Dr. Sharon King graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 after receiving her Bachelor of Science from Wake Forest University.
Caring for and about animals has been a life-long passion starting at an early age. She grew up on her grandparent’s dairy farm where bottle feeding calves, milking dairy cows, and playing with the barn cats was an everyday routine. She worked part time during her years at Wake Forest with her uncle, a small animal veterinarian. It was there that she felt the call to become a small animal veterinarian. She enjoyed making a difference in the lives of people and their pets.
During veterinary school, she developed a special interest in small animal geriatric medicine and ophthalmology. These continue to still be areas that still pique her interest and are often topics of continuing education. Dr. King spends all her free time with her family. She is always in the stands watching her husband coach their three sons’ baseball teams. Their golden retriever, Bella, is a great outfielder in the back yard and their cat, Hope, is content to watch the action from the sidelines.
Dr. Joy Bolynn has been a veterinarian at Town ‘n’ Country since 2007. A graduate of Meredith College and North Carolina State University, she’s particularly interested in surgery, anesthesia, nutrition and pain management. When one of her own pets didn’t respond well to western medicine, she began an ongoing study of integrative medicine that incorporates Food Therapy, Western and Traditional Chinese Herbal Therapy.
Dr. Bolynn’s family includes her husband Mike, a young daughter and son, Lexus and Stanley (two lovable rescued dogs who love to come to work with her) and Dexter the cat. When not at work, Joy loves spending time with her family, frequently taking in outdoor activities that are Stanley-and-Lexus friendly.
“Miss Joy” also volunteers her time as the Treehouse coordinator at Trinity Worship Center and as the 4H Coordinator at Children’s House Montessori. Her hobbies include photography and Krav Maga, which she teaches at Burlington Krav Maga. (For your own safety, do NOT sneak up on her, okay?)
Dr. Morgan Horn is a native of Alamance County and attended North Carolina State University where she obtained her undergraduate degree in Animal Science. While in college, she worked at Town N Country as an Exam Room Nurse. Dr. Horn graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. Her interests include dermatology, surgery, geriatric pet care, and reproduction.
Dr. Horn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, horseback riding, and traveling to the coast. She currently resides in Alamance County with her husband and their two Labrador Retrievers, Drake and Bailey.