Technician SupervisorCarolyn King
Carol is originally from New Jersey. She graduated from the University of Connecticut with a B.S degree in Animal Science. She has been a member of the VCA Charles Towne Animal Hospital team since 1992. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, Dave, her three wonderful dogs, Kasie, Mason and Beaufort, and relaxing with a good book.
I am originally from middle Tennessee. I moved to Charleston in the fall of 1999 and graduated from the College of Charleston with a degree in Biology/Marine Biology. My husband and I love animals! I have over six years of technical experience and have worked with sea turtles, birds, dolphins, large animals and much more. At home, I have two cats named Belle and Blue, and a Yorkshire Terrier named Spike. When I am not working, my husband and I enjoy going boating, fishing, camping, bicycling, and of course playing with our animals!
I moved to Charleston in 2009 from Cincinnati, OH and I am currently pursuing a degree in Biology at the College of Charleston. After graduating from the college I hope to attend graduate school for Veterinary Medicine. I grew up with many pets including 4 English Bulldogs, a Boxer, 3 cats, 4 rabbits, and 3 guinea pigs. My passion for animals and experiences with them is the reason why I am pursuing a career in the Veterinary field. In my free time, I enjoy hanging out with my friends, going to the beach, and relaxing with my adorable cat Moka.
My name is Patricke Westbrook and I am the Animal Care Assistant here at VCA Charles Towne. Sitting next to me is my best friend, Heidi. We do lots of stuff together whether its going to the dog park, the beach, or hanging out around the house. I also go to school here in Charleston and I'm studying biology right now in hopes of one day becoming a horticulturist, but my second passion is animals. I love working with the dogs and cats that come in the clinic, and a cute puppy can always brighten up a down day. We have lots of fun at VCA Charles Towne and love all the patients that come through like our own.