2017Welcome to Veterinary Health Center

Have you been looking for a different kind of veterinarian in the Saginaw, Michigan area?

Veterinary Health Center stays on top of the latest advances and trends in veterinary care, and you won't find a practice more dedicated to keeping your fur kids happy and healthy. From our Fear Free Veterinary Visits to our pet-specific waiting rooms, we welcome you inside to see for yourself how hard we work to make our patients as comfortable as possible.

Learn More About Our Fear Free Veterinary Certification

A Fear Free Veterinary clinic aims to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in pets. As a certified facility, we are extremely proud to be part of one of the most transformative initiatives in veterinary care. Our staff has worked through courses developed by the most respected experts in the world, and our goal is to keep our facilities, hospitalizations, procedures, intakes and discharge running smoothly with the animal's emotional wellbeing in mind.

For commitment and implementation of Fear Free Veterinary certification, we have enhanced our culture and leadership, client education, staff training, and more. This approach has had an incredibly positive impact on our practice and patients.

Yes, We Do Have Dog and Cat-Specific Waiting and Exam Rooms

We are Saginaw’s only Certified Cat-Friendly Practice through the American Association of Feline Practitioners. We have Feline Specific waiting and exam rooms, and the same accommodations for our canine patients.

If your pet is boarding with us, our newly remodeled kennels also feature separate rooms for cats and dogs. Karuna elevated dog beds are standard in our facility and are durable, easy to clean, and will provide excellent joint support for your pet. Our feline visitors have perching shelves as part of their amenities.

Our No. 1 Goal is Superior Service

From routine exams to laboratory and surgical services, we do it all. That includes digital radiology, dental care, and even K-Laser Therapy. We also microchip, and we're the only vet in Saginaw providing Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) services free of charge for feral and free-roaming cats.

Our educational programs for children and our community workshops are also free for Saginaw residents. Community Cat Shelter Builds are held twice a year, with materials provided and food served to everyone in attendance. 

Visit Us Today

Veterinary Health Center is located at 305 N Center Road in Saginaw. We're open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Stop by today to learn more about our facility or call (989) 793-2490 to make an appointment. Contact us.

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Tina Roggenbeck
    Veterinarian/Co-owner of VHC

    Dr. Tina and her husband Charlie, purchased VHC in November 2012. In May of 2001 Dr. Tina Roggenbeck graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University and joined the staff at Veterinary Health Center.

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  • Charlie Roggenbeck
    Co-owner of VHC, Finance Administrator

    Charlie retired from AT&T after 38 years. He and his wife, Dr. Tina purchased VHC in November 2012. Charlie partners with Dr. Tina to manage the business and operations aspect of the practice. He also helps care for their many pets, volunteers on the grounds crew at church and runs their hobby farm.

  • Lori Menard
    Practice Manager

    Lori began her career in the veterinary field in 2005. Lori and her husband Greg share their home with their dogs Sydney and Parker and their cats Homefree, Chop Stick and Iris. When not working she enjoys spending time with family, friends and her passion, her animals.

  • Chris Keller
    Veterinary Assistant

    Chris has worked in the veterinary field since 1988. She received her Bachelors degree from Michigan State University in Animal Science. Chris shares her home with her sister and her children along with adopted cats; Owen, Karma and Nova. When not working at Veterinary Health Center she enjoys arts and crafts, reading, cooking and of course animals.

  • Kara Hepworth
    Veterinary Assistant

    Kara received her B.A. in Criminal Justice from Ferris State University in 2018. She began working in the veterinary field in 2011. Her outside interests include animals, camping, hunting and fishing. Kara has two cats; Nemo and Kitten and a rescue dog, Jaxon that share her life.

  • Jennifer Fila
    Client Service Specialist

    Jennifer started working at Veterinary Health Center in 1999. She shares her home with her husband Joe,  daughter, son and rescue, Phoebe (feline). Jennifer enjoys traveling, attending sporting events, bowling and hanging out with family and friends.

  • Kevin Kelly
    Information/Technology Specialist

    Kevin started working in the veterinary field at Veterinary Health Center in 2014. He shares his home with his Aunt Mary and his Tonkenese cat, Kiki. Kevin brings a broad base of knowledge in computer technology to our clinic. When not working Kevin enjoys video games, T.V., music and computers.

  • Amanda Minor
    Kennel Surpervisor, Veterinary Assistant

    Amanda has worked at Veterinary Health Center since 2010. When not working she enjoys bowling, reading, photography, music, animals and getting tattoos. Amanda has been the photographer at our Open House each December. She shares her home with her dogs Maxx & Jack and her cat Tyrone.

  • Sherry Hickey
    Veterinary Assistant

    Bio coming soon..


Read What Our Clients Say

    Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. They made both of my cats and my dog feel as if they were at home, which made me very comfortable! I am excited to get to know everyone there and thrilled that I found a facility that will care for my critters with as much love and adoration as I do.

    Cassy K.

    We took our dog there for the first time and was very impressed by the caring everyone gave to us! Would highly recommend you take your animals there!!

    Holly R.

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Veterinary Health Center | Saginaw, MI

Office Hours

Veterinary Health Center

305 N Center Rd Saginaw, MI 48638


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm