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The Perkins Veterinary Clinic Family
I joined the practice in 1998 as a receptionist. My husband James, is the District manager for Dollar General in north central Oklahoma. We live in Perkins with our 4 children; Kiara, Zachary, Nikolas, and Alyssa. When I'm not chauffering the children to football, gymnastics, baseball, or school functions I enjoy reading, quilting, playing games and watching movies with my family. We share our home with 2 dogs and 4 cats, which were all acquired through local rescues or adoption agencies
Hi, my name’s Heather! I moved to the Stillwater area from Miami, OK, a little over a year ago. I absolutely love it here and am excited to call it home. I have one furbaby named Shadow. I’m thrilled to be part of the PVC family and look forward to meeting you.
Kaytlyn Secrest joined our PVC family March of 2015.
She is originally from Louisiana but moved here 9 years ago. She graduated from Stillwater High School with her now husband Lucas Secrest. . She wanted to be a vet tech because she loves animals. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her family and her four fur babies.
Sandy was born in Stillwater and raised in the Ripley area. She is very passionate about veterinary medicine and started working in 1980 as a veterinary technician. She later started working at Perkins Veterinary Clinic (PVC) in 1988 then transferred to Perkins Road Pet Clinic where she worked for 20 years. She has come back home to PVC. She married her high school sweetheart 39 years ago and has 2 children and 5 grandchildren. She has 4 dogs, 2 cats, 5 horses, 1 mini donkey, over 100 beef cattle & several registered Ayrshire show cattle. She loves spending time with her family and watching basketball.
Born in Tulsa, OK and raised in Garden City, KS, she worked at a mixed animal practice in Kansas before leaving to finish her college education. She moved to Stillwater where she attended OSU. She has two boys, 4 dogs, 1 cat, and a rabbit. She likes to travel, watch movies, ride horses, swimming, basketball, and spending time with her children.
I am from Bonifay, FL and grew up on my family’s farm where we raise beef cattle, peanuts, hay, and corn. At a young age I began competing in rodeo and still compete today. I moved to Oklahoma in 2014 to finish my degree in pre-veterinary medicine at OSU. While here, I’ve competed with the rodeo team in barrel racing, goat tying, and breakaway roping. I have two horses, one dog, and two cats. My hobbies include playing the guitar and piano, singing, playing almost any sport, and rodeo. I hope to start vet school Fall of 2017 and would like to specialize in equine sports medicine.
Marvin our new clinic cat.... He is pretty sure he runs things now.....