Dr. Ryn Marlowe
Ryn Marlowe, DVM was born and raised in Charlotte. She graduated from North Carolina College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. Dr. Marlowe has been practicing veterinary medicine since. Five years ago she became frustrated that she was running out of tools to manage chronic pain and neurological disease in her own dog and her patients. This led her to pursue advanced training in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her training further fueled her interest in holistic medicine and alternative therapies. The ability to achieve results with so many different modalities and options brings joy and passion to her medical practice. Dr. Ryn Marlowe’s household is currently run by a spunky pampered Pomeranian, a sweet elderly tripod hound mix, a goofy bouncing Boston Terrier, and six spoiled rotten chickens.
When she is not helping animals she enjoys reading, gardening, spending time outdoors, traveling, raising hens, and enjoying quality time with her friends and family. Traveling is Dr. Marlowe’s special passion. She has used her interest in travel for further her veterinary experience through volunteering her veterinary services in India and Romania. Dr. Ryn Marlowe considers veterinary medicine to be a field fueled by passion. Her greatest desire is to help families and their pets experience a higher quality of life.
Kelsey Jackson – Practice Manager
Kelsey started working in the veterinary field when she was only 15 years old. She sets her expectations high to be the best at what she does. She strives to give every pet compassionate and equal care by treating them as if they are her own. Client care is Kelsey’s passion, and she always takes into consideration clients’ goals and needs for their pets. In her free time, she enjoys knitting, crocheting, and family time with her two children, husband, and corgi.
Sylvia Chappell DVM- Veterinarian
Dr. Sylvia graduated from Tuskegee University in 1995 and has been practicing in York County since graduating. She is passionate about integrative veterinary medicine. She believes that both western veterinary medicine and TCVM complement each other to further the effects of healing. Learning is her passion and loves to be involved in the community. On her time off, she spends her time with her daughter Stella watching her compete at rodeos.