The Cary Veterinary Hospital team of skilled veterinarians welcomes you to our practice. Proudly serving the Cary area. At Cary Veterinary Hospital, it is our daily privilege to provide quality vet care to your cherished pet, with compassion and competence. We hope to ensure a positive impact on our patients, pet owners and the local community.
We are pleased to have a staff that will make every effort to accommodate you and your pet. Each member has a genuine concern for the care and service your pet receives at our hospital. Our staff vows to continue to offer kind and compassionate service to all our guests.
John Bailey, DVM
Dr. John Bailey first joined Cary Vet Hospital in 2003 as an Associate Veterinarian for 9 years and returned in December 2013 as the new Managing Veterinarian. He is a proud North Carolinian, born and raised in Raleigh. As a young boy, he developed a true passion for animals, often caring for many stray animals and even assisting with the birth of kittens. He soon had a home with multiple companions: cats, dogs, gerbils, hermit crabs, fish, lizards and much to his mother’s dismay, garden snakes.
He attended NCSU with a major in Animal Science, graduating with Honors in 1997. He served as Chaplain for the national co-ed honor society Phi Sigma Pi. In 2001, he received his DVM from NC College of Veterinary Medicine. His special interests include internal medicine, advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries. Throughout his career, Dr. Bailey has strived to provide the best medical care with compassion to his patients. He truly adores the animals that have been entrusted to his care and values the respectful relationships he has developed with his clients; they have become his extended family.
Dr. Bailey is married to his college sweetheart and they have 4 beautiful young children, 3 daughters and one son. They were very excited to join Cary Vet in the 2013 Cary Jaycees Christmas Parade dressed adorably as a mini-Vet, mini-Vet Tech, kitty and puppy. He has 2 rescued cats, Thor and Storm, named after some of his favorite comic book characters. His hobbies include reading, collecting comic books and going to the movies. His favorite author is James Herriot and his favorite movies include Star Wars, Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings. He enjoys family time with his wife and children at the local parks, museums, beaches and mountains. He attends Hope Community Church and is a member of NCVMA and AVMA.
Abby Lang, DVM
Dr. Lang grew up in Harborcreek, PA along the shores of Lake Erie and began getting involved in veterinary medicine at 10 years of age. After high school she attended California University of PA and transferred to Virginia Tech to pursue a degree in biology. She graduated in 2011 and began veterinary school that fall, also at Virginia Tech. While in vet school Dr. Lang worked as an assistant to a dog trainer and was one of the founding members of VT Helping PAWS an organization dedicated to animal assisted therapy and trained VT students, faculty, and staff along with their pets to perform therapy work in the VT and Blacksburg communities. She graduated from Virginia-Maryland College of Vet Med in May 2015 and spent a year working at a small animal practice in rural southern West Virginia. She moved to Cary with her husband and 2 dogs in the summer of 2016. Hobie is a rescued Boxer/Pitt mix and Iko is a Doberman. In her free time Dr. Lang enjoys playing softball, volleyball, going hiking, and horseback riding. Her special areas of interest are canine behavior/ training, reproduction/genetics, and surgery.
Andrew Moyer, DVM
Dr. Moyer has practiced in Cary since July 2015 and joined Cary Veterinary Hospital in June 2016. He was born and raised in Richmond, VA, where he met his wife, Nicole, in high school. They both attended VCU for undergraduate studies and moved to Champaign-Urbana, Illinois to the flatlands of corn and soybean fields for Dr. Moyer to attend the University of IL College of Veterinary Medicine. He and Nicole are happy to be back east, much closer to family!
In his free time, Dr. Moyer enjoys playing drums, going on hikes with his wife and their pup Ellie (pictured), and just relaxing at home watching movies. Dr. Moyer has special interests in client communication and education, behavior, and nutrition, as well as surgery and imaging. He looks forward to getting to know all of the friends and family of Cary Veterinary Hospital!
Deborah Richard, DVM
Dr. Richard joined Cary Veterinary Hospital in 2008. She is a native of Dryden, New York. She graduated with a B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1986 and attended the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1993. She practiced Veterinary Medicine in New Hampshire prior to moving to North Carolina. She is a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, AVMA, and NCVMA.
She is married and has two daughters. She enjoys tennis, horseback riding, reading, and time with family and friends. Her rescued pets are two Papillions and her cat.