Vets Pets unveils first veterinary dermatology clinic east of Raleigh, North Carolina


The practice is helping to address the need for veterinary dermatology care in this region.

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Vet Pets—a North Carolina cooperative veterinary clinic network—has furthered its expansion by debuting Carolina Veterinary Dermatology Clinic which opened on March 8, 2022. According to a company release, the new expansion provides specialized canine and feline skincare.1

"Skin and ear issues, often chronic, are the two most common health concerns for pet parents," explained Anne Doherty Hinn, DVM, DACVD, who opened Carolina Veterinary Dermatology Clinic in partnership with Vets Pets, in the release.1

"This can be uncomfortable for pets and frustrating for their owners. We create personalized solutions to ensure our patients receive immediate and long-term relief,” she added.

Doherty Hinn received her bachelor's degree in public health and nutrition from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned her DVM from North Carolina State University. She finished 2 years of small animal private practice, then returned to NCSU to complete a residency in veterinary dermatology. A North Carolina native, Doherty Hinn has resided in Raleigh for over 30 years.

"I'm thrilled! We were fortunate to find such a great partner in Dr. Hinn," said Steve Thomas, CEO of Vets Pets, in the release.1 "There are only 300 practicing board-certified dermatologists in the country, and we're eager to provide this much needed service to our communities."


Vets Pets opens only veterinary dermatology practice east of Raleigh, North Carolina. News release. Vets Pets. April 1, 2022. Accessed April 4, 2022.

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