Fort Sill Veterinary Treatment Facility (U.S. Army)

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Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Equine medicine, some exotic wildlife medicine
We run a small animal clinic on Monday-Friday. We perform general surgery on small animals Tuesday-Thursday of each week. We also run a stray facility where we perform routine vaccinations, microchipping, and spays or neuters if applicable prior to adopting the pets out. We provide 24 hour, 7 day a week care to 12 horses, 1 donkey, 1 goat, and 40 Military Working Dogs. We also provide care to 2 bobcats, 1 coyote, 4 deer, various avian species, 1 racoon, and 2 foxes that live at a zoo on Fort Sill.
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The participating students would be responsible for monitoring anesthesia, performing spay/neuters on the stray facility animals, helping the veterinarian provide care to the horses, military working dogs, donkey, goat, active duty owned pets, and assorted wildlife, aiding the veterinarian with general surgeries.
Supervision will be provided by any of the following personnel: CPT Erin Pittman, CPT Jarod Hanson, SGT Claire Sitzes, Dr. Elizabeth Baca, and/or Dr. Keith Parish.
Fort Sill Veterinary Treatment Facility
721 Macomb Road
Fort Sill, Oklahoma
erin [dot] c [dot] pittman [at] us [dot] army [dot] mil
CPT Erin C. Pittman
Updated: 02/22/12