Mike Jones, DVM
Dr. Mike Jones has a beautiful wife, Katie, 2 wonderful sons and a gorgeous daughter. In addition, he has a wonderful step-daughter and two grandsons. He also has two canine kids Jack, a Golden Retriever and Sadie a Westie/Scottie cross.
He is a founding member of the National Veterinary Laser Society and Past President of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association for 2006. Dr Jones also helps and serves multiple rescue groups
His special Interests include: Cardiology, laser surgery, internal medicine and ultrasonagraphy.
David Haynes, DVM
Dr. Haynes began working for Woodland Animal Hospital and Dr. Clark in 1968 when he was still in high school. After getting his DVM degree at Oklahoma State in 1976, Dr. Haynes practiced in Indianapolis for two years before returning to Oklahoma to open River Oaks Animal Hospital in Jenks. River Oaks and Dr. Haynes rejoined the Woodland family in 1993 becoming the current Woodland West Animal Hospital . Over the years, Dr. Haynes has raised and shown Basset Hounds, English Cockers and Schipperkes. His parents used to raise Chihuahuas.
Dr. Haynes has been a rescuer of English Cocker Spaniels and is often a Judge for Tulsa Dog Shows.
Todd Yeagley, DVM
Dr. Yeagley, a 3rd generation native Tulsa, graduated from Oologah-Talala High School in 1994. He holds a degree in business management and economics from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas. While at Baker University, Dr. Yeagley studied abroad at Harlaxton University in England. Dr. Yeagley attended the University of Notre Dame Law School and practiced law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for several years. Dr. Yeagley returned to his native Oklahoma in 2003 and later earned a degree in veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University.
Upon graduation, Dr. Yeagley was selected for advanced studies in an Oklahoma State University’s Small Animal Medicine and Surgery internship.
As an intern, Dr. Yeagley published noted article in the journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and has lectured on the canine parasites classified under the Babesia genus.
Dr. Yeagley has also lectured on the changing landscape of the law and veterinary medicine. Dr. Yeagley joined Woodland West Animal Hospital in 2010.
Dr. Yeagley and his wife Nora have a daughter, Maeve and a son, Cormac. They also have one dog, Emma a chocolate Labrador Retriever. In his spare time, Dr. Yeagley enjoys spending time with his wife and children. Dr. Yeagley, an avid fly fisher, also enjoys canoeing and hiking.
Jana Bone, DVM
Dr. Bone is originally from Wichita, Kansas but often calls Stillwater, Oklahoma home. After spending a number of years there while in school she developed a great sense of community there. Dr. Bone is currently the third veterinarian in her family to graduate from Oklahoma State University. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Animal Science and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University. Upon graduation, Dr. Bone was selected for advanced studies in Small Medicine and Surgery at Mission MedVet in Mission, Kansas. During her studies she has developed a special interest in ophthalmology.
Dr. Bone has a 9 year old German Shorthaired Pointer, Grace, that she rescued. In her spare time she enjoys anything outdoors: camping, fishing, hiking and landscaping. She is a sports enthusiast and bleeds orange! She also enjoys live music, cook outs, wine tasting, and spending time with family and friends.
Nancy Henslee, MBA, DVM
Dr. Henslee is originally from Midwest City, Oklahoma, and currently lives in Stillwater. She has a business degree from Oklahoma State University and subsequently received a Master’s of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University in 2000 while living and working Dallas, Texas. After working in commercial finance and operations management for several years, she returned to Oklahoma in 2004 and worked in the natural gas industry until entering veterinary school. After receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Oklahoma State University, she was selected for advanced training in an internship program through VCA Hospitals in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Dr. Henslee has a 9 year old Australian Shepherd mix, Haley, who was adopted from the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter, and a three-legged 1 year old Siamese cat named Romeo, who was adopted from Stillwater Humane Society at the beginning of 2014. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, relaxing at the lake with her family, home improvement projects, and volunteering in animal outreach activities in her community.