Meet The Doctors

  • Dr.
    Michael Bradburn DVM

    Dr. Michael Bradburn completed his undergraduate studies at Mississippi State University in May 2000. He then went on to complete his veterinary studies at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. He completed a small animal internship in South Florida, then began work in small animal general practice. He moved back to his home state of Louisiana in 2009 and became the new owner of Pearl River Veterinary Hospital in March of 2010. He is an avid endurance sport enthusiast and keeps busy throughout the year with triathlons or other endurance races.

  • Dr.
    Laura B. Meaux

    Dr. Laura Meaux, DVM rejoined our practice in December of 2018 as a full time associate. She enjoyed her time so much in 2015 to 2016 that she just had to come back! She has practiced in St. Tammany Parish since graduating from Louisiana State University in 2001. Her focus in the exam room is primarily in client education and quality of life for all stages of life. Senior care, soft tissue surgery, and dental care are additional areas of focus. Although she loves dogs and cats equally, Dr. Meaux loves enjoys the challenging feline cases. Originally from Metairie, she settled on the North Shore with her husband, Paul, in 2001 where they raise their daughter, Amanda. Currently, the Meaux household has a mix of cats (the boys – Jack, Raymond and Harley) and two dogs, Ariel (Boston/chihuahua mix) and Bones (mixed breed rescue).   

  • Dr.
    Lauren Deniger

    Dr. Lauren Deniger pursued her veterinary degree at Ross University on the beautiful island of St. Kitts. She was involved in several student organizations including the Surgery Club, the Veterinary Business Management Association, and the student chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Deniger was also the Treasurer of the University charity, Wishmakers. In 2018, she completed her clinical studies at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla. 

    In her spare time, Dr. Deniger enjoys relaxing with her two pets, island dog, Jax and three legged cat, Pod. 

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