Eric Krauss, DVM — Chief of Staff
Dr. Eric Krauss, our Chief of Staff, received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 from The Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. Before coming to Franklin County Animal Hospital in 2000, he worked in Christiansburg and Roanoke in small animal practices and in an emergency/critical care facility. His areas of professional interest include orthopedic surgery, cardiology, emergency medicine, and diagnostic ultrasound.
When not working or chasing his children, Dr. Krauss enjoys hunting, photography, and just being outdoors. He lives in Callaway with his wife, five children, six cats, five dogs, 12 goats, and entirely too many chickens. He is an active member of Highland United Methodist Church and enjoys assisting with youth group activities.
Janice Annis, DVM
Dr. Janice Annis received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2008 and a bachelor's degree in Animal Science in 1998, both from Virginia Tech. She has worked in veterinary hospitals in the Roanoke area, the New River Valley, Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Her special interests include small dogs, cats, and exotic companion mammals, which is to say, almost any pet with fur. Dr. Annis also enjoys soft tissue surgery, dental surgery, pain management, and geriatric pet care. One of her favorite jobs was working closely with a colony of baboons, long-tailed macaques and Rhesus monkeys.
Although Dr. Annis loves her patients, she is also passionate about pet owners. "Honesty, kindness and compassionate care of pets and people is central to everything I do."
Sarah Giambuzzi, DVM
Dr. Sarah Giambuzzi was born and raised in Philadelphia Pennsylvania but came to Virginia for vet school and fell in love with the people and mountains. She received her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Virginia Tech in 2015, her certification in veterinary acupuncture from Colorado State in 2013 and her Master's degree in physiology in 2007 from Penn State. Her special interests include surgery, acupuncture, critical care and pain management.
Dr. Giambuzzi lives outside of Roanoke with her husband and four dogs. Two of her furbabies are 'pit bulls', and she has a passion for the breed! Outside of work, Dr. Giambuzzi loves hiking, horseback riding, travel and winter sports.