Dr. Shults owns and manages the Animal Emergency Clinic of Cary and the Veterinary Rehabilitation & Pain Management Hospital in Cary, NC. Dr. Shults graduated from the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009 after earning undergraduate degrees in Biochemistry & Chemistry. She completed a rotating Small Animal Internship at Southpaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center in June 2010. After completing her Internship, Dr. Shults practiced Emergency Medicine in Cary, NC, but remains passionate about imaging and lameness. Dr. Shults completed her certification in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy and opened her own rehabilitation practice in October 2013. She purchased an Emergency practice in May 2014 and moved with a Surgical practice to a new facility in October 2016. Dr. Shults is currently completing an alternative track Residency in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Shults also serves as the President for the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Shults enjoys working on a wide variety of cases in rehabilitation involving senior dogs to young working dogs. Dr. Shults has special interests in managing degenerative joint disease and recovery following Surgery and injury.