Our Doctors

Dr. Randall

Dr. Daniel C. Randall is a native of Aiken, South Carolina. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Clemson University and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine.

He graduated Magna Cum Laude from both institutions and received the Upjohn Pharmacia Award for clinical proficiency in medicine upon graduating from the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine.

Before moving to the Greenville area, Dr. Randall spent six years in a busy mixed animal practice in Greensboro, Georgia near Lake Oconee.

While in Georgia he cultivated an avid interest in advanced small animal surgery techniques including orthopedics, reconstructive soft tissue surgery and minimally invasive surgical techniques. He then spent a year working on a research project at the University of Georgia investigating experimental gene therapy techniques for treating bronchioalveolar carcinoma.

In 2004, Dr. Randall returned to private practice in the Greenville area working as an associate at the Fountain Inn Animal Clinic and as a surgeon at Fairview Point Animal Hospital. Dr. Randall recently served as the President of the Greater Greenville Veterinary Medical Association.

He and his wife, Leigh, have two sons, William and Hampton. The Randall family enjoys the companionship of their dogs, Dixie and Max.



Dr. Culbertson

Dr. Joy Culbertson is a native of Laurens, SC.  She is a cum laude graduate of Clemson University and a 2009 graduate of University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.  She has worked in veterinary medicine since 1998, starting as an assistant/ kennel tech and working her way up to her dream job as veterinarian.

Dr. Culbertson is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Greater Greenville Vet Med Association, SC Association of Veterinarians, the American Association of Human-Animal Bond Veterinarians, and American Heartworm Society.  Her professional interests include spay/neuter surgery, internal medicine, dentistry and wellness care.

In addition to veterinary medicine, Dr. Culbertson enjoys yoga, reading and Clemson Tiger sports.  She and her husband and son, Declan, recently welcomed daughter Cecily to their family.  They also share their home with Tink, Peeper, Butters and Bandit (all rescued Chihuahuas).


Jena Bio Pic 2Dr. Brown

Jena Brown, D.V.M. is a native of the upstate. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Clemson University and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine.  She graduated Magna Cum Laude from both universities.

Dr. Brown currently is the treasurer for the Greater Greenville Veterinary Medical Association.  She is a member of South Carolina Association of Veterinarians, American Animal Hospital Association, and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Brown and her husband live in Taylors and have two dogs named Oreo and Nabisco.  in her free time, she enjoys horseback riding, gardening and scrapbooking.  She competes and shows American Saddlebred horses.





Dr Duncan

Dr. Shaylin Duncan is a 3rd-generation native of Greenville, SC. She graduated summa cum laude from Winthrop University with a degree in Biology, and went on to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, Dr. Duncan started her veterinary career in Augusta, GA where she served as an emergency veterinarian with a 24-hour emergency and critical care facility. In the fall of 2014, Dr. Duncan elected to return home to the beautiful Appalachian foothills. She took this opportunity to transition her career away from emergency medicine, instead focusing on providing life-long care and forming lasting bonds with clients and their beloved pets. She and her husband, an Atlanta native, moved to Greenville in late 2014.

 Dr. Duncan’s professional interests include emergency and critical care, soft tissue surgery, diagnostic imaging, and client education. In her free time, she enjoys cycling on the Swamp Rabbit Trail, hiking, camping in Pisgah, and exploring the local cuisine. Dr. Duncan shares her life with a shy hound-mix named Penny, and a temperamental calico named Phoebe.