Dr. Henke graduated from Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Upon graduation, he practiced small animal medicine in Western North Carolina. His love for the outdoors and salt water brought him to South Carolina in 2004. Dr. Henke loves all aspects of veterinary medicine and performs laser surgery exclusively. He is an avid fly fisherman and lives in Mt. Pleasant with his wife, Tracy, their 3 children, and Aspen (golden retriever) and Sage (Lab mix).
Miranda is a Buckeye living in the south. Born and raised in Ohio, she has lived in the Lowcountry for the past four years. Outside of work, she enjoys reading and smothering her two kitties, Finn and Kal-El, with love.
Jenny has been a Veterinary Technician since 1994. She lives in Mount Pleasant with her husband, John and son, “Buddy”. She has 2 border collies, 2 cats and 2 beloved ducks. She loves Halloween, Disney World, anything vintage and the Dallas Cowboys. Jenny has been part of the Palmetto Vet family for the last 13 years.
Rachael has been a Veterinary Technician since 1994 and has been with Palmetto Veterinary Hospital since August 2011. She is completely obsessed with all things Star Wars, Star Trek, Harrison Ford and Hello Kitty. She cheers for the Gamecocks, Chicago Bears, and Washington Redskins. She lives in Mount Pleasant with her son, nicknamed Bean, their dog Midori and their cat Hobbes- affectionately known as the Orange Terror.
Laura is a Licensed Veterinary Technician who was born and raised in Charleston. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Anthropology and Studio Art from the College of Charleston, as well as an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from Trident Technical College. Laura has been with Palmetto Veterinary Hospital since June 2013. She has 3 cats: Lucy, Sparkle and Widget, a jack russell mix named Mia and a dachshund named Olive who is a certified Canine Good Citizen.
Shannon has been a Veterinary Technician since 2002 and is originally from Cape Cod, MA. She moved down to South Carolina at the beginning of the summer of 2016 with her 3 cats, Poopie, Schmeeds and Little Man and her boxer Bruce, who is her constant side kick. When she’s not at work, she enjoys exploring the sights of the Lowcountry and getting to know the local farm life.
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Ted Deas was born and raised in downtown Charleston and attended local schools as well as Oglethorpe University. He has worked at Palmetto Hospital since 2008.
He is married and has two children as well as a Golden Retriever and a cat. He enjoys fishing and traveling.
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