Dr. Kris Moger, DVM
Dr. Kris Moger grew up in Connecticut, and received her DVM degree from the University of Florida in 1992. After completion of an internship in small animal medicine and surgery, she became an emergency clinician with employment in Stratford and New Haven, CT. Dr. Moger also served as an adjunct professor at Quinnipiac College, teaching Clinical Pathology to students in the Veterinary Technology program. She was later hired as the Director of Clinical Services at the New Haven Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine. In 1997, Dr. Moger relocated to Monterey, CA, where she continued working as an ER doctor. In 1999, Dr. Moger purchased her first practice in the central valley town of Madera, CA.
She realized her opportunity to develop a lower quality one-doctor practice into a full service hospital with three doctors, a large, well-trained support staff, and a beautiful modern facility. Dr. Moger was able to sell her practice and relocate to Incline Village with her husband and eight-year-old daughter in June of 2013.
Although Dr. Moger cherished her time off, she missed the challenges of veterinary medicine and purchased the Incline Veterinary Hospital in October of 2014. Dr. Moger loves being an integral part of this wonderful community and continues to strive to strengthen the bond between Incline Pets and their human families.
Dr. Moger's professional interests include emergency medicine and surgery, clinical pathology, and care of "pocket pets" (rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rats, hamsters, etc.). Her other interests include baseball (a huge NY Yankee fan!), and she is an avid softball player and coach. She loves to ski, hike, camp, and is also an NAFC-certified fitness instructor. Dr. Moger is also involved in the annual Incline Star Follies as a dancer and choreographer. She and her family enjoy the company of two dogs, Marty and Toby, and two cats, Tessa and Parker.