About Us

Our Staff - Over 50 years of experience in the veterinary field

We work to keep your pet healthy and happy and to educate you to be a more knowledgeable pet owner.

 

Dr. David Bowen

Dr. David Bowen was raised on a farm near King in the Chestnut Grove community. He graduated from South Stokes High School and received his undergraduate degree in Animal Science from N.C. State University. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Bowen volunteered at King Veterinary Hospital during high school and college. In 1986, he bought the practice, then located on Meadowbrook Drive, from the previous owner, Dr. David Thompson. He moved the practice into the current hospital facility at 425 Kirby Road in October, 1995.

 

Dr. Bowen is a member of the AVMA, the NCVMA and the NC Small Animal Academy.

 

When he's not at work, Dr. Bowen enjoys acting in community theatre, playing clawhammer banjo, singing all kinds of music and laughing at his son's antics.

 

Jean

(Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant)

Originally from Miami, Florida, Jean has lived in several different states before settling in North Carolina. She loves her son David, horses, dogs and cats. She loves to work outdoors and read. Jean has 6 years experience in veterinary medicine.

 

Go Panthers!

 

Kelly
(Veterinary Assistant)

Kelly has roots in Surry County and has been working in veterinary medicine for the last 8 years. She would own more animals if her apartment allowed it.

 

She loves to horseback ride any chance she gets.

 

Tracey
(Veterinary Assistant)

Tracey hails from Yonkers, NY by way of Florida and Arizona. She has spent over 10 years working in veterinary medicine. She has a special love for the Boxer breed.

 

She loves to read and is a big Yankees fan.

 

Emerald
(Hospital Cat/Manager)
Emerald moved into our practice shortly after our move to Kirby Road in 1995. She can most often be found supervising the lobby from her perch on the laser printer. If her employees were better trained, she would be fed more often.

 

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