Dr. Bob Brown
Dr. Brown is a lifelong resident of Baltimore County. He graduated from Calvert Hall College High School, then obtained BS degrees in Animal Science and Zoology from the University of Maryland, College Park. He obtained his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, located at Virginia Tech. Throughout high school, college, and veterinary school, he worked in small animal practice as a kennel attendant and technician. He has owned Fullerton Animal Hospital since 1995. He is married and has two teenage sons.
Dr. Christine Davies
Dr. Christine Davies is originally from Harford County. She attended Virginia Tech and received her Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition along with a minor in Chemistry in 2000. She then attended Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and received her DVM in 2006. After two years of practice in Pennsylvania, she moved back to Harford County to be close to family and has practiced there for the last 7 years. Dr. Davies’ professional interests include dentistry and overseas missions teaching preventive veterinary care. On her time off, she loves hiking with her husband and three rescued dogs (Jack, Foxy, and Opie), is active in her church, and volunteers to help the homeless. She also has two rescue cats named Pop-eye and Gemini.
Dr. Jessica Franchini
Dr Franchini is originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She obtained her bachelors degree in Animal Sciences from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She has a masters degree in biology from the university of South Carolina. She received her veterinary degree from St. George’s University on the island of Grenada and did her clinical year at the University of Minnesota in 2011. Dr Franchini and her husband Steve have one wonderful chow chow named Big Boy and a crazy cute cat named Isosceles. In her spare time she enjoys catching up on sleep, reading, traveling, running and skiing.
Dr. Brad Stock
Dr. Brad Stock was raised in a small town in Oklahoma, where his passion for animals developed while helping his grandfather on the family farm and assisting his father at his rural veterinary practice. In 2011, Dr. Stock graduated from Oklahoma State University where he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree. Since then, he has worked in both rural and urban areas with a focus on general veterinary medicine and soft tissue surgeries. Dr. Stock married his wife, Mandi, in January 2016. Shortly thereafter, she received her Ph.D. in neurobiology with an interest in Alzheimer’s disease; pursuing her passion they relocated to the Baltimore area in February 2017. At the end of 2018, they had their first child, a daughter named Peyton. They share this blessing with their pets: Mia (an English Setter) and Champ (a domestic shorthair). When Dr. Stock isn’t taking care of the newborn and the pets, he enjoys keeping active outdoors with such activities as: going to the lake/ocean, hiking, skiing, biking, and scuba diving.
Dr. Goessling graduated from the University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. She practiced in Illinois for a year before moving to Maryland. After spending several years in general practice, she elected to switch to emergency medicine to help her sharpen her surgical skills. Dr. Goessling spent several years at a busy emergency practice in Bel Air and has performed hundreds of surgeries. She has decided to return to general practice to focus on building strong relationships with clients and spend time snuggling adorable puppies and kittens. In her time off, she enjoys reading, hiking with her dogs and baking.