Meet our caring and compassionate veterinary care team committed to providing exceptional veterinary care for your pets.
Dr. Carly Hohorst
Dr. Hohorst graduated from Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine with a DVM in 2021. She is a member of the Student American Association of Equine Practitioners, Integrative Medicine Club, Veterinary Business Management Association, and participated in the Veterinary Leadership Experience. Prior to attending vet school Dr. Hohorst worked as a veterinary assistant for 6 yrs.
Originally from Easton, CT; from a young age, Dr. Hohorst knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Growing up, Dr. Hohorst participated in the Fairfield County 4-H group, the United States Pony Club, and volunteered at many animal shelters and veterinary hospitals. She graduated from Sacred Heart University with a B.S in Biology, then moved out west to Arizona to pursue her DVM in the summer of 2017.
Dr. Hohorst is passionate about preventative medicine and her patients’ well being. She takes pride in being able to provide a holistic approach to veterinary medicine, and enjoys being able to use both Eastern and Western medicine to help heal her patients. Dr. Hohorst is currently getting certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and pursuing a Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine at Chi University in Reddick, FL.
During her free time Dr. Hohorst enjoys spending time with her family, hiking with her dogs, Lilly Ann and Finnegan; and riding her horse named Solea. She also has a cat named Hailey. Dr. Hohorst loves the outdoors and tries to get outside as much as possible. Dr. Hohorst really enjoys working with everyone and meeting new patients here at the Pet Wellness Center. She values being able to spend time with clients and establish the best possible individualized health care plan for their pet.
Brittney has worked in small animal clinics for over 2 years, and loves all our furry friends. Brittney has owned a variety of animals over the years, like cats, dogs, horses, hamsters, chickens, ducks, turtles, and aquatic animals. Right now, she only has her 4 year old pitbull named Stella and Aquarium filled with fish, shrimp, and snails! Brittney enjoys working at the Pet Wellness Center; she said, “our staff are some of the most caring people i’ve ever met, everyone has a deep love and passion for animals.”