How it all began...
Voted Mebane’s #1 veterinary office for eight years in a row, the Animal Hospital of Mebane started many years ago as a dream of founder, Dr. Gregg Jordan’s. As a child, Jordan had a passion for helping anything and anyone he possibly could. After landing a job at his hometown veterinary hospital, his desire to help animals grew. It was here that Dr. Jordan began to witness the tremendous effect helping and healing a pet had not only on the pet itself, but on the owners, doctors, and staff involved as well. A life-long passion for high quality pet healthcare was immediately ignited!
After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Jordan worked as an associate and a relief vet for a whole decade. His desire to create a family-like atmosphere that would focus on truly helping pets live the healthiest life possible, from the first days of life through their senior years, led him to open up his own hospital.
In June of 2008, Dr. Jordan opened Animal Hospital of Mebane with just two support staff. Eleven years later, the Animal Hospital of Mebane has grown to a staff of 19, including Dr. Doug Ray, the hospital’s second full-time veterinarian, and several dedicated relief veterinarians. We are proud that our clients continue to feel like a part of the Animal Hospital of Mebane family, where we treat your pets as though they are our own.
From the moment you walk through our doors, you will find yourself greeted by a team of compassionate staff who will work tirelessly to ensure your pets receive the best care possible. Your trust and confidence in our skills and services is very important to us.
What we do...
As a full-service animal hospital, we provide a wide array of services including wellness visits, vaccinations, digital and dental X-rays, surgical services and oral surgery, and an onsite pharmacy for your convenience. Additionally, we are one of just a few animal hospitals in the area who offer ultrasound and laser therapy for your pets. The Animal Hospital of Mebane is a one-stop-shop for all of your pet care needs, offering boarding and grooming services for your pet and for you – our extended family.
Who we are...
Dr. Jordan, Dr. Doug, Dr. Brooke and our relief veterinarians offer a combined 25 years of experience and expertise in pet healthcare. Through continuing education, our doctors stay up-to-date with the most recent and cutting-edge developments in the veterinarian field, and are devoted to exercising compassion in all of their interactions. Here at the Animal Hospital of Mebane, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care to your pet, while also supporting you as the caretaker. We are confident that when you choose us as your pet’s primary healthcare provider, you will see firsthand why we have been selected as Mebane’s #1 veterinary office for eight years running. We absolutely love our clients that make up the Animal Hospital of Mebane family!
Providing you with the best veterinarians for the best care
Dr. Gregg Jordan, DVM
A graduate of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Jordan has devoted his professional career in advancing his skills in internal medicine, surgery, radiology, dermatology, emergency and animal behavior medicine. He has had extensive training and received certification in small animal abdominal and cardiac ultrasound from Universal Ultrasound in White Plains, N.Y. He is also certified in Small Animal Laser Therapy. His use of the device has helped his patients walk again and healed stubborn wounds or sores that would not heal on their own.
Dr. Doug Ray, DVM
Dr. Doug Ray received his B.S. in Biology from the University of NC at Wilmington. Then in 2009 he received a degree in Veterinary Medicine from NC State. He worked in a mixed animal practice, where he spent half of his time caring for companion animals, providing medical and surgical services to the small animal patients. The other half of his time was devoted to on-farm care of cattle, horses, sheep and goats, llamas, alpacas, and white tail deer. Dr. Doug's professional interests are in client communication, specifically trying to help clients understand their animal's complex disease processes, as well as, soft tissue surgery and pain control.
Dr. Brooke Johnson-Rubish, DVM
Dr. Brooke Johnson-Rubish obtained her undergraduate degree in Animal Science at North Carolina State University, and later graduated from Veterinary School there in 2017. Dr. Brooke enjoys working on a variety of animals including dogs, cats, horses, pigs, cows, sheep, goats, and camelids. Her professional interest includes mixed animal medicine, client communication, and the importance of the human-animal bond. One of her favorite things about veterinary medicine is the ability to develop long term relationships with her furry patients and their families.