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Dr. Karen Hagan

Dr Karen Hagan  is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine.   She partnered with Dr Brian Proffitt to purchase Goshen Animal Clinic in 1998.  Since that time Dr Hagan has provided this area with superior veterinary medical care and customer service.  She takes a detailed, diagnostic approach to veterinary medicine and passes along the knowledge gained, to her clients.  Dr Hagan belongs to Roadie, Priscilla and Monte (all cats), who live with her.  Dr Hagan's interests include art, music and spending time with friends

Dr. Brian Proffitt

Dr. Brian Proffitt .-    Born and raised in Kentucky, Dr Proffitt  chose to attend the University of Kentucky for his undergraduate studies.  He graduated from Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine and returned to this area to begin his own practice.  Dr Proffitt partnered with Dr Karen Hagan in 1998 to purchase Goshen Animal Clinic and continue the tradition of quality veterinary care in this area.  He is passionate about providing superior medical care for pets and outstanding customer care for their families'.   Dr Proffitt has had advanced training in veterinary orthopedics and ultrasound, that compliment his progressive approach to patient care.  Dr Proffitt is also a husband, father, coach,and active member of the community.  He has two dogs, Katie (Westie) and Shelby (Weimaraner) but has personal experience with pets of all sizes, breeds and species. 

Dr. Brenna Roth

From the moment she took her first step toward a standard poodle at age one, animals have been important in the life of Brenna Roth, DMV. Growing up she cared for hamsters, dogs, cats, fish and rode American Saddlebred horses. Raised in Louisville and a graduate of Ballard High School, Dr. Roth went to Western Kentucky University for pre-vet and graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She returned to Louisville in 2003 to work for Dixie Animal Hospital. She continues her career at Goshen Animal Clinic.

In her free time, Dr. Roth raises her two sons, rides horses, and cares for her two dogs and two cats. She is an avid hummingbird and Monarch butterfly enthusiast. Her sons, Caleb and Devin, are the loves of her life. They are animal lovers like their mom.

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