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Head Veterinary Technician & Hospital Manager
Skyler began working for Dr. Chris while attending classes to become a Registered Veterinary Technician at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City in May of 2011 and graduating in December of 2011 with an Associates in Applied Sciences. As a technician, she loves the challenges in medicine that are brought forward and the patients seen on a daily basis, however as the clinic grew, the leadership involved with a fully functioning clinic became a growing interest. With a growing interest in leadership and the ever-changing business aspects, she was promoted to the Hospital Manager in October of 2015.
Skyler met her husband, Kyle Caldwell, whom is also a Veterinary Assistant. Their two dogs, Zoe and Sasha, whom are Great Pyrenees, Australian Shepherd, and Golden Retriever Mixes are the love of their lives and fur kids. They are littermates and a complete handful! In addition to the dogs, they also have four cats, Biggie Shorty, Mr. Kittykins, Puma, and Thorin. When not at the clinic, Skyler enjoys spending time outdoors in her garden, sewing, and spending time with family.
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Kyle has been working with Dr. Chris at Gentle Care since June of 2008 starting as a Patient Care Coordinator and working his way up to a Veterinary Assistant. He loves the challenges he overcomes every day with patient care and his favorite part of the job is taking and looking at x-rays. Kyle is currently attending graduate school at Rose State College to become a Radiology Technician, working with Human patients. When not a full-time student or working with furry patients, Kyle enjoys spending time with his wife, Skyler, their two dogs named Zoe and Sasha, 4 cats named Mr. Kittykins, Puma, Thorin Oakenshield, and Biggie Shorty. His hobbies include watching superhero shows, playing video games, and spending time with family.
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Sarah joined the Gentle Care family in June of 2018 . Born in New York but raised in Oklahoma Sarah graduated from Yukon High School. Sarah has been fortunate enough to be able to dabble in all 3 careers she dreamed to be a part of including being a Police Officer, EMT, and a veterinary assistant. Getting to work around fur babies makes her heart happy and now to be able to help humans and animals. When not at the clinic Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter. She has a blue Great Dane named Kingston who is a gentle soul with a goofy personality. Sarah enjoys being able to care for animals every day, and that every day is a new adventure.
Sara has been a member of the Gentle Care family since January of 2017. Her enjoyment of work comes from interacting with the patients, knowing her work contributes to the growth, well-being, and relationships of our clients and patients. Sara calls Yukon, Oklahoma home as she graduated from Yukon High School in 2009 and has strong ties to the local 4-H in which she participated in its start-up and continued to raise and show pigs. Her passion for animals has always been strong, growing up she was surrounded by dogs ranging from Bulldogs to German Shepherds. Her passions outside of work consist of spending time with her fiancée and family which consists of, loving her two cats Lionel (as in Richie) a gray and white Domestic Shorthair and Lemmy (as in Kilmister) a white and brown Siamese mix, music and collecting vinyl records.
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Whitney was born and raised in Oklahoma and is an avid SOONERS fan. She has been a part of the Gentle Care family as the front desk manager since June of 2017. Whitney has been in the veterinary field for ten plus years with roots stemming from emergency medicine. Whitney loves that everyone she works with has a passion working with “fur babies” she also enjoys meeting new people every day and growing a great relationship with our clients. Whitney also known as “momma bear” has two 13 year old boys at home that keep her busy they all love the country outdoor life such as bonfires and four wheeling! She has a HUGE love for all fur babies and has three at home a five year old pit named Bristol, a five year old lab named Bruiser, and a twelve year old Jack Russell named Lucky Roo.
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Taylor joined the Gentle Care family in August of 2018. Taylor currently takes college courses full time and has ambitions to one day become a Veterinarian owning her own clinic with her identical sisters. Taylor loves being able to see all the different breeds of animals that come visit the clinic especially being able to love on them. Taylor has many fur babies of her own at home ranging from chihuahua, blood hound, and pit bull. When Taylor is not at work she spends time with her family and friends going on different adventures and can usually be found with some sort of fur baby around.
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Kennel Technician Manager/Inventory Manager
Aubrey joined the Gentle Care family in March of 2017 as a Kennel Technician, caring for our vacationing and in-house furry friends. She grew up in a small town in upstate New York, transferring to Oklahoma on a whim in 2007 where she met her husband. Aubrey has a son named Dre and two fur kiddos a Boston Terrier who comes to work with her every day named Ruca and Nanook, an Alaskan malamute. Aubrey enjoys being a member of the Gentle Care family and team for many reasons including interacting with the staff, learning new things, getting to know all the boarders, puppy kisses (she REALLY likes this), and getting to meet our incredible clients. When not taking care of patients she can be found spending time with her son Dre, attending concerts, and finding new Boston terrier items to collect.
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Sam joined the Gentle Care family in October of 2017. Sam enjoys getting to know all the fur kiddos while they are staying with us on vacation. Sam has a great way of making boarders feel like they are at home while they are here. Sam is currently in school learning automotive mechanics, and has ambitions to join the Marines. When Sam is not at the clinic he enjoys running, playing guitar, fishing, and hunting.
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Kaitlyn joined the Gentle Care family in May of 2018. Kaitlyn loves being able to work at a Vet hospital to be able to learn all the ends and outs of Veterinary medicine. Kaitlyn has a German Shepherd named Brodie and two cats Beckham & Dakota. Kaitlyn is currently a Senior at Edmond Sante Fe high school where she is the captain of the Drum Line. Kaitlyn grew up in Edmond, Ok she enjoys spending time at Lake Eufaula any chance she gets with her friends and family. Kaitlyn was just accepted into Oklahoma State University where she will be attending fall of 2019 majoring in Zoology-Pre-Vet in hopes to one day get accepted into Vet school.
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Luke joined the Gentle Care family in August of 2018. Luke loves being able to learn each boarders’ behaviors and personalities, and to be able to give them the best care while they are staying with us. Luke has 2 German Shepherds, a Pomeranian, and 4 cats at home. Luke currently attends Classen High School of advanced studies as a theatre major. In his spare time away from school and work Luke enjoys learning new forms of photography such as being able to capture weddings, concerts, abstract, and drag queens & kings. Luke enjoys reading books about culture and gender studies as well as painting. Luke has ambitions to one day become an editorial fashion photographer.
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Blade joined the Gentle Care animal hospital family in August of 2018. Blade enjoys working at Gentle Care and is always a smiling face you can find eager to meet your pet for their vacation with us. Blade is currently attending UCO for Broadcast Journalism. Blade aspires to be a news anchor/actor and in his spare time away from work and school finds acting jobs. Blade loves spending time with his friends & family, outdoor activities, swimming, and playing tennis.
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Monne joined the Gentle Care Family in August 12th 2012. Monne loves being able to come to work to be surrounded by her work family, and to be able to greet each fur baby as they come in to the clinic. Monne has a pug mix that she brings to work with her everyday named Angel who is always willing to greet clients with kisses on the counter. In her spare time away from the clinic she loves to go on long walks with Angel, keep her neighborhood safe and clean, gardening, and her favorite activity is cooking for her two sons who are her pride and joy, and she will say the two greatest things she ever did right in her life. Monne says she is blessed she gained beautiful daughters through her sons’ wife & girlfriend, and the girls she works with who have become a special part of her life and the girls up front often call her “mom” or “momma Monne” as she plays that role in their lives.