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Dr. Emily Roberson

graduated from Wake Forest University in 1990, and NCSU-CVM in 1994. She had practiced in Forsyth and Davie counties for 10 years before opening the Animal Hospital of East Davie. While in Forsyth County, she also worked for Forsyth Animal Control as a consultant, sat on the board, served on the Advisory Panel that created new laws for animal abuse, and trained the officers in humane euthanasia. Since 2004, she has served 6 years on the Davie Humane Society board, and currently is an advisor to the Davie County Animal Control and trains their officers to perform humane euthanasia. Her favorite interests in veterinary medicine are soft tissue surgery and canine reproduction. She lives in Davie county, is married and has two sons, 2 mini-Australian shepherds, one DSH Orange Tabby and one goldfish.

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Dr. Erica Scheier

did her undergraduate study at Dartmouth College and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She has practiced small animal medicine in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, before moving to Clemmons, NC, where her husband is a football coach for Wake Forest University. Dr. Scheier enjoys internal medicine, especially feline endocrinology, as well as general surgery. She lives with her husband, 4 children, and 14 pets, including 3 dogs, 5 cats, a bearded dragon, a chameleon, a cockateil, a chinchilla, a hedgehog, and Kramer the talking Cockatoo.

Dr. Meghan Cook

grew up in Davidson County showing horses and raising English Springer Spaniels with her parents. She graduated from Salem College in Winston-Salem with undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry. Dr. Cook attended Ross University and Louisiana State University for Veterinary School and graduated in 2011. Since graduation, Dr. Cook practiced veterinary medicine in a mixed animal practice in Yadkin County. Dr. Cook’s professional interests include general soft tissue surgery and internal medicine. She lives in Davie County with her husband, young son, and her dogs.

Dr. Roberson’s Personal Pets

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“Beau”

Miniature Australian Shepherd

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Brothers “Beau” & “Princeton”

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“Princeton”

Miniature Australian Shepherd

And one cat to rule them all…

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“Crush”

Orange Tabby