Clayton Animal Hospital, white pawprint on teal cross, boarding and grooming

 

 

Dr. Carrie Barzola, a Johnston County native, began her pursuit of veterinary medicine at Clayton Animal Hospital. After receiving her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1999, she joined the Clayton Animal Hospital staff as a veterinary assistant. Dr. Barzola attended the North Carolina State College of Veterinary, focusing on small animal medicine.  Upon her graduation in 2008, she returned to practice medicine at the home away from home, Clayton Animal Hospital.  Dr. Barzola has special interests in cardiology, oncology, and internal medicine.  Furthermore, she has a passion for client education and communication, hoping to strengthen the human-”faithful companion” bond.  During her free time, Dr. Barzola enjoys playing tennis, snow skiing, biking, and spending time with her family.

 

Dr. Kelly Camacho has been a part of the Clayton Animal Hospital team since October 2000.  She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Illinois in 1997.  She served a Medical and Surgical Internship at Mississippi State University from 1997-1998.  Dr. Camacho has particular interests in the disciplines of oncology and behavior modification. In her spare time she enjoys agility training, knitting, reading, running, and spending time with family including her 3 children, 3 Border Collies, Finnegan, Ripley, and Puzzle, and 2 cats, Kimchi and Raisin.

 

Our Veterinarians

Dr. Christina Holzer, a graduate of the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine, joined the Clayton Animal Hospital team in 2007.  With her passion for care, she brings fresh ideas of the newest advances in medicine and pain management.  Dr. Holzer’s professional interests are in internal medicine, general and orthopedic surgery, dentistry, and behavior to improve the human-animal bond.  Dr. Holzer enjoys offering the highest quality of care, establishing a pleasant environment for each patient, and spending time with owners so they feel well informed and comfortable.

 

Dr. April  Keefe is no stranger to CAH; she worked as a veterinary assistant during her undergraduate years at North Carolina State University.  Upon graduation, she studied veterinary medicine at Ross University and completed her senior rotation at NCSU School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Keefe is recently married and along with her husband, her family includes dog, Shane, two cats, Calypso and Ada and turtle, Doozer. Dr. Keefe has special interests in the fields of veterinary dentistry and feline medicine. Outside the office she enjoys traveling and trying out to eateries in the Triangle.

 

Dr. Stacey Beam graduated from the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994, and completed an internship at The Animal Medical Center in New York City.  Along with her strong interest in ophthalmology, she has completed extensive training in dentistry, and is certified with The International Acupuncture Society.  Dr. Beam has been practicing at Clayton Animal Hospital since 1995.

 

Dr. Mike Bagley opened Clayton Animal Hospital in 1986.  He attended Clayton High School, North Carolina State University, and received his DVM degree from Auburn University in Alabama.  He enjoys the many facets of veterinary medicine and has worked diligently to employ cutting edge technology and instrumentation in the animal hospital (see our services).  Dr. Mike enjoys the challenges of veterinary medicine, especially cardiac cases. To stay current in the field, Dr. Mike annually attends a number of continuing education conferences including The North American Veterinary Conference and The Central Veterinary Conference.  In his spare time, he enjoys reading, running, and spending time with his family, including Harvey Blaze, our home page model.

Dr. Katelyn Carroll graduated from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland in July 2015. She enjoys traveling to new places to go hiking, scuba diving, camping, kayaking and biking. While she's at home she enjoys baking and crafts with her husband Michael and cats: Sabiha, Momma Kitty and any other kitties she's fostering. Dr. Carroll has a special interest in canine and feline soft tissue surgery as well as exotic animal medicine and surgery.

Dr. Jennifer Kobylanski, a familiar face at CAH, worked with us as a veterinary assistant while obtaining her undergraduate biochemistry degree from North Carolina State University. We are excited to have Dr. Kobylanski back on staff with us following her graduation from the University of Minnesota-College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Kobylanski has numerous professional interests, but she especially enjoys the challenges of pet nutrition, surgery and emergency medicine.  In her free time she likes hiking, watching Netflix movies and taking long walks with her dog, Guster.

Clayton Animal Hospital

11058 US 70 Bus. Hwy. W.

Clayton, NC  27520

 

Clayton Animal Hospital, white pawprint on teal cross, boarding and grooming

Clayton Animal Hospital, white pawprint on teal cross, boarding and grooming

Clayton Animal Hospital

Boarding & Grooming

 

Dr. Kelly Camacho

graduated from the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994, and completed an internship at The Animal Medical Center in New York City.  Along with her strong interest in ophthalmology, she has completed extensive training in dentistry, and is certified with The International Acupuncture Society.  Dr. Beam has been practicing at Clayton Animal Hospital since 1995.

Dr. Christina Holzer

Dr. Stacey Beam

Dr. Mike Bagley

Dr. Carrie Barzola

Dr. Jennifer Kobylanski

Dr. Katelyn Carroll

graduated from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland in July 2015. She enjoys traveling to new places to go hiking, scuba diving, camping, kayaking and biking. While she's at home she enjoys baking and crafts with her husband Michael and cats: Sabiha, Momma Kitty and any other kitties she's fostering. Dr. Carroll has a special interest in canine and feline soft tissue surgery as well as exotic animal medicine and surgery.

Dr. April Keefe

Clayton Animal Hospital

Boarding & Grooming