Dr. Kate Williams
Owner and Veterinarian of St. Francis Animal Hospital, Dr. Kate Williams is a native of Northwest Arkansas. She attended the University of Arkansas and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science in 1991, and a Master’s of Science in Animal Science/Parasitology in 1993. Dr. Williams graduated from Tuskegee University, College of Veterinary Medicine in May 1999. She has since practiced in Rogers, Bentonville, Fayetteville and now Springdale.
Dr. Williams also graduated from the University of Arkansas ROTC program. She served on active duty in the Army for several years prior to attending veterinary school, and was commissioned into the U.S. Army as an officer in 1991. She has served in the military on active duty and in the Army Reserves since then. Currently, she is a Major in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps. She has been deployed to Africa, the Middle East, and most recently returned from Afghanistan.
Dr. Rachel Myers
Dr. Rachel Myers was born and raised in Ventura, California. She attended the University of California, Santa Cruz and graduated in 2011 with a BA in Human Psychology. Knowing her true passion was to work with animals, she had the unique opportunity to move to Arkansas in 2011 to continue her education at the University of Arkansas, where she graduated in 2014 with a BS in Animal Sciences, and a focus in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. During her time in school, she gained valuable experience working at this very clinic! She was accepted in 2015 to Mississippi State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Soon after graduating in 2019, she and her husband (whom she met while working at St. Francis), along with their 3 dogs and 2 cats, moved back to NWA.
Dr. Myers is so thrilled to come back to the clinic that shaped and inspired her journey into veterinary medicine. She enjoys soft tissue surgery, canine and feline behavior, dermatology, and orthopedic medicine. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family, working out and being active, and volunteering her time with animal rehabilitation. She LOVES pitbulls and bully breeds as they hold a very special place in her heart!
Dr. Emily Robertson
Dr. Emily Robertson grew up in the small town of Rayville, Louisiana with Labrador Retrievers, cats, rabbits, chickens, and an overall love of animals. Dr. Robertson received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University, where she graduated 2019. After vet school, she worked at Eastside Animal Hospital in Fort Smith, Arkansas for 3 years. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association. In 2020, she was named the Arkansas Young Scholar of the Year at Southwest Veterinary Symposium.
Dr. Robertson is married to Lane Robertson, a University of Arkansas alumnus. Together they have two dogs, Delta – a Chocolate Lab, Dudley – a Golden-Doodle, and Fin – a domestic shorthair cat. When not at work, she enjoys hiking, Orange Theory Fitness, and traveling with her family.
My name is Angelique Thompson and I am the Practice Manager at St. Francis Animal Hospital. I enjoy meeting, chatting with, laughing, sometimes comforting and getting to know pets and their owners on a closer level. My goal as Practice Manager is to continue to grow with the clinic and clients. Our clients pets and their well-being are most important to me.
I grew up in St Louis, moved to Arkansas 16 years ago and worked for another clinic as an practice manager for a few years. I now live in Prairie Grove and love living in the country. I am a mother of 5, so I understand multi-tasking and organized chaos. When it comes to pets, I have 3 dogs and 6 cats ranging from under one year to 20 years old. I love spending time with family and floating on the river in the summer. I hope to continue to grow and form long lasting relationships with our amazing clients and their pets.
Our Veterinary Assistants
Our Kennel Staff
Clinic Mascot Deceased July 2021.
Meet Sir Francis! Sir Francis came to us in 2012 after Dr. Williams delivered him by cesarean.
When he was around 4 months old, he came for a visit and never left! He is now our clinic mascot! Sir Francis loves people, animals and lots of attention!
His favorite activities are eating treats, getting belly rubs and sleeping. He has made the clinic a fun and inviting place for all!
Princess came to us in 2015 with her siblings.
After falling in love with her, she decided to make us her forever family! Princess is very loveable and wants constant attention!
Howie AKA Howard
My name is Howie and I am an orange domestic long haired cat!
I was adopted by Dr. Williams and St. Francis Animal Hospital from the local Animal Shelter at six weeks of age. Ever since, I have made St Francis my home. You will often see me in the lobby greeting my friends as they arrive! My hobbies include mostly eating and sleeping. I love attention, so don’t be afraid to pet me! Come by and see me!!