Dr. Caroline Magargle (or Dr. Casey to her friends and clients) has lived in Arizona since childhood. Her devotion to pets and medicine started young, having all of her stuffed animals in casts and bandages. Her career was cemented during her teenage years while working at a clinic in Scottsdale. A good samaritan brought in an injured cat and the veterinarians determined that she was pregnant and had been hit by a car. Her injuries made a cesarean section necessary and all of the employees got to help with the newborn kittens.
After participating in this miraculous day, Dr. Casey was determined to help animals. She attended Arizona State University, followed by Colorado State University for her veterinary degree in 2003. She has always specialized in cats and dogs, practicing in the valley for 20 years.
Her favorite part of her job is preventative medicine. She loves making sure that puppies and kittens stay protected from infectious diseases. She also enjoys educating people on how to best care for their furry friends and teaching other staff members how to gently handle pets.
Dr. Casey is very busy with her family, including a pit bull dog named Jenna, a ball python named Pringles, and a sulcata tortoise named Copper Popper! She also enjoys hiking, cooking, and volunteering on her children’s PTO.