Pet Nursing Staff

Leighton Jacobs, RVT

Leighton is the most recent addition to our team of registered veterinary technicians.  She completed her veterinary technician training at Oklahoma State University in 2016. Leighton grew up in Crescent, and enjoys riding horses, fishing, and all types of outdoor activities.


Matt Jones, RVT

Matt joined the AMC staff March 2016. He completed his veterinary technician training at Heritage College, and soon after passed his national boards to become an RVT. An Edmond native, Matt graduated from Edmond North High School in 2010. Matt is pursuing an RVT specialty in animal behavior. Away from work, Matt enjoys tennis, music, all types of animals, and spending time outdoors.


Joy Williams, RVT

Joy joined our nursing staff May 2009. She completed her associates in Veterinary Technology from the Bel Rae Institute of Animal Technology in January 2007 and received her Registered Veterinary Technician certification in July 2007. She has over 20 years of technician experience having worked part time as a technician during most of her military career. She retired from the United States Air force in August 2005, with 23 1/2 years of service. Joy and her husband Don are founders of the local rescue Misfits, Mutts and Meows (est.2010).




Samantha is originally from Indiana, and has been with us since 2017. Sam loves her patients, and loves to take the time and go the extra mile to make your pets feel as comfortable and loved as possible. She played college volleyball, and enjoys all types of sports and outdoor activities.  




Caitlyn moved to Edmond from Noble, Oklahoma in the fall of 2011 to attend the University of Central Oklahoma. In the fall of 2015 she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Forensic Science with a minor in Chemistry. She is currently pursuing her Master degree in Forensic Science. Her thesis involves the study of marine vertebrate bones as they fossilize prematurely in the marine environment. Upon finishing graduate school, Caitlyn wishes to continue her education in veterinary medicine in hopes of becoming a veterinary pathologist for a wildlife forensics laboratory. In her spare time, she enjoys crossfit, powerlifting, horseback riding, reading science fiction, and watching Netflix.  



Natalee became part of our team in 2014. She recently got married to the love of her life and enjoys spending time with her two dogs, Bronx and Radar. 



Lauren joined our team during the summer of 2012. She moved to Edmond from Dallas, TX. Currently, Lauren is starting her Junior year at Oklahoma State University where she is majoring in Animal Science. She plans on applying to Veterinary School to pursue a career in Veterinary Medicine. 



Stephanie is a Senior at Oklahoma State University studying Pre-Veterinary Animal Science and General Business. She is applying to Veterinary School for Fall of 2017 admissions. Her devotion to provide care for animals is driven by the dogs she has rescued from shelters. The dogs she has rescued helped her define a goal of opening her own shelter and vet clinic so she can continue rescuing and caring for animals in need.  



Elisa joined us this past summer (2016). She grew up in Edmond and graduated High School from Edmond Memorial. Elisa is a first year vet student at Oklahoma State University. She will graduate with the class of 2020 and hopes to work in small animal emergency. 




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