Dr. Fryer graduated with Honors from Brown University with an AB in Development Studies, an interdisciplinary study of the developing world. She graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000.
Dr. Fryer completed a rotating internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery and a Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency at Texas A&M University. Dr. Fryer is Fear Free certified. She also has certifications as a Nutrition Coach and a Therapeutic Nutrition Coach (for sick pets).
In addition to her long experience in clinical small animal internal medicine practice, Dr. Fryer has extensive experience in telehealth, having founded and managed her own teleconsulting practice, Veterinary Answers, from 2007-2016. Veterinary Answers advised general practice and emergency veterinarians on their toughest cases. She also worked with Chewy on their Connect with a Vet platform from 2020-2023 providing both client teletriage as well as administrative project work. She is currently studying medical writing while performing internal medicine consultations.
Dr. Fryer has an industrial designer husband and a son in college, who both love computers, bicycles, and hiking. The Fryer pets include the fabulous Cleo (pictured), and Luke Skywalker, the best cat ever. When not obsessing over veterinary medicine, Dr. Fryer enjoys reading, gardening, baking, and hiking.