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Carrie graduated from the University of FL in 2011 with her DVM. During her time at UF, Carrie was actively involved with the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service, and continues to volunteer with the team to respond to medical or environmental disasters.
Carrie would like to see a world where people and animals develop deeper, more meaningful relationships. She uses her former career as an educator to help clients learn about their furry family members and thus build a better human-animal bond. This approach takes a little extra time in the exam room, but Carrie wouldn’t have it any other way. Carrie also has a passion for surgery and enjoys her time in the operating room as well as dental surgery and care. When she’s not in the hospital, Carrie is an avid outdoor enthusiast. You can find her on the local waterways with her paddleboard and first mate, Nani. Exploring the state and national parks is also a great way to connect with nature. She lives with her son, Derek, two dogs, Nani and Savannah, and her very handsome cat, Phin.
Dr. Rogers graduated from the University of Florida, College of Veterinary medicine in 2011. During her time in vet school she developed a passion for disaster medicine, driving her to become a part of the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Services and continuing after vet school as part of the Florida State Agricultural Response Team. She has participated in many training exercises as well as disaster relief in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and in North Florida and Alabama after the BP oil spill. She also believes in humanitarian work and will be attending a mission trip to Guatemala in Nov 2018. Dr. Rogers also feels strongly about pets having as little stress as possible in their visit to the office. This strongly held belief has led her to additional training and becoming Fear Free certified. Something she plans to continue with in the future. In her spare time Dr, Rogers enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking and pretty much anything outdoors. A few days a week you will still find her on the soccer field playing in a league and keeping in shape. Her fury family members include Roo, a long-haired dachshund and Baby Kitty, a long haired main coon mix.