Compassionate. Friendly.

Dr. Kevin Long has lived in Broken Arrow for over 25 years. After graduating from Union High School he attended Oklahoma State University and graduated from the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Upon graduating he completed an internship in surgery and internal medicine while working at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan, Canada. While working for the veterinary school at the University of Saskatchewan he was responsible for a busy small animal caseload and for the instruction of senior veterinary students.

He is married to his wife, Stacey, and has three sons Hudson, Nolan and Stephen.

Dr. Kevin Long

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Dr. Ashlea Wulf was born and raised in Oklahoma, growing up in beautiful Broken Arrow. She graduated from Broken Arrow High School and attended Oklahoma State University, where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Zoology. Dr. Wulf went on to achieve her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian, graduating with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. After graduation she was excited to return to her hometown and has practiced at Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital ever since. Her professional interests include surgery, dentistry, exotic animal medicine, and mentoring the next generation of leaders in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Wulf is happily married to her husband, Justin, and has two busy, young boys - Thomas and Oliver. In their free time the Wulfs enjoy Sunday mornings at Life.Church Broken Arrow, going on dates, and attending OSU athletic events.

Dr. Ashlea Wulf

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Dr. Don Schmidt was born and grew up in Kansas, receiving both his undergraduate and veterinary degrees from Kansas State University, but has practiced in the Tulsa area for over 25 years. He and his wife Susan, along with their two sons, Ryan and Zach, reside in Bixby. Dr. Schmidt’s veterinary interests include endocrinology and soft tissue surgery, and he greatly enjoys his work with the Broken Arrow Police Canine unit. Weekends typically find him enjoying youth soccer or in the duck blind.

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Dr. Christine Martin was born and raised in the Tulsa area, graduating from Union High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Oklahoma before moving to Stillwater to attend the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After completing her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, Dr. Martin began practicing in the Tulsa area, joining Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital in 2019. Her interests include soft tissue surgery, dentistry, internal medicine, and client education. She lives in Broken Arrow with her husband, Ross, and their three sons, Jackson, Nathan and Hudson. In her free time she enjoys watching her kids participate in their various sports and activities, volunteering at her church, and spending time at the lake with her family.

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Dr. Shane Murray was born and raised in Northern California. To pursue his education, Dr. Murray moved to Oklahoma to earn an undergraduate degree in Animal Science from Oklahoma State University. He went on to attend Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine to earn his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Through his practice of veterinary medicine, Dr. Murray enjoys facilitating an improved quality of life for pets and their owners. His professional interests include musculoskeletal disease and lameness, general medicine, ultrasonography, soft tissue surgery, acupuncture, and laser therapy.

In his spare time, Dr. Murray enjoys spending time with his wife, Julie, and their two young daughters.

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Dr. Kristyn Nix was raised in the Tulsa county area with the blessing of going to local private Catholic schools for her love of education and science. She achieved a Bachelors in Animal Science and Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine through Oklahoma State University. Dr. Nix’s veterinary interests are the very core and essential basics of small animal preventative and exotic medicine. She is happily married to her husband, Timothy, whom also shares a great passion for animals. On the weekends you can normally find them loving on their fur babies, taking nature walks, or going to a local boba tea shop for a sweet treat.

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Dr. Kristen Rivers graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in BioMedical Sciences and a minor in BioMedical Physics. Dr. Rivers received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. Dr. Rivers is a general practitioner who loves all aspects of veterinary medicine! Her interests include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, dentistry, and ultrasonography. She has a special interest in exotic and wildlife medicine. Dr. Rivers loves being outdoors and you can likely find her either working in her flower beds/garden or at the barn with her horses, donkeys, and dogs!

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Dr. Kelsey Webb was raised in the Tulsa area. After obtaining a degree in Wildlife Ecology from Oklahoma State in 2012, Dr. Webb traveled to the Pacific Northwest and graduated from Oregon State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. She then completed a rotating specialty and emergency internship outside of Washington D.C., gaining valuable experience and expertise in the field.

Dr. Webb currently lives with her husband and their two dogs. When she's not caring for her patients, she enjoys painting, planning trips to exciting places, and playing chess with her husband at their favorite coffee shop. Dr. Webb is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for her patients and is passionate about educating clients and mentoring others in the field of veterinary medicine.

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Dr. Smith was born and raised in southwest Oklahoma. She attended Oklahoma State University where she received her Bachelor's degree in Biology and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Dr. Smith practiced in Tulsa for several years before relocating to Texas. After several great years in Texas, she returned home to Broken Arrow to be closer to family. Dr. Smith loves all aspects of veterinary medicine, but has a passion for client education and wildlife care.

Dr. Michelle Smith

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