Dr. Emily Roberson
graduated from Wake Forest University in 1990, and NCSU-CVM in 1994. At NCSU she took two elective rotations in Theriogenology, including studying under Dr. Katherine Settle. She initially practiced veterinary medicine in Forsyth and Davie counties for 10 years before opening the Animal Hospital of East Davie in January 2004. 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 officers in humane euthanasia. Since 2004, she has served six 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 include soft tissue surgery, ultrasound and canine reproduction. She has been a member of the Society for Theriogenology since 1994. She has lived in Davie county since 1995, is married and has two sons which graduated from Davie High School and are currently in college. She has Beau, a mini Australian Shepherd, and two cats- Hazel and Crush. Her hobbies outside work include attending/watching college football and basketball games, reading, and traveling.
Dr. Katelyn Ellis
completed her undergraduate training from Berry College in 2011, and graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. After practicing in Florida for a year, she moved to Raleigh, NC for 3 years of specialty training in Reproductive Medicine at NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine. During her residency program, Dr. Ellis also studied canine acupuncture and food therapy through the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Ellis’ primary focus is canine reproduction, but she also enjoys general surgery and alternative therapies. She currently lives in Winston-Salem with her partner, Matthew, and one Shetland Sheepdog, Tipsy.
Dr. Jen Hoch – Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon
graduated from veterinary school in 2001 from Auburn University. She completed internships at the University of Illinois and Dallas Veterinary Surgical Services. Her surgical residency was completed at Iowa State University from 2003-2006. She has been settled in the Triad of North Carolina since 2007 with her 4 children, dog, cats, and bearded dragon. Mobile Veterinary Surgical Services (MVSS.info) partners with Family Veterinarians to provide the advanced surgery that your pet needs, in the convenience of their office. This provides you the benefit and flexibility of staying close to home. Dr. Hoch wants to keep your beloved pet healthy, happy, and on the move. Surgeries performed include TPLO, MPL repair for knee cap, fracture repair, amputation, and FHO surgery on hip.
Dr. Roberson’s Personal Pets
Miniature Australian Shepherd
Brothers “Beau” & “Princeton”
doing tricks for the camera
Miniature Australian Shepherd
And two cats to rule them all…