Dr. Douglas Hambright, VMD
Owner of Nebel St. Animal Hospital
Dr. Hambright is a life long resident of the Washington metropolitan area. After graduating from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Biology, he earned his V.M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. Dr. Hambright practiced as an associate veterinarian in the area until he opened Nebel St. Animal Hospital in 1999.
Dr. Hambright believes that all animals including humans, deserve to be treated with kindness, respect, and dignity. When he isn’t caring for his patients at Nebel St. Animal Hospital, he is spending time with his family. He especially enjoys preparing holiday meals and hosting gatherings. He is an avid weekend cyclist, enjoys reading, playing guitar and listening to all types of music.
Dr. Hambright and his wife, Carol, share their home with their two adopted tabby cats, Finn and Jake.
Dr. Carole Foster, DVM
Dr. Foster graduated from Ohio State University of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. She practiced in the town of Brandon, FL for eight years specializing in small animal and emergency medicine. She moved back to her home state of Maryland in 1994.
Dr. Foster practiced emergency medicine at Metropolitan Emergency Animal Clinic for 18 years, eventually becoming a co-owner. She retired in 2013 to focus on her house call practice and also holistic medical therapy and wellness care.
Dr. Foster joined Nebel Street Animal Hospital as a part time practitioner in 2013 and became a full-time associate in October of 2020. She performs acupuncture and photobio-modulation (cold laser) therapy. She has experience in treating rodents, rabbits and the occasional kangaroo. Dr. Foster shares her home with three cats, Zelda, Zorro and Zazu and her Lhasa Apso, Dr. Pepper.