Our Team

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Meet Our Team

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Dr. Aaron Wolf

Owner, Veterinarian

Dr. Wolff's Bio

Dr. Aaron Wolff was born and raised in Herndon, VA, just outside of Washington, D.C. Dr. Wolff has had a love of animals from the start, and knew from a young age that veterinary medicine would be his career. His childhood included a seemingly endless plethora of pets including dogs, cats, ferrets, guinea pigs, mice, hamsters, rabbits and ducklings.

As a graduate student pursuing his degree in veterinary medicine, Dr. Wolff spent his summers performing pro-bono spay and neuter surgeries at Angels of Assisi, a low-cost, no-kill adoption center in Roanoke Virginia. After earning his veterinary degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010, Dr. Wolff returned to Northern Virginia to practice. Years later life came full-circle when he returned as a practicing physician to Clocktower Animal Hospital, a popular Northern Virginia hospital where he originally apprenticed as an undergraduate.

In July 2015 Dr. Wolff and his family relocated to North Carolina and purchased (what was then named) the AMC of Garner, now AMC of Garner Veterinary Hospital. In Spring 2016 Dr. Wolff’s love and compassion for animals lead him to pursue and complete his Fear Free Certification, making him one of the first veterinarians in Wake County and surrounding areas to earn the Fear Free Certification.

Dr. Wolff’s professional interests include internal medicine, nutrition, dentistry and physical therapy. He very much enjoys working closely with clients and educating them on areas specific to the needs of their animals. Dr. Wolff has a deep love for animals and firmly believes that all animals deserve love, kindness and exceptional healthcare.

Dr. Wolff and his wife (hospital administrator) Jessica, have two young children: hockey loving and self-proclaimed Puppy Greeter, Ella and her little brother Julian. Dr. Wolff has two much loved (and very spoiled) shelter dogs, Trevi and Turkleton. When Dr. Wolff’s kids and fur babies aren’t getting his undivided attention, you can find him pounding the pavement as he trains for his next marathon or chasing down hockey scores.

 

Dr. Hannah Anderson

Associate Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Anderson's Bio
Dr. Hannah Anderson is a Georgia native and grew up around horses and the sport of rodeo. She received her undergraduate degree from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, where she played Division III college basketball and met her husband, Chad. She graduated Cum Laude from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. After graduation, she worked at a small animal practice in Johns Creek (north of Atlanta).

Her and her family moved from Atlanta to Raleigh in January 2019 for Chad’s new position in healthcare administration at UNC REX. They have two daughters, Brooks and Sumner, who are 18 months apart. They welcomed their son, Haynes, August 2020. Their furbabies are a Shih Tzu named Bella, and Blue Heeler mix named Shade. They enjoy exploring the outdoors, hiking and kayaking, and spending time with friends and family in their free time.

Dr. Brittany Moore

Dr. Brittany Moore

Associate Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Moore's Bio
Dr. Brittany Moore is a Florida native who migrated north to be able to enjoy fall & winter weather while also getting sweet tea. She graduated from the University of Florida (GO GATORS!) with 2 bachelor’s degrees (Psychology and Animal Science), her doctorate, and a wonderful husband who she met while living in the undergraduate dormitories.

Dr. Moore most enjoys preventative medicine, forming long-lasting relationships with clients, dermatology, and behavior. She is passionate about fear-free veterinary medicine and is also a bit of a ‘crazy cat Doctor’ but loves her canine friends too!

When not in the hospital, Dr. Moore likes to spend time with her husband David and 3 cats (Smokey, Leonard, & Bella). Her ideal day off consists of some assortment of reading, horseback riding, cooking (followed closely by eating), and napping.

Dr. Rebecca Miller

Associate Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Miller's Bio
Dr. Rebecca Miller grew up in central Pennsylvania where she earned her bachelor’s degrees in biochemistry and biology at Penn State University (Go Nittany Lions!). She graduated cum laude from veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. In vet school she met her fiancé, Jon, whose postdoctoral specialty training brought them all over the country- she first practiced at a small animal hospital in Illinois, then moved to North Carolina where she practiced for several years in Cary prior to relocating to Garner.

Dr. Miller’s professional interests include dentistry, dermatology, behavior, and nutrition. She loves forming special, lifelong partnerships with pet parents and their furry loved ones.

Her fur babies include a happy-go-lucky mixed-breed rescue dog named Kima, two very mischievous kitties named Arlo and Walter, and a not-so-furry California king snake named Saul. In her free time Dr. Miller enjoys taking Kima for long hikes, working on projects around the house, binging true crime podcasts and documentaries, and exploring local restaurants and breweries.

Dr. Daube

Associate Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Daube's Bio
Dr. Daube grew up in Virginia Beach, VA, and earned her veterinary license in 2011 at Virginia Tech (she and Dr. Wolff learned from some of the same professors!).

After graduation, she completed a year-long internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at a private practice referral center in Fairfax, VA. She followed this with an additional year of training in cancer medicine during an Oncology Internship at the University of Pennsylvania’s vet school in Philadelphia.

From there Dr. Daube and her husband moved to S.C where she gained experience in shelter medicine and small animal private practice. Upon the birth of their first child, they moved to Raleigh, North Carolina to be closer to family. While there, Dr. Daube performed surgery all day-every day at a local spay/neuter clinic while looking for her home in private. Dr. Daube welcomed a son in 2017.

Her four-legged family includes a Redbone Coonhound rescue named Zack Morris and two elderly, but bossy, cats – Oliver and 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.

Mrs. Jessica Wolff

Hospital Administrator

Jessica's Bio
Born and raised in Rhode Island, Jessica met both Drs. Wolff and Dzombar as an undergraduate at Virginia Tech (go Hokies!). Jessica and Dr. Wolff married in 2010 (with Dr. Dzombar as a bridesmaid), and settled in Northern Virginia, about 45 minutes outside of DC.

In Northern Virginia Jessica worked with the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) in the Marketing, Communications and Publications department. While there she served as the society’s Marketing Manager where she was responsible for managing marketing strategy, implementation and support across the areas of – publications and products, SIR Annual Scientific Meeting, stand-alone meeting marketing and SIR trade agreements. Jessica also served in an advisory capacity for SIR non-dues revenue programs, including advertising sales and corporate support initiatives.

In 2013 Jessica was awarded the SIR Excellence Award for her work in supporting the Society’s values of Leadership, Patient Care, Excellence and Ethics and for modeling the initiative, commitment, collaboration, professionalism and attitude that contributes positively to the culture of SIR.

Jessica’s personal interests include traveling, painting, art museums, exploring local restaurants, all things BRAVO and squeezing in as much family time as possible.

Jessica and Dr. Wolff consider their crowning achievements to be their two young, high energy, puppy-loving kids. Ella, self proclaimed official puppy greeter for the hospital, and juggernaut Jude. Both Ella and Jude LOVE visiting the hospital and saying hello to every animal and human in sight. We apologize in advance for their lack of volume control 😉

Laura

Veterinary Assistant / Technician

Laura's Bio
Laura is original from New York and spent 12 years in Vegas before moving to Garner in 2014. She spends most of her free time with fur-babies, Peter, Isabella, Gracie, Buddy, Daisy, Charlie, tater Tot and Bunge. She also enjoys time with her family, reading, camping, hiking and exploring new places.

Stacy

Veterinary Assistant / Technician

Stacy's Bio
Stacy has lived in the Garner area for almost 10 years. Her hobbies include beading, knitting, sewing, cooking and traveling. Stacy also enjoys listening to live music locally and abroad.

Lauren

Veterinary Assistant / Technician

Lauren's Bio
Lauren has called Raleigh, NC home from the age of 3, and has had a passion for animals since about the same age. She has a bachelors of science in biology from NC State and she is a Pi Beta Phi alumna.

Lauren has many animals in her family, including a standard poodle pup named Mandrake (aka “Drake”) and a turtle named Whale.

In her downtime, Lauren enjoys gardening, yoga, reading, singing, dancing, and listening to a few true crime podcasts here and there. She loves meeting everyone’s doggos and kitties!

Ashley

Veterinary Assistant

Ashley's Bio

Ashley is originally from Charlotte but has been calling Raleigh home since May 2018. When she isn’t at work, you can find her at home with her dog Lyla, her tripod pup Zena, and her snake Lucifer (Luci for short). Some of her favorite things to do include watching/listening to anything and everything true crime, painting, reading, hiking, and finding local food, coffee shops, and craft breweries with her friends. A few times a week you can also find her taking care of horses at the barn she works at!

Emily

Kennel Attendant

Emily's Bio

Emily moved to Garner in April of 2018 with her husband. She came to work at AMC if Garner in November of the same year. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, reading, and hiking with her husband and dogs. She has four fur babies, two dogs Duke and Pippin, and two cats Half Pint and Salem.

Leslie

Animal Assistant
Leslie's Bio
Leslie moved to North Carolina with her family in 2012 and has continued to pursue her dream of working with animals. Starting in high school (Northwood High School), she was able to be a part of FFA (Future Farmers of America) and be active in caring for the animals as well as participating in our Equestrian team. In her free time, Leslie likes to go to the dog park with her pups Howie and Leo, and spend time at the barn with her horse Artemis.

Stephanie

Animal Assistant
Stephanie's Bio
Stephanie has been a veterinary nurse for over 15 years, and graduated from Duke University in 2008, and is currently pursuing her master’s degree at UNC-Chapel Hill (though during basketball season, she won’t admit to being a Tarheel and bleeds royal blue!).

Originally from New York, she’s lived in the Triangle for 15 years yet still only drinks unsweetened iced tea. Aside from her avid love of caring for animals, she enjoys tending to her collection of over 100 rare tropical plants, hiking the Piedmont and looking under rocks for snakes and bugs, any and all movies, and (safely!) consuming live music.

Stephanie lives in Raleigh with her darling (and patient!) husband and their merry band of four-legged misfits (dogs Daphne, Pico, Leroy and Moira, cats Alice, Munchy, Shiny Bat, Porkchop, Iris, Rose, Andy, Fleur and Eleanor, guinea pig Bernie Sanders, sugar gliders Beatrice and Rue, and too many reptiles and amphibians to count including two giant African spur-thighed tortoises named Buttons and Uncle Buck).

Kelsea

Animal Assistant

Kelsea's Bio
Kelsea grew up on the beautiful North Carolina coast. Initially relocating to the Raleigh area in 2012, she has called Fuquay Varina home for the past 4 years. Kelsea’s house is a zoo with 5 dogs (Frelynn, Mochi, Klaus, Sosha & Pippet) and 9 cats (Dyson, Bear, Ego, Hadley, Brindle, Yumi, Keanu, Reece & June). In her spare time she loves going on hikes with her dogs & finding new adventures to explore. Kelsea also enjoys studying marine biology & tending to her 70 gallon aquarium with the many little critters it’s housing.

Lori

Client Service Representative

Lori's Bio
Lori moved to the area from Charlotte, NC in April 2021. She worked as a social worker for 8 years until she found her place in veterinary medicine. She has worked as a technician and vet assistant before finding her favorite position in Reception. Since 2012 she has been a part of the veterinary field and has worked both in ER and general practice veterinary medicine. Lori loves animals and her top three favorite things are coffee, the beach and hounds!

In her time off you can find her enjoying time with her family.

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Hours

Monday-Friday: 7:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Sunday: Closed

Contact Info

Phone: (919) 779-8887 (Call or Text)

Email: reception@amcofgarner.com

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