Our Doctors & Practice Manager
Dr. Hayes has always loved surgery more than anything. He often jokes if he could stay in surgery all day, then he would! Whether it be a routine procedure or a complicated procedure to repair wounds or traumatic injury, he enjoys the ability to use surgery to make animals whole.
Education: Graduated from Auburn University Veterinary School in 1983
Personal: Dr. Hayes and his wife Rosemary have 3 dogs and one cat living at home.
Their son Sammy is grown and now lives in Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Catherine Geyer
Dr. Geyer grew up on a farm in Southern Maryland, and she started "practicing"
as a Veterinarian at a very early age, caring
for wildlife and stray animals that turned
up on the farm. She got her first horse at
age 9, and shortly thereafter owned and managed a boarding stable on the family
farm through high school. Her commitment
to Veterinary Medicine blossomed as she
began working with dogs and cats as a Veterinary Assistant at the Animal Clinic at La Plata at age 15. Her passion for working with animals ultimately led her to spend time working as an intern at the Cincinatti zoo
and the Baltimore Aquarium.
Dr. Myles Moritz
Myles grew up in rural North Carolina and
always had a goal to be a veterinarian. As a
child he was the one in the family that was "in charge" of taking care of any animal that got
sick or hurt. Dogs, cats, and chickens were a big part of his childhood. After discovering science in school and learning that caring for animals could be a career, he was hooked and this solidified
his goal to be an "animal doctor." Now after graduating 20 years ago from NCSU he still enjoys the daily challenges of veterinary medicine. With
an interest in preventative care and cancer
therapy, he enjoys being a general practice veterinarian. He cherishes the interaction with clients and helping them understand the how and why of veterinary medicine. He gives you his undivided attention and will treat your pet with the same care with which he treats his own.
Dr. Julianne Davis
Dr. Julianne Davis grew up on the beaches of NC in Morehead City. Unlike many veterinarians she did not know early on what career path she would take. A tarheel at heart, she attended UNC-Chapel Hill then entered graduate school at ECU. She taught Anatomy/Physiology as a visiting professor at ECU while also moonlighting as a club DJ at night. Torn between veterinary school and a career in music industry she made her decision after being accepted at NCSU. She entered veterinary school in 2008 graduating Magna Cum Laude then completed a yearlong internship also at NCSU. Faced with the decision of starting a residency program or starting a family she chose the latter. Julianne lives with her partner Lisa, a 22-year veteran with the Greenville Fire Department, their 2 children (Luke and Ava), Chief (a German Shepherd) and a cat appropriately named Mako. Her interests include oral and soft tissue surgery as well as endocrinology.
Dr. April Wyatt
Dr. April Wyatt has always felt comfortable
around animals and feels that they are drawn to her as well. Raised around many pets in
Gowanda, New York, Dr. Wyatt enjoys
helping those that can't speak for themselves.
After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Alfred University, Dr. Wyatt attended the
University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and was awarded a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She has been
a valued member of the team at Tenth Street Animal Hospital since 2004. Dr. Wyatt is
interested in exotics, geriatrics and feline
medicine. Dr. Wyatt is married to Shawn, a
chemist, and together they have four
children - two boys and two girls. She's a huge sports fan who also enjoys crocheting.
Heather has worked with the company since 2008. She started as an Veterinary Assistant at Firetower Animal Clinic and became the Practice Manger after graduating with a MBA in 2011. Prior, Heather received a Bachelor in Biology also from East Carolina University in 2010. Heather enjoys the challenges of running a business while still being able to work directly with animals.
Heather is a native to Eastern North Carolina and enjoys spending time outdoors and with her family and friends. Her furry family consists of two horses, two dogs and three cats.