Important Alert: Due to high demand, we are not accepting any spay neuter appointments for the remainder of the year.
Medical Director - Pineville
Dr. Reynolds Gray was born and raised on a horse farm in North Carolina. She went to college and veterinary school at North Carolina State University. After graduating from the College of Veterinary Medicine, she pursued a medical/surgical internship at Mississippi State University. She then began practicing as a mixed animal veterinarian in rural North Carolina, but soon found her niche providing affordable care to patients and clients through Stand for Animals Veterinary Clinic.
In her spare time, Dr. Gray enjoys riding her horse Vinnie on trails or spending time with her puppy Magpie. She also loves to go fishing and spend time with her family.
- Current pets: "Magpie (the poodle), Stella and Evangeline (the cats), Vinnie (the horse) and Shirley (the mini donkey)."
- Most admirable quality about your pet: "Magpie's loyalty."
- Spaying/neutering is important: "It helps decrease the number of unwanted animals in shelters and prevent overpopulation of animals that have no one to care for them."
- My favorite part of being a vet: "Having the opportunity to listen to what my patients are "saying" (without words) and heal them."