Dr. Raymond L. Fay III
Dr. Fay joined the AMC team in July 2014. Dr. Fay brings with him a special interests in exotics; partly gleaned from years as a consulting veterinarian at Greenville Zoo. He has experience in advanced dentistry, surgery, and masters level behavioral research. He completed his Bachelors of Science (Biology) in 1978 from Winthrop College and graduated from University Of Georgia in Veterinary Medicine in 1987.
Dr. Fay attributes his passion for the animal healthcare industry to memorable years spent on his grandfather’s farm in Alabama. Dr. Fay’s hobbies include cycling, collecting wine, sailing, photography, and spending time with his two felines: L.J. and Fum’e.
Dr. Shelley Fetterolf
Even at a young age, growing up in Ashland, Pennsylvania, Dr. Fetterolf had a strong interest in science and medicine. She spent a lot of time with her uncle who was a nurse and attributes his influence on her as a major factor in her career decision. She can remember saying, “I want to be a pediatric neurosurgeon” long before she really understood what that meant.
After high school she attended the University of Pittsburgh to study ‘pre-med’ and earned a double major in Neuroscience and Biology and a double minor in Ecology and Chemistry, graduating with a Bachelor of Science. Although on track to attend (human) Medical School, she decided to move to Brisbane, Australia where she studied Marine Zoology at the University of Queensland. Upon returning to the USA, she began a Master’s of Science in Oceanography at Texas A&M University (TAMU). It was during this time that Dr. Fetterolf realized how much she missed medicine. While completing her MS she researched a career in Veterinary Medicine and gained employment as a Small Animal Orthopedic Veterinary Technician at TAMU. A year later she was accepted into TAMU’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
After graduating from TAMU with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Fetterolf moved to Charlotte, NC where she completed a 13-month rotating Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Animal Medical Hospital. Upon completing her Internship, she became an Associate at AMH where she practiced Emergency Medicine and Surgery for several years. Dr. Fetterolf then moved to Virginia Beach, VA where she practiced Emergency Medicine and Surgery in a large specialty and referral practice. In 2013 Dr. Fetterolf moved to Charleston, SC to accept an Emergency Veterinarian position at Veterinary Specialty Care in Mt Pleasant.
However, after almost 10 years of practicing primarily Small Animal Emergency Medicine (and working predominantly long overnight shifts), it was time for a change.
Dr. Fetterolf joined AMC of Goose Creek in October 2015. She has enjoyed developing relationships with clients and patients, something she was rarely given the opportunity to do as an ER Vet. She is looking forward to practicing preventative medicine as well as managing the acutely ill and provide long term care for her patients. In January 2016 she began her journey into Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, something which had previously only been a dream, and is currently enrolled in the Chi Institute’s Spring 2016 Small Animal Acupuncture Program. You can learn more about this holistic approach at http://www.tcvm.com/About/WhatisTCVM.
In her free time she enjoys traveling with her fiance Martin, kayaking, yoga, and hiking. They can often be found enjoying nature and the great outdoors with Charlie (a Beagle) and Annie (an American Foxhound). She is looking forward to now having time to explore Charleston and the surrounding beaches and perhaps even learn to play the violin.
She is currently an Officer of Trident Veterinary Medical Association and looks forward to meeting more local veterinarians and getting involved in community projects and organizations.
After attending a few years of college in North Carolina, Kaki chose to go on sabbatical for two years in the U.S.Virgin Islands. She discovered how living the life of leisure might have been wonderful, but it wasn’t quite enough. After returing to the U.S. she completed her college education, became a Licensed Veterinary Technician and began her veterinary career in California. For two years she worked in general and emergency medicine practices in California before moving to Maryland to work in a specialty practice with oncology patients. She made her move to South Carolina in 1996 and immediately joined The Animal Medical Clinic of Goose Creek and partners with Dr. Kerwin to manage our facility. In her spare time she is an avid reader and enjoys cooking. Kaki lives in Mt. Pleasant with her husband Paul, daughter Lindsay and their dogs, Grady, Luke, and Remley and two precocious pugs, Bonnie and Luke.
Rebecca Infinger, LVT
Rebecca joined our team in October 2002. She is a 2003 graduate of TTC’s Veterinary Technology Program. Rebecca really enjoys working with our toy breed patients and behavior cases. In her spare time she spends her time enjoying the fantastic weather here in the lowcountry – hiking, camping, and fishing. She lives in Hanahan and spends her free time bass fishing with her husband, Kurt. Rebecca and Kurt have 4 super fantastic kids: Lane, Alyssa, Jennifer, and Tony. She has 2 chihuahuas: Ripley, Freckle and a cat named Puma, and Bean, a rescue from Boston Terrier Rescue of SC, who they volunteer with.
Alexandra Barney Boarding Director
Alex started working for the Goose Creek Bed and Biscuit on a part-time basis in 2011 and fell in love with the barking, slobbery kisses, the meows, and all the hustle and bustle a kennel can bring. When she was young she had the dream of becoming a professional dog walker. Well, some of that dream has come true! She is a graduate of Marymount University in Arlington, VA. Since graduating she has mainly stayed in the Human Resources field but has decided to go fully after her passion and her first love of animals once and for all. In her spare time, you can find Alexandra with her daughter (Avery) and her dog (Logan). Otherwise, you may find her taking long runs in Goose Creek, at the beach or anywhere there is a game! She’s an avid sports lover with Jets and Syracuse being her #1 teams!
Our Nursing Team
Yvonne Beattie Licensed Veterinary Technician
Yvonne joined our team in February of 2013. She is a 2013 graduate of the Veterinary Technology program at Trident Tech. Yvonne is originally from Massachusetts and moved here in 1996 to be closer to her family. She resides in Goose Creek with her husband, Johnathan, daughter, Jordyn, and son, Riley. She is also mom to 7 furbabies: 4 dogs: Oreo, Lilah, Muscles, and Pepper and 3 cats: Roscoe(aka Papa), Daphne, and Bob. In her free time she enjoys gardening, camping, and hanging out by the pool.
Danielle Cromb Veterinary Technician
Danielle joined the AMC team in February 2014. She moved to SC from Connecticut in 2006 to be closer to her family. Danielle has worked in some form of veterinary medicine since 1999 and became a Nationally Certified Technician in Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She is certified in Emergency & Critical Care, Pet CPR Certified, Certified for wildlife rehabilitation in 2007 (mostly opossums, squirrels & raccoons).
Danielle lives in Moncks Corner with her husband, John and son, Gavin. They have 3 dogs of their own: Mini (a chihuahua), Snapple ( a JRT), and Rico (a Mastiff/Boxer mix), They also have a bearded dragon: Loki and usually have a foster puppy in the house until they find a fur-ever home. In her spare time, Danielle enjoys vacationing w/family and friends, hiking, camping, and biking or anything that involves getting outside and moving!
Elizabeth Chastain Licensed Veterinary Technician
Elizabeth originally joined our team in the spring of 2004. She took some time off starting in 2012 after the birth of her son, Blake. She returned in the spring of 2015 and is so happy to be back! Elizabeth is also mom to 6 furkids: 5 cats and 1 dog. Elizabeth grew up here in Goose Creek and now lives in Summerville. In her time away from work you will find her spending time with her family and friends and when the weather is nice, tubing down the Edisto River.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Tiffany joined our team in the Fall of 2015 after externing here in 2014. We were so excited to have her back with us. Tiffany is a 2015 graduate of Trident Technical College’s Veterinary Technology program. She really enjoys working with our extra large breed and exotic patients. She lives in Summerville with her husband, daughter, and their two dogs.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Izzy originally joined our team as a volunteer and observer while she was in high school. She stayed on with us as a kennel and veterinary assistant through college and then left us to complete an emergency medicine internship. She graduated from TTC’s Veterinary Technology program in 2015. Izzy rejoined us in 2015, but does plan to continue working toward her dream job in marine biology. Izzy is a Berkeley county native and lives in Pinopolis with her husband, Dylan, and their many fur kids.
Courtney joined our team in December 2015. Courtney is a Goose Creek native and lives here with her family that includes two dogs and two cats. Courtney graduated from Charleston Southern University with a Bachelors of Science in wildlife biology. She is currently waiting to hear back on acceptance into graduate school with the goal of working in marine biology. In her spare time she enjoys refinishing furniture,running in 5k/10k races, and exploring natural scenic locations in the Charleston area.
Nikki joined our team in February 2016. Nikki is a native from Atlanta, Georgia where she graduated from Georgia State University with a B.S in psychology studying animal behavior. Her background is with primates through internships at Zoo Atlanta and the Language Research Center at Georgia State. She briefly studied veterinary technology at Purdue University, but moved to South Carolina to be closer to her boyfriend and family. She plans on finishing her degree in veterinary technology to become a licensed veterinary technician and aspires to continue working with exotic animals. In the meantime Nikki enjoys exploring South Carolina and hiking with her dogs, Scout and Goose.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Jessica is a native to the lowcountry from the small town of Walterboro. She moved to closer to Charleston and lives with her partner, Trevor, and their 5 rescued (or failed foster) kids, 3 dogs – Sam, Penny, and Coby and cat – Mia.
She started her career here at AMC just a few months before graduating from Trident Technical College in 2012 with an Associate in Applied Science: Veterinary Technology and immediately became licensed as a technician.She is passionate about preventive care and client education. Her favorite part of being a Veterinary Technician is the multiple roles the technician plays. She enjoys not just the nursing aspect but all of the other roles as well, including radiology, anesthesia and surgical care, phlebotomy, dentistry, and performing in house cytology and diagnostics.
She is continuing her education, working towards a B.S in Biology and has goals of obtaining additional veterinary technician certifications and eventually becoming a CVPM (certified veterinary practice manager).
In her free time, Jessica is a lab adjunct for TTC’s Vet Tech Program, which she has done since the fall of 2013. She enjoys being able to give back to the program that taught her and made her career goals possible. She says that it’s rewarding to help teach students the skills they will need while knowing what it’s like to be in their exact same shoes! Aside from that or picking up extra work shifts, she does enjoy spending time with her family and friends. During the summertime you can expect to find her on the beach or by the pool and in the winter months snuggled up indoors or out by a bon fire!
Jaime lives in Summerville with her husband, a walker hound, Sara , a great dane, Keppler, and her cats, Fargo and Brooks. She is a graduate from the College of Charleston with a major in Physics. Her hobbies include astronomy and painting.
Our Client Services Team
Meg started working at AMC in August 1996 helping the front desk staff on Saturday mornings. She began working full time at the Bed & Biscuit kennel full time in October 2001 and moved to the Bed & Biscuit front desk in October 2002. She moved back to the hospital as our part time office assistant and “girl Friday” in January 2008. Meg has lived in Goose Creek with her husband, Mark since 1989. Meg and Mark share their home with Laker, a red Doberman. Laker is a “d.d.(demanding Doberman) and is also a registered therapy dog with Therapy Dogs, INC. Meg takes Laker to meet and greet residents and visitors at two local nursing/assisted living homes and an adult day care. He brings lots of smiles and joy to everyone her meets! Meg likes to spend her time away from work traveling and spending time outdoors with Mark and Laker.
Client Care Coordinator
Charlene has been with Animal Medical Clinic of Goose Creek since 2004. Before joining our team she spent the beginning of her career in Virginia and Philadelphia area. Any opportunity given for additional education, she is eager to continue her knowledge.
In addition to her husband, Jesus, she has four cats and one dog. Her four cats are Bunnie, Jag, Crickett and Cinco. Her Chihuahua is Zippy.
Charlene and Zippy are currently registered as a pet therapy team with Alliance of Therapy dogs and The American Kennel Club. Charlene and Zippy visit local nursing home facilities to allow Zippy to interact with the residents, Zippy is sure to create smiles and when she does her “tricks” and gives out her hugs. She is a true hit and loved by many. Charlene and Zippy look forward to many years of volunteering at the facilities in the Goose Creek community.
In her spare time she enjoys boating, reading and gardening.
Therapy dog/Team cheerleader
My name is Miss Zippy. I am a registered therapy dog, canine good citizen and I think I’m kind of a big deal! My mom and I worked very hard to become a registered therapy team and we continue to work on my training everyday and while we visit. You should see the faces of all the wonderful people when I visit White Oak Manor every Friday. I shower them with kisses, hugs, and affection and receive plenty in return. Often I will find a soft blanket to rest on while my mommy chats with the residents.
If you and your human are interested in becoming a therapy team(or you just need some Chihuahua love), please come and visit me and my mom, Charlene, at AMC on Friday afternoons between 3-5 pm. The reward for becoming a therapy team is priceless!
Crystal Esclavon Receptionist
Crystal joined our team in March 2016. She is a native of Goose Creek and still lives here with her husband and their corgi, Thor. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and crochet.
Tamesha joined our team in August 2016. She is a native of the Charleston area and lives here with her husband and two children. She is also a student at Trident Technical college pursuing an Associate in Science and is interested psychology as a career. She has two pets at home: Puma, a grey tabby cat and Teddy, a bouncy and energetic pittbull. Tamesha is a big advocate for pitbull terriers. Her hobbies include working out, dancing, and she describes herself as a pizza connoisseur.
Kathryn recently moved to South Carolina from California with her boyfriend, Kurt. Together they adopted Skye the kitty, and Kara the German Shepherd Mix. Kathryn lives in Moncks Corner, and enjoys cooking, reading, yoga, and going on hikes with Kara.