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Welcome to Oakdale Animal Hospital, Serving Brandon, Flowood, and the Surrounding Areas

If you are looking for a full-service veterinary medical facility, look no further than Oakdale Animal Hospital. The professional and courteous staff at our animal hospital provides top-notch care that you would come to expect from those who are dedicated to caring for your pet. No matter what kind of veterinary care your pet needs, whether it's routine veterinary care, surgery, or any other type of treatment, our veterinarians can provide it.

Services Provided At Our Animal Hospital

As part of our goal to promote responsible pet ownership, the staff at our animal hospital strives to educate pet owners on the importance of preventative health care and wellness. This is because we understand the vital role preventative and wellness care plays in the health of your pet. It's of utmost importance to make sure your pet receives his or her vaccinations as scheduled, is tested for parasites, gets dental care, and has a physical examination on a biannual or annual basis. Doing these simple things can prevent your pet from getting sick or from getting a life-threatening disease.

Besides routine veterinary care, some other services we provide include:

    • Emergency care
    • Surgery (Soft tissue)
    • Pain management
    • Nutritional counseling
    • Parasite prevention
    • Microchipping
    • Laser therapy
    • Behavioral medicine
    • Spay and neuter
    • Orthopedic
    • Diagnostics (In-house lab, ultrasound, x-rays, and endoscopy)
    • Vaccinations
    • Dental Care
    • Boarding and VIP boarding
    • Doggie daycare
    • Pet pick up and drop off service

Our pharmacy services include filling prescriptions on-site and for added convenience, we have an online pharmacy. Along with cats and dogs, the veterinarians at Oakdale Animal Hospital also care for reptiles, such as turtles, snakes, and bearded dragons, and small mammals, including gerbils, guinea pigs, gerbils, sugar gliders, chinchillas, rabbits, and ferrets.


Our Clinic's Mission

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Meet Our Veterinary Staff

We have four experienced veterinarians on staff including Dr. William Sullivan, Dr. Jennifer Sullivan, Dr. Jason Gray, and Dr. Gina Blackwell. All of them are licensed veterinarians in the state of Mississippi and treat most types of pets. Our vets understand how important your pets are to you, which is why we take every possible measure to provide the care they deserve.

Working alongside our knowledgeable veterinarians is our highly trained staff, which consists of a number of certified veterinary technicians, kennel technicians, and receptionists. Part of our entire staff mission is to treat your pet as if it were our own, provide quality veterinary care at an affordable price, and to always exceed our client's expectations.

Contact Us Today

If you are looking for a trusted veterinarian in Brandon, Flowood, or the surrounding area, contact Oakdale Animal Hospital at (601) 829-9949. Whether you want to learn more information or schedule your pet for an appointment, don't hesitate to give us a call or request an appointment online. While you’re on our site, please take a look at the informational articles and subscribe to our newsletter.

For after hours emergencies, please call (601) 939-8999 for the Animal Emergency And Referral Center.

Meet Our Veterinarians

Learn Who We Are

  • Drs. Bill and Jennifer Sullivan

    Bill and Jennifer Sullivan both graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. They were classmates and were married in July following vet school graduation. They have 3 children: Bryan Joseph, Will, and Annie. Both Bill and Jennifer are actively involved with Pinelake Church, Hartfield Academy, and the Reservoir and Flowood communities. Dr. Bill's special interests are internal medicine, oncology, and dental disease. Dr. Jennifer's special interests are surgery and internal medicine. Their pet family includes 2 Chihuahuas named 'Charlie' and 'Lola'. They also have a Labrador Retriever named 'Marco' and a mixed breed hound named 'Steve'. 

  • Dr. Robert Jason Gray

    Dr. Robert Jason Gray, son of Bobby and Marena Gray, was born and raised in Polkville MS. The time he spent there on his family's small poultry and cattle farm sparked an early interest in animal husbandry and care. After graduating high school at East Rankin Academy, Dr. Gray received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Southern Mississippi prior to receiving his Doctorate from Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. Since graduating, Dr.Gray has worked at a small animal private practice in Jackson as well as the Animal Emergency and Referral Center in Flowood where he has focused on his primary interests of small animal internal medicine and critical care. Dr. Gray is honored to be an addition to the Oakdale Animal Hospital family and extremely eager to serve the families and care for the animals of the surrounding area. Dr. Gray currently lives in Brandon with his wife, Candace Coker Gray, sons Lowery and Davis, and his pets Millie the Pug, Matilda the Shar-pei, and Jack the cat. Outside of work, he enjoys fishing, working outdoors, and spending time with his family and friends.

  • Dr. Gina Blackwell

    Dr. Gina Blackwell is originally from Laurel, MS, but has lived in the surrounding area since 1980. She is pleased to join the Oakdale Animal Hospital team and is eager to meet and serve our family of pets and their owners. Her interests include internal medicine, preventive medicine, dermatology, and dental care. She also enjoys working with geriatric patients to help ensure that their quality of life is the best it can be. She graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Prior to vet school, she was a registered respiratory therapist. Dr. Blackwell’s hobbies include spending time outdoors working in her yard, reading, and spending time with family and friends. She resides in Florence, MS where she shares her small farm with four dogs, one cat, three horses, 13 chickens, and three guineas.

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

    Our family would not consider taking our pets anywhere else. The entire staff is is so kind and engaging. We know our pets are getting the very best of care every time we visit. Thank you for all you do!

    Debbie

    Dr. Gray is the best. Will arrange our appointments around his schedule. Staff is also awesome. Love the care my pets receive

    Benson

    Dr Sullivan and his staff are great. Because of the excellent care they have given Baron and now Toby, I will always drive from Madison to Oakdale in Brandon. They have always made my pets welfare and health number 1.

    Connie

    This was the most thorough puppy exam I’ve ever seen.

    Tammy

    The staff was knowledgeable and friendly. My pets were treated as though they were the favorites.

    Tonda

    The staff and the veterinarians at Oakdale are always friendly and considerate and treat me and my pet with courtesy and consideration. The facility is always spotless and I enjoy taking my pet there.

    David

    This is clearly the best Animal Hospital I have ever visited! Exceeded my expectations!

    Barry

    I’ve always had a very good experience every time I visit. That’s over 12 years of great service!!!

    Loretta

    We feel confident that our girls are well cared for when boarded. It is reassuring that the staff is kind and gentle with them.

    Robin

    I was so impressed with the caring staff and genuine concern for my furbaby. I was asked, more than once, if I understood what all was going to be done and encouraged to ask questions.

    Kim

    Best clinic and boarding I have ever experienced . The entire staff is personable and treat our pet like their own. We couldn't be more pleased!

    Gail C.

    Oakdale has great vets and staff that always keep me informed about my dog. I appreciate all the extra efforts they take to treat my fur baby like their own.

    Deborah L.

    Oakdale Animal Hospital is great! The staff is so friendly and they treat your pets like family.

    Fran G.

    Always accommodating and friendly staff. They take great care of my pups and know them by name.

    Allison P.

    Very happy with the awesome service my dog received at your clinic!

    LaVonda W.

    Staff was very friendly and interested in our new puppy. Doctor Gina was knowledgeable and very helpful in providing information about the health and growth of our puppy.

    Frank F.

    Extremely excited to have found you guys! I feel like every person there loves their job and our 4-legged babies!

    Donna S.

    Great team who sincerely cares about your pet...

    Brea C.

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Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

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Friday:

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Saturday:

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Sunday:

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(April 4th for Easter)


Please Note: Clinic hours may vary on holidays.