Dr. Sobowale has been practicing as a small animal veterinarian for over 22 years. He spent seven years as the Chief of Staff/Partner doctor at the Glen Burnie and Columbia locations of a large corporate pet hospitals.
He graduated from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, in 1992, then moved to the United Kingdom, where he interned at the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals in Bow, London.
He did his clinical year at Tuskegee University, Alabama in 2003. As a Veterinarian, his special interests are cardiology and internal medicine.
In addition to Veterinary Medicine, his other interests are reading, mentoring and traveling. He is married to his lovely wife, Mofoluke, who is a Registered Nurse and they have two beautiful children, Teni and Tito.
The Practice Manager works to ensure the standard of quality veterinary care and customer service is maintained throughout the practice.
She directs and plans marketing, social media, financial compliance, hospital policy and procedure. The Practice Manager is always available to speak with clients to answer any questions and address any concerns.
The Client Service Representative is your first point of contact when calling or coming into our hospital.
They cordially greet all our clients and their pets, schedule patient appointments, educate our clients on wellness care and parasite prevention, place appointment confirmation calls, help clients locate pet food diets, process client payments, and more.
Our Veterinary Technicians assist our veterinarians during appointments, procedures, and surgery. They are the extra eyes and ears of our doctors during all aspects of treating and caring for our patients.
Our Veterinary Technicians pride themselves on the care they give every case. They make sure that each client and their pets are comfortable during their visit to our hospital.
In addition to the care and quality attention they provide each visitor, they are continuously expanding their education on a medical and surgical level to bring you and your pet’s cutting edge knowledge in the ever-expanding field of veterinary medicine.