- Wellness Packages
- Bathing & Striping
- Dental Cleanings
- Animal Boarding
- Animal Daycare
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Docking
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary House Calls
- Veterinary Surgery
*We place great emphasis on prevention of disease. We have a great array of laboratory capabilities within the clinic, which allows us to quickly provide data related to pre-anesthetic screens, anemias, kidney/liver malfunction, pancreatitis, gastro-enteritis, dermatitis, otitis, thyroid imbalances, urinary tract disease, etc....
*We offer X-ray and Ultrasound services, which allow for on site evaluation of bone and soft tissue changes.
*We provide Radio-surgery, which provides the same benefits commonly attributed to laser surgery. Our surgery is performed using modern and safe anesthetic agents. Your pet's E.C.G., Pulse, Respiration, and Body Temperature are monitored constantly during the surgical process.
Richard Hufnagel, DVM
Dr. Hufnagel was born in Okarche, OK in 1965 and was raised on cattle ranches in North Dakota and Oklahoma. After graduating from high school, he relocated to Stillwater, OK where he attended Oklahoma State University receiving his BS degree in 1988 and graduating with his DVM in 1991.
From 1991 to 2001, Dr. Hufnagel worked in a mixed animal practice in Minot, ND. In 2001 he moved to San Antonio where he worked for 3 years in a Small Animal Practice, and with Pfizer Animal Health in their U.S. Drug Safety division. In 2004 he moved to Oklahoma City, where he provided veterinary relief services for 2 1/2 years. In January 2007 Dr. Hufnagel purchased Westbrook Animal Clinic.
Dr. Hufnagel has been married to his wife LeAnn for 4 years. They have two daughters, Mary Katherine and Elizabeth and a son, John. His interests include family, church and community, reading, history, hiking and biking. His family also includes Grace (3 year old Shephard Mix), Maggie (2yr old Spaniel Mix), Angus (6 year old black Domestic Shorthair cat) and Mongo (6 year old orange Domestic Medium Hair cat).
Beth Burney, Practice Manager
Beth has worked with Pet Medical Center of Edmond since May 2008. She graduated from Ardmore High School in 1998 and relocated to Edmond to attend the University of Central Oklahoma. She graduated with her BA in 2003.
Beth started her management career working as an office manager for a local allergist before changing over to veterinary medicine. She completed the AAHA Veterinary Management School in April 2011 and is studying to sit for the VHMA certification in June 2012. Beth is an Elite member of the Edmond Young Professionals (an iniative of the Chamber of Commerce) and participates in the community service committee.
She is also the President of Edmond's Best Referral Club.
Beth has lived in Edmond since 1998. She is married to her husband Brian and has 2 children, Bryce and Emma.
Jennifer Clay, Veterinary Assistant
Jennifer has been dedicated to extraordinary client service with Westbrook Animal Clinic since 2000. Jennifer worked under the supervision of previous owner Peter Hann, DVM from 2000-2006 and has been working under the supervision of Dr. Hufnagel since 2007. Throughout her 8 years of service she has continuously strived to provide excellent client service while demonstrating strong teamwork skills.
Jennifer is married to her husband Travis and has 4 children: Nikki, Ryan, Dylan, and Alex. Jennifer’s four-legged children include her two cats Rascal and Rev and 1 dog Halo..
Jennifer enjoys spending her free time reading, studying mythical/paranormal areas, and outdoor activities.
Joe Stratton, DVM
Dr. Joe Stratton has been part of the Westbrook team since June 25, 2007, and is usually in the office on Mondays. Born in Siloam springs, Arkansas, he graduated from OSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. Dr. Stratton comes from a family of veterinarians: father is a 1955 DVM graduate and is now retired as Director of the Veterinary Medicine in general practice in and around OKC since 1987, with the exception of the last 4 years, which were exclusively in emergency medicine. He has recently returned to general practice. He is currently taking care of 2 geriatric dogs, 3 overweight cats, 1 overweight, geriatric horse, 87 black-belly, Barbadose sheep, and numerous stray possums and raccoons, on his acreage north of Piedmont.
Andi Nellius, Client Care Specialist
Andi has been part of the Pet Medical Center team since June 2009. Andi has lived many places but has lived in Edmond since 1999. She is the mother of 3 very athletic children, Reise, Rylei, and Gia. Andi has one four-legged child as well, Sugar Bear, a miniature pincher.
Andi has been in the veterinary field for 2 1/2 years and really enjoys client service.
Andi’s hobbies include attending her children’s athletic events or watching sports on TV.
Brian Pribil, DVM
Dr Pribil grew up on a farm/ranch near Hennessey Ok. He attended Oklahoma State University for his undergraduate study then attended OSU college of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Pribil received his doctorate degree in 1984 and began practice in the Dallas/Frisco Texas area. He was in a group practice that did mainly equine and small animal medicine, surgery and reproduction.
After 5 years his wife and he had their first children, twin boys, Eric and Trenton. They arrived 7 weeks early and were in the hospital for 43 long days before they got to come home. During the next few difficult months they realized that being close to friends and family would be very important to their young family so they made a move back to Oklahoma and have been in the Edmond area for the past 19 years. Dr. Pribil joined Animal Medical Clinic in 1992 and became the sole owner of the practice in 2000.
His time away from the office is spent with his family Carey, Trent and Eric. They enjoy many outdoor sports including hiking, camping, fishing, shooting sports, and skiing. Even though Eric and Trent are now in college they still get together as often as possible.
He has 1 pet at the present. A laid-back domestic shorthair cat named Lucy.
Pattie Brown, Veterinary Assistant
Pattie has worked with Animal Medical Clinic since July 2008. She graduated from Cal State San Bernardino in 1978 with a BA in Finance.
Pattie has just recently moved from California to Edmond with her daughter Gina. She also has 2 grown children Zeb and Erin and 6 wonderful grandchildren. Other additions to Pattie’s family are her cat Halloween and her dog Grimm.
During Pattie’s free time, she enjoys watching movies, listening to music, reading, hiking and fishing.
Christa Haynes, Veterinary Assistant
Christa has been a member of the Westbrook team since November 2008. She was born and raised in the deep south (Mobile, Alabama) and moved to Edmond in 1990. Christa graduated from Santa Fe High School in 1996 and continued her education receiving a degree in Applied Science from OSU-OKC.
Before joining the Westbrook team, Christa practiced as an EMT at Integris Baptist Hospital.
Christa has one son, Gabriel and two four-legged children, Sophie and Oscar, both cats.
Christa enjoys spending her free time listening to music, horseback riding, and playing outdoors with Gabriel.
Rachael Scott, Kennel Assistant/CCS
Rachael joined the Pet Medical Center of Edmond team in October 2010. Rachael is currently a senior at Santa Fe High School. She is active in the Santa Fe orchestra, as well as National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society & Spanish Club. Rachael is the Founder & President of Teens Against Animal Cruelty Club as well. She stays busy volunteering her time with the Oklahoma Humane Society, Oklahoma Humane Society Teen Board, Fine Arts Institute of Edmond Teen Board and at the Kids Place.
Her hobbies include playing her cello, painting, running, participating in musical theater and working.