About Our Hospital Staff
Meet the dedicated and compassionate members of the Pet Network Community Hospital Team, where passionate veterinarians, skilled technicians, and caring support staff come together to provide top-notch care for your beloved pets.
Meet the Team
Here for you when you need us the most.
Director of Community Medicine
Dr. Nicholas Robl, DVM
Dr. Nick Robl completed his D.V.M. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013 following an M.A. in Biological Anthropology from Kent State University in Ohio. He is also currently a PhD Candidate in Veterinary Science/Molecular Biology at Utah State University.
He has experience practicing veterinary medicine in a variety of settings including private practice, sanctuaries, shelters, and clinics across the US. Dr. Robl has a strong background in veterinary surgery, dentistry, internal medicine, and specialized orthopedic procedures.
He has also performed research and veterinary work around the world including work in Indonesia, Cambodia, Rwanda, D. R. Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Colombia, Peru, Brazil and Suriname.
Jade is an experienced veterinary assistant who has been in the veterinary field for 5 years. She is driven by a love for animals and takes pride in knowing they are receiving the best care possible. She hopes to continue supporting the community and keeping their animals in excellent shape.
Community Hospital Administrator
Heather received a degree in Social Work in 1999, with a concentration in Behavior Modification Therapy. She utilized her education to assist adolescents and juveniles in residential rehabilitation facilities in Southern California for more than 10 years. Heather served as a child advocate in the Los Angeles County court system, assisting in family reunification and child placement.
Jazmine spent most of her childhood in Northern California before moving to Carson City, NV as an adult. She has a 4 year old cattle dog mix named Mayzee who she got her senior year of high school. She started as a kennel tech in 2021 and very quickly grew a strong love for veterinary medicine. She hopes to continue her education and obtain her veterinary technician license. Finding her passion in a career she loves has been very rewarding and nothing brings her more joy than being able to help animals and their families. Her love for animals is never ending and she is overjoyed to have found a career that fits so well with her overwhelming desire to help animals and the community. Her goal in life is to travel more and one day open a rescue for senior pets who have spent too much time without a family.