Dr. Jack Brown grew up in a small community just outside of Fayetteville. He knew at a young age that he wanted to be a veterinarian. After graduating from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 1974, he worked in private practice in eastern North Carolina for several years. In 1978, he returned to his hometown of Fayetteville to start his own practice, Northgate Animal Hospital.
North Carolina State University, University of Georgia Veterinary School
Surgery, ultrasonography, exotics, avian medicine
Spending time with his grandchildren, going to the beach, golfing
Dr. Dale Brown grew up around veterinary medicine, going to work with his father, Dr. Jack Brown. Loving every aspect of the profession, he knew this is what he wanted to do. As an undergraduate student, he gained experience with different facets of the profession, including veterinary medical and clinical research. After graduating from veterinary school in 2001, he came back to serve the people and pets of his hometown.
North Carolina State University and College of Veterinary Medicine
Minimally-invasive surgery, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, dentistry
Spending time with his family and goldendoodles, running, skiing
Having grown up with a physician father, Dr. Jenny became interested in medicine at an early age. During high school, she began to lean towards veterinary medicine due to her love for animals. This led her to work for a small animal veterinarian in Winston-Salem before heading to veterinary school. In 2005, she joined her fellow classmate, Dr. Dale, at Riverbark. Dr. Jenny is also certified in physical therapy (CCRT).
University of South Carolina, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Animal rehabilitation and physical therapy, feline medicine, dentistry
Working on her farm, traveling, learning about antiques