Meet our Doctors!

Meet the Veterinarians of Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

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Meet Our Doctors

Meet the friendly veterinarians at Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital!

Jim D Guntharp
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Dr. Guntharp, DVM

Medical Director 2022-Present

Education:

DVM, Louisiana State University, 1978 BS, Arkansas State University, 1975

Experience:

  • Owner and Operator, Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital, 1979-2022
  • Osceola Animal Hospital, 1978-1979

Personal:

Dr. Guntharp grew up in the Jonesboro area. He is married to Kurtiss Guntharp, has four sons, Daniel, Joshua, Jacob, and Luke, and is a very proud grandfather. The Guntharp’s other family members include many pets, including 4 cats, Chloe, Frisky, Oreo, and Shadow, and an African Grey Parrot named Jericho (who you may have seen in our clinic lobby). Dr. Guntharp is active in his church and has gone on mission trips to Lima, Peru.

Fun Facts:

Dr. Guntharp enjoys spending time on his cattle ranch. He also enjoys teaching the men at his church and has done so for 20 years.

Gary Strickland
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Dr. Strickland, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Education:

  • Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital, 1986-present
  • BS, Arkansas State University, 1979, Zoology
  • BS, Arkansas State University, 1986, Animal Science

Experience:

Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital, 1986-present

Personal:

Dr. Strickland grew up in Lepanto. Married to Lisa Strickland, with one daughter, Savannah. Dr. Strickland is a past board member of the Arkansas Veterinary Review Board.

Fun Facts:

Dr. Strickland enjoys axe throwing and target practice. He also enjoys home improvement and working on his house.

Everett Rogers
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Dr. Rogers, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Education:

  • DVM, University of Missouri, 1975 BS, University of Arkansas, 1971, Agriculture

Experience:

  • Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital, 1995-present Rogers Animal Clinic, 1975-1995
  • Dr. Rogers is the 2023-2024 President of the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association

Personal:

Dr. Rogers grew up in the Paragould area. Married to Sandy Rogers, with three sons, Mike, Brian, and Casey, he is also a very proud grandfather. He owned his own practice in Paragould for many years before selling it and coming to work with us. Dr. Rogers is a past board member of the Arkansas Veterinary Review Board.

Fun Facts:

During the summer of 1966, Dr. Rogers spent 8 weeks in Denmark as an International 4-H Youth Exchange participant. Also, at this year’s Winter Meeting he was appointed as the Trustee for District 3 (NE Arkansas) for the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association).

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Dr. Robinson, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Education:

  • DVM, Tuskegee University, 1988
  • BS, Arkansas State University, Zoology

Personal:

Dr. Robinson was raised in Pocahontas, AR, and went to Pocahontas High School before continuing her education at Arkansas State University. From there she pursued her DVM at Tuskegee University in Alabama where she graduated with her degree in 1988. She worked with the JFPH family for several years before expanding into new ventures. Now, Dr. Robinson returns to us from taking a long hiatus to work in veterinary emergency medicine and participate in drug development for cats and dogs. She shares her home with several furry family members and enjoys reading sci-fi novels.

Carol Robison

Dr. Robison, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Education:

  • DVM, Louisiana State University, 1978
  • Undergrad University of Arkansas 1971-1974

Experience:

Dr. Robison has been a part of several practices and has served as a Veterinarian for (this many years). Throughout her career she has owned Animal Medical Center in Olive Branch, MS for 13 years, has been a relief Veterinarian, and was a Vet Tech Director.

Personal:

Dr. Robison shares her home with two cats, C.C. and Lewis, and has 11 grandchildren she adores.

Fun Facts:

Dr. Robison enjoys spending time outside in her garden, planting perennials and her favorite plants are lavender and lemon grass. She likes anything that has a lot of red color to it.

Carol Robison

Dr. Grumbling, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Hannah Grumbling is from Gold Canyon, AZ, and in 2023 she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University. Her professional interests include large animal medicine, CPR methods for small and large animal patients, and herd health management. She takes pride in her relationships with her furry patients and their families. Dr. Grumbling loves all animals and people! Outside of her veterinary work, she enjoys studying different languages, reading, making crafts, and spending time outdoors. A fun fact about Dr. Grumbling: She hopes to one day practice veterinary medicine in developing countries where it can be used as a tool to break poverty cycles and improve human health. Her beloved pets include 2 guinea pigs named Poppy & Petunia, a mother daughter pair!