Kevin Shuler, DVM

A native son of Mt Pleasant, Kevin was surrounded by veterinary medicine from birth. His father, retired veterinarian K.C. Shuler, practiced in Mt. Pleasant from the 1970s-2000s. The Lowcountry runs in Kevin’s blood and defines who he is. His childhood was filled with memories of visits to the famous soda fountain at Pitt Street Pharmacy [...]

Laura Shuler, DVM

A native of South Carolina, Laura was introduced to veterinary medicine at an early age. Her father, Dr. Eddy Huckabee, opened the first large- and small-animal veterinary practice in the growing town of Lexington, SC in the Piedmont region of the State. Growing up in the world of rural veterinary medicine, Laura went on farm [...]

Marian Shuler Holladay (DVM, CCRP, CVA)

Another Mount Pleasant native, Dr. Marian Shuler Holladay, experienced the best of both rural and suburban life as a child. On weekends and during the summer she was often found in her grandfather and uncle’s veterinary clinic in St. George, SC. There, she developed her love of the profession – from helping to pull calves, [...]

Juliet Hill, DVM

Growing up in Mt. Pleasant, SC, Dr. Juliet Hill has always had a love for spending most of her time outside enjoying the beautiful low country weather, water, and wildlife. A fascination for biology and adventuring in nature with her beloved four-legged family members lead Dr. Hill to pursue a BS in Biological Sciences from [...]

Janette Blackwood, DVM

Janette Blackwood grew up in Georgia with a strong interest in biological sciences and a love for animals. She met and befriended Drs. Kevin, Laura, and Marian Shuler through the Clemson University Pre-Vet Club while earning her BS degree in Animal Science. Janette earned her veterinary degree from The University of Georgia College of Veterinary [...]

Jackie Compta, DVM

Dr. Jackie is originally from Kingwood, NJ. She began pursuing a career in veterinary medicine by volunteering at a professor’s alpaca farm while attending SUNY Binghamton. After graduating with a BS in Integrative Neuroscience, she spent a year working as a veterinary assistant and applying to veterinary schools. She was accepted into St.George’s University class [...]

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