Dr. Dan Robertson
Dr. Robertson grew up in central Missouri and started working with horses in high school by volunteering at a summer camp. He attended the University of Missouri for his undergraduate studies and received a degree in animal science with an emphasis in beef production. During his undergraduate studies, he worked on local beef operations and at the university dairy. Dr. Robertson attended the University of Missouri for veterinary school, where he graduated in 2014. During veterinary school, he focused on large animal medicine and completed several externships in mixed animal practices around the state of Missouri. Following graduation, Dr. Robertson worked in mixed animal practice in Missouri and Kansas. Dr. Robertson’s veterinary interests include herd health, dermatology, and large animal medicine. In his free time, Dr. Robertson enjoys spending time with his wife and their two dogs, fly fishing, and hiking.
Dr. Sarah Pierson
Dr. Pierson is a local girl, growing up in Brookville. She completed her undergraduate studies at Penn State where she received a degree in animal bioscience with an animal science minor. During her undergraduate years, she worked in a local veterinary hospital and as a research assistant with animal genomics research at Penn State. Dr. Pierson attended the University of Missouri for veterinary school, graduating in 2014. She completed several externships around the central and eastern United States in mixed animal, equine, and small animal veterinary medicine. Dr. Pierson has worked in both mixed animal and small animal veterinary practice in Missouri since 2014. Dr. Pierson’s veterinary interests include small animal medicine, lameness workups, and ophthalmology. Outside of work, Dr. Pierson enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, hiking, and skiing.