Foster Animal Hospital, P.A.
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730 Concord Pkwy. N.
Concord, NC 28027
- Mon: 7:00am - 6:00pm (Closed for Lunch from 1-2pm)
- Tue: 7:00am - 6:00pm (Closed for Mtg. from 11:30am-2pm)
- Wed: 7:00am - 6:00pm (Closed for Lunch from 1-2pm)
- Thu: 7:00am - 6:00pm (Closed for Lunch from 1-2pm)
- Fri: 7:00am - 6:00pm (Closed for Lunch from 1-2pm)
- Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
- Sun: Closed
At Foster Animal Hospital, P.A., Foster Animal Clinic at Parkway Commons, and Paws In Motion Canine Rehabilitation Center, we are dedicated to extraordinary pet care. We are a progressive, full service, small animal hospital focused on providing exceptional medical care along with a 5-star service experience. We care for patients through all life stages and focus on preventive medicine. We also offer specialized services such as radiology and surgery performed by board certified veterinarians, as well as certified canine rehabilitation performed by two certified canine rehabilitation therapists and a certified canine rehabilitation assistant. We believe that preventive medicine is key to keeping your pet happy and healthy for years to come. Call today to schedule an appointment for your pet.
Foster Animal Hospital, P.A. Services
- Behavioral Medicine
- Blood Transfusions
- Dental Care
- Emergency and Critical Care
- Fully Stocked Pharmacy
- Hospice and Euthanasia Services
- Laser Therapy
- Nutritional Counseling
- Pain Management
- Parasite Prevention and Control
- Preventive Care Plans
- Puppy and Kitten Care
- Radiology (X-Rays)
- Senior Care
- Wellness Exams
- Canine Rehabilitation Therapy
Foster Animal Hospital, P.A. Staff Profiles
Debbie joined the Foster Animal Hospital team in August 2005. She is our Housekeeper. Debbie feels that providing an exceptionally clean veterinary hospital experience allows our clients and patients to enjoy their visit and focus on the quality medical care they receive. She loves to hear clients say how good things smell in the hospital and "can I take you home with me?"
Housekeeper is not her only role here. She loves working with animals and does so by assisting in the Resort and SPAw providing care for our resort guests. She enjoys being able to bathe the dogs to make them look their best when owners pick them up.
Debbie has several pets of her own. She has six dogs, Keesha, Buddy, Snowball, Kala, Rowdy, and Dixie. She also has a cat named Kela and a rabbit named Jack.
Robin Moser, DVMVeterinarian
Dr. Robin Moser earned her Bachelor's degree in zoology and animal science from N.C. State University. She received her DVM from Auburn University (2010 BCS National Champions--Go War Eagle!) in 1983. Dr. Moser practiced small animal medicine in several states before settling in Concord in 1994. She started at Foster Animal Hospital the following year.
As a child, every "stray" in the neighborhood just happened to follow her home. She was always trying to bring more pets into her family. Between her infinite love of animals and her unique style of handwriting, her mother knew she was destined to be a Veterinarian. Dr. Moser loves her job because something new is always coming in the door and usually has an interesting person attached to the leash or carrier. So grab a leash or carrier and your pet and come on in and meet her.
She currently resides with one husband, three children, two dogs, L.B. and Dudley, and two cats, Sherbert and Tori. These numbers have been known to change but hopefully only by the number of dogs and cats.
CandaceTechnician Assistant, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant
Candace graduated high school with honors from First Assembly Christian School in 2004. She received her Veterinary Assistant degree through Penn Foster Career School and is now pursuing her Veterinary Technician associate's degree. Candace joined Foster Animal Hospital in 2008 in the resort area, and has transitioned into working as an exam room and treatment assistant.
Candace strives to work with animals and pet owners towards better care and education, and she eagerly accepts further opportunities to learn and to serve our patients. Seeing the bond between animals and their owners is what makes every day worth it for her. Prolonging that bond brings her happiness as well as happiness to the animals and their owners.
Candace has always lived in a zoo: four dogs, five cats, her mom, sister, and daughter. As a single working mother, she credits family and friends for all their help. Her hobbies are being outdoors, reading a good book, working out, and watching movies.