DeWana Anderson, DVM
Dr. Anderson has been with The Animal Hospital of Carrboro since 2003 and practice owner since 2009. She grew up in Church Hill, TN and went to both undergraduate and veterinary school at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, graduating in 1994. Dr. Anderson loves all aspects of veterinary medicine, but has a keen interest in geriatric cats and runs the radiation treatment center (RadCats) here for hyperthyroid cats.
Dr. Anderson has lived in Carrboro for more than 20 years and enjoys being part of the great community here. She’s served on the boards of Orange County Animal Services, Orange County Board of Health and Paws4ever. Currently, she serves as the veterinary advisor for Southeastern German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue.
Dr. Anderson has two dogs, Tag (a great example of a SEGSPR rescue pointer) and Rocket, and two cats, Emmy Lou and Watson, and can be found most afternoons on the Bolin Forest trails walking with the pups, always with a eye out for a box turtle. Other interests are travel, reading, and other people’s art. She’s tried gardening, painting, and cooking but failed miserably at all.
Eve Boggs, DVM
Eve grew up in the foothills of South Carolina. She attended Texas A&M undergrad for a short time before transferring to The University of Georgia where she graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She is married to her vet school sweet heart, Jamie, and they have 2 boys, Kenan and Rowan. They have lived in North Carolina since 2007 and moved to Chapel Hill in 2019.
They also have 2 cats (Cloud and Perry) and 3 leopard geckos (Ming, Nelly and Fatty). They have not replaced their two geriatric dogs yet, but she assures us that she loves dogs as well.
Eve’s veterinary passion is client education. She believes that a partnership with the pet parent and veterinarian is the best way to ensure that your pet lives a long and happy life.
When she is not at TAH, Eve enjoys baking sourdough bread, eating sourdough bread, crocheting, listening to audiobooks and drinking wine with sourdough bread.
Kiley Daube, DVM
Dr. Daube grew up in Virginia Beach, VA. She earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine from the vet school at Virginia Tech.
After graduation, she completed a year-long internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at a private practice referral center in Fairfax, VA. This was followed by an additional year of training in cancer medicine during an Oncology Internship at the University of Pennsylvania’s vet school in Philadelphia.
Tired of the cold weather, Dr. Daube and her husband moved to Charleston, SC where she gained experience in shelter medicine and small animal private practice. Her family eventually relocated to Raleigh and Dr. Daube took a position performing surgery all day-every day at a local spay/neuter clinic while looking for her home in private practice.
Dr. Daube has two young children that keep her busy - Ellie and Henry. Her four-legged family includes a Redbone Coonhound rescue named Zack Morris Daube and one elderly, but bossy, cat named Zoey.
Her professional interests include internal medicine (especially oncology) and management of complicated and chronic conditions. She also enjoys surgery and the variety of cases that private practice offers. A perpetual learner, Dr. Daube is always looking for ways to further develop her veterinary skills.
Dr. Daube loves reading, time with her family, warm summer weather, and riding with the windows down in her Jeep.
Kim LoGuidice, DVM
Amy Sheffield lives in Chapel Hill with her husband, their dog Shelby Blue, and one-eyed kitten Leela. Originally from Kentucky, Amy received her B.S. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Louisville. She joined The Animal Hospital of Carrboro team as an assistant in 2015 and is currently an administrative assistant. In her free time, Amy enjoys hiking, camping, traveling, reading, gardening, meditation, reiki, and quality time with her family.
Jennifer grew up in New Bern, where there was always a family dog to love. After studying history at Campbell University, serving in the Army Reserve, and living in Germany for three years, she moved back to NC with her husband. She has worked at multiple veterinary hospitals in the Triangle area. Her hobbies include playing with her dogs Beauregard and Remy, reading, and running.
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Lindsey Reavis, RVT
Lindsey graduated from CCCC with an Associate’s degree in Applied Science in Veterinary Medical Technology in 2010. She passed her national and state exams to receive her RVT credentials. Lindsey has been working at The Animal Hospital since 2010 and truly enjoys the comraderie of her work family. She lives in Durham with her husband Joel and their two sons, Emery and Arlo. They share their house with 3 cats and 1 dog named Spice that Lindsey adopted from CCCC. Her interests include gardening, camping, fishing and anything to do with pollinators.
Kimi Frazier, RVT
Kimi, a Dallas, TX native, moved to the Triangle in the summer of 2017. She graduated from CCCC with a degree in Veterinary Medical Technology in May 2020, and has since passed national and state board exams to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. Kimi lives with her partner, Josh, and their 4 dogs – Eva, Charlie, Mowgli, and Angus, plus their crazy cat named Creature. When not at work, you can find her at local wrestling shows and concerts, and playing in the backyard with her pack of rowdy dogs.
Josie Carmona grew up in Titusville, FL and moved to NC to attend NC State University. She graduated from NC State with her B.A. in Animal Science and has worked with animals for a number of years. Before joining The Animal Hospital, Josie worked as the adoption manager at Paws4ever and continues to stay involved with shelter work by volunteering and fostering. Josie lives in Chapel Hill with her fiancé, Dylan, and their two rescue dogs, Mister Mac and Kiara. In her free time, Josie loves spending time with her fiancé and dogs, hanging out with friends, traveling, and anything that involves animals.
Seth was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida. He received his bachelors of science degree in Radiologic Technology (Radiology) at Keiser University in 2010. He lived in Carrboro for 3 years and then moved to Charleston in 2013. After 3 years away from home, he decided to return to the great town of Carrboro to once again work at The Animal Hospital. Seth is excited to be back working here and exploring North Carolina once again.
I was born and raised in Burlington NC. I have a bachelors degree is exercise and sports science, coached middle school basketball for a couple of years and decided that pets were more pleasant. I’ve worked in this field for 8+ years now. I live on a farm in the Burlington area with my crazy zoo! I have 12 chickens, horse named Mister Pickles and a donkey, as well as 3 dogs (Prince, Banner, and Thanos), two sweet kitties, and a bearded dragon. When not working I enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, swimming, 4wheeling and fishing. Just recently engaged and trying not to become a bridezilla while planning a wedding!
That’s the best I could do, haha.
Cameron has always had a fondness for animals. Probably because he wandered off from home when he was 6 and was raised by a pack of feral forest Schnauzers that took him in as one of their own. This may not be true, but it would explain a lot. He returned to the human world a few years later but still misses his other family, which is why he now works with dogs and why he walks around in circles before going to the bathroom. When he’s not at his job he can be seen walking his dog/roommate/attorney Benjamin "Baxter" Birney around town. He is also an avid movie lover and co-hosts a radio & Youtube series called Matinee Prices, which you can listen to every Saturday night at 7PM on WCOM 103.5 or wcomfm.org.
Sydney TreptowThe Animal Hospital of Carrboro
Butters, a.k.a. Margarine, joined our team from Orange County Animal Services and is as sassy as she is cute. Butters’ favorite activities include antagonizing her sister and demanding attention and treats. She will sit in any available lap.
Tuna is a voluptuous cross-eyed beauty who joined our team from Orange County Animal Services. She loves sunbathing and lunch time. Her hobbies include lounging and and greeting all of her friends on the stairs. Tuna is a master cuddler and loves being the center of attention.