Adrian Kreeger

Adrian Kreeger


  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, 1988
  • Bachelor of Science, North Carolina State University, 1986

Current Professional Activities

  • Corporate President/Owner - Northview Animal Hospital, P.A., King, NC (1996-present)

Past Professional Activities

  • Assoc. Veterinarian - Eastern Randolph Veterinary Clinic, Ramseur, NC (1988-1989)
  • Assoc. Veterinarian - Walkertown Veterinary Hospital, Walkertown, NC (1989-1994)
  • Assoc. Veterinarian - Northview Animal Hospital, King, NC (1994-1996)


  • American Animal Hospital Association Senior Student Award (1988)
  • NC State University Equine Medicine and Surgery Senior Student Award (1988)
  • NC State University Avian Medicine Award (1988)
  • NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine Hooding and Oath Ceremony Student Speaker (1988)
  • Old Richmond Fire and Rescue Department Rookie of the Year Award (1992 and 1994)
  • Old Richmond Fire and Rescue Department Firefighter of the Year (1995 and 2011)
  • Old Richmond Fire and Rescue Department Board of Directors-Chairman (2004-2007)
  • King, NC Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Member (2009 - 2011)
  • Village of Tobaccoville Park Facilities Strategic Planning Committee (2018 – present)

Professional Associations

  • American Veterinary Medical Association
  • Veterinary Information Network Representative; teaching assistant for the Wednesday night 'How To' Classes
  • North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association
  • North Carolina Companion Animal Academy (Board of Director's member)
  • North Carolina Academy of Small Animal Medicine


  • Pamela


  • Justin
  • Meredith


  • Junior—the previously feral cat (tamed by Pamela) who has learned that he can trust and who now loves to snuggle and curl up beside the members of his human family.


  • Enjoying nature walks
  • Studying history
  • Relaxing on the farm and enjoying the simpler way of life

What I Like Most About VIN

  • The Veterinary Information Network has allowed me to have access to the greatest minds in veterinary medicine. Although I live in a small town, the reach, through VIN, is worldwide. I count it an honor to be a part of this great organization.