Dr. Caroline “Casey” Magargle (formerly Dr. McCarty) is known among her friends and patients as simply Dr. Casey. Her love of animals started at a young age and she has worked in the veterinary field in Arizona for more than 15 years. Dr. Casey attended Arizona State University and graduated summa cum laude in 1998- with both a pre-veterinary major and a microbiology minor.
She then was accepted to the esteemed Colorado State University and spent four joyous years in veterinary medical school. Her primary focus was small animal medicine- allowing her extra study time in canine and feline medicine. Next, she moved to Ventura, California to complete an intensive and competitive internship in small animal internal medicine, surgery, and radiology at Veterinary Medical and Surgical Group. This was a voluntary, year-long intensive training position to further her medical skills.
Finally, she moved home to Arizona to happily practice small animal veterinary medicine in the town of Scottsdale. She honed her skills at a very nice practice in south Scottsdale for more than four years before deciding to open her very own animal hospital, McDowell Mountain Animal Hospital.
Her family includes her handsome husband Todd, Callie and Wesley- her extra-furry kitties, and Tahiti (Tia for short)- her not-so-hairy Pit Bull mix. She also enjoys hiking, cooking, traveling (anyplace warm), movies, and wine-tasting. But most of all- she loves her job, providing medical care for the best patients in the world – your beloved pets!
Evelyn Kass-Williamson DVM is originally from Massachusetts and is a graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary medicine. In her career as a small animal veterinarian, she has been a practice owner, a manager of multiple hospitals for a corporate practice, an associate veterinarian and most recently a relief practice owner where she has had the opportunity to learn so many new techniques from other practitioners.
For many years she has been studying complementary, integrative, holistic medicine and has incorporated many of these ideas in her practice to improve the quality of life for her patients. She is excited to join McDowell Mountain Animal Hospital where she can focus on this area.
She feels that many chronic health issues stem from challenges in the digestive tract and will focus on nutritional support including herbs and supplements to support healthy pets. She will also provide pulsed magnetic wave therapy for injuries and joint disease.
In her spare time, she likes yoga, hiking and spending time with her family. She has 2 furry family members, a 13-year-old kitty who was feral as a kitten, and a 2-year-old terrier mix who played Toto in The Wizard of Oz, has a been a PetSmart model and recently won her first qualifier in agility competition.
Dr. Beveridge is a phoenix native who grew up an avid ice hockey player. She received a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science from University of Arizona and then went on to attend Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on St. Kitts and did her clinical rotations at Michigan State School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating she worked as an emergency veterinarian in Scottsdale for over 2 years. Due to her varied case experience in emergency medicine, she developed special interest in surgery, neurological cases, internal medicine, and especially in client education. She lives with her fiancé Scott and 2 fur babies (a 3-legged blue Russian kitty named Murphy’s Law and the newest addition to her family a 7-month-old Dutch Shepherd named Ronin). Dr. Beveridge has a wide variety of hobbies that keep her busy outside of work such as: scuba diving, traveling the world, and spending time with her family.
Mary is from the great Upstate New York. She started in Veterinary field in high school and has over 20 years of experience as a Veterinary Technician and Hospital Management. Mary enjoys traveling and being outdoors. She has 3 dogs and Two cats which range from teeny tiny chihuahua to large breed. Mary loves meeting all the pets that come into McDowell Mountain Animal Hospital and making them feel welcome.
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