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Our Mission at Meeker Animal Hospital  

To ALWAYS provide our patients and clients with the best in veterinary medical care, progressive and unique treatment options, personalized patient care, unsurpassed service, and honest, open communication.

We strive to promote the human-animal bond by improving and comfortably prolonging the lives of the pets we care for.

Our compassionate, competent, knowledgeable staff is dedicated to the belief that educating our clients builds trust and understanding, helping to make each visit enjoyable and beneficial to both you and your pets.

Our NEW Address: 343805 E HWY 62 Meeker,OK 74855

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Deseree Brown, DVM
    • She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
    • She is the mother of Daxter a fourth-grade student at Meeker Elementary School.
    • She is active on the Meeker Chamber of Commerce.
    • She enjoys working on all types of animals and educating owners on each disease process.
    • Dr. Brown has a miniature Australian Shepherd named Gus who can often be seen at the clinic. 
    • She also has several horses on her farm. In her free time, Dr. Brown enjoys riding her horses, spending time with her family on their farm, and photography.
  • Brandy Tabor, RVT
    • A graduate of OSU-OKC Veterinary Technician Program
    • Brandy received her Registered Veterinary Technician's license in March 2013
    • Brandy has several pets; Busa, a Lab mix; Juno, an American Pit Bull Terrier; Chassis, American/English 
    • Bulldog; 1 cat named Mustang; 4 lizards, and a betta fish named Sherman.
    • Brandy enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, Robert, and her daughter, Emma a second grader at 
    • Meeker Elementary School. Brandy also enjoys crocheting and has an at home small business, Heartland Knots.
  • Chelsey Rostykus, Third Year Veterinary Student
    • Studied Animal Science: Pre-Vet at Oklahoma State University.
    • Chelsey is currently a 3-year veterinary student at Oklahoma State University. 
    • Chelsey enjoys spending time with her husband Brett, and their two dogs Max and Marla
    • Chelsey enjoys trail riding her Quarter horse, Texas
  • Colton Jarvis, Veterinary Hospital Assistant
    • Graduated from Chandler High School in May 2015.
    • Colton will be attending Northern Oklahoma College in the Fall of 2015 on a full ride scholarship.
    • Colton plans to apply to vet school at OSU in Stillwater at a later time. 
    • Colton spends his free time training his Labrador retriever, Sadie, to duck hunt. He also enjoys woodturning and making custom wood pens and duck calls.
    • Colton joins our team during school breaks and during the summer. 

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