Daniel Nordland, DVM
Dr. Dan Nordland, the practice owner of Yadkin Park Animal Hospital in Southen Pines, NC., received bachelor degrees in Animal Husbandry and Dairy Husbandry from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture in Doylestown, Pa. in 1979. He then came to North Carolina and worked in the swine industry for N.G. Purvis Farms in northern Moore County for 9 years. In 1988 he began his veterinary training at NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine. He received multiple honors and scholarships during his years in veterinary school including induction into the exclusive honor societies of Phi Zeta and Phi Kappa Phi. He graduated in 1992 with the highest grade point average in the class of 1992 and multiple offers to work as a veterinarian in the swine industry.
Dr. Nordland chose to move back to Moore County after veterinary school and go into small animal medicine due to his love for his own pets, and the satisfaction he derived from giving individualized care to these loving pets. He was hired as an associate veterinarian at Yadkin Park Animal Hospital in July of 1992. By 2007 he became the sole owner of the practice.
Dr. Nordland loves what he does in all respects, but his favorite areas of medicine include orthopedic surgery, soft-tissue surgery and cancer chemotherapy. He regularly does hip, knee and elbow surgeries. His chemotherapy areas of expertise include mast cell tumors, lymphosarcoma, skin tumors in general and many more. He also enjoys endoscopy when it is needed. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Nordland lives with his wife, Terry and their dog Remy, a mini Aussiedoodle, in West End. He enjoys hunting and fishing, blues music, throwing boomerangs, working out at the gym and has just begun playing the guitar.
Jenny Powers, DVM
Dr. Jenny B. Powers has been practicing at Yadkin Park Animal Hospital in Southern Pines, NC since 1995 after graduating from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University. Dr. Powers received her Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and graduated magna cum laude from Meredith College in 1988.
A native of Roanoke, Virginia, the daughter of a physician and a medical technologist, and the youngest of 6 children, Dr. Powers grew up caring for animals and spending a lot of time at a goat farm tucked away in the hills of Southwest Virginia. There she worked alongside and was inspired by a mixed animal veterinarian, later volunteering in his clinic and joining him on farm calls. After graduating from college and before attending veterinary school, Dr. Powers worked for three years as a research technician at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in the Department of Cell Biology and also worked as a wildlife intern at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Dr. Powers enjoys the everyday excitement and variety of practicing veterinary medicine and feels that people are the most important part of veterinary medicine. Her interests include internal medicine, dermatology, wound management, and feline medicine. Her professional passions include public health and zoonoses, and the One Health/One Medicine initiatives.
Currently living in rural Chatham County with her husband, Dr. Powers has two cats, seven chickens, and dreams of having a herd of goats one day.
Kaitlyn Walsh, DVM
Dr. Kaitlyn Walsh grew up in Cary, NC and spent her time as a child with her pets and showing horses. She always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian and loved visiting the CSU CVM open house every year. Dr. Walsh went to NCSU for both her bachelor’s degree in animal science and for her Veterinary training. She is a very proud member of the Wolfpack!
After graduation Dr. Walsh pursued further training in equine medicine and ophthalmology, then transitioned to small animal general practice in Winston Salem, NC. Her favorite part of being a veterinarian is the opportunity to build long lasting relationships with both patients and their owners. She enjoys anything ophthalmology related, performing ultrasounds, and providing a fear free experience for her patients.
Dr. Walsh and her husband and young son, as well as their two dogs and two cats, are excited about putting down roots in Moore County and getting to know the community. In her free time she likes to spend time outside going for a good run, followed by a delicious meal.
Megan Mack McNair, DVM
Dr. Megan Mack McNair, who is also known as “Dr. Mack”, comes to Yadkin Park Animal Hospital from Richmond County. Dr. Mack graduated from NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine and she has twenty years of experience as a small animal veterinarian. Her special interest is soft tissue surgery.
Bob Wagner, DVM
Dr. Wagner received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Sonoma State University, Sonoma, California. He then went to the University of Saskatchewan, W.C.V.M. for further graduate studies. While there he did some teaching and research in the Veterinary Microbiology Department, concentrating on viral diseases.
Choosing then to enter veterinary medicine he graduated in 1977. He worked in a mixed practice in Kelowna, B.C. Canada for five years. Then he moved back to his home state and town to open the Glen Ellen Veterinary Hospital in 1983. After enjoying over thirty years of private practice he sold the practice and moved to North Carolina in 2013.
Dr. Bob enjoys meeting the people and their pets and keeping your furry friends healthy.
A passion for golf makes Pinehurst a perfect place to live with his wife Pam (a horse woman) and their Wheaten Scottish Terrier, Bette. Reading, motorcycles and music are just a few of his hobbies. If you come on a Saturday, you may just see him pull in on his Harley.