet visited the veterinarian? If you answered "not in a while," it is time to book your next appointment. Have you recently discovered a lump or bump on your pet? Don't ...View Article
Addison's disease is an endocrine disorder where the adrenal glands, near the kidneys, fail to produce enough hormones. This disease is relatively uncommon (approximately one case per 3000 dogs) ...View Article
Your pets provide companionship, unconditional love and plenty of smiles, but they also make you healthier just by living with you. By keeping your furry companion healthy and happy, you're actual ...View Article
Humans are not the only ones who can suffer from asthma. It is a condition that can also afflict cats. Feline asthma is similar to human asthma, in that it is a chronic inflammation of the airways ...View Article