After graduating from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2018, I will move to Grand Strand for a year and a half. I've always wanted to live in a beach town and after studying veterinary medicine in my hometown of Spartanburg, SC, I now live with my husband and our two dogs in our new home in South Carolina.
With over 24 years of experience, I have worked at a variety of veterinary clinics in North Carolina and South Carolina. From there I have passed through both the national and state authorities and can now gain important experience in a veterinary clinic.
I have been at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital since October 2015, where I have been working hard to make animals feel at home. I love being able to see and care for the animals I look after and the people I work with and love.
I earned my Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Clemson University, graduated from Mississippi State University, and then went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I received my PhD in veterinary medicine. It's also great in terms of animal nutrition, so I felt I had to ask her about the research on animal feed and the cute beagles that live there. I've toured with Heather and held Dr Chappell in her house and Cleveland Park Animal Hospital in the past.
In 1982 I returned to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I received my Master of Veterinary Medicine in 1984 and Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences in 1985.
Dr. Given earned his Master of Veterinary Medicine in Animal Science and a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the College of Charleston. He attended the University of Georgia and graduated from Mississippi State University in 2009. Daniel earned his Bachelor of Science in Veterinary and Animal Sciences from Georgia Tech in 2008 and 2009, after receiving his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Valdosta State College in Georgia in 2010. She graduated from Clemson University with a master's degree in 2012 and a B.S. in biological sciences in 2013. I received my Bachelor's degree in Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine and my Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from Clemson University and my Master's degree in Veterinary Sciences.
Dr. Smith graduated with honors from Tuskegee University in 2005 and has been practicing small-scale veterinary medicine ever since. He was a veterinary scientist at Clemson University and earned his master's degree in veterinary science from Mississippi State University in 2013 with Dr. Zach Brown and a bachelor's degree in biochemistry from Georgia Tech in 2010. Dr. Will received his DVM from Mississippi State University in 2012 and his Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences from the College of Charleston, while Dr. Jen received her Master of Veterinary Sciences from Clemson University in 2014.
He graduated from Clemson and founded a veterinary clinic in Ladson, South Carolina, where he and his wife practiced for over 20 years. Dr. Richards returned to New Hampshire in 1992, where he worked as an animal control officer for the state Department of Health. He moved to Atlanta and found a job as head of the local animal control unit, but in 2005 he was accepted to the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia, and has been teaching veterinary medicine there ever since. After graduating, he felt that God would call him to a different career path, and so he moved back to Georgia in 2009.
Daniel works at a veterinary clinic in southeast Georgia and often sees dogs, cats, horses and cows as patients on his diary. Veterinarians take care of the animals under the supervision of an experienced veterinarian and perform several clinical functions.
Clemson Livestock and Poultry Health is located on the second floor of the College of Veterinary Medicine building on the campus of South Carolina State University. All 10 vets are in the building, including Drs. The Animal Health and Veterinary Education Program at Clemson Veterinary Medical Center coordinates the medical care of all Clemson animals and poultry and coordinates veterinary training and education for veterinary staff and students.
The Spring 2020 NPIP Biosecurity Workshop will take place from April 20-21, 2020 at the Madren Convention Center in Charleston, South Carolina. The event will take place at the beautiful Magden Convention Center and showcase some of the amenities Clemson has to offer. We will coordinate the event with the National Park Service and the South Carolina Department of Agriculture.
In addition to its function, LPH is also active in veterinary hospital staff and veterinary and veterinary medical staff at the university.
In addition, this function serves as a member of the established administrative team for the University Veterinary Department. In addition, the role served as an established administrative team in the Department of Veterinary Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC - Charlotte) and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CSU - NC). It is also involved in the establishment of administrative teams for both the Department of Veterinary Medicine in Charlotte (NC-SC) and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CNA).