Important Notice

As of 11.2.2022, Dr Brownie will not be accepting new patients. He is planning to retire from practice at the end of 2022.

Welcome to Mobile Veterinary Practice of Raleigh
Dr. Cecil F. Brownie
Dr. Cecil F. Brownie

About Dr. Brownie

Cecil F. Brownie earned DVM and PhD degrees at Cornell University. He served on the faculty at the College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University for 24 years, teaching Toxicology to the students in the Veterinary program. He retired in 2006.

In addition to providing routine medical care, Dr. Brownie's area of specialty is diagnosis and treatment of poisoning cases. He is Board Certified in both Veterinary and General Toxicology, and is an expert on plants that are poisonous to animals, as well as the treatment of toxicity due to chemicals such as pesticides and household cleaners. Dr. Brownie has consulted on numerous cases involving poisoning of horses and livestock on farms in North Carolina, Virginia and overseas, as well as cases involving dogs and cats in the Small Animal Hospital at North Carolina State University.

Services Provided

Medical care for cats, dogs and other pets is provided in your home.

Services include:

  • Vaccinations
  • Control programs for fleas, ticks, heartworm and other parasites
  • General medical care
  • Euthanasia

Hospitalization, Surgical procedures and X-ray procedures are not provided.

Medical care for ruminants (small ruminants preferred) and horses Consultations on feed-related toxicoses (poisonings) and herd health management

As a Board certified Toxicologist and Fellow of the American College of Forensic Examiners, Dr. Brownie provides consultant services and expert witness testimony in forensic investigations of poisonings involving livestock, horses and pets.

Contact Information

For information or to set up an appointment:
Phone: 919.802.1622 or 919.781.2943

Evening and weekend appointments can be scheduled.

Fee for service includes a charge of $2.00 per mile (one-way) to your home from the Wade Ave/Ridge Rd intersection, Raleigh, NC 27607.

Payment (cash or check) is due at time of service.

In the case of an emergency during regular business hours, if I cannot be reached, please contact Boulevard Animal Hospital (919.828.7468), or Crossroads Veterinary Hospital (919.851.8979), or NC State University Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care (919.514.6911).

For emergencies that occur outside of regular business hours, please contact NC State University Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care at: