Welcome to Gypsy Veterinary Services
Your Veterinarian in Woodward,OK
Call us at (580) 254-1996

Mobile Services

As a "mobile vet", we love getting out to visit our clients and their animals in the convenience of their own place. It's what we do! We want to be available to you when you need us.

Our mobile services are available for all species:

  • Dogs and cats
  • Cattle, horses, sheep/goats, swine
  • Show/FFA/4-H animals

Dr. Yauk is versed in herd health, breeding management, obstetrics and has many valuable resources available if needed when the answer is not clear. We want to help you succeed at your animal/livestock endeavors.

ER SERVICES AVAILABLE AS WELL. CALL (580) 254-1996 FOR ANY ER SITUATIONS.

Full Service Clinic on WHEELS!

Coming out Febuary of 2018! (it's here!)

Something we're super excited about is our Traveling Vet Clinic (lovingly refer to as the gypsy wagon!)

We've remodeled a 28' travel trailer to a full service veterinary clinic ON WHEELS! It has the same amenities and equipment you would find at any hometown veterinary clinic...down to the curtains, coffee maker and fully equipped surgical suite. It's a labor of love and meant to provide needed veterinary services to those rural areas without.

We hope our patients and clients will enjoy it and the value it brings to the communities it serves.

Dr. Tyla Yauk-Cunningham
Woodward Veterinarian | Gypsy Veterinary Services | (580) 254-1996
 

Meet the Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Tyla Yauk-Cunningham
    (aka the Gypsy Vet)

    Class of 2012 Oklahoma State CVHS graduate.

    A well-rounded veterinarian, Dr. Yauk earned the title 'The Gypsy Vet' by providing veterinarian relief services around the nation the past 2 years. 

    Traveling the road solo and with her husband Bryan, she covered clinics in 5 states: OK, TX, AR, NV and AZ. From busy ER clinics in Las Vegas and Dallas, to desert clinics in Arizona, and beach side clinics in South Padre...lots of experience to bring to Northwest Oklahoma; the place she grew up in and loves. 

    Continuing the gypsy theme with a mobile/traveling veterinarian service. 

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

    "

    Tyla and Bryan are so amazing. Their genuine love and affection for animals great and small are so evident in everything they do. I’m blessed to have them taking care of our fur babies, but I’m even more blessed to call them our friends.

    "
    Mikeena Cook Thompson
    "

    Wow! The care that you and your pets receive is amazing. Tyla really cares for your babies; dogs, cats, or cows. Give her a try, you won’t regret it. ❤️🐖🐓🐐🐑🐂❤️ she’s the best!

    "
    Lynette Terbush
    "

    Took my kids puppy to the gypyvet clinic. Super loving, friendly, down to earth, God loving people. Our fur baby has parvo and they were very caring and reasonable on their prices! I Highly recommend them for all your fur baby’s medical needs they are so sweet!

    "
    Kylie Ann Gonser

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Serving Rural Northwest Oklahoma

Hours

Hours of Operation

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed