Putnam North Animal Hospital
Scott Mason, DVM, EMT-B
Dr. Scott Mason received his Doctorate in 1991 from Oklahoma State University. He joined the staff of PNAH in 1992 and has owned the practice since 1994. He has been named Oklahoma Young Veterinarian of the Year and received two Distinguished Service Awards from the OVMA. His special interests are in the management of arthritis and disaster medicine. He is involved in both State and national disaster organizations including Oklahoma Task Force - 1 Urban Search and Rescue.
Katie Kughn, DVM
Dr. Katie Kughn was born and raised in Oklahoma City. She had the dream to become a veterinarian from a very early age. Dr. Kughn attended Oklahoma State University where she obtained a Bachelors of Science in Animal Science in 2010, and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. After graduation, she began working as an Associate Veterinarian at the veterinary clinic that she worked for in high school and college. She is a member of the OVMA as well as the AVMA. In her free time, she likes to spend time with friends and family. She loves reading, crafting, kayaking and spending lazy days at home with her 3 dogs Maybe, Waylon, and Olive.
Established with its' current owner in 1992, Putnam North Animal Hospital was originally located at Hefner and Rockwell. In 2002, we joined with Walnut Village Pet Clinic and both practices were combined into our current location at North Rockwell and 122nd Street in the Walnut Village Shopping Center. Our staff has remained remarkably consistent over the years with several staffers still in place from our original opening!
We consider all our patients to be part of our extended family! We constantly strive to not only meet but exceed our clients expectations. We are strong advocates for preventative care and encourage potential clients to compare our services and pricing.
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Lisa Clark, Lead RVT
Lisa got her degree as an RVT from Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City in 2001. She started with PNAH back in 2004. Lisa is a proud Cowboys fan, Go Pokes!
Robyn Risinger, CSC
Robyn started with PNAH back in 2012. She was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She has two shih tsus named Hannah and Shag.
Jessica Denson, RVT
Jessica graduated from vet tech school in June of 2020 and recently passed the National Veterinary Technician Exam to become licensed. She enjoys baking, kayaking, hiking, and camping.
Tami Mason, CVPM
Tami has been with PNAH since its beginning back in 1994 as their practice manager. She is a proud Oklahoma State Cowboy (Go Pokes!) where she got her degree in Business Administration in 1984 and then achieved her CVPM designation in 2011. She currently has two cavilers named Bobby and Harry.
Mindy Hellewge, Groomer
Mindy has been the groomer at PNAH for the past 14 years. She has 20 years of grooming experience, starting in 1999 after graduating from a 400 hour grooming school.
Michelle graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Fine Arts. She has been with PNAH since 2003. Michelle is a proud Sooners fan and has a schnauzer named Peyton.
Joel Pando, RVT
Joel has been at PNAH since fall of 2017 and graduated from Oklahoma State University - OKC in May of 2019. When not at work, Joel spends his free time gardening, cooking and enjoying life on the farm.
Sierra Quick, RVT
Sierra graduated and passed her veterinary technician boards in 2015 and joined PNAH in January 2018. She has several animals of her own including Lucy, Ellie, Raja, Obi, and Angel.
Robin Wheeler, CSC
Robin started with PNAH back in 2019. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her family. She has one mixed chihuahua puppy named Lulu.
Sydney Mason, CSC
Sydney is currently a junior at Oklahoma State University majoring in Management Information Systems. She joined PNAH in September of 2000 and helps with the staff with technology issues. Sydney's goal is to go into the cybersecurity field.
Albert Tello, Kennel Manager/CSC
Albert joined PNAH March of 2017. He is currently a senior at University of Central Oklahoma majoring in Forensic Science and Sociology: Human Services. Albert's goal is to work with children who have been or are abuse victims.
Callie started with PNAH in October of 2020. She is currently attending Penn Foster to become a registered veterinary technician. She has two dogs, Rufus and Mosley, a cat named Junior, and a ferret named Albert.