After graduating from veterinary school I completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Auburn University in 2009. I enjoy the challenge of diagnosing and treating the diverse array of cases I see on a daily basis. My favorite thing is improving the life of my patients and bringing happiness to my clients. I enjoy watching college football and my favorite team is, of course, the Georgia Bulldogs. I love spending time outdoors, boating and fishing, and spending time with my family and my dog.
DR. JULIANNE FELTON
I grew up in Lexington, SC and decided to pursue my Bachelor of Science degree at Clemson University before obtaining my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at UGA. During my undergraduate career I was part of a dairy show team and was an active member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. After graduating, I returned to the Columbia area to provide care for animals in our community. Some of my most fascinating cases have involved eyelid masses, hip reductions, and wound management. At home, I have one furry companion, Soco, my Morgan mare (not pictured). When I’m not working, I spend my time playing tennis, riding my horse, and traveling.
DR. LEIGH SHERIDAN
I enjoy the variations in day-to-day practice, especially working Urgent Care hours. I also love solving a mystery, as well as the satisfying feeling of making things right. Many of my patients honestly would probably get better with or without me, but the ones where I KNOW I saved their life or made it significantly better make my day! I've been certified in veterinary acupuncture since 2007, and practicing acupuncture is a great example of this--it always makes me so happy to hear how much better an old, arthritic dog moves and feels after one of my acupuncture treatments.
DR. EMILY EVANS
I was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina and I'm glad to be in my hometown, treating dogs and cats. I enjoy emergency medicine and love being part of a practice with a thriving After Hours Urgent Care. In particular I enjoy helping my patients with wound repair and pain management. I am married with 2 daughters, 2 cats and a friendly little dog named The General who has plenty of energy and attitude! I enjoy travelling to the beach, visiting bed and breakfasts, volunteering at my daughters' school, and spending time with my family.
DR. INDA PENNINGTON
I am originally from a small town in Northeast Georgia and studied Animal and Dairy Science at the University of Georgia. After attending veterinary school in Grand Cayman, I completed my senior year of clinical rotations at Purdue University in 2012 and have spent the past few years working with small animals (mostly dogs and cats) in both private practice and emergency room settings. I am interested in Emergency and Critical Care, as well as surgery. Outside of work, I enjoy family time, being outdoors, and playing with my pups named Archer and Magnolia.