Dr. Stephanie Henry

Dr. Stephanie Henry joined our Emergency & Critical Care department in July of 2018. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Zoology from North Carolina State University. After graduation, she went on to become a member of the education department at Sea World of Orlando. This journey led her to pursuing a career as a veterinarian. She returned to North Carolina where she earned a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the same university where she earned her first degree.

She spent many years in small animal private practice before moving on to emergency work. She has extensive experience working with dogs and cats as well as smaller ‘pocket pets’ including ferrets, chinchillas, rats, snakes, lizards and turtles!

While living in North Carolina, Dr. Henry also worked closely with the Animal Advocates of Moore County by providing routine care for their rescued animals as well as spaying and neutering nearly 1,000 cats as an active participant in their feral cat program alone. Additionally, she has been involved with a variety of other North Carolina based Humane Societies and rescue organizations over the years. Furthermore, she has owned and operated her own charitable organization called Heart to Heart Animal Rescue since 2012 which provides low-cost Outreach Vaccine Clinics. Lastly, Dr Henry has also served as the Officer in Charge (OIC) in the US Army Reserves, Veterinary Corps for the past 10 years. Her military experience has allowed her access to additional training and the opportunity to participate in many humanitarian missions.

Dr. Henry’s dedication to the well-being of animals is inspiring! She is a valued and respected member of our Emergency department who will always do what is best for the pets she cares for.