Dr. Brian Pribil

DVM

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

Dr. Pribil grew up on a farm/ranch near Hennessey, Oklahoma. He attended Oklahoma State University for his undergraduate study then attended OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Pribil received his doctorate of veterinary medicine in 1984 and began practice as a veterinarian in the Dallas/Frisco area in Texas. He started in a group practice that did mainly equine and small animal medicine, surgery, and reproduction.

After five years, he and his wife had twin boys, Eric and Trenton. They arrived seven weeks early and were in the hospital for 43 long days before they got to come home. During the next few difficult months, Dr. Pribil and his wife realized that being close to friends and family would be very important to their young family, so they moved back to Oklahoma and have been in the Edmond area for the past 26 years.

Dr. Pribil joined Animal Medical Clinic in 1992 and became the sole owner of the practice in 2000. In 2010, he merged practices with Dr. Richard Hufnagel in a newly built hospital where their practice continues to grow. His time away from the office is spent with his family, Carey, Trent, and Eric. They enjoy many outdoor sports including hiking, camping, fishing, shooting sports, and skiing. Even though Eric and Trent are now grown and have jobs and lives of their own, they still enjoy getting together as a family often. The Pribils currently have four pets: a laid-back domestic shorthair cat named Lucy, a lab named Lux, a greyhound named Betty Boop, and a German shorthaired pointer named Addie.

COVID-19 Update

To all Pet Medical Center of Edmond Clients: We have started curbside appointments at this time. We are asking all clients upon arrival at the clinic to pull up to the front door and remain in their vehicle. One of our team members will come out and discuss further instructions. We are going to greatly limit the number of people entering our facility due to the COVID-19 concerns. We are still scheduling all regular appointments at this time and seeing emergencies. We politely ask any client with fever and/or respiratory symptoms to reschedule their appointment if it is a non-emergency situation. If your pet is experiencing an emergency situation and you are not feeling well, please notify our receptionist upon arrival so our staff can take further precautions. We are taking these steps out of an abundance of caution. Thank you for your understanding as we all find our way through this challenging time.