Dr. Jenny Parrish
Jenny graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in English. She then spent
some time traveling in Europe and substitute teaching in California. It was when she was working as a
warden on a river in the summer of 2005 that she figured out her desire to become a veterinarian. After
taking some prerequisite courses at UNC-Asheville and NCSU, she attended veterinary school at
NCSU and graduated in 2008.
While in school, Dr. Parrish enjoyed learning about all animals and her first job was working as
a mixed animal veterinarian. Although the work was rewarding, Dr. Parrish met her husband and
began her family in 2010-11, making the hours of a mixed animal veterinarian difficult. Thus, it is
with great anticipation that she begins this new journey with her own mobile practice.
In her free time, Dr. Parrish enjoys being with her family. She likes to travel, read, knit, and
Dr. Jackie Soule
Jackie was born and raised here in Durham, North Carolina. She attended North Carolina State University
for her undergraduate work, during which she spent six months working with racehorses in Australia. She continued
her education with the Wolfpack, earning her DVM from NC State in 2001. She has worked in several practices in the
state and is thrilled to be returning to the Triangle to practice veterinary medicine in a house call setting.
When not working, Dr. Soule can be found spending time with her husband and kids. In the summer on free weekends,
you can usually find them out on the boat, skiing and tubing. In the fall and winter, ACC games are on the TV.
She enjoys decorating cakes for family birthdays, curling up with a good novel and a cup of tea, trying the new
beer from one of the local breweries, and can occasionally be found running slower than a turtle in molasses.
Her four-footed kids are Lizzie, a fuzzy little black haired mutt, and Sophie, a regal geriatric feline.
Dr. Ashleigh Caplin
Ashleigh grew up on a farm in Cape Cod Massachusetts and competed nationally in equestrian sports up through her
college years. She fell in love with Raleigh, North Carolina when she competed in the national finals, held there
in 2001. She eared her BA from Wellesley College and went on to complete her veterinary degree at Tufts Cummings
School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 where she received the Simensen award for outstanding achievement in veterinary
studies. After completing an internship program in Rhode Island, Dr. Caplin moved to North Carolina in 2014, following
her teenage dream to become an ambulatory veterinarian there.
Ashleigh worked for 2 years in equine ambulatory medicine before transitioning to companion animal medicine in a hospital
setting. She is excited to join the local mobile vet where she can combine ambulatory services with small animal medicine.
Dr Caplin has a special interest in building relationships between her patients and their owners, geriatric care, and also
has advanced training in veterinary acupuncture.
In her free time she enjoys exploring the state she now calls home with her family through hiking and travel. She also loves
horseback riding, baking, indoor rock climbing, and walks with her labrador retriever, Jax, “coconut” retriever, Chiquita,
and “foster-failure”, AryaDog.