Meet our veterinarians
We are very proud to announce that we have two wonderful veterinarians at BrownDog Lodge Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Jason Robinson is very enthusiastic and knowledgeable in his profession and is a big animal lover. He is dedicated to providing the best care for your pets as well as a warm welcoming environment for pet owners. He looks forward to meeting all of you and your furry family members!
Dr. Jason Robinson
Dr. Jason Robinson joined BrownDog Lodge Veterinary Clinic November 27, 2017. Dr. Robinson was born in Little Rock but grew up in Memphis, TN and received his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University. In 2003, he received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee's College of Veterinary Medicine. He began working at Cloverleaf Animal Clinic as an associate veterinarian in March 2008. His interests include diagnostic ultrasonography, dermatology, neurology and dentistry. Dr. Robinson really enjoys meeting new puppies and helping them get off to a great start by providing guidance regarding training and socialization in addition to medical services. In his free time he enjoys running, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and spending time outdoors. Dr. Robinson is the proud owner of Vol, a 13 year old Golden Retriever. In the short time he has been with us he has met several of you and looks forward to providing excellent care to you and your pets.
Dr. Lisa Beck DVM
Dr. Lisa Beck joined our team in December 2020 after having done relief work here for several years. Dr. Beck was born and raised in Michigan and earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University. She enjoys practicing all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery and especially enjoys working with felines. Outside of work, she also enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, fitness, and travel. She lives in Arlington with her husband Brian, their daughter Samantha, as well as their 3 cats (Joey, Mini, and Georgie) and 2 dogs (Lola and Lexi).
IS YOUR PET PROTECTED?
April is Heartworm Awareness month! Heartworm disease is caused by a parasitic worm that is spread when an animal is bitten by a mosquito. The presence of heartworms can cause many problems, including heart failure, lung disease, organ damage, and even death if the disease is left untreated. Call us today to discuss your pet’s preventative treatment!