Meet Carolina Equine Hospital’s Newest Veterinary Intern, Dr. Caroline Moore

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Meet Carolina Equine Hospital’s Newest Veterinary Intern, Dr. Caroline Moore!

Every year, Carolina Equine Hospital (CEH) welcomes  new veterinary interns to join the team for a year.  Our interns are fully-licensed veterinarians and are pursuing an extra year of experience and mentorship before they move on to other positions. Interns are a great addition to our team, and while we miss them once they finish out the year with us, we know they are heading off to go make a difference in the lives of new clients and their animals.

Getting to Know Dr. Caroline Moore

Let’s get to know Dr. Moore a little better. We provided her with a brief Q&A to learn more about her background and interests. Here were her responses.

Ashley  – Where are you from, and where do you live now?

CM- I am from Cincinnati, Ohio- now I live in Reidsville.

A- Where did you attend vet school?

CM- Ohio State University

A- What do you like to do in your free time?

CM- I love being outside- hiking, running, and hiking a soccer ball around with friends. And laughing- always down for a good prank or cheesy Dad joke.

A- What is your favorite food?

CM- I could eat oatmeal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Also I loooooove pad thai.

A – Please tell us an interesting fact about you

CM- The summer before vet school I worked as head wrangler on a dude ranch of about 60 horses. It was wild. Some of my favorite moments!

A – Now on to the work- related ones!

When did you develop your interest in horses?

CM-My mom gave me the horse bug. She grew up riding and owned a horse when I was born. She was my partner in crime at horse shows and now we enjoy trail riding together.

A – Do you have any of your own horses?

CM- Not currently- but hopefully soon!

A – What made you want to spend a year interning at CEH?

CM-The people. I love the work environment. It’s a great team that supports each other and strives to practice excellent quality of medicine. 

A – What is one thing you feel is very important for horse owners to know about caring for horses?

CM- The daily care you put in now is so important for long term health!

Expert Equine Care in Guilford County

Dr. Caroline Moore joins a team of providers at Carolina Equine Hospital that is passionate about equine health. From routine check-ups and vaccinations to reproductive services and acupuncture, CEH has the equipment, experience, and expertise to provide the best care possible for your horse. If your horse needs medical services or you would simply like to schedule a routine check-up, you can request an appointment online.