Having grown up surrounded by horses, cats, dogs, rescued rabbits, and even a rescued duck, Dr. Chessie Green always wanted to become a veterinarian and never wavered from her dream. Her mother’s nurturing side and her father’s practical medical knowledge afforded Dr. Green the perfect combination of skills—now she’s a full-time veterinarian and the co-owner of Falls Village Veterinary Hospital!
Ever since she can remember, Dr. Suzy Brink has wanted to work with animals. She has fond memories of watching her great-grandfather feed barn cats on his Asheboro, North Carolina farm; ever since, she’s wanted to learn more about the animals we share our lives with and how to provide a better life for them. Dr. Brink simply can’t imagine doing anything else!
Growing up on a North Carolina tobacco farm, Dr. Sherrod was surrounded by animals large and small. Her grandfather taught her the great honor and privilege of caring for these creatures, and Dr. Sherrod found a real sense of purpose in ensuring their health and safety. Her love of animal care never wavered, and now Dr. Sherrod is thrilled to use her mind, body, and spirit to provide a healing touch as an Associate Veterinarian!
We are excited to welcome a new veterinarian to the Fall Village team: Dr. Todd Bridges.
Veterinary medicine is a second career for Dr. Bridges, who decided to leave his work as a finish carpenter and pursue his dream of becoming a veterinarian due to a lifelong love and appreciation of animals.
Many of you may recognize Dr. Mackie as one of the long time co-owners of Quail Corners Animal Hospital. He has also worked at Creature Comforts Animal Hospital for over 20 years. We are excited to have him join us here at Falls Village as a relief vet.
Dr. Mackie completed his undergraduate studies at NC State in 1981. He then attended vet school at Auburn University in Alabama. From there, he worked for vet offices in Virginia before coming back to the Raleigh area.
Bio coming soon…
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