Anne grew up in Goldsboro, a small town in eastern North Carolina and had a wide variety of pets growing up, including dogs, a duck, a pig and even a white mouse. Anne attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Advertising. Anne spent the next twenty plus years working in advertising, sales, marketing and human resources up and down the east coast. She never knew she would be lucky enough to work in a veterinary hospital!
Outside of the animal clinic, Anne spends her time running, gardening and cooking for friends.
Furry Friends: Anne recently lost her geriatric rescue pup, Happy, but is looking forward to opening her heart to another wonderful dog soon.
Medical Team Leader
Miranda graduated from Fort Lewis College in Colorado with a degree/license in Elementary Education. She is currently working on her Master’s Degree in Public Health at University of North Carolina. In her free time she enjoys hiking, camping and spoiling her dog Ollie.
Furry Friends: Ollie, a miniature Australian Shepherd
Veterinary Assistant/Patient Care Coordinator
Jess was born and raised in Georgia. She recently moved to North Carolina with her 3 children in October 2018. Jess went to school in Georgia for nursing but soon realized that animals were her passion. She has been involved with animals since elementary school helping with rescues and shelters which caused her to pursue her career in the animal field. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends fishing, having cook outs, and having lazy Sundays at home watching movies with her kids and fiancé and cooking Sunday dinner.
Furry friends: Tara (the diva), a 5 year old Staffordshire Terrier, Teddy Bear hamster named Chubbs and a tiny Russian hamster named Storm. She also has Lola, an 8 year old pit mix that is living with her sister in Ohio to help with her rescue dog’s anxiety, and 2 rescue cats Oreo and Spazz that live with her aunt in Georgia due to too much stress on them while moving. They are now happy spoiled house cats.
Haley grew up in Cary, North Carolina and moved to the Pittsboro area with her family 2 years ago. She went to Central Community College and attended the Veterinary Medical Technology program, graduating with an Associates of Arts and Science in 2016. Haley is currently attending an online bachelor’s program at St. Petersburg College in the same field of study and plans on graduating in 2021. She has a passion for working with animals and has experience in emergency and general practice. Haley loves learning and studying about exotics and has a goal to work at an aquarium or zoo in the future. Haley spends her free time with family and friends and with her bearded dragon, Frankie!
Furry and Scaly Friends: Bearded dragon named Frankie and two Jack Russell terriers named Hazel and Caroline
Jeff moved to North Carolina when he was fourteen years old. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jeff received his MS in Environmental Science at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he studied the human dimensions of wildlife management. During this time, he worked in science education and environmental outreach. Later, Jeff became involved with animal rescue and worked at Best Friends Animal Society in Kanab, UT, and volunteered at the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County. He moved back to North Carolina in 2013 with a host of rescued and adopted dogs and cats.
Furry Friends: Jeff has a full house of seniors. Four dogs: Tie, Angelica, Bethany, & Indy. Five cats: Pixel, Zipper, Bumper, Macky, and Aiden.
Super Star Veterinary Intern
Natalie has been shadowing Dr. Robertson since high school. She has a passion for zoo medicine, wildlife conservation and species preservation. After graduating from East Chapel Hill High School Natalie pursued her undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech. Natalie is in the process of applying to veterinary schools. We know any school would be lucky to have Natalie in their veterinary program!
Furry Friend: Grover, a sweet dog we suspect is a corgi-daschund cross.
Michelle was born and raised in southern California. She moved to North Carolina in 2017. Michelle comes to us from Green Beagle Lodge where you would see her out in the yard with your pups. In her free time, she loves to go camping, hiking, and spending time with friends/family.
Furry Friends: Anna the husky/greyhound, Titus the Red nose pit bull
Registered Veterinary Technician
Hannah grew up in Cary, North Carolina. She attended Miller-Motte College and obtained a degree in Veterinary Technology. Working a variety of different jobs as a registered veterinary technician has exposed her to various different types of animals and people. Her passion is anesthesia. Sally and Raven are her two furbabies and keep her busy hiking and spending as much time as possible outdoors. Most of her family members are in the triangle area and she spends as much time as possible with them.