Dr. Rosenthal earned her BS degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences from Virginia Tech in 2000, and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. During her undergraduate study she was the starting first baseman for the Virginia Tech Softball team as well as member of Alpha Psi, a biology honors society. She spent her early years in Maryland but since college has called several states home, including Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Northern Virginia, and Montana.
Dr. Rosenthal’s veterinary career has been focused on small animal medicine and surgery. She most enjoys fostering the human-animal bond between her clients and their beloved fur-babies. To further assist with this effort Dr. Rosenthal completed the intensive International Veterinary Acupuncture Society course in acupuncture in 2012. She has incorporated acupuncture into her treatment options for many acute conditions, such as neck and back pain, intervertebral disc disease, and sports injuries, as well as chronic diseases such as arthritis, cancer pain control, chronic respiratory diseases, and many others.
Dr. Rosenthal is married with 2 young daughters. They share their home with rescue dogs named Lucy & Baron, a shelter kitty named Pixie, and a salt water fish tank. In her spare time, she loves to hike, camp, listen to music, and spend time soaking up the Montana sunshine.