We respect life and care deeply for animals in our community. Across the nation, millions of homeless and unwanted animals end up in shelters. More than 1.5 million are euthanized annually because there are simply not enough homes for them. Our goal is to prevent the needless euthanasia of companion animals by preventing unwanted litters through low-cost spay/neuter and affordable wellness veterinary care. We envision a world where all animals are treated with kindness and compassion and no companion animal is homeless or unloved.
OUR CARING AND COMPASSIONATE TEAM
Managing Veterinarian/Medical Director
Dr. Jennifer Campbell
Dr. Jennifer Campbell was born and raised in Archdale, North Carolina. She knew at an early age that she would like to be a veterinarian. While in high school, she often spent her spare time riding along with Lexington Large Animal and Surgery. During her time in college she worked as a veterinary assistant at Center Veterinary Hospital in High Point, NC. She earned her undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University with a major in Animal Science and minor in Agricultural Business Management. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Ross University while completing her clinical training at Iowa State University. As a veterinarian, Dr. Campbell has had the opportunity to practice on both large and small animals. She has found a great professional interest in surgery, preventative medicine, and obstetrics. At home on the farm, Dr. Campbell enjoys spending time with her son Wyatt, her husband Rob, her beagle Cooper, her rabbit Elsie and her array of farm animals. When she isn't taking care of animals, Dr. Campbell enjoys hiking, reading, camping and mowing. She and her husband, Rob are members of West Fairfield Baptist Church and are actively involved with the youth program.