Brown Road Animal Clinic offers a variety of veterinary services for dogs and cats. Dr. Jack Adkins and his associate Dr. Erin McNulty are available by appointment to evaluate and treat your pet. We are located on the southwest corner of Higley and Brown in Mesa.
D.V.M., Diplomate A.B.V.P.
Dr. Adkins received his undergraduate degree in Animal Science from the University of Nebraska and his doctorate degree in veterinary medicine from Kansas State University. He practiced in New York City for two years, completing an internship at the Animal Medical Center, Caspary Research Institute. He has been the co-owner of the Mesa Veterinary Hospital, Sun Lakes Animal Clinic and Adobe Animal Hospital in Scottsdale. He established Brown Road Animal Clinic in 1987.
Dr. Adkins has served the veterinary community as an Area Director for the American Animal Hospital Association, Vice President of the State Veterinary Medical Association, and President of the Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice. He became a diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in 1996 and has been recertified via a peer review process. He has conducted numerous first-aid classes and has given lectures at the state and national veterinary meetings on tick borne diseases, specifically Ehrlichiosis (Tick Fever).
In his spare time away from the practice, Dr. Adkins has participated in multiple 10Ks, marathons, and triathlons, as well as the Tour de Tucson and Tour de Phoenix bike rides.
Dr. Erin McNulty
Erin McNulty graduated in 1988 from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science degree. She then graduated in 1992 from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, she returned to Arizona to work at the Apache Junction Animal Hospital from 1992 to 1999. She has been working at Brown Road Animal Clinic since 1999.
With Dr. McNulty’s childhood in Ghana (West Africa) she has always maintained an interest in wildlife and developing nations’ issues. As such she has traveled extensively in a volunteer capacity to help many organizations. She traveled to both Malaysia and Mexico to help as a veterinarian at the local zoos. In Bangladesh she worked with Heifer Project International to develop a paraveterinary manual for livestock care. In Thailand she worked at a wildlife conservation center as an on-site veterinarian.
Since adopting her child Megan from China, Dr. McNulty has settled into her role as working mother and now enjoys travel and outdoor adventures with friends and family.