Once upon a time, back in 1978, Mannford Animal clinic was founded. We quickly outgrew our original location and moved into our current building in the late 90’s. A couple generations of doctors and a few million dog treats later, we currently have 3 doctors and 6 supporting staff to keep the doctors sane! Our staff is made of Oklahoma locals that gives us a unique blend of country values and high quality medicine. We offer up-to-date surgical procedures, boarding, and veterinary care all wrapped up in a classic Oklahoma accent!
Meet Our Fantastic Team
Dr. Lasarsky graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1979. He practiced mixed animal medicine from 1979-1995, and currently practices small animal medicine exclusively. Dr. Lasarsky’s special interests include soft tissue surgery and orthopedics.
Outside practice, Dr. Lasarsky enjoys traveling, SCUBA diving, and Crossfit. Dr. Lasarsky and his wife have 4 children, 8 grandchildren, and 1 dog who keep them (and their swimming pool) very busy.
Dr. Burns graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1975. She enjoys practicing small animal medicine and has been with the Mannford Animal Clinic since 1984.
Dr. Burns currently works part-time, and spends the rest of her time with her husband, their 2 children, and 6 grandchildren. She loves to read and bake.
Dr. Carley graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She has been practicing veterinary medicine with her father, Dr. Lasarsky, since 2005. She enjoys practicing general medicine and wellness medicine.
Dr. Carley and her husband have 2 young children who keep them very busy. Their family enjoys physical activity, including running, “boot camp” workouts, and various outdoor activities. They also rarely miss an OSU football game! Dr. Carley has 5 rescued pets. Hawk and M.J. are her dogs, and they maintain backyard “squirrel patrol”. Her cats are Reggie and Nora and her rabbit is Luna.
Dr. Boomer is a 2018 graduate of the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She enjoys practicing small animal medicine exclusively and her professional interests include surgery, behavior studies, and disaster management. She is also Fear-Free certified (certification program for managing and reducing the stress in anxious pets)!
Outside the office, Dr. Boomer enjoys spending time with her husband (also a veterinarian) and her 2 sons going fishing and ganging up on her husband during family game nights. In her spare time, Dr. Boomer is quite the bookworm, paints (which usually ends up somewhere on her face), and practicing yoga. They have 7 pets! Their dogs are Shredder, Pepper, Kitana, and Maezi while their cats are Whitey, Blackie, and Ravyn.
Debbie has been with the Mannford Animal Clinic since 1979. She is our head receptionist and practice manager, making sure our practice runs smoothly!
Debbie and her husband have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and shopping! Debbie’s animal companions include Abby the Yorkie and Daisy the (tiny) Yorkie.
Esther has been with the Mannford Animal Clinic for 11 years! She is our head laboratory technician and inventory specialist.
Esther and her husband have 3 daughters who are very active in sports and other activities. Esther’s family likes to go camping and they enjoy the traveling that goes along with having a competitive gymnast in the family! Esther has a rescued pit bull, Shera (a.k.a. Nurse Shera), who is a frequent visitor at the clinic.
Robin has been working with her father-in-law, Dr. Lasarsky, since January 2009. She is one of our technicians as well as our weekend receptionist.
Robin and her husband have 2 children. They love family road trips, especially to national parks. Aside from hiking and exploring, they also enjoy sitting down together for family dinners. They have 2 cats, Ella and Vicious, and 2 dogs, Mr. Iba and Pistol Pete (can you tell they love the Pokes?).
Christian has been with the Mannford Animal Clinic since July 2014. Christian is a certified veterinary assistant, and maintains our surgical suite, as well as ensuring the comfort of our hospitalized patients.
Christian and her husband have 2 young sons. Their family enjoys outdoor activities and spending quality time together. Christian has 3 dogs, Mary Jane, Patches, and Vienna (a chi-weenie!), and one cat, Trini.
Sydney has been our kennel technician for 2 years going on 3! She is active in FFA and enjoys raising show pigs and working with cattle. She plans to attend veterinary school in the future!
She has 3 dogs, Buddy, Shadow, and Diesel, and 2 cats, Tigger and Bonnie. She also has chickens and a pig!
Shera is a 7-year-old Pittie that is one of our clinic pets! She is very sweet and loves to comfort dogs as they wake up from surgery. She also gives tons of kisses which she believes everyone needs every day.
Vienna aka Veeny is another Mannford fur baby. She is a Chiweenie and will be 4-years-old this May. Pictured here modeling this Spring’s latest fashion, she frequently struts her stuff and chases her favorite stuffed toys around the clinic!
Daisy & Abby
Daisy (left) is a 3-year-old Yorkie & Abby (right) is a 10-year-old Yorkie cross. Together they are affectionately known as the “town criers”. More effective than any doorbell, they keep us on guard for enemy intruders and alert the premises every time somebody enters. Don’t let their brave facades fool you though; their barks is much worse than their bite (they really don’t have a bite)!
Creede (to the right) is the coolest of our clinic pets. He is a Great Pyrenees – Labradoodle mix and is going through a bit of a rebellious phase right now but we are pretty sure he will grow out of it. It is almost time to celebrate his 1st birthday!
Kitana, or “Kit” for short, is the newest member of our clinic zoo. She is a mini Australian Shepherd. She is only 6 months old but she keeps up with the big dogs! She is very generous and is always willing to helps somebody finish their food (with or without permission). Creede and she are best friends and are usually causing a ruckus in the backyard.
Count is the only cat of our crew. He showed up one day at Dr. Boomer’s house and just became part of the clinic! Don’t let his cuteness fool you, he thinks he is a big dog. He enjoys chasing the clinic dogs around and generally wreaking havoc.