Lauren Kinter, DVM
Dr. Lauren Kinter graduated from Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences in 2014. She continued on to complete a comparative theriogenology (reproduction) internship at Oklahoma State in 2015, working on species large and small before entering into small animal private practice. Originally from Virginia, and a diehard Hokie at heart, she was thrilled to return back to the east coast. Besides her special training in canine reproduction, Dr. Kinter loves educating clients about wellness, tackling tough emergency cases and performing soft tissue surgeries. She is a proud member of the Society for Theriogenology, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Kinter has two dogs, Izzy and Layla, that enjoy both the excitement of doggie daycare and sleeping on the couch. Additional family members include Huck and Finn, two cats that Dr. Kinter bottle fed after they were abandoned, and Rockefeller VT, or Rocky, an Oldenburg gelding and future hunter star, who she has owned since he was a year old.
At A Glance
2 years veterinary practice experience
Special training (internship) in canine reproduction including semen collection and handling and breeding management of the bitch
Anything outdoors, training Rocky to be a future hunter superstar, cooking
Two dogs – Izzy and Layla, Two cats – Huck and Finn, and one horse – Rockefeller VT (Rocky)