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Dr. Jay attended NC State University for his undergraduate degree in Animal Science. He then went on to obtain his doctorate in veterinary medicine at Ross University. Dr. Jay has a special interest in preventative medicine and internal medicine. He opened LPAC in 2018, hoping to combine a small clinic’s personal feel with up-to-date and advanced medicine. Jay is married to Jessica and has two children, Addison and Jack. They also have their beloved pet, Ruby. When away from the clinic, Dr. Jay enjoys grilling and cooking, exercising, and traveling.
Casie has always been passionate about helping animals since she was a child. She began working in the veterinary field after graduating in 2013. Starting as a kennel assistant, she has worked up to become a vet assistant and our office manager. During her free time, she enjoys traveling & exploring the outdoors with her fiancé and their three dogs. (Kenny, Lola, and Khaleesi)
Abbey Sikes started working in the Veterinarian field ever since she was in High School. This was when she knew helping furry friends was her dream. Currently, Abbey is a veterinarian assistant but started from the bottom and worked her way up. Abbey has excelled in almost every part of Vet Med, including passion that doesn’t come from a textbook. If Abbey is not working, you can find her at the lake with her fur baby, Honey, hiking a trail or hanging out with her family and friends.
Chloe Keziah started working in the Veterinarian field in 2016, where she started her internship to become a veterinarian assistant. Starting by volunteering in the kennel, Chloe worked her way up as she continued her education. Now a certified vet assistant with many acquired skills, she can live out her passion daily by going to work. Outside work, you can find Chloe on her family’s farm helping the livestock or with her fur baby, Maverick.
Samantha Thomas started working in the veterinarian world in 2022, where she can live out her passion for working with animals. Since the age of 8, Samantha has been rescuing animals like raccoons, dogs, cats, and even birds. Currently, she is working on getting her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. When she is not working, you can find her playing with her two fur babies, Rocco and Leo. She enjoys being on a boat in the lake or adventuring new terrain.