Dr. Kelley Gebhardt
Hobbies: Dr. Gebhardt is happily married to her husband, Lee Allen (Director of Operations of HTVEC). In their limited spare time, Dr. Gebhardt and Lee enjoy spending time with their pets, hiking, paddle boarding, mountain biking, kayaking, and spending time outdoors.
Pets: Dr. Gebhardt and Lee share their home with their five furry children – two dogs (Wyatt & Josie Earp) and three cats (TJ Sexy Meow Meow, Nimbus, and Uno).
Dr. Joni Allgood
Background: Dr. Joni Allgood graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. While in veterinary school, Dr. Allgood worked with multiple groups pursuing her interests in exotic pets, zoological, and wildlife medicine. She also worked in research pertaining to reproduction in Pallas’ cats. Dr. Allgood worked in a small animal general practice prior to moving to the Winston-Salem area where she continues to work in general practice as well as emergency medicine. She continues to pursue her interest in diagnostic imaging and loves educating clients on how to keep their furry family happy and healthy!
Hobbies: Dr. Allgood enjoys spending time with her husband, Jon. They enjoy dancing, traveling, and cooking (although Dr. Allgood is usually her husband’s sous chef). Dr. Allgood also likes to read and watch movies and live performances.
Pets: Dr. Allgood shares her home with two dogs: Cassidy, a Chihuahua mix, and Riley, a Yorkshire Terrier along with the recent addition of a kitten named Koji.
Dr. Jennifer Wiegel
Hobbies: In her spare time, Dr. Wiegel enjoys spending time with her husband, Fredric. Together, they enjoy movie-going, traveling to new and exciting places, and solving escape rooms. Fun-fact about Dr. Wiegel: She has been to all 50 states and to 23 countries and counting! Dr. Wiegel also enjoys spending time outdoors and cross-stitching.
Pets: Dr. Wiegel and her husband share their home with four feline companions – Smokey Jo, Carolina Jane, Sergeant Boots, and Marigold Marie.
Dr. Danielle Barnes
Background: Dr. Danielle Barnes graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. Prior to attending veterinary school, Dr. Barnes was a veterinary nurse for several years working at some of the largest referral equine hospitals on the east coast. While in veterinary school, Dr. Barnes was Vice-President of the Radiology Club and took part in multiple research projects ranging from pain-management to myelomalacia. Her special interests are diagnostic imaging (including ultrasound and radiology), pain management, and complex internal medicine cases. Dr. Barnes is originally from Greensboro and is excited to bring her passion for veterinary medicine to help the fur babies in this community.
Hobbies: Dr. Barnes is a horse-girl through and through. As an avid hunter/jumper rider, she showed on the “C” and “A” rated circuit through high school as well as IHSA during undergrad. Although she hasn’t ridden since starting veterinary school, Dr. Barnes is excited to settle into her career and possibly buy or lease a horse in the future. Until then, she plans to continue playing tennis with her family on the weekends.
Pets: Dr. Barnes shares her home with her Scottish Fold, Levi with plans to add a new kitty in the near future!
Dr. Kayla Wafful
Dr. Annie Thomas
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