James Bradley

James is grateful to be a part of the amazing team here at the Animal Clinic of Wagoner. His experience is broadly encompassed in the arts and physical therapy and through those trials he has developed interpersonal skills that he uses to bring great care and comfort to those he interacts with.

Ladonna Nunn

Ladonna wears many hats at the animal clinic but you will usually find her smiling face behind the front desk. Being with the Animal Clinic of Wagoner since 2007, she continues to keep our facility running smoothly as Office Manager. Between scheduling, boarding, keeping inventory, and countless other responsibilities, LaDonna is the “lifeblood” of the operation. She and her husband Johnny have their own dogs and cats, plus take care of the strays where they live. In her spare time she enjoys going out and listening to live music, karaoke, cooking out and just relaxing at home. She has 3 beautiful children and 7 adoring grandchildren.

Dawn Kennedy

Dawn has been with the Animal Clinic Of Wagoner since March 2021. She is a graduate of Community Care College where she earned her degree as a veterinary technician. She and her husband Miles share 4 children, 5 beautiful grandbabies, and 5 furbabies. She enjoys working with an amazing group of people that share her love of animals. Dawn loves learning new things about veterinary medicine and is always striving to serve our patients and clients with outstanding care.

Shellby Levi

Shellby has been with the animal clinic since May 2020. She is a graduate from Community Care College as a veterinary technician. She has 1 son and 5 fur babies. Shellby enjoys hunting, fishing, watching OU football & softball but most of all spending time with her son. Shellby is continuing her education at Tulsa community college where she is now earning her degree in nursing.


Jaclyn Mendenhall

Jaclyn was born in California and moved to Alabama when she was 11 yrs old with her dad. She has been married to Daniel since 2005 and he spoils her rotten. Together they have several horses, several dogs and a kitty. She has been with the Animal Clinic since 2014.

Jazlyn Peckenpaugh

She likes Pie.

Whitney Bradley

Whitney is no stranger to animals with her father being a veterinarian. Growing up on an Ostrich farm and competing as a rodeo barrel racer in her teens, she developed a love for all animals at an early age. She holds a certification from the International Society of Canine Cosmetologist and Oklahoma City Dog Grooming Academy. Known amongst the denizens of Wagoner as “The Pooch Whisperer”, her reputation precedes her as our city’s finest.

Gracie Stites

Gracie has been working at the Animal Clinic of Wagoner since August 2020.She is one of our vet techs here.She enjoys taking her dog Dolly everywhere she goes. She spends most of her time outside of work hanging out with her boyfriend Preston.

Kendel Sweeden

Kendel has been with the Animal Clinic of Wagoner since 2009. She has a strong work ethic and if your pet is getting a dental, she’ll be part of the team to make sure they are pearly white! She enjoys camping, her pets, and her beautiful grandchild.

Andrea Thibeault

Andrea has enjoyed working at the Animal Clinic of Wagoner for 9 years. She moved from Florida in 2011 with her husband, John and now lives in Chouteau with their happy crew of dogs, cats and chickens. Originally from Chicago, Andi now enjoys the rural Oklahoma life of gardening, hiking and fishing close to home.

Megan Whisenant

Megan works the front desk at ACOW. She was born in Odessa, Texas. Megan enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her furbabies. She loves learning new things and working hard; SHE LIKES PIE!

Bonnie Baker

Bonnie is the head operator of the Wagoner Animal Guardian Society (WAGS) where she leads the charge for finding homes for our furry friends all over the county. As a lifelong resident of wagoner county, she holds an unrivaled passion for our city and all its inhabitants. In addition to her work as an animal rescuer, she does the incredibly gratifying work of grooming pets ranging from Toy Poodles to Great Danes and has been for over 30 years. Bonnie holds an Associates degree in business from Connors State College. She is happily married to her husband Jack, has 2 kids and 1 grandson. In her spare time she runs a booth at the Okay flea market where all proceeds go to help her animal rescue.

Sandra Fehnel

Sandra was born in El Salvador where her parents were missionaries. She has worked in many fields for Dr. Peters in the last 20 years. Hobbies are painting, hiking, and rescuing animals. Hulbert Riders graduate. Dreams of Florida and family. Donkeys and Cats. Running 5ks.