Dr. Kody Goerdel, DVM
Education: Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine ’12
Dr. Goerdel was born and raised on a small cattle ranch just outside of Luling, TX. He grew up participating in his local 4-H and FFA clubs. An avid fisherman and outdoors-man, he enjoys quality time on the lake.
In 2005 he graduated from TAMU, then pursued his Masters in Public Health Administration at TAMU in 2007. A true Aggie by nature, he returned to complete his studies in Veterinary Medicine at College Station.
Following graduation, Dr. Goerdel spent his first year working in Decatur, TX at a high-volume mixed animal practice.
After honing his skills, he returned to his hometown area and practiced for two years at a busy mixed animal practice in Gonzales, TX.
He married his wife Dr. Amanda Rosborough shortly after their acquisition of FVMC.
Dr. Amanda Rosborough, DVM
Education: Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph ’13
Dr. Rosborough was born and raised outside of Lakefield, Ontario , Canada on a Purebred Limousin breeding farm. She actively participated in 4-H with her cattle and showed horses as well.
In 2006 she graduated from St. Lawrence College with her diploma in Veterinary Technology and commenced her undergraduate studies at the University of Guelph. During this time she maintained employment as a surgical technician at the vet school as well as at an elite 24 hour emergency clinic with a special focus on exotic pets.
Following graduation she accepted a position as a Cow/Calf & Feedlot Consulting Veterinarian for Feedlot Health Management Services in Albert, Canada. Over the next two years she worked closely with feedlot operators and ranchers alike. In addition she was fully accredited CFIA veterinarian and Provincial Meat Inspector.
She is enjoying her new mixed-animal practice and being able to work alongside her new husband.
Dr. Angela Jugan, DVM
Education: LSU School of Veterinary Medicine ’17
Dr. Jugan was born and raised in Slidell, LA, a suburb of New Orleans. During her youth, she participated in softball and volunteering at animal shelters.
In 2013 she graduated from Mississippi State University (Hail State!) with a degree in Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture. Following her undergraduate degree, she began at LSU to pursue a degree in veterinary medicine.
Her professional interests include theriogenology (reproduction), clinical pathology, medicine, and surgery for both large and small animals. In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors, Mississippi State sports, and watching Netflix.
Dr. Jugan and her husband have one dog (Willow), two cats (Sadler and Don), and a uromastyx (Ducky).
Brittney joined FVMC in fall 2018 as a certified veterinary assistant.
She has two dogs; Milo a corgi and Dani a great dane, as well as two cats Cjay and Bouie.
Her favourite food is Crawfish. She hopes to one day become a veterinarian in the great state of Texas!
She enjoys working at FVMC because she thinks it’s an amazing learning environment and she finds everybody to be so loving and caring.