Dr. Audrey Mizrahi has a B.S. in Biology from Syracuse University.
She received her DVM from Tuskegee University in 1993. During her second year
in veterinary school she worked at Lee County Humane Society in Alabama which
was also an animal control holding facility. There she witnessed first-hand the
horrors of pet overpopulation, having to personally euthanize as many as 50
animals per day on a regular basis. This experience turned her professional
aspirations toward making a difference in the fight against pet overpopulation.
Upon graduation, she worked as an associate at several practices in Wilmington
as well as part-time at the New Hanover Humane Society's spay/neuter clinic and
New Hanover County Animal Control Services. She has performed over 25,000
surgeries in the past 15 years.
Dr. Mizrahi enjoys gardening, and tending to her livestock (cows, pigs,
goats, chickens, emus and other fowl)
as well as the 5 dogs and 11 cats and husband she
shares her home with.