Guthrie Pet Hospital is the only exclusively small animal veterinary clinic serving the families of Guthrie, Edmond, Oklahoma City, and the surrounding areas. Similar to your own medical care, we understand you want only the best for your pet, and our commitment to excellence is confirmed by our AAHA accreditation and status as a certified Cat Friendly Practice.
Our staff will always treat your pet as one of our own, and we take the time to thoroughly answer your questions and educate owners about how to best support their pets. As a family-oriented practice, we’re proud to offer quality, affordable care that remains accessible to all. Today and every day, Guthrie Pet Hospital is dedicated to providing kind, smart, professional care that is unparalleled.
About Dr. Anna
Dr. Anna Coffin is the owner and veterinarian at Guthrie Pet Hospital. Born and raised on a farm just north of town, Dr. Anna’s love of animals was evident from an early age. After graduating from Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine, she moved to New Hampshire, where she lived with her husband for several years before returning in 1997 to purchase Guthrie Pet Hospital. Dr. Anna feels so fortunate to be able to practice veterinary medicine in her hometown. Over the years, she’s helped more than 1500 pets and their families, and looks forward to continue serving her community for many years to come.
Our goal at Guthrie Pet Hospital is to provide the highest-quality medical and surgical care in a family-oriented, compassionate environment. We use leading technology, the latest scientific knowledge, and years of professional experience to ensure owners leave our facility with accurate information to improve the lives of their pets. We strive to keep pets happy and satisfied by providing education about disease prevention, treatments, behavioral modification, training, and sound nutritional advice.
Fear Free Certified
Dr. Anna is Fear Free Certified.
Fear Free Certified staff at Guthrie Pet Hospital:
Developed by “America’s Veterinarian,” Dr. Marty Becker, the Fear Free initiative aims to “take the ‘pet’ out of ‘petrified’” and get pets back for veterinary visits by promoting considerate approach and gentle control techniques used in calming environments. Utilization of Fear Free methods and protocols leads to reduction or removal of anxiety triggers, which creates an experience that is rewarding and safer for all involved, including pets, their owners, and veterinary health care teams. The end result? Calmer, more accepting patients, more compliant clients, and better veterinary care.