"We treat all of our patients as if they are our Family. Helping pets through Medicine not only helps those individual pets, but so many people who love those pets in the process. A personally rewarding process of treating animals develops and maintains positive human relationships, bringing people & families closer together…" -- Dr. Marlon
Our Hospital highly values “Wisdom & Experience,” and in teaching those who want to learn and better themselves in the veterinary field. Sharing priceless methods of helping animals can be taught to future veterinarians, where important & simplified information can be used to educate clients, teaching them what to monitor for in their pets at home, and making them the best pet parents they can possibly be. The better you do at home, the better we can do in the hospital..
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Marlon K Sequeira, DVM
Dr. Marlon Sequeira is a local of Winston-Salem, NC and spent most of his youth in the area. Combining his love for animals and science, he attended The North Carolina School of Science & Mathematics, and subsequently, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, majoring in Biochemistry and eventually moving to upstate New York, earning his Veterinary Medical Degree (DVM) from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. After veterinary school, Dr. Marlon worked in a high volume, quality small animal general practice hospital in Raleigh/Wake Forest (training in medicine and surgery), before opening up his own mobile veterinary practice for 6+ years and recently, a full veterinary hospital in North Raleigh. Dr. Marlon is happily married (to his best half and best friend) to a beautiful, intelligent woman named Ashima, who is an outstanding human medical doctor. They both enjoy, and share a love for cooking together, playing tennis, walks on a nice, sunny day, helping people and animals through their jobs, dancing (as they first met on a hip-hop/bhangra dance team at UNC Chapel Hill), along with much more. Dr. Marlon loves singing, dancing, helping pets through medicine, teaching clinical medicine to his Undergraduate Interns/Technicians aspiring to go to Veterinary School, traveling, and meeting several different types of people. Dr. Marlon is an Eagle Scout, and truly believes in the motto, “Be Prepared,” as seen in his thorough history taking, physical examinations, client education, and experience working in a kennel at the age of 15, general practice and emergency technician for several summers afterwords, and as a passionate veterinarian.