We are extremely proud of our dedicated team here at Rogers Pet Clinic. We hire only the best and most experienced employees to become a part of our team. As a result, they are highly dedicated animal advocates who are well trained at their jobs. They will do as much as possible for their patients as well as the owners who love them.
Learning and education are very important! We strive to have a state of the art hospital with a staff trained in the latest medical advances because our patients deserve the very best veterinary care possible.
Our team is full of animal lovers that make it their goal to treat each patient like their own. Therefore, each pet receives lots of love and attention at each visit. Each member of our staff is prepared to discuss preventative medicine so that every pet can stay as healthy as possible. We will also do everything we can to make a sick pet feel better as soon as possible.
Meet Our Doctors!
Dr. Brian Brumfield
Dr. Brumfield was born and raised in southern Indiana where he grew up with many four-legged friends: dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, turtles, and pet mice. His childhood shaped who he is as a veterinarian today. In 2008, he graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, he moved to downtown Chicago, where he worked in a busy small animal hospital treating and caring for dogs and cats. Over the past 14 years, he has developed a passion for client education in preventive medicine, internal medicine, and dentistry. His calm demeanor and gentle bedside manner help ease the nerves of our pets and their parents. Dr. Brumfield loves developing long-term relationships with his clients, in which many have turned into lifelong friendships.
In 2022, he, his wife, and three daughters moved to Rogers to be closer to his wife’s family and the great outdoors. In August 2022, Dr. Brumfield became the owner of Rogers Pet Clinic. He is excited to get to know all of our clients, their family pets, and continue to provide excellent veterinary care to the community.
Dr. Amanda Beyer
Dr. Amanda Beyer graduated with her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in May 2017. Before attending veterinary school in St. Kitts, she completed her undergraduate studies at South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD. Dr. Beyer is from Minnesota and found her way back to the area, with her husband Nick, as a relief veterinarian working with IndeVets. She adopted two dogs and a cat while in vet school, then added two more cats, ducks and a chinchilla after. Her special interests include surgery and infectious disease; she likes to utilize many diagnostic tools to help find an answer and problem solve. She enjoys examining any pet with fur and a few of the scaly ones as well.
Client Care Staff
Ashley Brotten- Clinic Administrator
Ashley obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science with a companion animal emphasis from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Her background also includes working in one of the top boarding and training facilities in the state, as well as working for one of the top three rescues in MN. Ashley started working at Rogers Pet Clinic in 2020 as a receptionist and has since worked her way up to her newest role as Clinic Administrator. In additional to working at Rogers Pet Clinic, Ashley also works as a Service Dog Trainer for a local organization that trains service dogs for veterans and first responders.
Ashley and her husband Jeff live on 5 acres in the northern suburbs with their two rescued Pembroke Welsh Corgis: Aygo and Millie; as well as their cat Dave. In her free time she enjoys traveling, kayaking, horseback riding, camping, thrifting, sewing, spending time with family, taking their dogs on walks, and going on walks with their cat Dave.
Steph grew up and graduated from Elk River High School. She went on to continue her education with one year in Purdue University’s online Veterinary Technology program where she gained most of her veterinary experience. A short time later, in November of 2021, she joined us here at Rogers Pet Clinic as a receptionist. She currently lives on a 12 acre farm in Dayton with her boyfriend Max. They share three fur babies; Rip is a yellow lab, Winston and Johnny are domestic shorthair cats. They don’t have any cows yet but plan to one day have mini highlanders.
Jessica Olson- Lead CVT
Jess grew up in St.Michael-Albertville where she graduated from High School knowing exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up. She began schooling that fall at Argosy University where she got her AAS in Veterinary Technology and became certified shortly after. She has worked a variety of places but has been a technician at Rogers Pet Clinic since 2015 and is now Lead CVT.
Jessica and her husband TJ have two kids, Jaxon and Charlotte, therefore she does not actually have much by way of “free time”. If she did you could find her reading or attempting DIY projects at home. They have a German Shorthair Pointer named Stella and a handful of chickens and ducks for her to constantly refrain from chasing.
Clara Henneman, CVT
Clara came to Rogers Pet Clinic in June 2022 as a veterinary technician. She graduated as a Summa Cum Laude honor graduate from North Dakota State University in May 2022 with her Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Technology. While at NDSU, Clara focused intently on her studies and graduated as one of the Top 10 Seniors in the College of Agriculture. Clara became a Certified Veterinary Technician when she passed her National Licensing Exam in December 2022.
Also, while at NDSU Clara spent 4 years on the Division 1 Bison Cheerleading Team where she met her boyfriend, Alec. During her free time Clara loves spending hours at the gym working out, coaching cheerleading at a local all-star cheer gym, fishing and tanning in the summer, and playing games with her friends and family. Clara doesn’t have any pets yet but would love to one day have a black Newfoundland named Nimbus… Alec will require some convincing.
Lydia graduated from NDSU in May 2020 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Technology and a double minor in Animal Science and Large Animal Veterinary Technology. She started working at Rogers Pet Clinic in October of 2022. Fun Fact: Lydia grew up with her parents bringing their family pets to Rogers Pet Clinic. This helped to inspire her to want to work with animals when she grew up. She always wanted to see what was through that door into the back room, and now she gets to see it every day! She does not own any animals for herself just yet, but hopes to someday soon. She enjoys working with all animals, large and small. In her free time she enjoys camping with her family, being outdoors, and spending time with friends.