Dr. Jared Nenninger graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2020. Upon graduating Dr. Nenninger completed a yearlong rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Blue Pearl in Cary, NC. Dr. Nenninger has professional interests in small animal soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, as well as canine reproduction.
Dr. Nenninger was born in Missouri and raised in Texas but did extensive after high school while serving in the army, including a tour to Iraq. Dr. Nenninger moved to Oklahoma in 2011 with his wife Caroline. Together they have a son named Hoy. Dr. Nenninger and his family have 3 dogs at home: Layla, a pit mix; Lexi, a chiweenie; and the newest edition Chili, a French bulldog. In addition to dogs, Dr. Nenninger has a small heard of goats, a few head of cattle and laying hens. Dr. Nenninger enjoys spending free time with family and working on his homestead.
Dr. Alex Simpson graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2016. Dr. Simpson grew up in Prague and after pursuing his dream of becoming a veterinarian he returned to the local area to serve the animals with expert, loving care. He has been a valued employee of Shawnee Animal Hospital since his early teen years and is excited to open a new chapter working as an Associate DVM at Wewoka Animal Hospital as well. Dr. Simpson enjoys all aspects of working at a mixed animal practice, but he especially loves working with large animals.
In his free time, Dr. Simpson enjoys spending time with his wife Taylor and all of their furry kids and taking care of their farm.
Dr. Jim Coffey graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2016 and joined the clinical team at Shawnee Animal Hospital in January 2019 as an Associate Veterinarian. He is looking forward to getting to know and caring for Wewoka Animal Hospital’s diverse furry friends as well. Dr. Coffey has professional interests in surgical care and large animal services, specifically those working with bovine and equine.
Originally from Kansas, Dr. Coffey spent time in Arkansas and Texas before making Oklahoma his home. He has a menagerie of pets including, six dogs, three cats, five horses, and two sheep. In addition to caring, Dr. Coffey enjoys eating and spending free time with his friends and family.