Jose Biascoechea, DVM, DABVP earned his BS and DVM from Kansas State University. He is board-certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Avian Practice. He founded Exotic Vet Care in 2000 and has been practicing exclusively exotic animal medicine and surgery since. He is the staff veterinarian for The Center for Birds of Prey and provides consulting and relief services for the South Carolina Aquarium and The Turtle Survival Center. He lectures frequently at local, state and national conferences.
Kerry has been managing Exotic Vet Care since 2003. When she is not working to keep the clinic running smoothly and all of our clients and patients happy, she enjoys singing, playing guitar, crafts, and being mommy to 2 formerly stray kitties: Peek and Essie.
A lover of all animals, Brittny came to us with many years of experience in veterinary reception and customer service. Wanting to spread her wings, she left the world of dog and cat medicine to join our exotic team. When she is not behind the desk she loves to spend time with friends, family, and her two dogs, Rufus and Beverly, hiking, cooking, and doing arts and crafts.
With nearly a decade of experience as a veterinary technician, Annde joined us in April of 2014. Her confidence and competence help keep everyone focused and organized, and her attention to detail ensures the highest standard of care for our patients. Her vivacity and exuberance bring a positive energy to the practice. When she is not providing top-notch care and service, she enjoys reading and hanging out with her mixed-breed dog Rustle, Western Hognose snake Kevin Bacon, and python Flexx.
Kori came to us from The Avian Medical Clinic in March of 2017 with a BS in Animal Ecology and a minor in Biology. She has 6 years of experience in wildlife rehabilitation and has worked with exotic vets in three states. Her experience in avian surgical monitoring and assisting makes her indispensable in the surgical suite. Her enthusiastic and helpful manner makes her indispensable everywhere else. In her spare time she enjoys being outside and exploring all Charleston has to offer. At home she cares for her two rescued ball pythons and fosters bearded dragons until she can find them permanent homes.
An avid reptile enthusiast, Lisa is also mother to Bella, the daintiest Mollucan cockatoo ever hatched. She has been with Exotic Vet Care since the clinic’s inception in 2000. Technically retired, Lisa is here the first Saturday of each month because she loves us THAT much! She also enjoys cooking, reading, and basking in the sunshine (much like her reptilian cohorts).
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