Dr. Charlotte Rogers earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida College CVM in 2009. Since graduation she has spent the last 13 years’ expanding her experience from general small animal practice to large animal production medicine, advanced large animal reproduction techniques and non-profit farm animal sanctuary care.
She has previously formed a teaching establishment that provides education and training for Veterinary Technicians and Veterinary students seeking experience with non-profit farm animal work. Additionally, working with the University of Florida as a Courtesy Associate Professor in their “Practice Based Clerkship” rotation. Her special career interests involve canine behavior, ruminant reproduction, and farm animal medicine/surgery in addition to teaching/training the future of the veterinary profession.
Dr. Rogers grew up in England and moved to Florida in the late 90’s. She is married to a veteran who served with the 1st Ranger Battalion and is currently a Lieutenant with Gainesville Fire Department. In their spare time they enjoy spending time with their three canine kids, hiking, fishing, and traveling to places that allow them to enjoy the outdoors.