Dalton Shroyer, DVM
Wyoming Veterinary Clinic welcomes Dr. Dalton Shroyer to our staff.
Dr. Shroyer joins Dr. Lisa Johnson and Dr. William Rogers in providing comprehensive, compassionate pet health care for our wonderful clients and their furry little family members.
Dr. Shroyer was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2012. He is a graduate of Wyoming High School and is very happy to be working back in his home town. He attended Miami University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology in 2008. He then earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 at Mississippi State University. After graduating, he returned to Cincinnati to begin working in private practice and then in emergency medicine just before joining Wyoming. He is excited to help our pet parents keep their furry little kids healthy and happy for a lifetime.
Outside of work, Dr. Shroyer enjoys spending time with his wife, Jessica, doing yard work, planting a garden and flowers (from Shroyer’s Nursery of course), cooking, and taking their dog Shady for walks through parks and trails. He is an avid fishermen when time permits and is back working on his golf game again.
Lisa M. Johnson, DVM
Dr. Johnson grew up locally right here in Cincinnati, Ohio and always knew she would be a veterinarian from the time she was in kindergarten. In high school, she spent time volunteering as a veterinary assistant at a local animal hospital which further inspired her to continue down that career path.
Dr. Johnson attended Miami University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology in 1993. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 at the Ohio State University. Dr. Johnson worked at a small animal hospital in Louisville, Kentucky for 2 years before returning home to Cincinnati in 1999 to continue providing the best possible health care for her patients. She has a special interest in feline and geriatric medicine…she really enjoys helping pet parents keep their more senior, furry, family members happy, healthy, and comfortable in their golden years. Her own pets include some feisty felines who keep her on her toes and have taught her a lot over the years. Pictured with her is Parker, her newest addition who was a stray rescued from a park where he had been shot in the face and hip. After several surgeries and a lot of TLC, he is like any normal young male cat, spending his days pestering all the older resident cats!
When Dr. Johnson isn’t working, she enjoys, reading, gardening, and crafting with natural gourds…she has created a whimsical world of gourd giraffe, mice, puppy dogs, cats and more! During Spring and Summer months, you will find her working in her yard, or at a local garden center buying even more flowers to plant! Dr. Johnson also has a passion for all things Longaberger, and she has “just a few’ of their baskets.
William R. Rogers, DVM DipACVIM
“As a board-certified specialist in small animal internal medicine, it is my privilege to complement and assist other veterinarians in the care of their clients’ dogs or cats. My goal is to work closely with other expert veterinarians, either general practicing veterinarians or other specialists, to provide the best care for your precious family pet.”
Dr. Rogers offers endoscopy, ultrasound, diagnostics and other specialized internal medicine services for referral patients.
Front Office Staff