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Beverly Fritzler, DVM

Dr. Beverly Fritzler has owned Rose Rock Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort in Norman since 1990. Growing up in Del City, Oklahoma, Dr. Fritzler was encouraged by her father to pursue her dreams and work hard to accomplish anything she tried. From an early age, she had a strong desire to care for animals, and her father consistently motivated her to follow a path in the animal-care field.

In 1981, Dr. Fritzler earned her Bachelor of Science in Agronomy (Range Management) from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Fritzler went on to study veterinary medicine at Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1986.

Dr. Fritzler is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, the Central Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association, the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, the Society for Theriogenology, and the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians.

"The most satisfying part of being a veterinarian is being able to provide premium care with cutting-edge diagnostics to improve the health of a beloved pet," Dr. Fritzler says.

At home, Dr. Fritzler has a Chihuahua named Barbie, a poodle named Buffy, a Weimaraner named Holly, two Bengal cats named Kesha and Hunter, and two domestic shorthair cats named Jenga and Binx. Dr. Fritzler is married to Harry Fritzler, a retired natural resource specialist, and they have two children, Bryce and Breawna. In her free time, she enjoys genealogy and outdoor activities including going to the lake, boating, jeeping and traveling.

Laura Blazek, DVM

Dr. Laura Blazek joined the medical team at Rose Rock Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort in March 2003. Growing up in Norman, Oklahoma, Dr. Blazek dreamt of becoming a forest ranger, marine biologist, paramedic and veterinarian who traveled to outer space. Over time, she realized that being a veterinarian encompassed many of those roles: loving nature, new challenges, working with creatures and saving lives (albeit, she doesn't get to leave the stratosphere).

Dr. Blazek studied zoology at Oklahoma State University, and was admitted to veterinary school before completing her bachelor's degree. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. Dr. Blazek is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, and the Central Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. Her special professional interests include internal medicine, tick borne diseases and ultrasound.

At home, Dr. Blazek has a cat named Crystal. Her husband Eric is a computer programmer and website designer. Together, they have two children, Joshua and Elizabeth. Dr. Blazek is an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church and serves St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Norman. At St. Michael's, she is also the head youth group leader, a Sunday school teacher, and a member of the Christian formation team as a temporary formation director. Dr. Blazek spends her free time reading—her preferred genres being fantasy and mystery—as well as hiking, camping, gardening and being with her family.

Rebecca Poillion, DVM

Dr. Rebecca Poillion joined Rose Rock Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort in June 2010. She grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana, and attended Louisiana State University for her undergraduate studies. Throughout her undergraduate studies, Dr. Poillion earned Dean's list honors, and she graduated in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in pre-veterinary medicine. Dr. Poillion attended Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.

Before Dr. Poillion was a veterinarian, she volunteered at St. Francis Animal Hospital and at the Lafayette Animal Shelter. She is a currently a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, and the Central Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, and her professional interests include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, as well as small mammal, avian and reptile medicine.

"I enjoy the opportunities for growth as a veterinarian," Dr. Poillion says. "I love to learn, and medicine is a growing and evolving field."

At home, Dr. Poillion has a dashing pit bull mix named Loki, a beautiful Australian shepherd named Willow, and a Siamese cat mix named Mooni. She enjoys walking her dogs, going to CrossFit with her sister, cooking, reading, skiing and spending time with her nieces and nephews.

Bryce Fritzler, DVM

Dr. Bryce Fritzler joined the medical team in June 2015. His mother, Dr. Beverly Fritzler, is the owner of Rose Rock Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort. Growing up in Norman, Oklahoma, Dr. Bryce Fritzler watched his mother care for animals and credits her as his inspiration in becoming a veterinarian. He says, "I grew up at Rose Rock. I cleaned kennels as a kid growing up, and after college I worked as a veterinary assistant for one year before going to veterinary school."

Dr. Fritzler studied zoology at University of Oklahoma where he earned his bachelor's degree with honors. He went on to attend Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine and earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Dr. Fritzler is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association and the Central Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. His professional interests include internal medicine and surgery.

"The most satisfying part of being a veterinarian is identifying a problem in a sick animal and being able to correct that problem to make them feel better," Dr. Fritzler says.

At home, Dr. Fritzler has a 9-year-old Weimaraner named Cruise and a 16-year-old Chihuahua named Gia. He is married to Dr. Jennifer Devine Fritzler, who also practices veterinary medicine at Rose Rock Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort. In his free time, Dr. Fritzler enjoys attending University of Oklahoma football games, playing video games and board games, jeeping in Colorado and reading.

Jennifer Devine, DVM

Dr. Jennifer Devine Fritzler joined the medical team at Rose Rock Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort in June 2015. Growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Devine first became interested in animal care while watching her aunt rescue and foster animals. Her aunt recognized Dr. Devine's love and compassion for animals, and arranged for her to shadow with local veterinarians.

Dr. Devine attended Berry College and earned her bachelor's degree in animal science in 2011. She then attended Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. As a veterinarian, Dr. Devine finds special interest in canine rehabilitation, acupuncture, pain management, geriatric preventive care, and soft tissue surgery.

Dr. Devine is certified in canine rehabilitation therapy and veterinary medical acupuncture. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association and the Central Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association.

"It's rewarding to relieve a hurting animal's pain, see a formerly paralyzed dog start to feel sensation in their back and toes, or see a formerly too-sick-to-eat dog chow down on food," Dr. Devine says. "I treat a lot of sick, injured and geriatric animals, and it is rewarding to help them feel better."

At home, Dr. Devine has a 9-year-old Weimaraner named Cruise and a 16-year-old Chihuahua named Gia. She is married to Dr. Bryce Fritzler, and in her free time enjoys going to the movies, photography and traveling.

Katherine Cubbon, DVM

Dr. Katherine Cubbon joined the Rose Rock Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort medical team in June 2017. It seems fitting that it was a golden retriever with which she grew up in Orange County, California that sparked Dr. Cubbon’s interest in veterinary medicine. The dog had a number of medical issues, and Dr. Cubbon was given the opportunity to shadow veterinarians throughout middle school and high school. She also volunteered at an animal shelter during her high school years, and worked as a veterinary assistant while attending college and veterinary school.

In 2013 Dr. Cubbon graduated cum laude (with honors) from the University of California, Davis with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. She then went on to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University in 2017.

Dr. Cubbon is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. Her professional interests include internal medicine, small mammal and exotic animal medicine, and acupuncture. She has completed an acupuncture course at the Chi Institute and is in the process of becoming a certified veterinary acupuncturist.

“I love not only being able to help sick animals feel better, but also helping to foster the human-animal bond that is so special to us all,” says Dr. Cubbon, who enjoys that special bond with Radar the chiweenie, Hatti the pug, Oakley the boxer, Rebel the boxer-mix and Harold the hedgehog.

At home, Dr. Cubbon enjoys yoga, reading and horseback riding. She and fiancé Brian are planning a wedding for the summer of 2018.

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