• Servicing the Triangle Area: Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Cary, and Hillsborough NC


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 been with Local Mobile Vet since 2015 and really loves practicing 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, and trying the new beer from one of the local breweries. Her four-footed kids are Lizzie, a fuzzy little black haired mutt, and Zeke, a ridiculously fluffy and tolerant Himalayan.



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 earned 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.

Dr. Caplin worked for 2 years in equine ambulatory medicine before transitioning to companion animal medicine in a hospital setting. She joined Local Mobile Vet in 2021 where she combined ambulatory services with small animal medicine. Dr Caplin has a special interest in building relationships between her patients and their owners, geriatric care, pain management, and also has advanced training in veterinary acupuncture.

In her free time Dr. Caplin 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 senior labrador retriever, Jax; bearded-lady mutt, Lettuce; and “foster-failure”, AryaDog.



Candice was born in Tokyo, Japan, but spent most of her childhood growing up in the greater Philadelphia area. There she fell in love with horses, riding and working at a small farm near her childhood home. She graduated from Franklin & Marshall College with a B.S. in biology and a minor in English. While in college, she further pursued her love of working with animals at a job as an assistant at a small animal emergency clinic and by volunteering at UPenn’s Vet School’s NICU. These experiences lead her on the path of veterinary medicine. After graduating from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013, she worked as an equine veterinarian in both Virginia and in the Triangle area while her husband finished a poultry medicine residency at NCSU.

After two years of equine practice, Dr. Lorandeau transitioned to small animal practice in a hospital setting. She has enjoyed managing pets of all ages, with a particular interest in cats. She has a passion for educating families about caring for their four-legged family members, with a special interest in geriatric care, internal medicine, and metabolic diseases. She is Fear Free certified and Cat Friendly Certified. Candice joined Local Mobile in 2023, and is enthusiastic about reducing fear and anxiety in pets by seeing them in the comfort of their homes.

Dr. Candice lives in Cary with her husband, two sons, and three cats. On her time off, she can be found traveling, trail running, reading, or exploring the Triangles parks and playgrounds with her sons.



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 in western North Carolina 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. It was during this time that she decided to start her own small animal house call practice. She worked with a similar practice before vet school and recalled how rewarding it was, for both the patients and their parents! She is so excited with how the practice has grown and she looks forward to the future for Local Mobile Vet.

In her free time, Dr. Jenny enjoys being with her family. She likes to travel, read, knit, and play outdoors.


Danielle Harshberger

Danielle has been working in the veterinary medicine field since 2013. After graduating from Central Carolina Community College in 2014, she earned her Registered Veterinary Technician license. She joined Local Mobile Vet in 2022 and is an amazing part of our team as a patient advocate and supporting our veterinarians.

When not helping our patients, she enjoys cooking, reading, and playing board games with friends and family. She has a dog, Camille, and a cat named Bird.



Sam has lived in North Carolina most of her life and considers herself a native even though she was born in Germany. Her mom is a Registered Veterinary Technician, so she fell in love with animals and got to be behind the scenes at a veterinary hospital at a very early age. Her first job was in a kennel, and she has worked in many positions in the field since that time, including as an assistant, as a receptionist, and as a marketing consultant and educator for Fort Dodge Animal Health. She has worked in veterinary medicine for more than 25 years and was very excited to join Local Mobile Vet in late 2021. She earned a BS in International Business from UNC Greensboro in 2003 and earned her Certified Veterinary Practice Manager designation in 2019.

When not at work, Sam enjoys spending time with her daughter, husband, and dog. Franklin is a Cardigan Corgi mix and enjoys keeping his parents on their toes by eating things he shouldn’t. They love to travel, try new beer, and be creative. These days that’s a lot of coloring, but the paints and craft supplies come out when it’s time to make a mess.

CCO (Chief Canine Officer)


Savannah is a Durhamite and was educated on the ruff streets of the city. For the last few years she has been taking care of business at Local Mobile Vet. She is always sure to greet our guests when she is at the office. We have discussed her tone with her, but she just doesn’t have a great customer service voice. She does her best to keep us all on task, but she is a big softy and can always be won over with treats and tummy rubs.



Bobbi is a freelance consultant and accepts payment in head rubs. She is very specific about her fee and will let you know when your balance is paid. She passes through, when her schedule allows, to see if she can be of service; she is particularly helpful with end of year inventory of our treat supply. She told us her birth name once but prefers to be recognized by her pen name when on the job.