Meet Our Doctors
Jennifer Hummel, DVM
Rolesville, Louisburg, Forestville
Dr. Jennifer Hummel is a Wilson, North Carolina native with over 15 years of experience practicing veterinary medicine. She came to Rolesville Veterinary Hospital in 2008 and is currently rotating between both Rolesville Veterinary Hospital and their sister facility Louisburg Veterinary Clinic. She is also currently involved in the Louisburg Spay and Neuter Clinic. She specializes in care for dogs, cats, and exotic animals.
Dr. Hummel’s passions include advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, emergency medicine and integrative veterinary medicine (acupuncture, herbal & food therapy). Her variety in surgical skills has come through both mentorship and advanced surgical courses. She has undergone extensive training in stifle (knee) surgery and has worked closely with Orthomed to be able to provide clients with advanced procedures for cranial cruciate ligament rupture, the MMP (Modified Maquet Procedure) and patella luxation (Ridgestop Procedure). Her goal is to be able to provide advanced surgical procedures and medical treatments for animals and their owners at an affordable price.
She has completed her training in canine and feline acupuncture and plans to continue to receive certification in food therapy and herbal therapy as well. She is currently working on her certification for the Human Animal Bond. She is a USDA accredited veterinarian. Dr. Hummel has also received certification from Vet Stem in stem cell regenerative medicine. She is excited about the opportunities that integrative veterinary medicine can bring to her canine and feline patients.
When she is not working, she enjoys spending time chasing her daughter Quinn and being surrounded by her pets – especially her 140 lb bloodhound, Duke. She enjoys being active through training with camp gladiator and running terrain races with friends and family. She also enjoys the quieter side of yoga, reading & outdoor activities.
Jasmine Glasco, DVM
Rolesville, Louisburg, Forestville
Dr. Jasmine Glasco attended North Carolina State University for her undergraduate studies and veterinary medical degree, graduating in 2015. She has special interests in wound therapy, large wound management, and preventative medicine. Dr. Glasco loves to teach, including mentoring young veterinarians and educating clients about their pets. She also enjoys creating lasting relationships with pet parents and their pets.
You can find Dr. Glasco working out at Burn Boot Camp, meditating, or practicing yoga outside of work. She also loves to try out new recipes and spend time with her significant other. Dr. Glasco is excited to be part of the Rolesville Veterinary Hospital family!
Davelyn Rednour, DVM
Dr. Davelyn Rednour is originally from upstate New York. She relocated to North Carolina to attend North Carolina State University, obtaining her undergraduate degree at NCSU and graduating from NCSU-CVM in 1994. She also has a BS in microbiology and a minor in immunology. Dr. Rednour has been working in small animal medicine in private practice and corporate practices for over 20 years. Dr. Rednour is very passionate about all aspects of her career, but is especially interested in feline medicine, dermatology and client education of preventative medicine. Dr. Rednour lives locally with her husband and a small menagerie of pets including: 7 cats, 3 dogs, 6 horses, cattle and ducks.
Andrew Reid, DVM
Dr. Andrew Reid is a graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. His interest in medicine began early in childhood as he spent time with several veterinarians growing up in Eastern North Carolina. After earning his degree in Chemistry from East Carolina University and working with animals at the Brody School of Medicine in the Department of Comparative Medicine, he realized his true love was working in the veterinary field. After graduating from ECU, Dr. Reid returned home and worked as a vet assistant at a local animal clinic until his acceptance into vet school. His special interests in the veterinary field include soft tissue/orthopedic surgery, internal medicine, and preventive medicine.
Dr. Reid currently lives in the Triangle area with his fiancée Hannah, two dogs (a Heeler named Luke and a Lab named Lando), and two cats (Luna and Neville). In his free time, he enjoys watching/attending sporting events and spending time with his fiancée and animals.
Erika Richardson, DVM
Forestville and Rolesville
Dr. Erika Y. Richardson was born and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where she attended Overhills High School. She spent her undergraduate years earning her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science at North Carolina State University, where she was a cheerleader proudly cheering on the Wolfpack! GO PACK! She remained at the university to attend their College of Veterinary Medicine and earn her Doctorate. Dr. Richardson joined the Vets Pets team in the Summer of 2022 and has been helping the pets in the surrounding areas ever since. She’s particularly passionate about soft tissue surgery and preventative care. Her goal is to help you prevent disease where possible so your furry family member can live a long, good quality life with you!
In her time away from the office, Dr. Richardson enjoys watching TV, going to the movies, fine dining, traveling, attending festivals and other community events, visiting amusement parks, and spending time with her family, which includes her husband (Logan), two daughters (Eden and Mila), son (Landon), and pitbull (Titus).
Colleen Sawyer, DVM
Dr. Sawyer earned her DVM degree with honors from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. She was granted membership to Phi Zeta, the Veterinary Honors Society, for academic achievement. After veterinary school, she completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia. She has been in private practice ever since. Dr. Sawyer’s veterinary interests include feline medicine, dentistry, ultrasound, and nutrition.
Dr. Sawyer graduated cum laude from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Military Science in 1997. She then served in the United States Army Medical Service Corps, where she achieved the rank of Captain. While in the 82nd Airborne Division, she became a Jumpmaster, earned her Senior Parachutist badge, and served overseas in Afghanistan. Outside of work, she enjoys cycling, running, and swimming. She and her husband Robert have two cats (Scruffy Cat and Abby) and one dog (a yellow lab named Summer).
Nicholas Sterlacci, DVM
Dr. Sterlacci graduated from St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. He has practiced in upstate New York and Northern New Jersey before joining Rolesville Vet Hosp in 2020. Previous to veterinary school, he graduated from Wagner College in Staten Island, NY.
Dr. Sterlacci has lived in NYC, Pennsylvania, Grenada (Caribbean Island), and Upstate New York, before relocating to Raleigh in 2020. Outside of work, he plays hockey as a goalie, rides his motorcycle, gardens, and tries to hike when he can.
He shares his passion for veterinary medicine with his wife Jackie (also a vet), his dogs (Grayson and Drake) and cats (Harvey and Slade).
Shawna Varichak, DVM
Dr. Shawna Varichak’s favorite part of veterinary medicine is seeing the joy that pets can bring to people’s lives. She is a firm believer that all people should have access to the benefits of pet ownership regardless of socioeconomic status and is passionate about building trusting and non-judgmental relationships with her clients.
Born and raised in Hibbing, Minnesota on a hobby farm, Dr. Varichak developed her love for animals. She began her career in human medicine as an intensive care registered nurse, but after a few years realized she wanted to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. She graduated from North Carolina State University School of Veterinary Medicine (Go Pack!),where she fell in love with the Raleigh area. As a collegiate volleyball player, she still loves to play in her spare time.
Being actively involved with volunteering within the profession is also important to Dr. Varichak. She has a relationship with an NGO veterinary clinic in Nicaragua where she has travelled to donate her veterinary skills to help the local animal population. She is also a co-founder and board member of Triangle Barkitecture, a local pet architecture and design competition that raises money for local animal rescue organizations.
Allyson Wilson, DVM
Dr. Wilson is an NCSU graduate, earning her BS in 2016 and DVM in 2020. Her family moved from Indiana to North Carolina in 1999, and she has lived in the area ever since. When she was 17, she started working at a local veterinary hospital, where she learned she wanted to be a veterinarian. Dr. Wilson’s interests include ophthalmology and cardiology.
In her free time, Dr. Wilson enjoys playing guitar, hiking, and archery. She has a corgi named Daisy and two guinea pigs, Maple, and Willow.
Meet Our Staff
Melissa, Practice Manager
Melissa has been working in veterinary medicine for more than 20 years. She and her husband Chris have a very spoiled beagle named Mabel. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and always looks forward to college basketball. (GO DUKE!!!) She also enjoys making cakes. Melissa feels blessed to have a job that she has so much passion for.
Kimmie, Practice Manager
Kimmie has been with the Vets Pets team for 6 years. She came to us from the human health field, where she was a CNA working with elderly and pediatric clients. Kimmie started as a receptionist and has worked her way up to the Practice Manager position for our Forestville Crossing location. She is passionate about her job, helping animals and people alike. If you ask her what her favorite part is, she will tell you that it is being able to move around and help wherever she is needed, whether at the reception desk or in the back as an assistant.
She is a native of North Carolina in the Nash and Wake County areas. She wears many hats outside of the office; she is a girlfriend, mother to 2 boys, aunt to many, and a student. She has always been an animal lover, but she especially loves her boys Sunny and Bud and her legless baby Priscilla, a ball python. She also enjoys doing activities like fishing, gardening, hiking, and kayaking outdoors.
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