Dr. Susan TomlinsonDr. Tomlinson

Dr. Tomlinson has deep OSU roots having grown up in Stillwater, OK where both of her parents were faculty members. She received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Tomlinson also attended another OSU (Oregon State University) where she received her Masters of Science.  She and her husband, Tommy, have two sons, Marty and Bunee. She has been one of the owners of Animal Medical Center I-35 since October 2000. 

Dr. Krenek

Dr. Melanie Krenek

Dr. Krenek is a 1987 graduate of Texas A&M University. She has practiced in Enid, OK, Perth, Australia and San Antonio, Texas before moving to Edmond 20 years ago. She has been at Animal Medical Center since 2001. Dr. Krenek and her husband, Jim, have two children and a little dog named Turbo. She enjoys traveling and scuba diving with her family as well as volunteering at her church. 

Dr. Farr

Dr. Aaron Farr

Dr. Farr grew up in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.  He attended OSU for both undergraduate studies and veterinary school.  Dr. Farr has always loved helping animals of all kinds, and feels fortunate to work in such a great profession!  Away from the office, he enjoys spending time with family, including his wife Johanna, and 3 children. His pets include a Brussels Griffon named Britt, and a Morkie named Maggie.   


Dr. Auwarter - Diaz

Dr. Auwarter-Diaz grew up in Athens, GA, though she moved in OKC in 2012 and now considers it home! After receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The University of Georgia in 2004, she completed an internship and then spent the majority of her career
practicing emergency medicine at specialty/referral hospitals in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Oklahoma. She also achieved certification for veterinary acupuncture in 2010. In her free time, Dr. Auwarter-Diaz enjoys traveling, cooking, gardening, being outdoors and spending time
with her family. She and her husband, Andrew, have 3 children, Evelyn, Jacob and Nathan. They also have 2 dogs, Violet and Rosie, and a cat named Fiona.