Dr. Khris Keller
Dr. Keller decided that he wanted to become a veterinarian after writing a career report on veterinary medicine in the 6th grade. He later attended Kansas State University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. He received endoscopy training and certification from Colorado State University, where he acquired experience in using both rigid and flexible endoscopes for endoscopic procedures. Dr. Keller’s favorite part about working at the Animal Emergency Center of Tulsa is working with its well-trained, professional staff, and having the opportunity to utilize his training in endoscopy.
Dr. Keller shares a home with his wife, Linda, and six dogs: Tripp, Ted, Lulu, Larry, Molly, and Trendy. A couple of his favorite travel destinations include the San Juan River in New Mexico, and the Dream Stream in Lake George, Colorado. When he’s not helping animals, he enjoys fly fishing, training Labrador Retrievers, and ballroom dancing.