Our Doctors

Photo of Dr. Misavage-Jones at home with her son and shih tzu. Dr. Michelle Misavage-Jones

A graduate of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996, Dr. Michelle Misavage-Jones has been with Animal Emergency Hospital and Urgent Care since 1996 when it was named After Hours Small Animal Emergency Clinic. Now a managing partner, she has a special interest in emergency medicine, surgery, and exotic pets.

When not managing the day-to-day aspects of the practice or seeing patients, Dr. Michelle enjoys spending time with her family and hiking, canoeing, and camping.

Photo of Dr. Sellers with her two dogs Dr. Vicki Sellers

Dr. Vicki Sellers is a Mississippi native who attended Mississippi State University for her DVM degree. After graduation she moved to Raleigh to complete an internship at the After Hours Small Animal Emergency Clinic. After her internship, Dr. Sellers was an associate at Zebulon Animal Hospital where she was Medical Director for 4 years.

In 2010, Dr. Sellers seized the opportunity to return to emergency medicine and became a Managing Partner at the Animal Emergency Hospital And Urgent Care. Dr. Sellers has special interest in emergency and critical care and soft tissue surgery.

In her free time Dr. Sellers enjoys hiking and traveling with her dogs, painting/art projects, home improvement projects, reading, going to movies, and spending time with friends.

Photo of Dr. Wyatt Dr. Rik Wyatt

Dr. Rik Wyatt graduated from the University of Georgia in 2010 and then completed his veterinary emergency internship with Animal Emergency Hospital and Urgent Care. Trained in all aspects of emergency care for dogs, cats, and exotic pets, Dr. Wyatt has a special interest in emergency surgery.

Outside of work he enjoys going for walks with his dogs and working with computers.

Photo of Dr. Lassiter Dr. Angela Lassiter

Dr. Angela Lassiter began working with us as a veterinary assistant prior to attending veterinary school. She graduated from ‎Ross University in 2007 and completed an emergency/critical care internship in Richmond, Virginia. She is also the staff veterinarian for Carolina Tiger Rescue in Pittsboro.

Dr. Lassiter enjoys spending time with her daughter, dogs, cats, and chickens when not working, and she loves to work in the garden.

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