Anton RoachDVM, MS
From Queens, New York Dr. Roach is not only a skilled veterinarian, but also an accomplished scholar. He earned his degree in Animal Science from Iowa State University in 1991. He continued his research and intensive studies at Iowa State earning a Master of Science Degree in Immunology and receiving his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from ISU in 2004. During his senior year in veterinary school Dr. Roach was the recipient of the Arthur B. Lederer Memorial Award for humanism and interest in small animal practice and the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society’s Award for Proficiency in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Roach’s special interests are reproductive medicine and surgery, soft tissue surgery, dentistry, dermatology, and preventative medicine. He also enjoys working with senior patients to prolong their quality of life. Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Roach is an avid sports fan (though a native New Yorker, he is NOT a Yankees fan, GO METS!) He enjoys watching football and rootin’ for his hometown sports’ teams.
NicoleLicensed Veterinary Technician (LVT)
Nicole’s career in the veterinary field started when she was 16 years old. She started out as an animal care taker in kennel at a local veterinary hospital, and as she matured she furthered her development and education in veterinary medicine by becoming a licensed veterinary technician. She attended the College of Southern Nevada and graduated in 2009 with an Associate’s of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology. Nicole loves being a veterinary technician because of the many rewards she receives from providing excellent patient care. She enjoys performing dental (she loves the “Before” and “After” photos we take on each dental patient), assisting with emergencies, monitoring patients during surgery, and watching each of her kitten and puppy patients mature into adulthood.