Meet Dr. Jana Bone, DVM

Dr. Bone has had the aspiration of becoming a veterinarian since the young age of 9 years and never deterred. By the age of 16, she was writing a business plan in her entrepreneurial class in high school for a small animal hospital. She attended Oklahoma State University for her bachelor’s in Animal Science along with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Bone is a Kansas transplant after veterinary school and a year spent in the Kansas City area completing a year of advanced studies.

She has been in the Tulsa area since 2011, and is grounded in the roots she has set. Dr. Bone has the passion to keep your family’s fur kids healthy so the bond can be maintained as long as possible. She has a particular interest in preventative care, dentistry, and ophthalmology. She is looking forward to meeting all of your pets.

Meet Taylor, Registered Veterinary Technician

Taylor is the primary Technician for Dr. Bone. She is a local to Tulsa County and grew up just west of town in Sand Springs where she graduated from Charles Page High School. Her love for veterinary medicine began after working as a kennel technician and later being promoted to a veterinary assistant at a large well-established animal hospital. In the summer of 2012, she traveled to New Zealand and Australia to study wildlife, biological systems, culture, and agricultural production. Taylor completed her education at Oklahoma State University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science Biotechnology in 2013. She is also a graduate of TCC’s Veterinary Technology Program and completed her preceptorship at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater in the summer of 2016.

Taylor has a Papillon named Pippi and a French bulldog named Jagger that she loves to take kayaking. She also enjoys the great outdoors and spending time with family.

Meet Crystal, Veterinary Assistant

A Webster High alumna, Crystal was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is studying to become a veterinary technician at Tulsa Community College and has eight years of experience managing a local daycare and boarding facility. Her dream has always been to work at a veterinary office, and she is eager to learn as much as possible and help care for Tulsa’s pets.

Crystal loves all animals of every shape, size, color, and breed! She has five fur babies and a husband at home and likes to spend free time caring for her houseplants, roller skating, and binging Netflix.

Meet Chandra, Customer Service Representative

Chandra came to us from the small town of Ada, Oklahoma. She lived in Ada most of her life and graduated from Byng High School. She has worked in the veterinary medical field for a number of years. Prior to moving from Ada, she held the position of Client Care Manager in a well-established small animal hospital and loved being able to make a difference in both her client’s and patients’ lives.

Chandra moved to Tulsa in Sept of 2020 and has fallen in love with the city. So in January of 2021 she and her boyfriend purchased a home in Owasso deciding to make this their “new” permanent home. She loves helping others and is always excited to be in the clinic to help make and keep your fur babies healthy. She has one fur baby of her own, his name is Canis and he is a 10-year-old terrier mix who she rescued when he was approximately 6 weeks of age. Chandra enjoys home decorating, cooking, and spending all of her free time with her boyfriend, Guy.

Saige Smith

Hi! My name is Saige Smith. I have worked in veterinary medicine since 2016. My wife, Summer, and I live in Tulsa and have FIVE fur babies. Their names are Brady, Benji, Bonnie, Oliver, and Felix. In my free me, I like to go to the lake or the river, go hiking with my dogs, and play board or card games with my friends! Summer and I have been married for two years this October. We are also happy to announce that we are expecting twins this May! I am so excited to be working at Skyline Animal Hospital and especially excited to meet all of your fur babies!

Ruby Tuesday

Ruby Tuesday is the official door greeter and butt sniffer here at the Skyline Animal Hospital. She takes her job description seriously and is very persistent! Ruby is Dr. Bone’s furkid and can be found most days begging for a treat or sleeping somewhere in the hospital. Her start to life was very traumatic but she has adjusted well. Ruby was brought to the hospital in January 2017 after having been thrown from a truck into a culvert. She had a broken leg and severe lung trauma when she arrived at the hospital. Her recovery was uneventful and has become a great companion for Dr. Bone. This brown dog is worth her weight in gold.