Dr. Cindy Johnson
Dr. Cindy Johnson has had a heart for animals since childhood. So, becoming a veterinarian is living out her dream. She began this journey by receiving her Bachelor’s in Biology and Associates in Veterinary Technology from Morehead State University in Kentucky. Then she graduated from veterinary school at The Ohio State University (Go Buckeyes!) She is also an AVCA (American Veterinary Chiropractic Association) certified animal chiropractor. After working for an animal hospital in Columbus, Ohio, she decided to venture away from her native Ohio to enjoy the warm weather and beautiful outdoors of the “Peak of good living.” She worked at a Raleigh based veterinary clinic for nine years. After over 10 years of veterinary experience, she opened Peak City Veterinary Hospital. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and concerts. She also enjoys working out and spending time with family (which include her dog, Loki, and cats, Fender and Gibson.)
Nikki has over six years of veterinary experience, five of which have been working alongside Dr. Cindy. Currently, Nikki is working towards her Veterinary Technician Associate Degree through Ashworth College. Her goal is to eventually manage a vet tech department at an animal hospital. Our foster care evangelist, she often attends Cause for Paws events to raise awareness of the importance of fostering animals. And, her favorite part of her job is working with the animals from the rescues clinics with whom Peak City Vet partners. Having such a soft spot in her heart for rescues, she not only has fostered animals, but adopted three rescue dogs. Their names are Grace and Moose who are pit bull mixes and Trigger, a great dane mix. When Nikki doesn’t have her hands full with taking care of her dogs, she likes to fish, go boating, watch football and play video games.
Pets have always been a major part of Dylan’s life and because of that, he aspires to give the highest quality care to your pet as if he or she were his own. He has one pet, a pit-bull mix named Spud. Though Spud can be a bit hard-headed at times, Dylan loves him dearly. Dylan started his animal experience by pet sitting for friends and family. He enjoyed the world of animals so much he went onto work for locally owned Unleashed Dog and Cat Store. Eventually, he went on to spend a year working for Magnolia Animal Hospital in Raleigh before coming to Peak City Veterinary Hospital