Charlotte Rogers

Dr. Rogers joined the Guardian Angels’ team in May of 2022 as their veterinarian, and she is excited to be part of the many upcoming ideas and projects that Guardian Angels is developing.

About Dr. Rogers

Dr. Rogers earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Florida  CVM in 2009. Since graduating 13 years ago, Dr. Rogers has expanded her experience from mixed animal practice to farm animal medicine and surgery as well as advanced large animal reproduction techniques and non-profit farm animal sanctuary care.

Her past experience includes the formation of a teaching establishment that provides education and training for Veterinary students and Veterinary Technicians seeking experience with farm animal work.

Dr. Rogers grew up in England and moved to Florida in the late 90s. She is married to a veteran who served with the 1st Ranger Battalion and is currently a Lieutenant with the Gainesville Fire Department.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their three canine kids, hiking, fishing, and traveling to places that allow them to enjoy the outdoors.

What Working at Guardian Angels Means to Dr. Rogers

“I value my experience in the non-profit world of Veterinary Medicine. Working at Guardian Angels affords me the opportunity to “give back” to those who have given so much to society. Carol has many creative ideas and projects that I will have a significant hand in developing, which will greatly benefit the future of Veterinary Medicine, in addition to Guardian Angels’ current goal to provide a vital service to Veterans, First Responders, and civilians with disabilities.” said Dr. Rogers.

What Dr. Rogers Wants You to Know About Guardian Angels

“In addition to everything that Guardian Angels provides, there are many other ideas and projects for our future that will extend the care and knowledge delivered. We want to both benefit the recipients of Guardian Angels and raise awareness of all who are interested in agriculture and Veterinary medicine,” said Dr. Rogers.

To learn more about the Guardian Angels team, visit our Meet Our Team page today!

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