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CLINIC CLOSING

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NEW BEGINNINGS

 

Dr. Strickland has decided to close the Oak Park Veterinary Clinic doors. It's not an official goodbye, but yet, a new beginning. Dr. Strickland's new position, as the primary veterinarian, at Two Dogs and a Cat, has given her the ability to work with new hands-on equipment and more viable technology that will only further her ability to provide the best care for her current clients and new. Oak Park Veterinary Clinic welcomes you to this new and exciting experience! Dr. Strickland will always remember the amazing past 15 years of memories and fabulous clients at her past practice of Oak Park. She wishes everyone the best and hopes that all of her animals continue on receiving the same great care at Two Dogs and a Cat!

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Dr. Jennifer Strickland

Dr. Jennifer Strickland owns and operates Oak Park Veterinary Clinic. She was born in Ohio and moved to Kansas during her high school years. She graduated from Blue Valley High School, earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from Avila College. After working in the nursing field for several years she decided to combine her love of animals, people, and medicine by pursuing a degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia in 1995- "Go Dawgs!".

 

Dr. Strickland has been in private practice since 1995 working in both a mixed equine/ small animal practice as well as exclusive small animal practices around the country. She began practicing at Oak Park Veterinary Clinic in 2003 and purchased it in 2008.

 

She is one of a handful of veterinary practitioners who can combine their experience in human medicine with that of veterinary medicine. This gives her a unique perspective on the approach, method, and implementation of wellness care for each pet. Her commitment to preventative care via the clinic Annual Wellness Cycle® program and by diagnosing and treating potential health concerns early in order to give each pet the very best overall quality of life is the cornerstone of her practice.