Dr. Haley Webster joined the hospital team at Sangaree Animal Hospital at Cane Bay in June 2018 as an Associate Veterinarian, and became a Co-Owner and Medical Director in 2020. Dr. Webster started working in the veterinary field when she was sixteen years old, and has an intrinsic drive to help keep pets healthy and to protect the irreplaceable bond between pets and their caretakers. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Clemson University, and went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from the University of Georgia. Dr. Webster has professional interests in surgical care and dentistry.
Dr. Webster grew up in Pinopolis, SC, and she created a new happy home in the Summerville area in 2015. A few of Dr. Webster' favorite things include Italian foods, the movie The Godfather, and the Boxer breed. Her first forever friend was a Golden Retriever named Dixie, and she is now the caretaker of an adorable Boston Terrier named Gabby. In her free time, Dr. Webster enjoys boating and exploring new restaurants.
Dr. Taylor Bartolec is the newest Associate Veterinarian with Sangaree Animal Hospital. She received her Bachelors Degree in Animal Science from the University of Findlay in 2017, and went on to get her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2021. She completed her clinical year at Ohio State University, and has a professional interest in genetics/reproduction, as well as preventative medicine.
Dr. Bartolec has had a lifelong fascination all kinds of animals, and a drive to heal and help all through medicine. She has a passion for making genuine connections and relationships with each of her patients and their owners.
Dr. Bartolec grew up in Ohio, and has just recently made the move to Summerville, South Carolina with her three pets: a Siamese foster-fail cat named Loki, a calico kitty named Stella, and Siberian husky named Nya who has been with Dr. Bartolec since she was just 10 years old! While she is not in the office, Dr. Bartolec loves to travel and explore new areas. She is currently on the search for the best restaurants, coffee shops, live music, and beaches in South Carolina!
Dr. Cameron Broach, DVM, is an Associate Veterinarian with Sangaree Animal Hospital. Dr. Broach graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from Wake Forest University in 1991 and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia in 2000. Her areas of professional interest include ophthalmology and surgery.
Dr. Broach began working in 1994 as a veterinary technician and worked throughout her time in veterinary school. After school, she began her dream career as a veterinarian in 2000 and worked in both private practice and the shelter setting. Dr. Broach also spent some of her time volunteering with Carolina Wildlife and The Heartworm Project. She was inspired to become a veterinarian because of the human-animal bond and her desire to strengthen that bond for her clients, as well as to improve the quality of life for all of our pet family members.
Originally from Columbia, SC, Dr. Broach now resides in Ridgeville with her spouse, and four girls, Sarah, Megan, Keira, and Gracey. Their house is even more full with their four dogs, Bailey, Gus, Holly, and Fiona, and six cats, Travis, Trevor, Pirate, Raisin, Oliver, and Noodle. If you didn't think that was enough, the family also takes care of their seven dwarf goats, Molly, Izzy, Waffles, Spot, Comet, Ruben, and Manning! When Dr. Broach does not have her hands full at home or work, she enjoys walking, running, working out, fishing and boating with her husband, spending time with their animals, and hanging out on their back porch.
Dr. Criselda I. Reyes is an Associate Veterinarian at Sangaree Animal Hospital. She attended the University of the Philippines - Los Banos and graduated with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Dr Reyes completed her qualifications to practice veterinary medicine in the United States through the American Veterinary Medical Association's Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates, and certified in small animal clinical proficiency through Mississippi State University. She maintains USDA National Accreditation and completed coursework in Conservation Medicine through the University of Edinburgh. Her areas of interest include preventative medicine, small animal dermatology and public health.
Dr. Reyes began working in the veterinary field in 2009 as a veterinary assistant for small animal practices in Arizona and California while she studied and completed her US veterinary boards. She was inspired to become a human physician like her grandfather, however, growing up around livestock, companion animals, and local wildlife rescues, she realized there was also a need to advocate for animals’ health and welfare. From being a part of a puppy’s first vaccine visit to managing chronic disease in an elderly cat, Dr. Reyes says she is fulfilled to not only provide medical services, but to also become part of the human/animal bond where so much trust is involved.
Dr. Reyes grew up in the Philippines and enjoyed the best of both worlds; the urban sprawl of Manila and summers and holidays in the rural south at her grandfather’s farm. She relocated to the United States in 2009, and recently moved from California to South Carolina in 2020. She shares a home with her husband, son, and their three rescue dogs. When she is not providing quality veterinary care, she enjoys spending time with her family, ‘glamping’ in a travel trailer, and reading historical fiction and mysteries.
Dr. Christine J. Eidson is an Associate Veterinarian at Sangaree Animal Hospital at Cane Bay. Dr. Eidson earned her Bachelor of Science from St. Andrews Presbyterian College in 2008 and earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri in 2013. Dr. Eidson was inspired to pursue veterinary medicine after encountering a hurt foul out in a field and not knowing how to help it. According to Dr. Eidson, the best part about working in the veterinary field is meeting and building relationships with all the puppies and kittens. Originally from the upper Midwest, Dr. Eidson relocated to South Carolina in 2014 where she now lives with her silly long-haired chihuahua named V.V. In her free time, Dr. Eidson enjoys arts and crafts, horseback riding, and exploring local parks with her dog.