Just like you, we want your pet to live the longest, healthiest life possible. Wellness examinations are the first line of defense to catch potential health issues early. Beyond this, the doctors at Trinity Veterinary Hospital will evaluate history, behavior, diet, and many other aspects of the overall well-being o your pet.
At Trinity Veterinary Hospital, we recognize advancements in the care for the surgical patient. No longer are surgeries considered "routine", but a complex balance of physiologic and psychological needs of the individual animal. All aspects of your pet's care are evaluated before each procedure: pain, anxiety, anesthesia, the surgery, recovery and post-op care at home.
Diagnostic testing lets us take a closer look at the internal workings of your pet and helps us find underlying conditions before they become a problem. Although physical exams can tell us a lot, there are some signs of disease that can only be detected with diagnostic testing. Whether your pet is sick or healthy, it is important to understand what's going on inside their bodies.
With our ability to take and process x-rays digitally, we can quickly diagnose and treat your pet. Images can also be transmitted to specialist for comprehensive diagnostics if the need arises.
Trinity Pet Resort is a luxury facility that caters to the health and well-being of our guests. The Resort is an extension of Trinity Veterinary Hospital and encompasses the same philosophy that pets are a vital part of the family with unique wants and needs. Our goal is to provide life enrichment and individualized attention to each guest.
TIMRC is an outpatient, referral only internal medicine specialty service that is separate from our general practice. Dr. Jill Brunker, ACVIM and her TIMRC team is here to support area veterinarians in complicated or uncommon patient conditions that would benefit from the expertise of an internal medicine specialist.
Vaccinations are vital to prevent contagious infections from causing significant disease. As pets age, their individual needs change and it is important to tailor a vaccination plan according to these needs. Our doctors follow official AAHA & AAFP guidelines and recommend a plan according to the needs of the individual pet.
Class IV laser or "cold laser" therapy is the use of an intense beam of light directed into tissue to reduce pain, reduce inflammation and accelerate healing. Laser lights are simply a uniform and orderly light with a single wavelength. When used in therapy, it causes a process called photobiostimulation.
Dental disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in dogs and cats and can cause serious health risks including heart, lung, kidney, and liver disease. By three years of age, most dogs and cats have clinically significant level of tartar or plaque. Annual dental cleanings are a must to keep you
pet healthy and pain free!
Dr. Carey Bonds
Dr. Carey Bonds grew up in Morrison, Oklahoma and attended Oklahoma State
University to earn her Bachelors of Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She established Trinity Veterinary Hospital in 2015 and has been working in the industry since 1996. She loves all aspects of caring for her patients but believes that preventing disease thru proper nutrition, exercise, and wellness care is best. Client care and education is a priority and key component of the trinity between the pet, vet, and owner. When not at work she is involved in church and caring for her husband (Steve), and 3 sons (Clayton, Brady and Grant). You may even meet Clayton and Brady as they work as Pet Pals loving on all the pets that stay in our Pet Resort!
Dr. Kent Williams
Dr. Williams grew up in Liberal, KS and attended Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine to receive his DVM degree. He and his family moved to the Stillwater area in 2017 and he has been employed at Trinity Veterinary Hospital ever since. Dr. Williams enjoys playing basketball and other various sports and activities in his free time. He and his wife, Megan, have a small farm with numerous different animals including sheep (lots of them), horses, llamas, chickens, and ducks. They also have their family pets, dogs Chuy and Phoebe and Lola the cat. They have three children, twins Harvey and Hailey and baby brother Mack.
Dr. Jill Brunker, ACVIM
Dr Jill Brunker grew up in Hobart, Oklahoma and attended Oklahoma State University to earn her Bachelors of Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After pursuing internship in the Dallas metroplex area, she returned to her alma mater for a 3-year residency to become Board Certified in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Small Animal) in 2004. She remained at OSU on faculty until 2013. While at OSU, her time was devoted to seeing referral patients while training veterinary students, interns, and residents. She loves the challenge of difficult cases and working alongside pet owners to make the best decisions for the health and happiness of their pets. When away from work, she is involved with church and enjoys biblical exegesis. She has a wonderful family with husband, Stuart, and two kids, Brayden and Jenna, both of which are attending OSU. The Brunker animal family consists of Jonah and Bentley (standard poodles), Shellden (red-footed tortoise), and numerous other animals (cats, horse, donkeys, goats, and sheep). She also enjoys CrossFit and has coached for many years.
EXCEPTIONAL CARE FOR THE HEALTH AND HAPPINESS OF YOUR PET!
Trinity Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort was founded on the principle that pets are an integral part of the family with specific wants and needs. Our philosophy is to provide superior medical care reinforced by focusing on the relationship pets have with their family and by developing an open relationship between the family and the veterinarian. By creating this trinity between the pet, family and veterinarian we will ensue health and happiness in all aspects of the pet's life.
To accomplish this, we strive for excellence in every service we provide, including wellness programs, diagnostics, treatment, customer service, daycare, luxury boarding, and much more! Communication and education are necessary for this success and is the reason why we offer tools such as our PetDesk phone app, personalized reminders, automated appointment confirmations, and education thru our veterinarian, staff, website, social media, and 3D educational tools.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
At Trinity Veterinary Hospital we acknowledge the strength of the human-animal bond and make it our mission to provide the highest standard of care for your pet's health and well-being. We strive for excellence through our commitment to education and by offering the latest that veterinary medicine has to offer.
We are dedicated to our team by providing a work environment where each person is valued and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth. Everyone at Trinity Veterinary Hospital is sensitive to the individual needs of the pet and their owner and through our integrity and high standards, we strive to develop long-term relationships based on an trinity between the pet, family, and veterinarian.
3100 N. Perkins Road
Stillwater, OK 74075
Trinity Veterinary Hospital
7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM