Meet Our Team


Cory Wilkins, D.V.M.

Title: Practice Owner and Veterinarian
Education: Graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. degree in Animal Science from N.C. State University in 1999. Graduated with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from N.C. State University-College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003.
Joined Team: June 2003
Family: Wife: Teresa, Son: Eli, and Daughter(s) Kate & Hazel
Pets: 3 Dogs: Cooper, Chloe, & Oliver; 1 Cat: Gus; 4 Rabbits: Milo, Otis, Starlit, & Hannah
Hobbies: Building wood projects, going to the movies with my wife and traveling.
Favorite thing about the job: Forming friendships with clients in a small community.
Favorite Hospital memory: First time I met my wife Teresa at work.

Danny Robinson, D.V.M.

Title: Associate Veterinarian
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Management Staff

Teresa Wilkins

Title: Office Manager
Joined Team: 1999
Family: Husband: Cory (Dr. Wilkins) Son - Eli Daughter(s) Kate & Hazel
Pets: 3 Dogs: Cooper, Chloe, & Oliver; 1 Cat: Gus; 4 Rabbits: Milo, Otis, Starlit, & Hannah
Hobbies: Reading, sewing, camping and spending time with my family.
Favorite thing about the job: Meeting new people and helping to care for their pets.
Favorite Hospital Memory: "Meeting my husband at work."


Amy Easter

Title: Veterinary Technician
Joined Team: 2016
Family: Husband Terry
Pets: Dogs - Baylee, Waylan, Josie; Horse - Spec; Goats - Rudy & Belle; Sheep - Zeke; Mini Donkey - Blossom; Cat - Matilda; 8 Chickens; 2 Guineas in an oak tree.
Hobbies: Traveling; hiking; spending time together on our farm with all of our animals.
Favorite thing about the job: Being able to do something I am passionate about and hoping to make a difference in the lives of our patients and their people everyday.
Favorite Hospital Memory: Every time I see one of our patients come bouncing back in after an illness or injury.

Casey Anderson

Title: Veterinary Technician
Joined Team: 2018
Family: Daughter - Summer
Pets: Dogs - Charlie, Trudy, Froo Froo, Brodie
Hobbies: Spending time with my daughter, riding horses, running, and spending time at the softball field.
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Pamela Anderson

Title:Veterinary Technician
Joined Team: 2017
Family: Son - Thomas
Pets: Dogs - Kryptonite, Max & Bailey; Cats - Augustus, Caesar, & Oliver
Hobbies: Reading, writing, sewing, hiking.
Favorite thing about the job: Coworkers that are like family.
Favorite Hospital Memory: "Karaoke with Chelsea and the crew."

Pamela Anderson

Title: Veterinary Technician
Joined Team: October 2017
Family: Fiancee - Nate
Pets: Dog - Destiny
Hobbies: Horseback riding, farrier work, and being with friends and family.
Favorite thing about the job: Learning something new daily and helping animals.
Favorite Hospital Memory: "Any time we are able to have an animal leave feeling better than when it came in."

Kennel Staff

Kayli Comer

Title: Kennel Assistant

Elizabeth Taylor

Title: Kennel Assistant

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  • "No one takes better care of our babies, even our grumpy mini schnauzer James. They put up with my numerous phone calls when our pets are sick and are great about scheduling appointments. We are rarely kept waiting and it's always impeccably clean. We love Pilot Mountain Animal Hospital."
    Jessica H. / Pilot Mountain, NC

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