Dr. Weston Moseley
Doctor Weston Moseley was born and raised in Lake Charles and started working at Downtown Animal Hospital when he was 16 years old as a kennel manager and veterinary assistant. After completing college at McNeese and LSU, he graduated from Ross University in 2016 where he earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, he returned home to practice. Dr. Moseley enjoys fishing and relaxing at home with his dog and is excited to be back in the Lake Area after being gone a while.
Dr. Dennis Perkins
Dr. Perkins is a 1973 Lagrange High School graduate. He attended McNeese State University doing his pre-vet training until 1976, then graduated from LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. Dr. Perkins enjoys outdoor activities and his knowledge and experience have been a great asset to the hospital.
Dr. Wade Woolman
Dr. Woolman began working at Downtown Animal Hospital when he was 15 years old. He attended McNeese State University then transferred to Louisiana State University, and graduated with a B.S. in Animal Science. In 2012, he graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed clinical rotations at Louisiana State University. He enjoys reading, hunting, fishing, and outdoor activities. He also likes spending time with his family and friends.
Dr. Jay Carter
Dr. Carter is a native of Lake Charles, and graduated from Lagrange High School in 1971. He continued his education at McNeese State University, earning a degree in microbiology in 1976. He then attended LSU in Baton Rouge, graduating with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. He is active, enjoys being outdoors and likes spending time with his wife, 4 children, and 2 grandchildren.
Dr. Lindsey Whitehurst
Dr. Whitehurst was born and raised in Mandeville, LA. She graduated from LSU in 2008 with a degree in Animal Science. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 from LSU School of Veterinary Medicine. She enjoys riding and showing horses, traveling, cooking, painting, spending time with family and, of course, playing with her pets. Dr. Whitehurst has two dachshunds, Sebastian and Theodore, and a cat named Rupert.