Dr. Audra Alley has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Research Triangle Metro area since 2004 after working in private practice in both West Virginia and Tennessee. She is a native of Alabama and a 1996 graduate of Mississippi State University School of Veterinary Medicine.
In 2003, Dr. Alley completed her certification in Veterinary Acupuncture, and she has been an advocate of integrative medicine. Her mixture of Eastern and Western medicine has enabled her to provide exemplary and integrative care for her client's pets. In the spring of 2007, Dr. Alley led a group of veterinary students on a two week trip to China to study acupuncture and herbal medicine as she continued her quest for advanced veterinary care knowledge.
In her spare time, Dr. Alley enjoys time with her husband, Mark, son, Reid, daughter, Taylor, two dogs, Sampson and Mercury, and two cats, Tobey & Max.
Dr. David Kleisch joined Shiloh Animal Hospital in the spring of 2013. Dr. Kleisch is native to North Carolina, growing up in Greensboro, NC, and has been in the Research Triangle area since 2001, living in both Chapel Hill and Raleigh.
Dr. Kleisch completed his undergraduate from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2005, his Masters of Business Administration from North Carolina State University in 2010, and he obtained his Veterinary Degree from North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013.
Dr. Kleisch is interested in preventative medicine, surgery, and rehabilitative medicine. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing and spending time with his wife, Margaret Ann, his children Anderson & Sally, their dog, Camden, and his family on the coast.
Dr. Eyrich has a special interest in geriatric and integrative medicine, as well as sports medicine and rehabilitation. She's trained in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) and is continuing to expand her knowledge on acupuncture, herbal, and food therapies. She loves having more "tools in her toolbox" to help provide the best possible care for her patients. Dr. Eyrich is also Fear Free Certified and aims to make every patient's visit a positive experience.
Dr. Eyrich shares her life with her husband, Dannyel, her pit bull mix, Chloe, and two tuxedo cats, Herbie and Cherie. When she's not working, Dr. Eyrich enjoys horseback riding, spending time outdoors, cooking, and watching NASCAR races and hockey games (Go Canes!).
Dr. Silverstein moved to the Triangle in 2007 after working in private practice in Massachusetts and Arizona. She much prefers the climate and culture of North Carolina to all of her previous homes! She is a native of New Jersey, and she received both her BS in Biology ('95) and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine ('99) from Cornell University. While a graduate student, she was part of the original team of students to create the Pet Loss Support Hotline at the veterinary college.
"Dr. Shana" pursued training in veterinary acupuncture in 2012, and she has enjoyed the ability to offer additional treatment opportunities for her patients within an integrative medicine setting. She prides herself on building strong doctor-client-patient relationships and educating her clients to empower them to participate in their pets' health care plans.
Dr. Shana shares her life with her husband, Tom, and children, Liam and Talia. Their home is the playzone for their pittie, Cisco Rango, and two cats, Ricci and Alice. In her spare time, she tries to take Cisco for a run, she is actively involved with her synagogue as a Torah scroll reader, and she sings with the Triangle Jewish Chorale. She is also the proud daughter of her parents, who are dedicated weekly photography volunteers at Wake County Animal Center.
Growing up in New Jersey there was always a dog and cat in the house. She and her family moved to North Carolina and one of her first jobs as a teenager was at a Veterinary Hospital as kennel staff. After high school she attended UNC-Greensboro where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology.
Life then took her across the Atlantic Ocean to Namibia, Africa where she volunteered at Harnas Wildlife Foundation, a farm whose mission is to care for, rehabilitate and return injured, orphaned or abandoned animals to where they belong in the wild. While there she was introduced to Erindi Private Game Reserve and became their first female American safari guide. Her days were filled with hosting visitors on guided game drives. She is not sure she would have returned to the States if her work visa had been extended.
After returning back to North Carolina Dr. Tabor she attended Ross School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts and completed her clinical year of studies at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. During breaks she completed externships with Wildlife Vets in South Africa and Elephants World in Thailand.
Her clinical interests are surgery, pain management and practicing Fear Free™ techniques.
Each day Dr. Tabor returns home to her two island cats, Reid & Ryann. She enjoys traveling, yoga and visits to the Outer Banks.
Dr. Kirk is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Arkansas, followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University in 2014. An externship during her fourth year of school brought her to North Carolina where she practiced outside of the Charlotte area for seven years prior to moving to Raleigh.
Dermatology, Internal medicine, and diagnostic ultrasound are among Dr. Kirk's chief interests. She strives to make each patient feel as comfortable as possible with his or her visit. She is a certified in Fear Free and Low Stress Handling (Silver) techniques. Outside of the hospital she can be found hitting the trails with her husband, Dylan, daughter Sedona, and son Declan. She also enjoys reading, sewing, and exploring local restaurants and breweries.
After moving to NC, she helped out in special education classrooms and became the Client Care Coordinator for in-home senior care. She has three (almost grown) children Hunter, Carter, & Makenzie and her desire to aid animals in finding the right home inspired her to become a foster home. When the opportunity to combine her love of animals and people together as the “MOM” at Shiloh, she knew it was an opportunity she needed to pursue. She has recently started running & is working on the balance between work, life & self preservation. Stacey has found a perfect match here at Shiloh where she shares the same Core Values and Philosophy as it relates to furbabies, pet parents & staff.
Chelsea is currently returning to school to finish her third college degree in order to advance her career and continue to improve the lives of furbabies and their families. In her spare time, Chelsea can be found writing, painting, audio/video editing, go-karting, archery, or fighting the Man.