10110 Northcross Center Court 
Huntersville, NC 28078
(704) 439-0600
 
      


Dr. Alisha Fennell
    
 

     Dr. Alisha Fennell is one of the founding members of Carolinas Veterinary Care Clinic, since 2011. She grew up in Summersville, West Virginia where family dogs, cats, ferrets, and birds were a large part of her life. Dr. Fennell attended the University of South Carolina, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. During her third year of undergraduate she received early admittance and a scholarship to Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine near Auburn, Alabama. While in veterinary school she was  a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners and received awards for Outstanding Excellence in Veterinary Anesthesia and Pharmacology. Dr. Fennell completed an internal medicine preceptorship at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 where she met her now business partner Dr. Adams.  Her areas of interest lie in the field of Veterinary Dermatology, Surgery and Exotic Animal Medicine. Dr. Fennell lives in Lake Norman with her husband of 15 years and her 17 year old cat Reise.




 Dr. Alycen Adams 
  
 Dr. Adams is one of the founding members of Carolinas Veterinary Care Clinic, since 2011.

     Though I have grown to love and enjoy the urban lifestyle of Charlotte, NC, I grew up on a small farm in rural southwest Tennessee. It was this upbringing that made me realize my desire to be a veterinarian at a very early age. It also peaked my interest in learning about farm animals as well as companion animals. It was this upbringing that allowed me to have a childhood filled with pets and exposure to farm animals. I attended high school at Hardin County High School in Savannah, TN where I not only maintained my interest in veterinary medicine but also was a member of the soft ball team, the symphonic band and the marching band. After completion of high school my interest in veterinary medicine had only grown since childhood so I relocated to Martin, TN where I attended the University of Tennessee at Martin. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture with a major in Animal Science in May of 2003. While attending the University of Tennessee at Martin I was also invited to be a member of the university's symphonic band in which I played the flute and piccolo. Because of my love of music I became a member and eventually an officer of Sigma Alpha Iota the professional music fraternity for women. I was also honored to be a member of Alpha Zeta and Phi Kappa Phi Honor societies. It was during my first year of college that I was finally of age to work in the field of veterinary medicine and have been working in the veterinary field in some capacity ever since. This valuable experience further confirmed that Veterinary medicine was my desired career that I wanted to pursue. Upon completion of my Bachelor degree I accepted admission to The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in Knoxville, TN. While attending veterinary school I was a member of Alpha Psi Veterinary Professional Fraternity. I was accepted in the USDA animal health technician internship program for veterinary students during my second year of veterinary school. I participated in center of excellence projects working with the internal medicine and nutrition service at the University of Tennessee's Veterinary Teaching Hospital. I developed a strong interest in nutrition that has only grown while in practice. Early in my formal training I realized that I have a strong interest Endocrinology, Internal Medicine and bovine reproductive and herd medicine. I expanded my training in these areas through my clinical year and through various externships. Shortly after receipt of my degree as a doctor of veterinary medicine I participated in an additional internship at the University of California at Davis' research center where I furthered my knowledge and training in bovine reproduction and herd medicine. It was a great experience and I learned so much but the main thing I took away from the experience is that small animal medicine was my true passion and the direction I wanted to take my career. It made me realize how much I love helping people's pets because really I am helping their family members. It is truly rewarding to make people’s lives more complete by keeping their four legged family members happy and healthy. In order to fulfill this passion I accepted a job in the Charlotte, NC area and have been practicing small animal medicine since Fall 2007. Besides my passion for small animal medicine I continue to have a love of music of all genres and enjoy attending concerts. I also enjoy outdoor activities such as gardening and swimming. I enjoy attending live sporting events. Most of all I enjoy spending free time with friends, visiting Tennessee family and my dogs Patch and Mutt and my cat Tippy Tail, and spending time with her dog Flash.



Personal Biography - Dr. Jennifer Jones

     Dr. Jones has been a colleague of Dr. Adams and Dr. Fennell for many years. She is a graduate of Virginia Tech University, with a biology/pre-vet major. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2006, from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine after completing her clinical year at the University of Missouri. Dr. Jones grew up in Miami, FL with a love for animals at a very early age. Her special interests include feline medicine and soft tissue surgery. She attends many medical conferences to keep abreast of current developments in veterinary medicine, and has recently become proficient in the use of surgical lasers. She is licensed in South Carolina and North Carolina. Dr. Jones is a loving “mom” of two rescued pets: one amazing cat, Rave and a small hyper dog named Remy!




     


 
 
 
 
 
 
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