Our Staff

All professionals at Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in the medical field. Read on to learn more about our staff's experience and training.


Gregory A. Prisinzano, DVM
Owner/Operator of Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital 

Dr. Gregory Prisinzano is unique in that he has been single-minded about being a veterinarian his entire life. This decision sprang from his innate love for animals. His official career began at the age of 16, working as a kennel assistant at Chimney Hills Veterinary Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He continued as a veterinary assistant while attending school. While studying at Oklahoma State University Dr. P. (as he is affectionately known by his clients) accepted a preceptorship at Marine Life in Louisiana where he worked with marine animals and aided in the rescue and care of a giant Loggerhead turtle. In 1991 he graduated from Oklahoma State University with his doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. After working briefly in North Carolina he was happy to return to his hometown of Tulsa and a job as a veterinarian back where he started at Chimney Hills. He continued perfecting his skills for the next 17 years. In 2012 Dr. P. realized his dream and broke ground on a hospital of his own. He personally designed the hospital with the idea that a more home-like environment would mean less stress on both the client and his furry patients. Dr. P. and his wife Laura, a retired school teacher, participated in every aspect of the design of the hospital as it was being built. Laura personally decorated the facility with comfy furniture and home interiors. Behind the scenes, Dr. P. ensured the installation of state of the art equipment in veterinary care. Our doors have been opened since January 28, 2013. Laura continues to be a part of the clinic organizing, planning, and implementing many of the promotional parties. Dr. P. and Laura have two children Mia and Gan, who both attend Jenks Public Schools, and five furry children, Sir Percival (tuxedo tomcat), Ashley (gray Ragdoll), George (ginger tabby), Stella (rescue mutt), and Theodore Alexander (red guinea-pig). Dr. P., his family, and his staff invite you and your family to join us for a revolutionary experience in veterinary medicine at Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital.


Laura Prisinzano
Co-Owner

Ms. Prisinzano was born in Ft. Worth Texas and raised throughout our nation as an "Air Force Brat". She moved to Oklahoma during high school and graduated from Broken Arrow Senior High. Graduating from St Gregory's College, she received an Associates Degree in Performing Arts. She went on to achieve a Bachelor's Degree in Arts and Sciences from OSU and returned the next year to complete her teaching certification. Ms. Prisinzano taught five years at Fannin Middle School in Amarillo, Texas before returning to the Tulsa area to be closer to the family. She then taught 18 years with the Jenks Public School district at JMS during which time she received her Master Degree in Philosophies of Education from OU. Ms. P. has directed close to 50 children's plays and musicals during her teaching career and enjoys all forms of the arts. Now retired from teaching, Ms. Prisinzano loves working with her husband. Dr. and Ms. P. have two children Mia and Gan. Ms. P. wrote and illustrated a book for her children about her journey to their adoption. In her spare time, Ms. P. loves to shop especially for shoes. She enjoys spending time with her enormous and very funny family. Her favorite at home kitty is George and her favorite clinic cat is Gloria (even though you are not supposed to have favorites). Ms. P. and the staff at Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital invite you to keep your kitties healthy with yearly exams in our cat only examination room and to keep a look out for our expansion which will feature cat-friendly boarding!


Patrick Verret
Practice Manager

Mr. Verret is a Tulsa Native. He is new to the field of veterinary medicine but has 17 years of experience working on the human side of the medical field. He has previously worked for St. Francis Hospital, Warren Clinic, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Mr. Verret perfected his management skills over the last 16 years in several of Tulsa’s restaurants. He earned his Bachelors of Science in Marketing at Northeastern State University in 1993. Mr. Verret has known Dr. P. since their High School days making for an easy working environment and continuing the family feeling throughout the business. He is married to Shelley, a Nurse Tech with St. Francis Hospital. They have three children Molly a married daughter, Joe a senior at Bishop Kelley, and Andrew a 6th grader at Tulsa Public. His fur family members are Cooper and Charlie (2 Dachshunds). Mr. Verret heads all of our marketing strategies as well as handling management of the practice and meeting with our veterinary drug, equipment, and care product reps. He created our monthly giveaway on Facebook as well as scheduling our many open houses and promotions. Tulsa General gifts services, products, and packages for you and your pets to enjoy. Mr. Verret and the staff of Tulsa General invite you to check us out on Facebook and “Like” us to be entered into a monthly drawing to win one of these gifts packages. Winners are posted each month on Facebook and in the clinic. Also, call or check this website for upcoming events.


Chris Wade
Patient Care Supervisor

Mr. Wade has been working in veterinary care since 1986. He is part of the dynamic duo that is Tulsa General’s lead team (Dr. P. and Chris). They have been working together since 1995. Mr. Wade is the pet whisperer here at Tulsa General. Trained in every aspect of the tech position, Mr. Wade can perform dental cleanings, administer medications and vaccines, assists in surgeries, exams, house calls, and emergencies. Mr. Wade has become so trusted by our clients that many utilize his services for home pet sitting. He has cared for the pets and houses of Tulsa’s elite. Call Tulsa General to contact Mr. Wade for your pet sitting needs. This service is separate from the Hospital but he can provide recommendations upon request. Mr. Wade can often be found around the hospital giving extra care and attention to our hospitalized patients as well as those who are boarding. Mr. Wade is also in charge of hiring, training and overseeing the work of our other techs here at Tulsa General. In addition to this work, Mr. Wade also takes great care in the upkeep of our grounds putting his landscape and lawn care skills to good work. He is married to Tonia, who works security at the Tulsa Fairgrounds, and has two daughters, Crystal and Heather and three grandchildren Tabitha, Harrison, and Hallee, who attend school in Wagner, Oklahoma. Mr. Wade’s furry children include Tiger #1 and #2 (Tabbies), Girl Kitty (Calico), Lily (white cat), Ricky Bobby (gray and white cat), and Cody (black Lab). Chris Wade Invites you to bring your furry children by for preventative check-ups and dentistry work. Mr. Wade and the staff of Tulsa General welcome you to call for preventative care appointments.


Cindy Domeier
Patient Care Specialist

Ms. Domeier is new to Veterinary care. She graduated from Broken Arrow High School in 1985 and studied Cosmetology. She practiced hairdressing for twenty-five years, owning and operating several different beauty shops in Tulsa and Broken Arrow. Retired from cosmetology, Ms. Domeier only sees her exclusive clients. A return to the workforce brought her to Tulsa General. She is interested in learning grooming (a new twist on her hairdressing abilities), as well as veterinary care duties. Ms. Domeier has always loved animals and takes extra care of the ones that have been abused or abandoned. She has a particularly soft heart for these precious babies. She is often found living on our borders and giving them extra attention while their families are away. Ms. Domeier has two sons Anthony West (a retired Army SGT. E5) studying motorcycle and watercraft technology at Tulsa Technology Center and Kristopher Domeier, a daughter Kaylee Domeier, and a grandson Caiden. Ms. Domeier and the staff of Tulsa General invite you to call and ask about our many boarding options.


Precious Jordan
Patient Care Specialist

Ms. Jordan was born in Tulsa and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She returned to Tulsa in time to graduate from Union High School where she was a sprinter on the track team. She is attending TCC to fulfill her basic requirements and will transfer to OSU. Ms. Jordan speaks fondly of animals and has a strong desire to learn how to best help them. She says she loves spending time with animals because they are not judgmental and offer unconditional love. She can often be found playing in the yard with our boarders tossing tennis balls. Ms. Jordan has a strong vocation to join the Air Force and is considering military life. She would like to become a veterinarian and treat dogs in the service. She also dreams of opening a hospital of her own in which she can foster homeless animals. In her spare time, Ms. Jordan enjoys playing video games and spending time with family and friends. She is a mom to three furry family members, Sweetie (Chihuahua), Marie (Pitbull mix), and Ace (gray tabby cat). Ms. Jordan enjoys running lab equipment and gets plenty of practice here at Tulsa General. We can take care of numerous lab tests while you wait. Ms. Jordan and the staff of Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital invite you to call for an appointment for any lab testing.


Danielle Galvan
Client Care Specialist

Ms. Galvan was born in Topeka, Kansas and moved Tulsa as a second grader. She graduated from Broken Arrow High School and earned a medical assistant certification from Tulsa Technology Center. Ms. Galvan has worked in customer service for two years. She states that her job is the perfect combination, unifying her love of animals with her love of people. Ms. Galvan is continuing her education working on her basics at Tulsa Community College. Her future plans are to become a registered nurse or a radiologist. She stays active and loves going to the gym, running, and hiking. Danielle loves spending time at home with her family or going to dinner and a movie with friends. Ms. Galvan has one furry family member, Copper (Rottweiler/hound dog mix), and two scaly family members, George (a male Bearded Dragon) and Stubble-butt (a female Bearded Dragon). She loves when the dogs come up front after baths or grooming. “No matter how much they might protest a bath, they all stand taller and prance more after a good bath and they smell great!” Ms. Galvan and the staff of Tulsa General invite you to call and inquire about our bathing and grooming options.


Willow Arnell
Client Care Specialist

Ms. Arnell was born and raised in Alaska. She is the middle child of a large family. She grew up fishing the waters of Alaska and working with mushing dogs. She has worked in veterinary medicine for about 3 years beginning at a day clinic and quickly moving to work at an emergency center. She stayed in emergency medicine until she relocated to Tulsa about a year ago. Ms. Arnell plans on attending OSU to study veterinary medicine and plans to practice here or return to Willow, Alaska to follow her dream to open a practice in her hometown. Ms. Arnell has organized and managed the Trapper Creek Music and Arts Festival for the last 11 years. With an artistic side to her personality, she can blow glass, crafts jewelry, and plays mandolin, guitar, as well as saxophone. She can also ride the unicycle, juggle and spins fire. Ms. Arnell has seven furry family members Keiko (Boston terrier/Boxer mix), Mahetta (Boston Terrier/Boxer/Chihuahua mix), Roadie (New Foundland/Karelian Bear dog), Sage (Bengal cat), 2% Jack (black American shorthair), and Spen (a rat). Ms. Arnell is an avid supporter of micro-chipping. Microchipping is a safe, inexpensive, non-invasive procedure that will ensure your lost pet will be reunited with your family. Willow Arnell and the staff of Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital invite you to call for an appointment to have your pet micro-chipped.


Bridgett Tenny
Professional Groomer

Ms. Tenny was born in Lancaster, California and moved to the Houston area of Texas at age three. She came to Oklahoma in 2006 and graduated from Broken Arrow High School in 2013. Ms. Tenny has a passion for singing and was a member of her school choir for six years.  Her other passion is cats and dogs. She expressed her amazement of the transformation that an animal can go through just by having a good bath and brush. The desire to help improve the lives of animals led her to grooming. After high school, she relocated to Odessa, Texas where she graduated from PetSmart Grooming Academy.  She perfected her grooming in Texas and is gifted in breed specified cuts. She returned to Oklahoma in 2014 and took some time off to have her beautiful baby girl, Melody Elaine. She returned to grooming but wanted to leave the corporate world and groom in a more relaxed atmosphere and so she joined the TGVH family. She will mentor and train other groomers here as she grows her business and will become manager of grooming as we expand. Ms. Tenny makes her home in Broken Arrow with her boyfriend Josh Mason (who works for Raising Cane), her daughter Melody and her fur babies Penelope (a gray and white tabby) and Amy and Ember (two Min-pins). In her spare time, she enjoys singing, reading, scrapbooking, shopping, outdoor activities and of course spending time with sweet Melody. Please feel free to come by Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 to meet our new groomer. Ms. Tenny and the staff of Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital invite you to call and make an appointment for your furry family members to have a spa day with us.