Eldorado Animal Hospital opened in McKinney on March 2, 1998. EAH was initially located in the Hardin Village Shopping Center when the intersection of Eldorado Parkway and Hardin Blvd. was a simple stop sign. By 2006, EAH moved across Hardin to its current location to accommodate the growth of the community.
Dr. Kevin Thomson
Dr. Thomson is a 1987 graduate of Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He also holds a Master’s of Science in Biology and has both a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife & Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, he spent time working in a mixed animal practice; primarily working with cattle, horses, small animals, and occasional exotics. He was also licensed in Oregon and worked at a mixed animal practice in Newport, Oregon that included the Newport Aquarium with Dr. Steve Brown. He likes visiting with pets and their two-legged family members. He enjoys laser surgery and orthopedic cases.
Dr. Thomson and his wife Sandé reside in Weston and have two adult children and two grandchildren. Other than spending time with his family, he enjoys fishing, swimming, working outside and drawing wildlife. A collage of his labrador retrievers will greet you in the waiting room of Eldorado Animal Hospital. In addition, he has 4 cats who begrudgingly share their home with the labs and humans. When his children were at home; the family participated in mission trips twice a year with their church to work at an orphanage in Mexico. In recent years, Dr. Thomson works with Christian Veterinary Missions working in Haiti to help the locals with their veterinary needs in various field locations. In addition to supporting his church; he also is a regular contributor to Samaritan Inn, Habitat For Humanity, St. Vincent DePaul, Catholic Relief Services, FOCUS, and MD Anderson.
Dr. Angie Rogers
Dr. Rogers is a 1987 graduate of Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced small animal medicine in Plano for over 17 years before joining her classmate, Dr. Kevin Thomson in 2006 when Eldorado Animal Hospital moved into its new facility. Dr. Rogers feels thankful and blessed that her profession has afforded her the opportunity to care for dogs and cats, as well as establishing relationships with their humans, many for more than 20 years. Dr. Rogers has been a volunteer in local education, particularly at Plano ISD where she has served on the Health Advisory Committee, judged science fairs, participated in career days, been involved in the PTA, and other various activities around the district. Dr. Rogers has also served at Woodcreek Church as a Sunday School teacher, been involved in the AWANA program, and BEST(an ESL program). She has been involved in youth sports, serving as a spectator, coach, as well as a baseball umpire. She is also very active with Collin County Aggie Moms where she is the 4th Vice President of Programs and has been a counselor at Aggie Mom Camp. Dr. Rogers enjoys spending time with her husband, David and their twins, Blair and Brandon. She also cares for her four furry friends, Scrappy, a mixed breed dog, Midas, the Golden Retriever, and two brother cats, Chase and Banks, who were rescued from the Chase Bank next door to the clinic. Midas and Dr. Rogers enjoy teaching children about pet care by visiting schools and also participate in pet therapy at a local assisted living facility. Dr. Rogers really enjoys Dallas sports, especially the Mavericks (Let’s Go Mavs!) and all Aggie sports (Gig ‘Em!).