Dr. Robyn Hahn, DVM
Dr. Robyn is an incredible Associate Veterinarian: world-class commitment to the best care and compassion, equal parts warmth and humor, and quickly beloved by both our Eno team and family for her energy, determination, and resolve. She’s a great fit!
Best of all, to help our nervous patients even more, Dr. Robyn is now Fear Free certified. If your pet is particularly anxious at vet visits, Dr. Robyn is ready to provide exceptional extended care…
- Pre-visit coordination with you
- An extensive Fear Free checklist
- A dedicated and debriefed Vet Assistant
- Visits in our Comfort Room for maximum peace and quiet
- Best practices for handling and building trust, often over time
Born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Dr. Hahn grew up (self-diagnosed) “animal crazy.” She had a cat named Cloudie; checked out every animal book available at the local library; and became obsessed with horses at Girl Scout camp when she was 8 years old.
Dr. Robyn earned her bachelor’s degree at Virginia Tech, then her master’s in Immunology from UNC-Chapel Hill. She got her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from NC State in 1999.
After happily practicing equine medicine in Virginia for five years, Dr. Robyn came back to the Tarheel State to pursue small animal medicine. Prior to joining Eno, she worked at New Hope Animal Hospital. For our feathered friends, she’s qualified to perform basic wellness procedures: beak trims and wing trims!
Dr. Robyn lives on a farm in Hillsborough with her partner, daughter, a Whippet named Hamish, three cats, a mini-donkey, many lovely chickens, and two naughty goats. Her hobby is being an excellent horseback rider, even competing at the national and FEI levels in dressage.
Dr. Robyn also loves yoga. Along with her passion and vivacity, she brings a practiced stillness to Eno every day. She’s always going above and beyond—a big reason we’re the best vet in Durham.
For Dr. Robyn, the best thing about being a vet is helping our four-legged family members live long, happy lives. Her motto is: “The glass is always refillable.”