Are you looking for a veterinarian that specializes in farm animals?
Dr. Mozzachio operates a mobile practice exclusively for miniature pigs. Kristie Mozzachio received her DVM from North Carolina State University in 2001, completed an anatomic pathology residency there in 2004, and became certified in veterinary acupuncture at the Chi Institute in 2015. Dr. Mozzachio currently works as a freelance toxicologic pathologist and operates a mobile “pet pig exclusive” practice serving the states of NC, VA, MD, PA and NJ. She provides consults on pet pigs as well as research minipigs both nationally and internationally, serves as a veterinary advisor for Ross Mill Farm & Piggy Camp and GroinGroin Refuge (in France), has lectured on the species at numerous meetings, and most recently has co-authored minipig chapters in the Exotic Animal Formulary & Diseases of Swine. She currently owns 2 minipigs, the oldest 21 years of age.
Dr. Swink operates Hoof and Horn Mobile Veterinary Services. Shannon Swink, DVM grew up in TN in suburbia, with a horse farm next door. She was a constant pest at the farm, until she finally got her own horse at a young age. She has always loved animals and vet school seemed like the natural fit. She graduated from the University of Tennessee Vet School in 2003 and and practiced on equines for several years, before learning the joys of large/farm animal practice as well. After moving to North Carolina in 2010, she started her own practice, Hoof and Horn Mobile Veterinary Services, and enjoys working with goats, sheep pigs, cows, llamas, alpacas, and horses. She has 4 horses and 4 goats presently, as well as 3 cats and Daisy, her truck dog.
Wilkes Veterinary Hospital in North Wilkesboro, NC offer veterinary services for miniature pigs.
1007 Second Street, N. Wilkesboro, NC 28659
Dr. Bremser operates Quail Roost Animal Hospital in Rougemont, NC. Dr. Kate Bremser is a 2008 graduate of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine. She followed graduation with a private practice internship in Equine Internal Medicine and General Practice and was subsequently hired as an associate. In 2010, she struck out on her own opening Dogwood Mobile Equine providing on farm equine lameness, preventative care, and sports medicine services. Dr. Bremser joined the team at Quail Roost Animal Hospital in 2012 and began working with both small and large animals as well as expanding her repertoire to include canine, feline, porcine, ovine, equine, and bovine patients. In 2014, she became the owner of QRAH and continues to provide mixed animal services in Rougemont and surrounding areas.
120 Quail Roost Farm Rd, Bahama, NC 27503