Heartland Animal Health Center

Heartland Animal Hospital strives to provide quality, compassionate care for every pet in our community and strengthen the human and animal bond by educating our clients and helping them provide the best possible care for their pets.

Heartland Animal Hospital opened in January of 1998 to serve families of western Oklahoma.  We are a small animal hospital, caring for dogs, cats and some small exotic pets.  The pet/human bond benefits both people and animals, and we strive to help you provide the best care for your pets long life.  This small animal hospital is a full service general practice.  Services provided include vaccinations, routine surgeries, basic dental care, diagnostic procedures, preventive medicine, boarding and pet supplies.  We believe the most important goal at our practice is keeping your pet healthy.  Please come by and visit us!  We would love a chance to care for your pet.

We do have an emergency number for evenings and weekends.  You can call 580-819-2702 and leave a message.  Dr. Wolgamott will return your call as soon as possible, but if you do not hear from her in a timely manner please find help for your pet at another clinic.  It is not possible for her to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  There is a 24 hour emergency clinic in OKC if you cannot find local help.

The sign outside our hospital in Weatherford, OK
  • Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 5:30pm
  • Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
  • Sun: 3:00pm-4:00pm Pick up
  • Marilyn Wolgamott

    Dr. Marilyn Wolgamott graduated from Oklahoma State University Veterinary College in May of 1994.  She and her husband, Thad, moved to Texarkana, TX for a few years before coming back to Oklahoma in 1997.  They opened the clinic in January of 1998.  Dr. Wolgamott has 3 children that keep her very busy, Kenny, Tyler and Tatum.  Besides veterinary medicine, Dr. Wolgamott enjoys racquetball, photography, scrapbooking, and teaching children's choir at First Baptist Church in Weatherford.
  • Brenda Ringler

    Brenda Ringler is our manager, and has done absolutely every job in the clinic, except veterinarian of course! Brenda is pictured with Dreamer and Bullet, two of her Brussels Griffons.
  • Jennifer Thrasher

    Jennifer Thrasher is the receptionist just waiting to take your phone call. Pictured with one of the many patients that have come through our doors. She has a long haired Dachshund, Blazer, with a mo-hawk. And Clyde, a Mini Australian Shepherd, that was born blind. He hangs out in the office nearly every day.
  • Tracie Harrelson

    Tracie Harrelson is one of our groomers. She received her training in OKC and is also an employee of the sheriff's department.
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    Judi Burton

    Judi Burton is our other groomer. Judi has been grooming for 8 years. Judi has a long haired Dachshund, Recon, an Australian Shepherd, Roz, and helps with fostering for Friends for Life. 
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    Kara Vincent

    Kara Vincent is the vet tech and is attending SWOSU. Kara has two cats and Romeo, a mixed breed, that she adopted from Friends for Life.               
  • Chandler Ake

    Chandler is the afternoon kennel tech. Chandler attends SWOSU. She has two beautiful Rottweilers, Axel and Chanel.
  • Missy Opitz

    Missy handles the accounts. She has three active children and a husband that she takes care of. She has a Chihuahua, Sophie, a Calico cat, Dreamer and a miniature Australian Shepherd, Flash.
  • Cade Knutson

    Cade is attending SWOSU and is a kennel tech. 
  • Blaine Slagell

    Blaine is one of our Kennel Techs.
    Years in Practice:
    Aug 22, 2017