Deb joined MCH in May of 2014. After retiring from a career in the information technology industry and moving to Raleigh, Deb arrived here to fulfill a long-term goal of working with people and their pets in an exceptional veterinary practice. Deb is passionate about cats and their care and served as a kennel volunteer for cat rescue organizations for over 10 years. Deb and her husband Kent share their home with three cats and three dogs. Deb enjoys travel, walking her dogs, cooking, and getting together with three daughters, family members, and friends.
Jennifer joined MCH’s team in October 2006. Starting in high school, Jennifer gained nearly 5 years of experience in the veterinary field as a Kennel Caretaker and Veterinary Receptionist. She spent almost 2 years away from MCH to explore other interests, but was happy to return part-time in 2013. Jennifer is married with one son, Chance, who was born January 2014.
In her free time, Jennifer enjoys painting, reading, cooking and spending time with her family.
Gabby joined MCH’s team in August 2016. When she is not working part-time you can find her pursuing her degree in Agriculture Business Management with a minor in Animal Science at North Carolina State University. She has been passionate about all animals since a young age. Before coming to the veterinary field she worked as a kennel caretaker for cats and dogs. In her free time she enjoys cooking, doing yoga, and spending time with her animals at home including two cats, a dog, and two horses.
Kylie joined the MCH team in April of 2016. Immediately after earning a Bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University in 2012, she entered the veterinary field working in a cat-only practice for nearly three years. She believes cats are the most fun animals with which to work.
At home she has two cats of her own along with an entourage of other animals to keep them company. She spends many weekends vending at conventions along the East coast selling handcrafted products. In her free time she paints and enjoys time in nature.