Meet the family at Southeastern Veterinary Hospital, P.A.!
Dr. Locklear earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1979 from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary medicine. Dr. Locklear not only excels in diagnostics and surgery, but is known for his compassion and humanitarian efforts for animals.
Dr. Oxendine graduated from North Carolina State University in 2017. She brings new and innovative techniques to thepractice. Large animal medicine is Dr. Oxendine’s passion, and she excels in surgery and emergencies.
Dr. Stewart is the newest member of our excellent team of providers! Like Dr. Locklear, she attended Tuskegee University, and enjoys working with pets and livestock. She is looking forward to serving her new community and learning from our seasoned doctors.
Dr. Lindsey comes to us from Greensboro, NC. She completed her DVM at Ross University, and moved back home to the states to pursue her career as a veterinarian.
Destinee began her journey at Southeastern Veterinary Hospital as a volunteer at the age of 16. She is currently empolyeed as one of our main pet care specialists, and is training to be a full-time technician. Destinee is pursuing a career in Veterinary Medicine. She spends her free time with her doberman pinschers, Ayana and Nala, who she breeds professionally.
Sable came to work at SEVH in 2014. She brought with her 10 years of veterinary experience, including two years of studies at NC State University in Animal Science. In 2007, Sable graduated from The SC School of Dog Grooming. She resides in Fairmont with Timothy, her husband of seven years, and her daughter, Katie Jo. When not working, Sable enjoys reading to her daughter, and playing with her goldendoodle, Mabel. She also volunteers as a foster for different rescues in the county.
Sarah is a life-long member of the SEVH family. She has been with us for most of her adult life, along-side her father, Dr. Locklear. She graduated from UNC-P in 2013, where she obtained her bachelor's degree. She taught at Purnell Swett High School, but eventually returned to the clinic where she is a receptionist. Sarah is the mother of Ellie, a beautiful baby girl, and Mia, her beloved pomeranian.
Brianna has been working at SEVH since 2016. She is a recent graduate of UNC-Pembroke, where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry. She lives in Lumberton with Ranger, Buttercup, Dixie, and Little Bit, her four fur-babies.
Micaela is the newest member of our front desk team. She is a student at UNC-P, where she is pursuing a Bachelor's of Science in Biology with a Zoology concentration. Micaela enjoys spending time with her little sister, and her Australian Shepherd, Rosalie.
Josh is the newest member of our front desk team. He is a graduate of UNC-P, where he obtained his Bachelor's in Biology, with an emphasis in Zoology. Josh enjoys meeting new fur-babies, and is looking forward to learning more about the veterinary field.
Mrs. Barbara has been with us since November of 2017. She oversees our boarding facility, and is also a part-time groomer.
She is a Robeson County native, who is happily married with three sons,
In her spare time, she practices cosmetology, and enjoys spending time with her labs.
Nicole has been with SEVH since 2017. She enjoys spending time with her dog, Charlie, and her new fiance Quinton. In her spare time, Nicole enjoys designing cakes!
Salena has been with SEVH for sixteen years. She prides herself on her ability to bond with all of her boarding clients, and enjoys caring for the animals at their 'home away from home.' She has two children, Jacob and Lydia, and a sweet granddaughter named Nikki. Salena resides in Pembroke, NC where she was born and raised.
Martee has just returned to work after becoming a mother to her son, Dustin. She enjoys spending time with him, playing with her fur kids, and looks forward to meeting your fur-babies!
Sevin is the newest member of the Kennel Maintenance family. He has a sweet English Bulldog named JuJu, and enjoys hanging out with her in his spare time.
JoAnn has been with SEVH for about 2 years. She is responsible for making our fur-babies smell and look fresh and clean!