Catherine Rowan-Collier, DVM

Catherine Rowan-Collier, DVM

VETERINARIAN

Educations & Trainings

University of Georgia DVM 1998

Dr. Catherine Rowan-Collier

Catherine Rowan-Collier wanted to be a veterinarian since childhood, and it has been her honor to care for cats and dogs for the last 24 year in a variety of settings. She has helped pets and their parents in private practice, corporate practice, emergency clinics, shelters/rescues, as a public health veterinarian with the federal government. Her special interest is in One Health, which studies how the health of humans, animals, and the environment intersect and impact each other. By combining her veterinary medicine background with her prior career as an RN, One Health is an ideal way to help pets, people, and the world around us.

Recent Articles

What Kind of Music Calms Dogs?
What Kind of Music Calms Dogs?
The following content may contain Chewy links. PetMD is operated by Chewy. Listening to certain songs can help soothe and calm you during stressful times. While research has documented the therapeutic effects of sound and music on the human brain, could listening to music calm dogs, too? And if so, what type of music do dogs like? Is there a particular type of music, for example, that can help...
Is My Dog Happy?
Is My Dog Happy?
Dogs have the emotional capacity of a 2- to 2.5-year-old child, so they can experience emotions like joy, fear, and anger. But, like many toddlers, your dog lacks the vocabulary to tell you how they feel, so it’s up to you to learn how your dog expresses emotions. For example, most of us know what it looks like when our dog is frustrated or wants something. Your dog may bark, hop up and down,...