Family Pet Clinic

1115 Prairie Valley Rd.
Ardmore, OK 73401

(580)226-1818

www.familypetclinicardmore.com

Our Staff

 

Staci, Office Manager

Staci is happily married to her high-school sweetheart Scott, and together they have two children. She was born and raised and a graduate Ardmore High School, and studied at Murray State College. She has always worked in the veterinary field, and loves the tasks she does every day.  

Staci first began her journey working with animals back in 1998, when she began working for Dr. Dunn's father-in-law at Town & Country Animal Hospital at age 17.  She worked as a kennel technician for three years before moving to The Family Pet Clinic.  Staci is a Jack (or Jane rather) of all trades around FPC.  She has been working alongside Dr. Dunn for 20 years.

 

 

Elaina, RVT

Elaina is happily married to her husband Richard. She has 2 beautiful daughters who keep her on her toes, and a menagerie of animals. She is also known as a chihuahua whisperer of sorts. She is a graduate of Battiest high school, then went to college at Murray State College in the veterinary technology program. She graduated from the program in 2010 and received her Registered Veterinary technician license for Oklahoma. 

Elaina has always wanted to work in the veterinary field. She did a preceptorship at Highland Vet Clinic in Arapaho, OK and worked with both small and large animals. After graduation she worked at Ardmore Animal Hospital for 7 years. She has worked alongside Dr. Dunn for three years.

 

 

Tiffany, Reception

Tiffany was born and raised in the Ardmore area. She attended Dickson School where she graduated in the top 10 percent of her class. Tiffany is married to Steven and is a mother of two (which is her favorite job title).

She has four rambunctious dogs Cougar, Harley, Rainy and Heidi that are spoiled rotten. Tiffany is a member of Vanguard Church and loves to travel and be outdoors riding UTVs and fishing with family and friends.

Tiffany started at the Family Pet Clinic in 2017 and loves being able to work with animals and help improve their lives.