After working in different practices in the Oklahoma City area for several years, Doctors Mark and Jennifer Bianchi opened this practice in the fall of 1997. We have been fortunate enough to grow over the years, not only growing enough to build a new modern building but to add two more veterinarians to better serve the patients in the areas of Edmond, Seward, Piedmont, Bethany, Meridian, Jones, and Choctaw, OK. With four different veterinarians, you are sure to find a personality that matches you and your pet, and your pet benefits from having input from many experienced doctors. Veterinarians are required to keep their skills up to date with 25 hours of continuing education yearly in Oklahoma. We encourage participation in national meetings for the best information possible. This ensures that your pet gets the most current medical advice available.
Dr. Jennifer Bianchi
Dr. Jennifer Bianchi graduated from the University of Missouri – College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. She practiced for several years in the Oklahoma City metro area before joining forces with her husband in 1997 to open White Oaks Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Jennifer Bianchi enjoys both medicine and surgery cases. She recently attended the North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando, Florida to learn about the latest in veterinary techniques in a national level conference. She has numerous horses, six corgis, a golden retriever, and three cats.
Any spare time she has is spent showing her horses in hunter-jumper horse shows and showing her corgis in obedience and rally classes. Dr. Bianchi is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, the US Equestrian Federation, the American Quarter Horse Association, and the Greater Oklahoma Hunter Jumper Association.
Dr. Mark Bianchi
Dr. Mark Bianchi graduated from the University of Missouri- College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. After working at Turf Paradise Race Track in Phoenix, Arizona, he came to Oklahoma to practice at Remington Park. These years gave him tremendous experience with sports medicine. He also continued to develop skills with considerable post doctorate classes in equine dentistry and acupuncture. In 2007 – 2008 he completed training with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS). In addition to the continuing education hours that are required for Oklahoma, he has to obtain additional time to maintain his acupuncture status.
In his spare time, Dr. Mark Bianchi plays and instructs racquetball, enjoys camping, showing his corgis, and hunting, fishing, riding his horses and mule, and scuba diving. Dr. Bianchi is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association, the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, the International Veterinary Acupunture Society, the American Association of Veterinary Acupuncture, the US Racquetball Association, Ducks Unlimited, and The National Rifle Association.
Dr. Sharla Bohi
Education – Graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
She then joined White Oaks Veterinary Clinic in June 2012. She enjoys spending her time away from the clinic with her husband, James, and their two dogs doing anything outdoors. She also enjoys reading and traveling. Dr. Bohi is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association.
Meghan McAnally, RVT
Meghan is a 2016 graduate of Oklahoma State University-OKC Veterinary Technology program. She has been with White Oaks since 2013 and is fully licensed through the state and national registry boards. Meghan enjoys educating pet parents about the current products and services we offer at White Oaks, and she has an interest in learning about different and unique animal behaviors. In her free time, Meghan enjoys reading, watching Disney Pixar movies, and binge watching Star Trek. She has four cats (Angel, Benjamin, Meeko, and Nacho) that
provide a lot of entertainment and regularly cause trouble. Meghan enjoys sarcastic humor and likes to joke around with her family and friends. She hopes your pets live long and prosper.
Naomi Felde, RVT
Naomi is a 2007 graduate of Oklahoma State University – OKC veterinary technology program and has passed both state and national registry boards. She has been with White Oaks since 2014. Her statement was that she is owned by a female orange cat named Tygger who is spoiled rotten.