Benjamin C. Rothlisberger, DVM

Dr. Benjamin C. Rothlisberger is a General Practitioner of the Fredericktown Animal Hospital. He first joined the practice in 1999.

Originally from Pilot Knob, Missouri, Dr. Rothlisberger says that he was motivated to become a veterinarian after emptying his piggy bank as a child to treat a stray dog with demodectic mange. Now that he is a veterinarian he says he enjoys the feeling of making a difference in our clients' and their pets' lives.

Dr. Rothlisberger attended the University of Missouri – Columbia where he studied animal science. During veterinary school he won the Large Animal Surgery Award and graduated with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 from the University of Missouri – College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Rothlisberger is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association. He is also a member of the Farmington School Board and the Life Church of Farmington.

Dr. Rothlisberger has three children: Rachel, Tanner and Evvie. He provides a home for a number of pets that includes dogs, cats, horses, cows, rabbit, fish, turkeys, chickens, and donkeys

Dr. Rothlisberger's interests include farming, hunting, fishing, restoring old cars and time with his family.