Lone Oak Animal Clinic is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Paducah, KY. The professional and courteous staff at Lone Oak Animal Clinic seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients.
We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Lone Oak Animal Clinic strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Paducah and surrounding areas.
Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how Lone Oak Animal Clinic can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.
Hello, I’m Dr. Mitzi Richardson. I was born in Paducah, and attended Jetton Jr High, PTHS, Murray State University, and OSU. I have been practicing veterinary medicine for (gasp) 40 years. I graduated from Ohio State University in 1978, with Dr. Jimmie Golden. He started Lone Oak Animal clinic that year. I joined him the beginning of 1980. I had been away from Paducah and my family for 5 years and I wanted to come home!! Dr. Golden and I were partners for 20 years before adding Dr. Jason Rodgers to our team in 2000. In the earlier days of practice, we saw large animals, small animals, and exotics. We have many funny stories about practice together. One night we went close to Smithland, Kentucky for a night time call about a “staggering” horse. When we arrived at the farm, we found an extremely intoxicated horseman with a perfectly normal horse. We patted the horse, gave the owner a large cup of coffee, and assured him that the “staggering” would cease in a couple of hours.
I am married to Eddy Richardson, a local man from Melber, Ky. He is my soul mate and the love of my life. We have four children Cory, Lacy (Boyd), Luke, and Casey (Weldon). We now have 9 grandchildren. All 4 families live within a 20 minute drive from our house. What a Blessed life I have lived. We attend Southwest Church of Christ and are very passionate about our love for God.
I have enjoyed practicing veterinary medicine tremendously over the years. Most people who love animals are really great people. Since my husband retired several years ago, I cut my working hours to spend time with him. I have no plans to retire at this time. Few people are able to call a great joy of their life their job.
Dr. Jason Rodgers was born and raised in Boaz KY. He is a 1990 graduate of Lone Oak High School. He obtained a BS in Agriculture from Murray State University. He graduated from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. Jason worked at Lone Oak Animal Clinic while he was in college. After graduation from Auburn he was ready to be back home. He started working at LOAC as a veterinarian in June of 2000. He is a member of the Jackson Purchase Veterinary Medical Association, Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Rodgers serves as the President of the JPVMA and is the JPVMA representative on the Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association Executive Board.
He enjoys spending time with his family when he isn’t at work. They live on a small farm across the road from where he grew up, where they raise Dorper and Dorper cross sheep. They have a Border Collie, Kam, and three cats at home. He is married to Tracey. They enjoy taking side by side rides around the farm and on long distance trips. He has two children Autumn and Caleb, and a step daughter, Daly.
Dr. Mark Brooking was raised in Kevil, Ky where his family raised beef cattle and a small crop of tobacco. He has known he wanted to be a veterinarian as long as he can remember. He is a 1989 graduate of Ballard Memorial High School. He earned an animal science degree in 1994 from Murray State University. He earned his veterinary degree from Auburn University in 1998. In his early
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Dr. Brett Stratmeyer grew up outside of Brookport, Illinois. She knew she wanted to be a veterinarian at an early age after seeing local veterinarian, Dr. Bambi Fox, save a horse from West Nile Virus. Dr. Stratmeyer graduated from Massac County High School in the class of 2009. She then attended Murray State University for her pre-veterinary studies and graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in the class of 2016.
Dr. Stratmeyer is married to her high school sweetheart, Dustin Stratmeyer. Dustin is a row-crop farmer, and they run a herd of crossbred beef cattle. They have one daughter named Emery, three dogs, three cats, and a horse. Dr. Stratmeyer enjoys riding horses, jogging with her dogs, and spending time with her family.
Dr. Wynn is a native of Paducah and graduated from Heath High School. Dr. Wynn attended Murray State University and then Auburn University where he obtained his doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. After graduating, Dr. Wynn practiced in Louisville and later in Murray. In 2012, he started the first emergency practice in this area. Dr. Wynn sold his practice in 2016 to go to work for the United States Department of Agriculture. Recently he decided to return to private practice to spend more time with his family.
Dr. Wynn is kept busy with his two children Teddy and Hallee who participate in various activities. Dr. Wynn enjoys training dogs, hiking, and any outdoor activity. Dr. Wynn’s family also includes 6 furry kids; four dogs and two cats. He has a special interest in preventative medicine and reproductive medicine. Dr. Wynn looks forward to helping you take the best care of your furry family in the future.