Erin Haxton, DVM

Dr. Erin Haxton graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Animal Science in 2007 and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Oklahoma State holds a special place in her heart and she loves rooting on the Cowboys! Along with her husband Robbie and a group of friends, they travel back to Stillwater every home game during football season to tailgate. During away games or if they can’t make it to Stillwater for a home game, you’ll find them at a sports bar/restaurant wearing bright orange. After graduating, Dr. Haxton worked in a small animal walk-in clinic in Oklahoma City. She is grateful for the experience this fast paced clinic gave her when she was first starting out her career. In 2012, Dr. Haxton and Robbie moved to Bartlesville where she joined Arrowhead Veterinary Clinic. The staff of Arrowhead Veterinary Clinic along with the citizens of Dewey, Bartlesville, and the surrounding area have made the Haxtons’ feel very welcomed and at home. Dr. Haxton has special interests in Preventive Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Surgery. She loves educating clients about the importance of preventive health care to help their pets live the longest and healthiest life possible. The human animal bond is something she finds very important and she loves seeing her patients grow along with their owners. Her husband Robbie is a sales representative and they have been happily married since 2010. They currently have 2 cats, Orion and Pistol Pete. Orion is a rescue that wondered up to the clinic where Dr. Haxton worked while she was still in high school and Pistol is a rescue that wondered up to the clinic where she worked in Oklahoma City. They had to say goodbye to their first dog Kaidance in November of 2017 due to liver cancer. This was one of the hardest things they have had to do. In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors, traveling with friends and family, reading, and going to concerts/plays. Dr. Haxton is a member of the OVMA and AVMA. She looks forward to meeting you and building a relationship with you and your beloved pets!

Elizabeth Hine, DVM

Dr. Elizabeth Hine graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a B.A. in Biological Sciences and an M.S. in Veterinary Microbiology. After an 8-year career in molecular biology research at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Dr Hine received her D.V.M. from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She moved to Bartlesville in 2001 and provided contract veterinary services before joining Arrowhead Veterinary Clinic in 2002. Dr. Hine sees small animals and has special interests in internal medicine, radiology, and veterinary acupuncture. Dr. Hine was registered as a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist by IVAS on January 5th, 1999 and is a member of AVMA and OKVMA. She and her husband, Steve, have one daughter. Dr. Hine volunteers at Children’s Musical Theatre of Bartlesville and is on the Scientific Review Committee for the Bartlesville District Science Fair. In her free time, Dr. Hine likes to travel, researches her genealogy, helps with costumes and sets for CMT musicals, and spends time with her senior rescue dogs, Polly and Ms CeCe.

Our Compassionate Staff

Darcie Jardot

Veterinary Assistant

Darcie joined the Arrowhead family in February of 2004. She got her start in the world of pet care at an early age; Darcie grew up on a farm around a variety of animals, and started working at her grandmother’s kennel when she was 12 years old. Darcie resides in Copan with her dogs, Winston, Duke, Puddy, and Froggy. She attends Life Church Owasso, and enjoys reading and travelling.

Colette Snodgrass

Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist

Colette joined the Arrowhead team in 2018. She was born and raised in Bartlesville, and resides there with her husband, son, 3 dogs, and 2 plastic lawn flamingos. She enjoys riding her bicycle, pineapple on pizza, gardening and petting all the animals!

Kailyn Schoonover

Veterinary Assistant/ Receptionist

I was born in Odessa, Texas. My father’s job was transferred around a few times until finally we ended up in Bartlesville my freshman year of high school. I graduated from Dewey High. Then I went on to get my basics at Rogers State University then transferred and received my Associates degree in Pre-vet sciences from NEO A&M in 2019. I started working at Arrowhead in June of 2017 but I knew that I already wanted to work in this field way before that. I never went through the “I want to be a Princess” phase. For me, it was always “I want to be just like Steve Irwin” If you were to ask me the three most important things to me, I would say God, my family and animals. I have always done and will always do everything in my power to love and help animals in the best way that I can. Working here at Arrowhead is honestly a dream come true. I know for sure that this is what I have always wanted. This is where I belong.

Dotti Gay


Dotti joined Arrowhead Vet Clinic in 2017. She currently lives in Barnsdall with her husband, son, and four dogs. She enjoys reading, being wth her son and husband, playing with her dogs, and spending time with family and friends.