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2225 NW 12th Ave, Norman, OK 73072

Meet Our Veterinary Team

Meet the Southwest Veterinary Hospital veterinary team!

W. Aaron Cline, DVM, Owner and C.E.O.

Dr. Cline is a lifelong resident of Goldsby OK. He graduated from Norman High School in 1981. He attended Oklahoma University pursuing a Zoology degree when he was accepted into the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1985, where he graduated with Honors, including the Upjohn Award for Outstanding Clinical Proficiency, in the spring of 1989.

After working as an equine and mixed animal practitioner in other areas, Dr Cline returned home to Goldsby Oklahoma where he purchased what was once part of his families original homestead and built Southwest Veterinary Hospital, opening in the fall of 1993.

Dr Cline raised three children as a single parent, with a vast amount of help from his extended family. All are collage graduates, and he middle son recently joined the practice as of June 1, 2021, to make the 2nd "Dr. Cline"

Dr Cline married Kim (Lock) Cline in 2018, who has owned and operated Kendall’s Restaurant in Noble OK for 30 years.

Dr Cline is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting and fishing with his family and friends. He also enjoys cooking, and tailgating OSU home football games, as well as an occasional tailgate at the schools where his sons played college football.

Lacey Barrett, Veterinarian

Dr. Lacey Barrett grew up and graduated from Harrah. She attended undergrad at UCO. Upon completion of her B.S. in Biology she went to Oklahoma State University where she received her Doctorate of Veterinarian Medicine in 2015.

She has two fur kids that keep her on her toes, Trigger, a bloodhound, and Hope, a dachshund.

Lacey has many hobbies and activities that she enjoys in her off time. She loves to attend plays, operas, dance tours, ballets, and collecting art. She is part of A Mirage Dance Company troupe and enjoys aerial sports, camping, kayaking, whitewater rafting, photography, exploring abandoned buildings.

Caleb Cline, DVM

Dr. Caleb Cline was raised in Goldsby, Oklahoma and attended Norman North High School, graduating class of 2011, where he excelled in leadership organization and Athletics. A two sport athlete, Caleb was an undefeated heavy weight state champion wrestler his senior year; however, he accepted a full scholarship at Nicholls State University in Thiboaux, Louisiana to play football, a sport in which he was consensus all state as well. Caleb started 29 games at Nicholls State, all the while receiving a Bachelors of Science in Biology, with a focus on pre-veterinary medicine.

After graduating with honors from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2021, he returned home to practice with his father at Southwest Veterinary Hospital.

Caleb recently married his long time girlfriend of 11 years on July 07, 2021. They will reside here in Norman, Oklahoma. Caleb has returned to the staff at Southwest Veterinary Hospital as a associate doctor after working here for several years while growing up.

Caleb enjoys being outdoors and is very active in fishing, hunting and kayaking. He is also a promising amateur chef with cooking abilities far beyond his age.

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