Peter G. Fisher, DVM
Peter G. Fisher grew up on Long Island, where he graduated from Syosset High School in 1972. His fascination with animals started early in life, and as a youngster he had a variety of animal companions, including dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, ducks, chickens, homing pigeons, a turtle, and a pet pig. The pig in particular was quite a sensation in his suburban community. After high school, he attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, receiving a BS in animal science in December 1975. Four years of doctorate education at Purdue University’s School of Veterinary Medicine followed; he graduated in the top 10% of his class in 1980. Upon graduation, he moved to Portsmouth, Virginia, at the advice of two close college friends who already lived in the area. Four years of associate work at two area veterinary hospitals followed.
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Herbert A. Hulls, DVM
Dr. Herbert A. Hulls earned his veterinary degree in 1990 from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where he also attended undergraduate school. Although born in Montana, Dr. Hulls considers himself a native Buckeye, having grown up in Ohio, where his sister and parents still reside. Childhood was full of country living and lots of animals. Interaction with cattle, horses, sheep, goats, rabbits, dogs, cats, raccoons, orphan fawns, and much more was the norm. An innate interest in science, medicine, and animals all drew him into the veterinarian profession. Upon graduation from vet school, he worked in rural western Ohio, making lots of farm calls along with treating companion animals in the clinic where he worked. READ FULL BIO
Andrew D. Bean, DVM
Dr. Andrew Bean was born and raised with two brothers and two dogs in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He developed a strong interest in music while in junior high and high school, especially jazz and classical styles. He learned to play the clarinet, saxophones, and flute, and majored in music at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. He graduated magna cum laude in 2002 and moved to New York City to pursue a career in jazz and pop music.
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Dr. Jessica M. Urban, DVM
Dr. Jessica Urban grew up in Southwest Michigan and graduated from Michigan State University with a certificate in veterinary technology (2007) and a BS in Zoology (2008). After receiving her undergraduate degree, she initially worked as a licensed veterinary technician until she decided to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. While attending Saint George’s, she was an active member of the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA), the Veterinary Business Association (VBMA), and was president of the Grenada Chapter of the International Veterinary Students’ Association (IVSA). While at the helm of IVSA, she helped host student exchange groups from multiple countries, attended international meetings representing the club, and began a One Health One Medicine (OHOM) Lecture Series that lasts until this day. She graduated in January 2017 from Saint George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine. READ FULL BIO
Thank you to everyone. I already thought Dr. Bean was an amazing vet when he sat on the floor with my kitties to do their exams, now I realize he cares about his patients on ALL levels, as well as their parents. I highly recommend this office.
They all were amazingly compassionate people, and truly were hurt from hearing the news. They also care for our Lesser Sulfur Crested Cockatoo that we still have and will for many years to come. They have helped with everything from checking her health after over 14 years of being at a vet clinic to getting her foods shifted over to a much more healthy diet.
Dr Hulls was very good with our 5 yr old Macaw. Explained to us very well everything he was doing or had to do. Will be bringing our Carl back when he's due...Thank You
My pet ate part of a rug and although I thought she had passed it, there was still someone her intestines. She had surgery and then we had some issues that made me nervous. The staff was wonderful when I was so stressed out and helpful when I came in (daily) with new issues.
Pet Care Veterinary Hospital has provided the BEST care for my dog. Since moving to Virginia Beach, 7 years ago, I went to 2 other veterinarian services before luckily finding Dr. Partlow and Dr. Hulls, who I credit for saving my dog's life and keeping him in perfect health. The care that the staff takes is just as if their animal patients are their very own pets. I couldn't love and trust Pet Care Veterinary Hospital more, and I highly recommend them!