Charles W. Rogers, DVM
Mobile Ultrasound * Endoscopy * Oncology
Internal Medicine Consults
Dr. Rogers is a graduate from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor degree in Animal Science and hist Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Dr Rogers also did an internship at The Animal Center of New York and a residency at Tufts University in Boston. . Dr. Rogers is a mobile veterinarian specially trained in internal medicine with interest in oncology (cancer treatment) and ultrasound. He sees difficult cases at Greenville Veterinary Clinic several times per week by appointment as a service to our clients, so they do not have to drive to referral clinics farther away for specialty medicine.
Growing up in Greenville, Dr. Tammy Clark received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Bioscience from Penn State University. While at Penn State, she was captain of the Equestrian Team and active in Collegiate 4-H. In 1988, she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Michigan State University. In 1990, after practicing in a multi-doctor hospital in Central Pennsylvania, Dr. Clark relocated to Greenville to become a partner in the Greenville Veterinary Clinic LLC. Dr. Clark is primarily involved in small animal medicine and surgery, has a special interest in small animal dermatology, and and acts as Practice Manager. When not working, Dr. Clark travels extensively with her daughters, Lauren and Madison, showing their American Quarter Horses. She serves as treasurer for The Pennsylvania Quarter Horse Association, and show secretary for their AQHA shows. In addition, she is currently vice-chair of the PA 4-H Horse Program Development Committee.
Dr. Alyssa Pogozelec grew up on a small farm in Chewton, Pennsylvania. She participated in 4-H at the Lawrence County fair for 10 years, showing beef steers and swine. Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania is where she completed her pre-veterinary course work. During her undergraduate course work, she also worked as a veterinary assistant for 3 years at Ellwood City Animal Hospital. In September 2012, she was accepted into Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine was where she completed her clinical course work in January 2016. She has 2 dogs (Stella and Mauby) and a potbelly pig (Opal) and recently moved to Fredonia. She is very excited to serve clients who bring their pets to Greenville Veterinary Clinic!
Dr. Dean Eichstadt, a 1988 graduate from the University of Minnesota with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, hails from Southern Minnesota. In 1990 Dr. Eichstadt relocated to Greenville to become a partner in Greenville Veterinary Clinic, and brought with him his interest in dairy cattle medicine. Dr. Eichstadt spends a large portion of his days on the road working with large animals. Of special interest are routine herd health visits, which are geared toward increasing the productivity and profitability of dairy farm operations. In addition, Dr. Eichstadt performs most of our orthopedic procedures. Dr. Eichstadt spends his free time developing his skills as a beekeeper. He is also an avid gardner, and enjoys canning and freezing the "fruits of his labors" He also enjoyes competitive running, completing the Twin Cities Marathon twice, and had shared his love of running with his daughters, inspiring them to take up the sport also.
Greenville Veterinary Clinic
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