DR.KAYLA SHIPMAN, DVM
Dr Kayla Shipman graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. With more than 10 years of veterinary experience in the Tulsa area, Dr Shipman is dedicated to providing quality veterinary care to her hometown of Sand Springs and the surrounding communities. Dr. Shipman is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. She and her husband have 3 children: Conner, Caitlin and Brennan. Their family has several animals including 1 dog, Gnomeo; 4 cats, Mosi, Max, Lilo, Mabel, and 4 horses, Creek, Gretal, General and Storm. In her free time, Dr. Shipman enjoys horseback riding, reading and spending time with her family.
Dr. Kaci Metcalf graduated from the University of Kansas in 2007 and Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. She practiced in Boone, Iowa for 4 years following graduation and then recently moved back to the Tulsa area in 2016 when she joined the McKinney Animal Hospital team. Dr. Metcalf is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. She and her husband live in Glenpool and have 2 young boys. Their family also includes their two dogs and cat. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
HANS GANN, DVM
Satisfying a lifelong goal, Dr. Hans Gann graduated the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. He worked in the Tulsa area since graduation and joined the team at South County Animal Clinic in March of 2012. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Gann is originally from Barnsdall, Oklahoma, a small town in Osage county approximately 45 minutes NW of Tulsa. Dr. Gann currently lives in Tulsa with his three dogs he has had since vet school. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, weekends at the family cabin on Grand Lake, reading and working on his house.
MEET OUR CLINIC CATS
Sam came to us originally as an adoption cat in 2011. We fell in love with his personality and decided to keep him as a clinic ambassador. What Sam may lack in affection, he makes up for in attitude. When he’s not supervising the clinic, he can be found sleeping or looking for a dripping faucet to play with. Looks can be deceiving; although they could be twins, he and Sara are not related.
Marley was adopted from an animal shelter one day before she was scheduled to be euthanized. Marley’s passions are eating, sleeping, and playing with straws. Marley has slowly begun to replicate Sara’s famous hugs… lucky for us, she doesn’t drool while hugging. This is a new and infrequent behavior for Marley, you are lucky if she chooses you to practice on.
Sara was found during the summer of 2010 with her brother behind a fence at a neighbor’s house. The temperature that day was a scorching 104 degrees and their mother had not been seen all day. Dr. Shipman took the kittens in and bottle fed them until they were old enough to be weaned. Sara loves to give hugs and nuzzle your neck. Be forewarned, she may drool a little! Clients love taking selfies while Sara hugs them, we would love to see your Sara-selfie on our Facebook page.