Cobb Animal Clinic

For over 50 years Cobb Animal Clinic has offered quality veterinary care to the animals of Guilford County. We have long been recognized as one of the premier veterinary facilities in the state with a reputation for outstanding client service and patient care.

But experience is not our only asset! We continuously upgrade and enhance our facility and medical equipment so we can offer our patients the latest in technology. Our doctors and staff attend many hours of continuing education every year to add to their medical and product knowledge. Our practice focus is on preventative medical care. We offer discounted Annual Wellness programs structured to your pet's life stage and needs. We begin with puppies and kittens and continue into the senior years. We believe our job is to guide and educate our clients about pet care to enable them to maximize their pet's health and lifespan.

We welcome new clients and sincerely thank present ones for their patronage and referrals.

Referrals from our clients have enabled us to grow to employ four full time veterinarians and over 25 support staff. Our entire staff is committed to giving the very best of care to not only our patients but also to their owners. We are always here to help you with advice and information. We hold regular training seminars for our client relations and nursing staff so they are able to answer many of your general information questions.

  • 3224 Battleground Avenue
  • Greensboro,NC 27408
  • Phone: (336) 288-8550
  • Fax: (336) 288-0413
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  • Mon-Fri: 7:00AM-6:00PM
  • Sat: 7:00AM-12:00PM
  • Sun: 7:00AM-8:00AM
  • Sun: 5:00pm-6:00pm (Boarding pick-up/drop-offs only)
  • W. Mark Whitley, DVM

    Veterinarian, Owner

    Dr. Whitley grew up in Concord, N.C. He completed his undergraduate studies at N.C. State university and earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. While at Auburn he served on the Board of Student Ethics, was in the Veterinary National Honor Society, and the Omega Tau Sigma service fraternity. He was also involved in spinal cord research.

    He came to Cobb Animal Clinic in 1985 as a preceptor and became a permanent member of our staff upon graduation. He enjoys all aspects of veterinary practice but has special interests in surgery, endoscopy and ophthalmology.

    He is a past President of the Guilford County Veterinary Medical Association, and is a member of the AVMA, NCVMA and the N.C. Small Animal Academy.

    He and his wife Jeanne have two children, Matthew and Lauren, a toy poodle "Autumn," and "Kaylee" a goldendoodle. His leisure time is spent enjoying his family and taking in an occasional ball game.
    Years in Practice:
    Jul 16, 1985
    N.C. State University, Auburn University
  • Gina E. Meekins, DVM


    Dr. Gina E. Meekins was born in Columbia, South Carolina and was raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. She earned a BS in Animal Science from North Carolina State University and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University in 1995. While attending veterinary school she worked in the avian disease research lab and spent a summer doing an internship with the Animal Health Division of the American Cyanamid Company. Her senior year she received the Pfizer Scholarship Award for Research Excellence.

    Upon graduating from Veterinary School, Dr. Meekins worked for three years in a small animal practice in Kernersville, NC and then spent three years working at an emergency clinic before coming to Cobb Animal Clinic. Currently she shares her home with her husband Hayes, their two sons Hayes and Ryan, and Riley their daughter. They also enjoy spending time with “Beason” their golden retriever and "Kuechly," their kitten adopted from Cobb Animal Clinic!
    Years in Practice:
    Jul 16, 1995
    North Carolina State University
  • Jill K. Clark, DVM


    Dr. Jill K. Clark is a graduate of Page High School here in Greensboro. In 1993, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Denison University in Granville, Ohio. She then attended North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.

    Dr. Clark looks forward to continuing a career in small animal veterinary medicine and joined Cobb Animal Clinic in October of 2004 as a full time associate. Her special interests include geriatrics and feline medicine.

    She and her husband Kevin were married in 2004. Her family consists of sons Lance and Brandon and also includes several four-legged members. The move to north Greensboro brings Dr. Clark and her husband closer to their parents and siblings.
    Years in Practice:
    Jul 16, 1998
    Denison University, North Carolina State University
  • Jess S. Young, D.V.M.


    Jessica Sherman Young is a North Carolina native with her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science (2005) and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (2011) from North Carolina State University.  Before becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Young spent most of her early career in research both in a neuroscience and respiratory laboratory.   Her particular interests include internal medicine and clinical pathology.  Dr. Young’s personal mission statement is to practice high-quality, intelligent and compassionate veterinary medicine in a positive work environment focusing on client communication and education.

    She and her husband, a zoo veterinarian, have a young son, four dogs, one crazy cat and one tiger rat snake.  She enjoys reading, kayaking, and gardening in her free time.  

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2011
    North Carolina State University
  • Jessica Spradlin

    Hospital Administrator

    Jessica Spradlin was born in Charlotte, N.C. and raised in the surrounding areas. She relocated to Greensboro in 2003 in order to attend UNCG to pursue a degree in Psychology with a concentration in Business.

    Jessica started working at Cobb Animal Clinic in 2003 as a part-time Receptionist and was promoted to Front Office Manager in 2005. She assumed the position of Hospital Administrator in 2006.

    Jessica and her husband, Jason, currently reside in Greensboro with her son, Everett, who was born October 31, 2009. They share their home with "Cola", a Boxer, "Boomer", a Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix and plenty of backyard chickens and turkeys.
    Years in Practice:
    Jul 16, 2003
    University of North Carolina at Greensboro