Sarah Owen was born and raised on a small farm in South Carolina. She was an active member in the local 4-H club where she showed horses, pigs, and goats. She received her undergraduate degree from the wonderful Clemson University, Go Tigers! Sarah earned her veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. After working in the veterinary field for several years, Sarah returned to school to receive her certification in veterinary chiropractic from Parker University. She is now certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association.
Sarah and her husband Casey have a large animal family consisting of 4 dogs (Dupre, Truman. Beaux, Stanley), horses, and cats. Outside of work, she enjoys riding her horses, hiking with her husband and their dogs, and kayaking.
Sarah’s passion in life is gaining more knowledge in order to help each of her four legged patients live a long and comfortable life.
Amy was born and raised in Georgia. She has always had a passion for veterinary medicine. Amy started volunteering when she was in high school and has moved her way up to manager at Toccoa Vet. In her free time, Amy enjoys hiking, kayaking, yard saling, and playing with her 5 year old English Bulldog, Kate. Amy takes pride in making sure all furry family members receive the best care and medicine to keep them happy and healthy.
Abigail has always had a special place in her heart for animals. She has a big animal family consisting of six dogs and four cats. In her spare time Abigail enjoys hunting, and fishing. Abigail's goal is to give client's pet(s) the same love, care, and compassion she would give to her own pets.
Elyse has always loved animals, even from a young age. This love for animals eventually transformed into a love for providing empathetic and quality care for all sorts of furry friends. Her favorite thing is adventures with her son Jonah and her dog Pepper. In her free time she likes to swim, watch movies and go fishing.
Sydney has long been passionate about caring for all types of animals, from furry to feathery and scaled. Sydney started working in the veterinary field after studying Agricultural Education with a focus in Animal Science in college, and has since focused that experience into providing compassionate care for all animals. In her spare time, Sydney enjoys hiking, working with her flock of chickens, and spending time with her husband and Cane Corso, Kimber.
Khris has been in the animal field for 30 years. She has worked with all types of animals from kittens and puppies to alligators. She has 5 dogs and loves to make crafts when she is not at work.