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Enid, OK Veterinarians

Enid, OK VeterinariansGerald F. Weinand, DVM

Dr. Gerald Weinand understands the important role pets play in the lives of the families who love them. That's why he's been helping families by caring for their pets since he joined Wheatland Animal Clinic in 1971. Dr. Weinand is a member of the American Veterinary Medicine Association and the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. His primary area of professional interest is general veterinary practice.

A Guthrie, OK native, Dr. Weinand graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Science. He went on to earn his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he was a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, Omega Tau Sigma, Phi Zeta and Phi Kappa Phi and a captain in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps.

Outside work, Dr. Weinand is an active member of St. Gregory's Catholic Church and the Boy Scouts of America. He also enjoys running, biking, skiing, mountain climbing and Boy Scouts of America activities. He and his wife Marsha have three children and six grandchildren.

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vets in enid, OKStephan A. Chambers, DVM

Growing up in Enid, Dr. Stephan Chambers' family always had pets, but it was a dog named George, the constant companion who followed him home from school and saw him through the trials and tribulations of his teenage years, that taught Dr. Chambers what a meaningful role pets can play in the lives of their owners.

Motivation by his fascination with veterinary medicine, Dr. Chambers earned his Bachelor's Degree in Pre-Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. A member of the Wheatland Animal Clinic team since 1974, his main professional interest is general practice. Dr. Chambers is a member of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Chambers has an unwavering focus on successful outcomes for all the patients he treats and places a strong emphasis on relationships with pet owners and their pets. He counts saving the life of a puppy with severe parvo virus that belonged to a special young boy with Down's Syndrome as one of the most memorable experiences in his career.

Outside his work at the clinic, Dr. Chambers is an active member of the Central Christian Church, where he sings in the choir and is an Elder. He and his wife Mary Suzan have two children and five grandchildren, as well as four rescued pets: two cats named Cagney and Lacy, a Lab mix named Cass and a German Shorthaired Pointer named Ginger. In his free time Dr. Chambers enjoys fishing, woodworking and gardening.

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Enid, OK veterinariansLeslie D. Dykstra, DVM

Dr. Leslie Dykstra's first experience successfully healing a beloved pet happened early in her childhood. "I had a mare that had a laceration on her leg when I was about 10 years old," she recalls. "I doctored [the wound] and it healed without a scar." Now as a veterinarian, she finds great reward in being able to be the voice of animals who can't speak and putting together the pieces of a symptomatic puzzle to make the right diagnosis, as well as the close doctor-pet owner-patient relationships that result from her work.

Dr. Dykstra, who joined the Wheatland Animal Clinic in August 2010, earned her Bachelor's Degree in Biology with a Chemistry minor from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. While there, she was a member of Beta Beta Beta, a biological honor society, and founded a pre-veterinary medicine club. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Dykstra is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association and her professional interests include general and internal medicine.

At home, Dr. Dykstra and her husband Jason have two children along with a variety of animals. She enjoys spending her free time with her family, riding horses, hiking and reading.

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enid vetsJessica Compart, DVM

For Dr. Jessica Compart, being a voice for all her patients and working to improve her patients' quality of life are what she finds most satisfying about being a veterinarian. Originally from Centerville, Ohio, Dr. Compart earned her Bachelor's Degree in Biology from The Ohio State University and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Before joining the Wheatland Animal Clinic in March 2013, Dr. Compart was a humane society volunteer and worked as a veterinary assistant at a small animal clinic. She is a member of the Veterinary Medical Association and her professional interests include soft tissue surgery, orthopedic surgery and dentistry.

Dr. Compart lives with her husband, Mike, and two sons. Her family also includes two dogs and a cockatiel. She enjoys spending her free time hiking, camping, gardening and baking.

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Kara Ennen, Associate Veterinarian

Associate Veterinarian Dr. Kara Ennen joined our team in June 2015 after graduating from Oklahoma State University's Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. She completed her undergraduate studies at Oklahoma State University, where she majored in Animal Science.

"I went into college knowing I wanted to work in healthcare," she says. "By the second semester, I just felt like animal healthcare was where I needed to be."

Growing up on a family farm in Greenfield, Dr. Ennen helped raise cattle from a young age. She also gained valuable experience by completing two internships at veterinary clinics.

"(The) most memorable patients are the ones that go from being so sick they barely move to coming back in bright and full of energy," she says.

With her veterinary interests focused on general practice, Dr. Ennen most enjoys putting clients' minds at ease through doing whatever she can to "make their pet feel better and act more like themselves again."

Dr. Ennen is a pet parent to two shelter-adopted dogs, Murphy and Sammy, and a cat named Bobby. She enjoys listening to music, collecting records, fishing, catching the occasional OSU football or basketball game, and spending time with her family.

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