Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Dr. James F Love III
Dr James Love has strong ties to the community and town of McConnells. His family has been living in York County since revolutionary times. His only time away from the area was to attend Clemson University for his B.S. degree and to attend Tuskeegee University for his D.V.M. degree. Whenever he has the chance to discuss Clemson sports, he will gladly take the time to try to convert you if you are not already a fan! He is known for his "laid back" attitude and always has a joke on the tip of his tongue. He, and most of his immediate family, live within a few miles from the clinic and are frequently "stopping by" to chat with clients and friends. If you are not already a friend of his, you will soon become one.
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Dr. Brenton Gwinn
Brenton is another local, having grown up in Lake Wylie. Just like Dr. Love, Brenton also attended Clemson University and received his B.S. in Animal Science before getting his D.V.M. from theUniversity of Georgia. Don't let the black and red ties fool you, Brenton swears that he bleeds orange and purple! His hobbies include traveling, the beach, riding horses, skiing, riding motorcycles, and exercising. Dr. Gwinn recently got a blue heeler/border collie puppy named Deuce. So if you see him while visiting the office, be sure to say hello (belly rubs appreciated).
He can be reached at email@example.com
Dr. Ashlee Armstrong