Our team consists of one primary doctor and two relief veterinarians who comes in on Saturdays to help out. We have one registered veterinary technician, multiple veterinary assistants, a handful of volunteer externs from the local veterinary technician school, and two kennel techs who care for our boarding animals.
Our well experienced Veterinarians strive to provide the best overall care for your fur-babies based on their individual needs. They focus on compassion, respect, professionalism, and communication when preforming services for your pet. They make sure that you understand each suggestion and diagnosis for your fur-baby and that you do not have any questions before you leave.
Dr. Davis graduated for North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. She has experience working in various types of practices which has given her a unique outlook on how she manages her hospital. Dr. Davis bought the practice in April 2020 and has adjusted how we operate to focus on individualized attention for patients and clients with care and compassion. Dr. Davis enjoys spending time with each fur-baby and strives to ensure the quality of their health and wellbeing
Our kind hearted receptionists strive to get you scheduled for a time that works best for you! They are the first faces and voices you are greeted with when you call or arrive at our hospital. They provide the best customer service possible to answer questions, reply to emails, and handle your payment professionally at the end of services.
Marissa joined the CVH family after spending time working with a local rescue. Her heart is always with the animals even when she is manning the phones and organizing our schedule.
Katherine recently joined the CVH team... bio pending
Our Veterinary Technicians and Assistants focus on handling your pet with care to make sure they are safe during all services and receive the vaccines, bloodwork, and extra services desired by you. They are well trained and can communicate effectively with you to discuss your fur-babies needs.
Isabel joined our team after a stint as an assistant at an emergency hospital. She brings a wealth of experience to our team while she also completes online veterinary technician classes.
Kristin joined our team after over a decade as a successful veterinary assistant, followed by several years as a manager of a thriving boarding facility. She brings not only a plethora of experience, but a bright and cheery approach to customer service and veterinary medicine.
Diann is a life-long animal lover and has a menagerie of animals at the home she shares with her husband. From dogs and cats to chickens and quail, Diann enjoys all her furry and feathered babies. Diann joined us in March 2022 and may transition to a more part-time once our other new receptionist is fully trained.
Our Kennel Technicians enjoy spending time with your fur-babies while you are away and make sure they receive the care, attention, and sense of security they deserve during their stay with us.
MacKayla is one of our long-time team members. She started in kennels then moonlighted as receptionist for a long while before becoming our kennel assistant-of-all-trades. She helps our veterinary assistants when she isn't working hands-on with our boarders and keeps our hospital sparkling.
Maddie is one of our longest-standing team members. She takes amazing care with all our boarders and knows all their favorite games and treats. Maddie has a special place in her heart for all cats, especially kittens. (pic pending)
Hannah is our newest kennel team member, but is no less experienced. She jumped right into the fray and hit the ground running, spoiling all the boarders and keeping the hospital clean as a whistle. (pic pending)
Does your pet suffer from anxiety from loud noises? July 4th celebrations are coming! Make sure to microchip your pet and don't wait until the last minute for medication refills! Make sure to keep your pet in a save, contained area during the festivities to reduce the risk of becoming lost when the country lets freedom ring! (image: express.co.uk)