Henderson Animal Care Hospital

PO Box 1987
Henderson, TX 75653



David Corley, DVM

David Corley, D.V.M. has practiced veterinary medicine in Henderson since 1982.  He is married to Teri, and has four children: Jennifer, Philip, Staci, and Cody; 5 grandchildren: Taylor, Carter, Rayna, Graham, and Caroline.  Dr. Lloyd Legg and Dr. Corley opened HACH in January of 1991 and built the current hospital in 1993.  Dr. Corley attended North Western State University, East Texas State University, Baylor University, and graduated from Kilgore College and Texas A&M University.  He is a lifetime member of V.F.W. Post 8535 and the National Guard Association of Texas.  He is also a memeber of the ETVMA, TVMA, AVMA, and the Society of Theriogenology.  He founded and is president of Rusk County Animal Outreach (a nonprofit organization started in 1994, committed to preventing cruelty to animals here in Rusk County.)  He mentored over 250 High School students through his Boyscout Explorer Post from 1984 to 1996 (including his associate, Dr. Cavitt).  Dr. Corley served his country for 9 years in the Army, National Guard, and the Army Reserves.  He also spent 10 years volunteering at the Henderson Animal Shelter, performing spays and neuters for over 2200 dogs and cats that were adopted from that facility.  His favorite past times are spending time with his grandchildren, cattle ranching, fishing, and visiting with family and friends.  His email address is vetcorley@earthlink.net


Lori Makarski Cavitt, MS, DVM, cVMA:

Dr. Cavitt is a native to Henderson, where she attended kindergarden through high school.  After graduating High School, she attended Texas A&M University to complete her Bachelor's and Master's degrees, before attending veterinary school.  She is a member of the AVMA and TVMA.  She and her husband, who is also a veterinarian, currently live in Troup, TX with their twin boys and three dogs.  She has been practicing veterinary medicine in the East Texas area since 2007.  Dr. Cavitt has a special interest in geriatric care, cardiology, allergies, pain management, stem cell therapy, medical acupuncture, as well as large and small animal reproduction.  She enjoys working with 4-H and FFA students, as she believes they are an important part of the agriculture future.  In her spare time, Dr. Cavitt enjoys any outdoor sport, water skiing and wakeboarding, tending to her chickens, and shopping.





 Kacy Kristin Riley, MS, DVM:

Dr. Riley is a graduate of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. She is originally from Florida, and attended University of Florida for her undergraduate. After graduating with a BS in Animal Science, Dr. Riley moved to Texas and attended Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. Dr. Riley completed a MS in Animal Science at TSU, prior to attending Auburn for her veterinary degree. She is a member of the TVMA, AVMA, AABP, and Society for Theriogenology. Dr. Riley has 2 miniature Australian Shepherds, and 2 horses. She has a special interest in equine and bovine athletes and performance medicine, large animal reproduction, and internal medicine. She enjoys working with animals but has a special interest in bucking bulls. In her spare time, Dr. Riley enjoys riding her horses, going to barrel races and rodeos, working cattle, spending time on the water, and shopping.