Meet the Veterinarians of Britton Road Veterinary Clinic in Oklahoma City, OK! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!
Dr. Todd Mauldin grew up on a small farm in Noble Oklahoma, graduating from Noble High School in 1984. Dr. Mauldin then attended undergraduate at Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma City Community college until his acceptance into Veterinary School. In 1991.
Dr. Mauldin received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and joined the staff at Britton Road Veterinary Clinic May of 1991. Dr. Mauldin became a full partner at Britton Road Veterinary Clinic in 1996.
Dr. Mauldin has two teenage daughters, Mollyann and Isabella (Izzy). Our house is a zoo with 5 dogs, 3 cats and 3 birds and 1 pig, that all call the Mauldin household home.
Dr. Mauldin’s free time (what there is of it) is spent in the outdoors: fishing, hunting, training Labrador Retrievers and planting trees for wildlife.
Dr. Greg Riffell graduated from the Oklahoma State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Davis in 1992.
Following graduation in 1997, Dr. Riffell and his new wife and fellow classmate, Stacey, returned to Sacramento, California. Dr Riffell began working as a n associate in a small animal practice, and after just one year, became the managing veterinarian.
In 2002, Dr. Riffell moved his family back to Oklahoma, and has been practicing at the Britton Road Veterinary Clinic as an associate veterinarian to present date. Dr. Riffell is a member of the Oklahoma Veterinary medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Riffell and his wife Stacey have two sons, Ethan and Gavin. They also have two mixed breed dogs, Lu-Lu and Eddie and a new kitten, Tiger.
Kimberly Park was born & raised in Edmond, Oklahoma by her parents Jane and Craig Moody. She grew up riding horses and continues to love and ride horses.
Dr. Park went to Edmond Memorial High School and Oklahoma State University for her undergraduate degree. She recieved her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Oklahoma State Veterinary College in May 2011.
Dr. Park married Michael Park during Veterinary School and they live happily together in Guthrie with their 4-legged children: 4 dogs, 1 cat and 2 horses. Dr. Park has worked at the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care hospital. In Dr. Park’s free time she enjoys riding her horse and spending time with friends and family.