About Our Team at Rogers Animal Hospital

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Get to Know Our Corsicana Veterinary Team

We are solely dedicated to your pet’s care! We look forward to getting to know you, and we hope you’ll take the time to scroll down and get to know us.

Dr. Krystal Bunch

Dr. Krystal Bunch

Medical Director

Dr. Bunch grew up in rural Georgia on a 200-acre farm. She participated in 4-H and FFA events as well as competed in Rodeo and NBHA. She received her Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Georgia and obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University. While there, she developed a passion for soft tissue surgery, reproductive (small and large animal), and sports medicine. When Dr. Bunch isn’t taking care of her patients, she loves to compete in agility, conformation, and obedience with her Australian Cattle Dogs, riding horses on the ranch, and traveling worldwide with her fiancé. She has two wonderful Australian Cattle Dogs, Jolene and Pistol, a bulldog mix, West, and two beautiful AQHA quarter horses, Sunny and Bre. Dr. Bunch aspires to bring a gold standard of care to her clients and patients, as well as unwavering compassion. Her goal is to always do what is best for your fur family and give them the quality care they deserve as members of our family.


Dr. Haleigh Arent


Dr. Arent was born in Garland, Texas before moving to Nebraska at the age of 6. She returned to Texas to complete high school and then pursued her Bachelor’s of Science at Angelo State University (San Angelo, TX). After graduating in 2011 she began studying for her Master’s while working full time at Alvarado Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Arent graduated in 2015 with a Master’s in Veterinary Forensic Science from the University of Florida. She went on to attend veterinary school at Oklahoma State University and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in May 2021. Her passions include horseback riding, hiking, and rescuing animals in need. She can often be found fostering or rehabilitating pets before finding them their forever home. Dr. Arent’s dream is to one day start her own animal rescue and hospital, where she can make sure every animal get the chance to feel safe, happy, and healthy.

Meet Our Veterinary Technician Team


Tiffany grew up in Ennis. while her mom worked full time, she grew up with her grandparents watching her on their farm with cows, chickens, and dogs. This created a passion for working with animals since. She got married in 2018, they have 3 beautiful daughters Graysea( 15) Elizabeth (11) and Maddie (6) and 6 doggies Toby, Honey, Rusty, Sassy, Roxy, and Cooky. In her spare time, she works on softball with her 2 oldest, works on photography, and spends time with family. She is currently enrolled with Penn Foster working on her Veterinary Technician Degree & Certification.


Robyn has been a Veterinary Technician for 16 years! The bulk of her experience is in Equine Medicine & other large animals. She enjoys being able to take care of our small furry patients & learning more as she works towards a Veterinary Technician degree. She grew up in Ennis, TX and graduated then furthered her education at Cedar Valley College & will be starting with Penn Foster soon. Growing up with a farming, ranching and rodeo background, she learned to love working with large animals very early on. In her spare time, she enjoys riding and training horses and spending time with family and friends. Her two children that are 22 and 15 are her world and keep her busy as well. She is passionately excited to serve all of her clients and patients with integrity and compassion.


Anya moved to Corsicana about one year ago from the Houston area. She has four fur babies at home and is recently engaged! She has attended a veterinary technician assistant program and plans to get her veterinary technician license. She absolutely loves being in this field because she can express her love and passion for animals.

Meet Our Reception Team


Monica has been a part of the Veterinary Field for over ten years, completing a Vet Tech Degree from San Juan College in 2016 she has been a Practice Manager for the last 7 years at a clinic in Illinois; when the opportunity arose to come to the great state of Texas, she jumped at the chance to find a home in Texas for her family. Passionate about Animal Welfare Monica is also active with wildlife rehab for small mammals

Allison Jordan

Allison lives in Blooming Grove, Texas. She attended Tarleton State University and the University of Texas at Arlington. Allison has three children named Jake, Charlie, and Allie. She is a proud grandmother of Madden, Sawyer, Axel, Nolan, and Abbott. Allison started working at Rogers Animal Hospital in 1999. In over 20 years of employment, she worked as the groomer, technician, receptionist, and office manager. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, dogs (Mickey and Winston), and especially her grandchildren.

Gabby Maldonado

Gabby has been on the team at Rogers Animal Hospital since September 2014. She started as a veterinary assistant, then moved to the front desk to be the receptionist. Gabby has three wonderful children named Agustus Dale (12), Raelyn June (7), and Heath Wayne (2). Gabby’s husband, Dale Harwell, and she met in 2005 and are high school sweethearts. Away from the clinic, she helps her children with their extracurricular activities. Gabby’s oldest plays baseball for his select Texan team and his school (Blooming Grove Elementary). Gabby’s daughter plays softball for her school (Blooming Grove Elementary), takes tumbling classes and riding lessons. Gabby’s youngest son tags along everywhere, cheering on his brother and sister! Gabby has two important pets in her life, Perry Como (Dachshund/Jack Russell cross) and Jasper (a loving pit bull).


Her whole life has been spent around animals since she was a little girl riding horses. As she has grown up, her love for animals has grown with her into a Career. While in high school she was in FFA and raised goats, lambs, and pigs to show. She is excited to learn new things and be able to help take care of more animals.