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Welcome to Live Oak Veterinary Clinic

Your Veterinarian in Moncks Corner, SC
Call us at 843-899-5476

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 843-899-7387

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Make sure your beloved pets are happy and healthy with periodic care from Live Oak Veterinary Clinic in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. You can always turn to our animal hospital for a variety of your pets needs. We specialize in Routine Health Care and Wellness Exams, General Surgery (Competitive Spay and Neuter Fees), Advanced Dentistry, Micro chipping, Nutritional and Behavioral Medicine, Laser Surgery, Emergency Medicine and use a Certified Regional Blood-bank. To arrange your next appointment, contact us today to consult with one of our experienced staff members.

Veterinary Care for Your Pets

Live Oak Veterinary Clinic is an animal hospital and veterinary care center that offers animal care for common domestic pets, small animals, and exotic animals of every variety. Our experienced veterinarians offer only the very best veterinary care for your beloved pets.

Our Commitment to Animal Care

Our veterinary team is committed to providing advanced veterinary care to all types of animals, including exotic pets. The small size of our clinic allows us to provide you and your pets with the personalized care and attention you deserve. You can always turn to us for effective pet care treatments at some of the most affordable rates.


Dr. Heather Glover, and Dr. Heather Caughey,

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Erin

    Bio to come

  • Ashley

    Bio to come

  • Victoria

    Bio to come

  • Kate Lawson
    Practice Manager, Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Kate joined us in August, with an extensive resume. She started in the veterinary field in 2004, graduated from Trident Technical College in 2013, where she served as Vice-President of the Vet Tech Club, earned the SCAVT Student Leadership Award, and was part of the Student Advisory Board. After passing both the National and State Exams, Kate became a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT). Wanting to further her education, Kate has been back in school earning her Bachelors in Veterinary Technology, with a focus in Hospital Administration. Once she graduates, Kate plans to undergo the rigorous testing process and earn the title Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM). When she isn't working, Kate enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, cats, and chickens!

  • Tiffany Hart
    Veterinary Assistant

    Tiffany has been with Live Oak Veterinary Clinic for over a year now. She was born in North Carolina, grew up here in Moncks Corner, SC, and attended Berkeley High School until she graduated in 2011. She has one sister and one brother never mind Lucky, Spike, and Gizmo, her extended 4 legged family. Tiffany graduated Sum cum laud from Miller Motte in 2013 with a degree as a surgtech. In her spare time she enjoys outdoor sports such as swimming and boating as well as quiet time doing jigsaw puzzles.

  • Whitney Howard
    Office Manager/Head Receptionist

    Whitney has been a receptionist with Live Oak Veterinary clinic for the past 9 years. She was born and raised in Oak Island, NC. She and her husband Ronald have been married for the past 32 years, and they moved to South Carolina in 1995. They have two children, Kevin (30) and Melanie (25), and too many four-legged family members to count! In her spare time she enjoys reading, trips to the beach and shopping.

  • Heather Glover
    Veterinarian, Practice Owner

    Dr. Glover has over 20 years of experience practicing veterinary medicine, and has been the owner of Live Oak Veterinary Clinic for the past 8-years! She graduated from the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. She was born and raised in Missouri, and came to South Carolina in 1995. She and her husband Ed were married in 1998, and they have two sons, Brock (10) and Braden (12). Their dog Blanco, and their kitties, Joplin, Jett, Eden and Tiger, make life around the Glover household very interesting. In her spare time, Dr. Glover enjoys spending time with her family, scrap booking, and attending Clemson football games! GO TIGERS!!!

Live Oak Veterinary Clinic

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8:00 AM-12:00 PM

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3:00 PM-5:00 PM


8:00 AM-2:00 PM


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