Mark Alley, DVM, MBA

Sr. Technical Services Veterinarian - Zoetis

Dr. Mark Alley is a senior veterinarian with the U.S. Cattle and Equine Technical Services team at Zoetis. He joined Zoetis in 2014. His responsibilities include providing cattle technical support for Zoetis Territory Business Managers in the eastern U. S. Mark is a native of Mississippi, receiving his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University in 1996. Following graduation, Mark practiced for one year in Charleston and Madison, West Virginia for a 95% small animal, 5% equine practice. 

After leaving West Virginia, Mark joined a 2 person large animal practice in Greeneville, TN. The practice was 80% bovine (split evenly between beef and dairy), 10% equine, and 10% small ruminant. After much deliberation, Mark left private practice to join North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine as a clinical instructor in September of 2003. Mark’s responsibilities at NC State were teaching beef and dairy cattle production medicine to veterinary students as an ambulatory clinician. Additionally, Mark served as ruminant (beef, dairy, sheep, goat) extension veterinarian for North Carolina from 2006 to 2014. To further his education, Mark completed a Master of Business Administration from the University of Guelph with an emphasis in agribusiness in 2008. 

Dr. Alley’s professional affiliations include AVC (Academy of Veterinary Consultants), AABP (American Association of Bovine Practitioners), NCBA (National Cattlemen’s Beef Association), AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association), and NCVMA (North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association). Mark is currently serving as chair of the Continuing Education Planning Committee for AVMA. Mark and his wife of 23 years, Audra, own a small animal veterinary hospital in Morrisville, NC. Mark and Audra live in Cary, NC with their daughter Taylor. Their son Reid is enrolled at Mississippi State University.


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