When a family member is under the weather or suffering from discomfort, he deserves the attention of a caring, competent physician with the skills to diagnose his ailment and the compassion to treat him with tenderness.
At Princess Anne Veterinary Hospital, an expert staff of veterinarian doctors and a skilled team of technicians are here to do just that. Under the directorship of our highly skilled veterinary doctors, your pet is always in good hands. We're ready when your pet needs us.
Dr. Johnson has been the Managing Veterinarian at Princess Anne Veterinary Hospital since 2016. She is originally from Huntingburg, Indiana, grew up all over western North Carolina, and has been in the Hampton Roads area since 2010. Dr. Johnson graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Prior to completing her Bachelor of Science in Biology at University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Dr. Johnson joined the United States Army where she obtained her paratrooper wings and returned a member of the 82nd Airborne Division. Her special interests are in geriatric medicine, anesthesia, and ophthalmology. She is the proud owner of a barncat rescue named P.Y.T, a Sandbridge rescue kitten named Theodore, an English Bull Terrier Jo-Jo, a rescue Boxer mix Carly, a spoiled Rottenweiler named Andros, and a senior hound mix named Rosco. During her time away from work, Dr. Johnson enjoys fitness and outdoor activities, but her absolute favorite thing to do is ride her Indian Scout Sixty “Roxie” looking for more miles and smiles.
Dr. Kier has been with Princess Anne Veterinary Hospital since 2002. He is a nationally accredited Veterinarian and is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Kier received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech where he graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Wildlife Science and minors in Animal Science and Biology. In 1998, Dr. Kier started his graduate education at the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, located on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean. His senior year was completed at the University of Georgia before returning back to Virginia.
When not working at Princess Anne Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Kier enjoys spending time with his wife (a local emergency Veterinarian) and his three children (two daughters and a son). Clients will often see him with his family at soccer, church, or scouting events. The Kier household has numerous pets including an Australian Shepherd, four cats and a number of fish tanks (both fresh and saltwater).