Who We Are
Welcome to Rolesville Veterinary Hospital!
At Rolesville Veterinary Hospital, we’re committed to providing care for the life of your pet, guiding you through the spectrum of your animal’s wellness needs. From your family cat to your exotic pet, we want to be more than your first call in an emergency. We want to be part of your health care family.
At Rolesville Veterinary Hospital, we realize that your pet is a part of your family. And we hope you’ll feel the same way about us. When your pet enters our front door, we will treat them like our own, providing extensive, compassionate care whether it’s a routine examination or treatment for an unexpected ailment.
With three convenient locations in Rolesville, Louisburg, and Raleigh, we are easily accessible for our patients in Raleigh, Wake Forest, Franklinton, Louisburg, Knightdale, and Zebulon, we offer the full spectrum of veterinary services for dogs, cats, and exotic pets such as birds, reptiles, and rabbits. Our friendly and experienced staff is dedicated to professional and cost-effective care, offering services from annual wellness checks and vaccinations to X-rays, surgeries, and chemotherapy.
Meet Our Doctors
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.
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.
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.
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. 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. 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.
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.
Dr. Hummel is a tremendous vet. She cares about her patients and clients and has their best interests at heart. She is very knowledgeable, is an excellent surgeon and has a good bedside manner. We are very grateful for all she has done for our pets.
Veterinarians and other staff are super friendly and professional. They go out of their way to make sure you are satisfied and will help out in any way that can. I highly recommend them!
Rolesville Veterinary Hospital