DR. CARA DANIEL, DVM, CVA
Dr. Daniel grew up on Sullivan’s Island, graduating from Bishop England High School. She received her undergraduate degree from Clemson University and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.
She is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture, having completed a course at the Chi Institute in small animal acupuncture. Dr. Daniel is passionate about preventative medicine, focusing on nutrition, neutraceuticals, pet enrichment, multi-modal pain management, and working together with you for the best quality of life for your pet.
Dr. Daniel resides in Mount Pleasant with her husband, two children, their cat Penny Lane, and their two dogs, Tucker and Queso. She enjoys watching Clemson football, cooking, hanging out at the beach, and spending time with her family.
DR. JESSICA DABBS, DVM
Dr. Dabbs enjoys her role as a veterinarian and being a part of your pet’s care. Her favorite part of being a general practitioner is being a part of pet’s life from the time they are a puppy or kitten to the time they a cherished senior member of the family.
After graduating cum laude from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014, Dr. Dabbs practiced in the Atlanta area for 5 years. During that time, she served as Secretary of the Board for the Cobb County Veterinary Medical Association. She is excited to now be in the Charleston area and a member of the Tidewater Veterinary team. Being a general practitioner is a great fit for Dr. Dabbs as she enjoys all parts of veterinary medicine, but she has a special love for “senior” patients and behavioral medicine. During her personal time, Dr. Dabbs loves spending time with her husband and two young boys. The Dabbs family have two cats and two dogs who are a constant source of entertainment and love.
DR. THERESA KOBZA, DVM
A native to western Michigan, Dr. Kobza earned her doctorate degree from the University of Michigan. While earning her undergraduate degrees, she worked at the University Hospital as a cardiopulmonary technician. This experience led her to pursue her a career in veterinary medicine by reinforcing her love of the field. After graduation, she moved to Mount Pleasant and has been privileged to be practicing veterinary medicine in the greater Charleston area for over twenty years. During that time, she has served as the Vice President, Secretary Treasurer, and President of the Trident Veterinary Medical Association. When not treating patients Dr. Kobza loves spending time with her husband, son, and 6 cats. She also enjoys hiking, crafting, sewing, and making her own soap.