Megan Keller, DVM

Megan Keller, DVM

Veterinarian Specializing in Shelter Medicine

Educations & Trainings

  • Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Further education specializing in Shelter Medicine from the Maddie's Shelter Program training

Professional Memberships

Member of the American Veterinary Medical Association


Dr. Megan Keller

Dr. Megan Keller attended North Dakota State University/NDSU in Fargo, North Dakota to earn a Bachelor in Animal Sciences. During these four years, Dr. Keller spent her free time as a veterinary assistant at a small animal practice that doubled as an Animal Control shelter. She soon realized her passion for all companion animals, from owned pets and to homeless ones. She made it her goal to use her skills and knowledge to help homeless and unwanted animals regain health and find their fur-ever homes.

Following her graduation at NDSU, Dr. Keller moved south to Kanas for 4 years to earn her doctorate from the Kanas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After obtaining her doctorate, she took a year off to volunteer with veterinary medicine and translocation of wildlife in South Africa; while there she worked with a variety of animals: rhinos, elephants, wild dogs, wildebeest, impala, zebra.

On her return to the US, she moved to Panhandle of Florida to begin practicing, and began her career as a shelter veterinarian, working alongside animal control officers that tirelessly help bring in homeless animals from the streets to be properly cared for and then found new homes. She enjoys surgery, pathology, and internal medicine. She currently owns two Siamese cats and two mixed breed dogs, all of whom have passed through the shelter system. Her hobbies include hiking trails with the dogs, traveling, dog training, reading, and paddle boarding...with her cat, Catsanova!

Recent Articles

Muscle Tears in Dogs
Muscle Tears in Dogs
What Are Muscle Tears in Dogs?A muscle tear is an injury to the muscle caused by a trauma to that area, either directly or indirectly. Tears can happen at three points, or areas, of the muscle: At the point of origin (a bony bump or nodule where the thick, fibrous bands of the tendon, located at the ends of the muscle, attach to the underlying bone). This is the anchor point of...
How to Keep Your Cat Calm and Safe During Fireworks
The following content may contain Chewy links. PetMD is operated by Chewy. Many people love celebrating holidays—especially if they involve fireworks. For cats, however, holidays with fireworks can take on an entirely different tone: one of fear and anxiety. This fear can lead to dangerous situations. A scared cat is more likely to run away from home and get lost, which increases their...
Why Dogs Pee When Excited or Scared
If you have an older dog that suddenly begins urinating inappropriately (or cannot seem to hold their pee), make an appointment with your veterinarian, as there could be a medical cause. Have you ever been greeted by your hyper dog when you get home, and then noticed a puddle of pee by your shoes? Or perhaps your new puppy flopped onto their back to greet your friend, and then...
Can Cats Eat Dog Food?
Can Cats Eat Dog Food?
This is a common question to come up in the course of a veterinary visit. The short answer is yes, a cat can eat a small amount of dog and not have any toxicity or lasting effects. However, the longer answer dives into the species-specific differences between our feline and canine friends. While a nibble of stolen dog food will not harm cats, it will definitely not help them achieve their best...