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  • Dr.
    Robert Bower

    Dr. Robert Bower received his BS from Oklahoma State in 1976, and then his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University in 1978. Dr. Bower is a past president of the Comanche County Veterinary Medical Association. His areas of special interest include: Ophthalmology (eyes), soft tissue surgeries, and pain management. Dr. Bower has also provided care for the Lawton Police Canines Unit for over 20 years.

  • Dr.
    Shana Freeman

    Dr. Shana Freeman (Copass) is originally from Walters, Oklahoma, where she grew up on a farm in a rural area. After graduating from Walters High School in 2007, she attended Cameron University where she graduated with a Bachler of Science in Animal Science and minor in Chemistry in 2011. Dr. Freeman continued her education and pursued her dream of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Oklahoma State University where she graduated in 2016. After graduation, Dr. Freeman married her husband Ryan Freeman and they currently made their home in Anadarko, Oklahoma. With their four fur babies which are dogs named Cinch, Jack, and Rusty which are Australian Shepherd and last but not least Rowdy a Jack Russell. Shortly after graduation and marriage Dr. Freeman joined Oakridge Animal Center in 2016. Dr. Freeman enjoys alteration surgeries such as Ovariohysterectomy (spays) and Orchiectomy (neuters), Feline Onychectomies (declaws), and she loves general community practice. She is compassionate about each and every animal she sees. On her time away from the clinic, Dr. Freeman enjoys spending time with her family and attending barrel competition, where she has competed all over the world. She also enjoys helping her husband and family around the farm with livestock.

  • Dr.
    Will Bernhardt

    Dr. Will Bernhardt is originally from Marlow, Oklahoma. His family has a cattle ranch on the south-east country side, were they run a ~600 head commercial Angus cow/calf operation. Therefore, Dr. Bernhardt grew up with all sorts of livestock and the responsibilities that ranching includes. Will graduated Magna Cum Laude from Oklahoma State University with a bachelor in Animal Science in 2011, and immediately went into the Veterinary medicine program. After graduating OSU Veterinary Medicine College in 2015, he moved back to Marlow and started working here at Oakridge. Will’s favorite areas in veterinary medicine are orthopedic surgeries such as fractured bones, Anesthesia/Analgesia management, and reading radiographs in their very busy practice. When not working at Oakridge, his favorite pass-times are duck hunting, reading books, and cheering on the Green Bay Packers!

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