All posts by Heal

Dr. Heather Meyer Bio

Dr. Meyer practices the highest quality of care for all her patients but has special interests in preventative care, soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and diagnostic ultrasound.

Dr. Kristan Riley Bio

Having always loved the “ER” television shows, she just knew she wanted to be a doctor someday.

Dr. Wendy Crouse Bio

Dr. Wendy loves providing preventative care from the youngest of patients to the oldest.

Dr. Emily Andersen Bio

An avid explorer, Dr. Emily has been fortunate to enjoy a wide breadth of experiences with animals abroad and stateside.

Dr. Kathryn Jones Bio

As Kathryn Jones was winding down her career with the U.S. Postal Service, she began thinking about what was next. One thing was clear: she wanted to touch the lives of companion animals.

Dr. Regina Watters Bio

When Regina Watters was a child, she already knew she wanted to work with animals.

Dr. April Ward Bio

A high school teacher dampened Dr. Ward's dream of being a veterinarian... Finally, she decided to follow her dream, and after several years of hard work, she graduated from NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Shanda Streeter Bio

My practice as a general practitioner presents me with new experiences and opportunities to problem solve each day. Performing physical exams in the comfort of the pet’s normal environment allows me to gather the most accurate information in order to be able to help my patients.

Holiday hazards

Your house may be hazard proof normally, but new hazards present themselves during the holidays.

Euthanasia: a difficult decision

Euthanasia is a difficult decision. Resources are available to help you weigh your options.

Signs of dog aggression

At what point should your dog's protectiveness be considered aggression?


Time and time again, microchips have helped reunite pets with their families after major weather events and when pets simply. get lost. Know the facts.

First aid for pet poisoning

Accidental poisonings are threats to pets. Learn how to avoid and prepare for this danger.

What I’ve learned about puppy training so far

Training our crazy ball of fur.

An adopted puppy stirs life up

A new puppy in the house brought challenges, but she ultimately has enriched our family's life.