Dr. Cade M. Wilson was born in Miami, Oklahoma and lived in Tuscaloosa, Alabama before moving to Ardmore with his family during his teenage years. He graduated from Ardmore High School and calls Ardmore "home". Dr. Wilson graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Animal Science in 2000 and a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2004. After graduating from OSU, Dr. Wilson practiced veterinary medicine in north Texas before moving back to Ardmore. After two years of practicing at a local veterinary clinic, he and his wife, Mary Kate, established Carter County Animal Hospital. Dr. Wilson and his wife have a young son and daughter. When not practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Wilson enjoys spending time with his family, watching sporting events and most activities that allow him to enjoy the great outdoors.
Jessica Womack, Office Manager, is the jack of all trades for our hospital. She has been with CCAH since the first day of operation. Jessica and her husband Randy spend a lot of their free time riding thier motorcycles and hanging out with their pets at home and loving on their young son.
Emily McCullough, veterinary assistant, has been working with Dr. Wilson since the summer of 2005. She is currently attending Oklahoma State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and will graduate with her Doctorate in 2016 Other than working with animals at CCAH and spending time with her pets at home, she enjoys attending church and spending time with her family, friends and boyfriend Cody.
Elizabeth Crabtree, veterinary assistant, has been with CCAH since the spring of 2009. She is currently attending Oklahoma State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and will graduate with her Doctorate in 2018. She enjoys hanging out with friends, spending time with her horse and many outdoor activities.