Meagan Anderson, DVM, DABVP

Dr. Meagan Anderson considers the greatest reward in her profession to be the trust that her clients place in her to care for their pets; she takes that trust seriously, giving 100 percent to every case.

Dr. Anderson worked in the industry for eight years – as a pet nurse, kennel attendant and veterinary assistant – before even going to vet school, later graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in biomedical science and magna cum laude with her Doctor in Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University. She went on to practice for 13 years at clinics in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Arlington, Texas, before coming to The PARC in 2018.

Dr. Anderson is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners certified in Canine and Feline practices. ABVP Diplomates have proven knowledge and expertise above and beyond what is required to practice veterinary medicine. She is also a Founding Fellow in Emergency Practice, Global FAST Certified, and Recover CPR Certified. Dr. Anderson would be privileged to partner with you to maximize the life you share with your pets.

Cultivating a deep passion for helping animals and owners all over the world, Dr. Anderson supports Christian Veterinary Mission, having participated in one of their mission trips during veterinary school. An Air Force wife and child of two military parents, she was also named the 2010 Wyoming Air National Guard Key Volunteer of the Year for family support she provided during Operation Enduring Freedom. Dr. Anderson and her husband, Kurt -- a Colonel in the US Air Force -- have three children and one dog, Maverick, and a sweet kitty named Honey Lemon. 

Fun fact about your pet(s): Maverick is the reason we adopted Honey Lemon. He found a litter of kittens in our back yard and made sure we took care of them. He’s not so sure now that he made the right call – she sleeps in his bed and steals all his toys!

Advice for pet owners: Put in the time to train your puppy early. You’ll appreciate the difference having a well-trained dog makes when they get older.