DR. CLARK COOPER
Dr. Clark Cooper was born while his father was in Veterinary School at Auburn University. At an early age he was following in his fathers footsteps as he showed livestock at local and state competitions and helped his father on farm calls. He was destined to become a veterinarian from those childhood experiences. He graduated from West Monroe High School and Louisiana Tech University with bachelors in Animal Science, and then continued his education at Louisiana State University College of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 1992.
Dr. Cooper enjoys his work and spends much of his free time working on his own farm where he has over 150 head of Angus cattle that are on an intensive genetics selection program that allows him to reproduce offspring in the top 10% of the angus breed. At Cooper farms is a quarter horse breeding section where a genetic emphasis is placed on the cutting horse line's of Doc O Lena. Cooper Farm provides hay for sale to the public as well as food for the hospital's large animal hospital. Dr. Cooper enjoys time on a tractor away from daily business, although his free time is spent producing items that revolve around his practice.
He is married to Alana Donald Cooper and has a daughter, Kamden and son, Colton as well as his dogs, Dig the Labradoodle and Cookie the Australian Shepherd.
Professional Organizations: Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Equine Practitioners, American Angus Association, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association, White Tails of Louisiana, National American Deer Farmer Association, West Monroe Chamber of Commerce