Troy L. Cobb, DVM, Medical Director

DVM, Texas A&M University



Born in Oklahoma, Dr. Cobb’s family moved to Carrollton, Texas when he was a child. He spent part of his teenage years on a small farm in Grandview, Texas raising hens, hogs, heifers, and hay. He received his Associate’s Degree in Science from Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas then attended Texas A&M University from 1986-1993. He received his B.S. in Biology, and was awarded his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from The College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University.

Dr. Cobb was employed by Aardvark Veterinary Hospital after completing college from 1993-1996 and then went on to work 9 wonderful years with The North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic in Carrollton. He has been with VCA Central Expressway Animal Hospital since 2005, a hospital that has been existence for over 50 years. VCA Central Expressway Animal Hospital is AAHA accredited.

Dr. Cobb currently has three dogs, Rhubarb, Barney, and Pepe, along with two senior cats, Mikey and Spanky. In addition, various chickens run about his back yard wrecking havock on their yard and bugs.

Dr. Cobb enjoys soft tissue surgery.  He also performs several dental procedures weekly. He believes that all cats and dogs should be on monthly parasite prevention to improve health and quality of life as well as to protect their human families from parasites, and the diseases which fleas and ticks carry.

Dr. Cobb is a member of Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medial Association  as well as Veterinary Emergency Critical Care Society. He is a proud supporter of Public Radio KERA and KXT in the Dallas area. He is a member of the 365 Club for The Resource Center Dallas. He is a Century Club member with The Association of Former Students at Texas A&M.

Dr. Cobb contributed funds to help establish The Veterinary Class of ’93 Endowed Scholarship fund. He has established The Janet Richardson Cobb Endowed Scholarship at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University. He is currently establishing an endowed scholarship at Hill College.