Is your pet tired of quarantined selfies with you?

Chance was too, so she went to the professionals! Studio D Photography is offering professional pet photo sessions, hosted by the Tulsa County Bar Association’s Animal Law Committee, to benefit Lawyers Against Pawverty.  Proceeds go to Pause4PawsOK, a local nonprofit that provides short term emergency foster care for pets of individuals impacted by homelessness, mental […] read more >

Moving to a New Home With Pets?

Six Must-Dos by Nick Burton When relocating to a new home includes pets, your move may look a little different. No matter how easygoing your pets may seem, change can be difficult for our animal companions. And moving to a new home and adjusting to all of the new sights, sounds and experiences can take […] read more >

VACCINATIONS FOR YOUR DOG:

Dr. David Bailey of the Tulsa SPCA shares what you need to know By Kristi Eaton Just like with humans, man’s best friend needs the proper medications and vaccinations to stay healthy. Heartworms are a major consideration for your dog. Dr. David Bailey with the Tulsa Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) […] read more >

Training Tips With Mary Green

BY Mary Green CPDT-KA: Certified Professional Dog Trainer Knowledge Assessed; CDBC: Certified Dog Behavior Counselor; CNWI: Certified Nose Work Instructor; K9 Manners & More, Broken Arrow, Okla. TRAINING TIP:  Keep a leash on your door. When someone comes to the door, you can quickly leash your dog. It’s terrifying to think your pup could bolt out […] read more >

The Possum Is Awesome:

Man’s (Solitary) Other Best Friend Story and Photo by Kim Doner Over the years, I’ve lost count of how many people insist they want to turn wildlife into pets (or, worse, they bragged they had done so). The list has been endless: crows, raccoons, squirrels, owls and bunnies are the most common species desired. I […] read more >

Guinea Pig Basics for Owners

Do’s and Don’ts for a happy, healthy guinea pig By Lauren Cavagnolo Whether you bring them into your home or the classroom, guinea pigs—also known as cavies— can make great pets. But for first-time owners, there are some do’s and don’ts to be aware of before making a commitment. Guinea pigs were brought to Europe […] read more >

The Story of ‘Jughead’

Properly disposing of plastic containers can save pet lives                                                                                        By Sherri Goodall Photos Courtesy of Oklahoma Alliance for Animals Look at the picture on the left, then look at the picture on the right. Thankfully, the photo on the right is Jake (aka Jughead) today—a handsome fellow with a loving future and a new name. […] read more >

Edgewood Veterinary Hospital

One clinic, many decades of care By Bill Snyder Photos by Cindy Alvarez Just west of the 51st and Harvard intersection is one of Tulsa’s oldest continually operating veterinary clinics. Edgewood Veterinary Hospital caters to pets and their people by offering expert care in a comforting environment. Today, the clinic is owned by Dr. Hans […] read more >

WELCOME!

TulsaPets Magazine and its companion website TulsaPetsMagazine.com provide Tulsa pet owners with the perspectives of a bi-monthly magazine, the interactive, up-to-the-minute insights of a local news source, and the humane conscience and social media involvement of the Tulsa pet community. Only here will you find a one-step resource for local pet products, services and events as well as adoption and pet care information. All of it is sprinkled with lots of pictures of local pets!