Dr. Elizabeth Rogers graduated from the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After graduation she practiced for 2 years at a clinic in Coppell. She joined the Animal Medical Center of Plano in September 2002. While the majority of her patients are cats and dogs, she also enjoys working with exotic small mammals including rabbits, ferrets, chinchillas, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, and mice. She has developed her skills in dentistry, internal medicine, and surgery for exotic animals.
Dr. Rogers has given back to the community through volunteer work with Rabbit Rescue and other wildlife rehabilitation organizations. She also works with Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and career day.
Dr. Rogers enjoys the challenges of internal medicine and surgery and is motivated by the high level of care provided in an AAHA-accredited hospital such as AMC of Plano. She is involved with continuing education which is essential in the constantly expanding profession of veterinary medicine. She always wants to learn more and better techniques. This has also been enhanced through knowledge and skills gained while working on unusual cases at the Emergency Medical Clinic.
Dr. Rogers is originally from Fort Worth. Her Labrador Suzie, her Bichon Frise Snowball, and her rabbit Willow, live with her in Frisco. Snowball enjoys waving to people and dancing for children. He enjoys accompanying his human to career day and church softball. Suzie enjoys long walks and observing nature. Willow likes to cuddle. Snowball, Suzie, and Willow are all rescued animals. Dr. Rogers also enjoys reading, cooking, watching old movies, and hanging out with her friends.
Dr. Rogers is a member of:
· The American Veterinary Medical Association
· The Texas Veterinary Medical Association
· The Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association
· The American Animal Hospital Association
· The Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society
· The Texas Academy of Veterinary Practice