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Meet Dr. Oberlin McDaniel

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Raised on a farm in rural NC, Dr. Oberlin McDaniel grew up riding horses and helping with her family’s cattle operation. NC State University provided a bachelor degree in animal science and nutrition as well as a master degree in poultry science.  In 2017 Dr. McDaniel graduated from NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine where her main focus was developing knowledge and skills to better serve livestock producers and horse owners of Northeastern North Carolina. Dr. McDaniel’s passion is helping farmers achieve their goals raising livestock with emphasis on marketing, nutrition, genetics, fertility, environment, record keeping and of course herd health! 

In her free time, Dr. McDaniel enjoys time with her husband and playing with their two children, Hutch and Sally, who she absolutely adores! For pets, they have two horses (a Tennessee Walker, “Slick” and a Rocky Mountain horse, “Dirty") and a dog (a Redbone Coonhound, “Little Ann”). She also loves working in her vegetable garden, riding horses, bee keeping, hiking, fishing, hunting, painting and managing her own cattle herd.

NC Mobile Veterinary Service PLLC provides medical services to equine, bovine, swine, small ruminants, camelids and poultry. As a mobile service, Dr. McDaniel comes straight to your farm equipped to service most of your animals needs all out of her truck. NC Mobile Veterinary Service strives to provide both practical or platinum packages to their clients as needed. Dr. McDaniel enjoys servicing a variety of animals so don’t hesitate to give her a call.

Meet Dr. Hallie Kiser 

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Dr. Hallie Kiser is a native of Western North Carolina where she spent as much time as possible hiking and riding horses. A 4-H alumni, Hallie grew up showing her Tennessee Walking Horse, Bree, at the local, district, and state level across the great state of North Carolina. Western Carolina University provided Dr. Hallie with a bachelor’s degree in biology. In 2022, Dr. Hallie graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine where she spent time focusing on small ruminant, equine, and cattle health and management. Dr. Hallie enjoys helping clients with everything, but her favorite cases include herd management, parasite control, and reproductive health.

In her free time, Dr. Hallie can be found hiking with her pups, Myrtle (Doberman) and Bennie (Tennessee Brown Dog…aka Mutt), enjoying a huge cup of coffee, horseback riding, reading on her porch swing, or beekeeping in her apiary. Dr. Hallie is so excited to jump into work headfirst and serve this beautiful Eastern NC community!

Meet Dr. Bonnie Swift 

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Dr. Bonnie Swift grew up in New York, but has been in North Carolina for her entire educational and professional career. A graduate of NCSU's College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Swift's primary interests include equine internal and sports medicine, reproduction, ophthalmology, and preventative care. She is certified in both equine chiropractic care and acupuncture, and has worked hard to develop additional skills in dentistry to include imaging and some extractions.

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Dr. Swift lives with her husband (Ray), 2 cats (Bo and Night Fury), and the best dog (Jack), who has been with Dr. Swift since vet school. She owns a Thoroughbred gelding named Larry, who is currently boarded but will come home when the family moves to their recently purchased land in Zebulon. Dr. Swift and Larry love the sport of eventing and are looking forward to developing their skills this year.

"For high-quality and caring veterinary services look no further than NC Mobile Vet! Dr. McDaniel and her staff are compassionate, knowledgeable, and dependable—a valuable asset to any horse owner!"

-Abby Hale

Meet Our Veterinary Assistant, Stacey Hadnott

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Stacey Hadnott was born and raised on a horse farm in Nash County, NC. Many of you know her Mother Cynthia who has taught riding lessons in the area for over 35 years! 

Stacey and her husband Randy now live on a small farm in Castalia with their 3 (almost 4) children Emily (11), Abby (8), Charlie (6) and one sweet little girl on the way due in August!

Together they have eight horses: Brassy (22yo Hackney), Chopper (14yo American Saddlebred), Froggy (8yo ASB), Golden Boy (20yo Quarter horse), June (16yo ASB), May (21yo ASB), Negan (1yo ASB) and Bucky (1yo ASB), five dogs Church (4yo Mix) and Black pup (8 yo lab mix) and Wheatney (mini wheaten terrier), Harper (wheaten terrier) and Chase (schnauzer) and two bee hives!


Stacey worked in the swine business for 17 years which she greatly enjoyed.  In her free time she shows horses with her girls and works on the farm. 

"Having Dr. McDaniel as our vet is wonderful. The convenance of house calls fits our schedule perfectly and the dog and cats like being comfy at home for their vet visits. Dr. McDaniel being great with our animals is just the icing on the cake!"

-Julia Andrus
Small Animal & Poultry Client

Meet Our Veterinary Assistant, Makayla Strickland


Makayla Strickland grew up on a farm in Inez, a small town located in Warren County, NC. She has a passion for animals of all kinds, especially farm animals.

Makayla recently graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science in Zoo and Wildlife Biology and is excited to get to work. After graduating, she moved back home to be with her mom (Donna), dad (Greg), and brother (Jeffrey).

Her and her family have a variety of animals of their own, including a beagle named Lucy, a guinea pig named Poppy, a Pony of the Americas named Sam, a miniature horse named Little Man, and two pygmy goats named Bolt and Rusty.

Makayla worked with Drs. Chris and Amy O’Malley in high school and looks forward to seeing some familiar faces.  

Meet Our Veterinary Assistant, Grace Detwiler

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It was in the four seasons and farmlands of the Midwest that Grace first experienced her love for both the outdoors and for all living things. She grew up riding horses, saving wild creatures, and playing her favorite sports.


It was when she moved to Charlotte before her junior year in high school that her talent on the court really took off and she began to pursue her volleyball goals. This led her to Rochester, NY to play at the collegiate level all while successfully pursuing her degree.


To be closer to home, she transferred to NC State where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science with a concentration in Veterinary Bioscience. Grace spent the summer following her dream of working remotely on the Uncompaghre Plateau of Colorado at a sustainable ranch where she learned firsthand what it takes to manage, maintain, and herd cattle, spending hours in the saddle, setting fencing, sorting cattle, studying land preservation and improvement, and marketing the meat products of the ranch. Grace is currently working toward her goal of veterinary school doing what she loves...working with large animals, of which cows are her favorite!


Grace currently lives in Raleigh with her cattle dog Ruby Mae and her Great Pyrenese, Willis. She enjoys taking the dogs on hikes, watching movies, reading, painting, and finding new adventures and experiences.

Meet Charlotte Yarbrough, Client Communications

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Charlotte has been an avid hunter/jumper rider and lover of all animals, especially homeless ones, since she was 6.  Her home was always filled with a menagerie of rescued cats and dogs, and she was always "looking for a home".  During her teenage years, she was a working student and rider for several local show barns.  After graduating from East Carolina University with a Business Degree, Charlotte began her professional career in 2020 as manager/trainer of Idlewild Farm in Zebulon, North Carolina. Charlotte started working for NC Mobile Vet in March, managing client communications and helping in the office.
Charlotte understands how it feels to be on the other side of the phone making an emergency call or having more than one conversation with the vet.  She knows the importance of having a trusted vet that you can count on. She has certainly had her share of emergency calls with her own animals.  Her compassion and attention to detail will play a vital role in her position here at NCMV!
Charlotte lives on a farm in Zebulon with her 3 dogs, 3 cats, and warmblood mare, Cricket. She loves listening to music, painting, taking the boat out, and really anything outdoors. 

Meet Our Office Manager, Sarah Brinker

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Sarah spent a lot of time on her grandparents’ farm growing up riding horses and helping with their small cattle operation.  She spent years abroad in New Zealand on a 2,000-acre cattle and sheep operation where she learned all the ends-and-outs of intensive rotational grazing.


She has a degree in Environmental Studies and wilderness leadership, where her passion is helping farmers become self-sustainable. Sarah loves teaching children and adults alike on how to grow a garden, permaculture design and especially getting involved in her local community!


Sarah is Dr. McDaniel's sister and loves being so close to family! She and her husband Matt Dyson now live in Enfield with their dog Gus!”

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