Meet The Riverside Doctors
Your Bluebonnet AH – Riverside Veterinarian Staff
Melissa Vogeler, DVM
Dr. Melissa Vogeler received her Bachelor of Science degree from North Carolina State University (Go Wolfpack!) and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M University. She purchased Bluebonnet Animal Hospital, formerly South Lamar Animal Hospital, in the Fall of 2012. Her professional interests include dentistry, dermatology, and preventative medicine. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 kids!
Cheryl York, DVM
Dr. Cheryl York received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Tech University in 2009, then went on to graduate from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She practiced in Southern California for several years prior to her recent move back to Texas to settle down and establish roots in Austin. She finds great joy in advocating for her patients to allow them to live long, healthy, and comfortable lives. Her professional interests include dermatology, cardiology, ophthalmology, diagnostic imaging, and organized veterinary medicine. Outside of work, she enjoys scuba diving, running, hiking, and her close friends and family. She loves spending quality time with her husband, daughter, and 2 cats – Jasmine and Zazu.
Henry Meyer, DVM
E. Henry Meyer, Jr., DVM is a 1967 graduate of the Texas A & M Veterinary College. After practicing in clinics in Maryland and North Texas, Dr. Meyer eventually settled into South Austin in 1974 and has been in continuous private practice as Riverside Veterinary Clinic since that time.
His general dog and cat practice evolved during an exciting time in the 1970s and 1980s as specific areas of feline and canine medicine and surgery developed at the university level. Continuing education courses became easily accessible for all practicing veterinarians. That combined with the advent of low risk anesthetics and in house diagnostic capabilities, allowed him to maintain an enthusiasm to this day for pursuing his preferred calling in dog and cat medicine.