Meet Our Team

Our Doctors

Kimberly Pluta, DVM is a Veterinarian and has been with us since 2013. She earned her BS degree in Animal and Veterinary Science from Clemson University and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Mississippi State University. She resides in Orangeburg with her 4 cats, Pumpkin, Neko-chan, Tails, and Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow). In her free time she enjoys reading books, playing video games, kayaking, running/hiking and spending time with her significant other, Lauren.

Our Staff

Kimberly Dickson  is our Receptionist that has been with us since 2010. She resides in Branchville with her husband, Eugene, 2 dogs, Cooper, Trash, and 6 cats, Boy, Itty Bitty, Otis, Emma, Boo Boo, and Boo Ashes. She has 2 children Beckett and Jessie, 3 grandchildren Lil Buddy, Harper and Parker, and a granddog, Maggie.

Brittney Robinson is our Head Technician and Office Manager. She has been employed at The Edisto Pet Clinic since 2005. She is a 2005 OC Tech graduate and currently resides in Neeses with her 2 dogs, Duke, Diesel, and 2 cats, Bandit and Fatso. In her free time she enjoys running, baking, and spending time with her significant other, Coy. 

Britney Foster is a Technician and has been with us since 2017. She resides in North with her husband, Tracy, her sons Hunter and Sawyer and stepdaughter, Haley. She has 2 dogs, Pepper, and Moonpie, 4 cats, Snaggle Puss, Tigger, Possum, and Bug. One bird, Jinga, and a goat that she bottle raised named Chewy. 

Victoria ("Vicki") Jara is a Technician and has been with us since 2019. She currently resides in Bamberg with her husband Ruben, her son Austin, and her daughter Katie as well as her spunky 4 cats (Inky, Lilly, Ashes, and Rambo) and her loveable dog, Roscoe. When not at the clinic, Vicki enjoys camping, fishing, going on vacations/traveling, and cookouts with her friends and family. 

Honorary Doctor

Ann V. Hurst, DVM (October 12, 1951-September 29, 2014) earned her BS degree in Agriculture and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Georgia. Dr. Hurst personally mentored and tutored many of our current staff, ensuring that her legacy of high quality animal medical care at an affordable price lives on for many more decades!

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