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Internal Medicine

Dr. Bishop

Bradley Bishop DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

Board Certified Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine

Education & Training

  • Residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine, University of Florida
  • Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Carolina Veterinary Specialists
  • Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University
  • BS Biological Sciences, Mississippi State University
Learn more about Dr. Bradley Bishop
Dr. Bishop likes all aspects of internal medicine but particularly enjoys immune-mediated and gastrointestinal disease. Various minimally invasive diagnostics and endoscopic procedures are also some of his favorite things to do, including retrieval of foreign bodies and airway washes. With every case, Dr. Bishop greatly values the long-term bond he gets to form with pets and their owners.

In his spare time, Dr. Bishop enjoys traveling and hiking (he says Iceland is a must for anyone that loves the outdoors). He also enjoys crafting classic cocktails or inventing his own and is a big supporter of all of the professional Charlotte sports teams. More than anything, he loves spending time with his family: Remmy (Shepherd Mix), Basil (Golden Retriever), and Olivia (human).

Dr. DeClue

Amy DeClue DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM)

Board Certified Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine

Education & Training

  • Diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • Residency, Masters of Science Degree and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois
  • Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois
Learn more about Dr. Amy DeClue
Dr. DeClue was a Professor of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the Assistant Director of the Comparative Internal Medicine Laboratory at the University of Missouri prior to joining Fetch. Her research focused on investigating the immunologic mechanisms of sepsis and innate immune system disorders. Dr. DeClue’s clinical interests include endocrinology and critical care. Dr. DeClue has lectured on sepsis, immunology, and endocrinology nationally and internationally and has published numerous book chapters and peer-reviewed manuscripts.

In her free time, Dr. DeClue enjoys spending time with her husband and dog. They love to be active together and are often found training for triathlons, hiking, or enjoying water sports. In the span of just one year, Dr. DeClue has raced 18 half marathons and completed four half-ironman races. Five of those half marathons were all raced within one month! It’s safe to say she really enjoys endurance sports and challenging herself in that area.

Oncology

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Benjamin Lee, DVM, DACVIM

Board Certified Specialist in Medical Oncology

Education & Training

  • Diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Medicine (DACVIM)
  • Bachelor of Science from Appalachian State University
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University
  • Rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at Colorado State University
  • Residency in veterinary medical oncology at University of Georgia
Learn more about Dr. Benjamin Lee

Dr. Benjamin Lee met his wife in veterinary school in Starkville, MS, and they are both veterinarians now. He grew up in Charleston, SC, and his wife is a Clemson alumnus from Greer, SC. Dr. Lee’s primary interests are novel approaches to the treatment of cancer, with a primary focus on lymphoma, mast cell tumors, hemangiosarcoma, osteosarcoma, and histiocytic sarcoma. Developing new approaches that combine traditional treatments with newer targeted therapies is his current primary focus, as well as exploring new therapeutics as they become available like immunotherapy. His favorite part of practicing veterinary medicine is developing relationships with the pets and their families and seeing positive responses to treatment.

Dr. Lee and his wife are incredibly excited to be moving back to the state they have called home for most of their lives. They have 3 dogs and 3 cats and they love spending time outdoors hiking and climbing and traveling when they can.

Surgery

dr. lynch

Mischa McDonald-Lynch, DVM, DACVS

Board Certified Specialist in Small Animal Surgery

Education & Training

  • Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons-Small Animal
  • Residency, Small Animal Surgery at North Carolina State University
  • Internship, Small Animal Surgery at Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center
  • Internship, Small Animal Medicine & Surgery at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Tufts University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Biologic Basis of Behavior from University of Pennsylvania
Learn more about Dr. Mischa McDonald-Lynch

Dr. Mischa McDonald-Lynch is particularly interested in advanced wound management, reconstructive surgery, orthopedics, and minimally invasive procedures. She has published research and taught seminars about the pathophysiology of hip dysplasia.

Dr. McDonald-Lynch enjoys reading, exercising, and going for long walks with her husband and their four large dogs. Pitbulls and Great Danes have a special place in her heart!

dr. silliman

David Silliman, DVM

Residency Trained in Small Animal Surgery

Education & Training

  • Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and Zoology from North Carolina State University
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Small Animal Rotating Internship at Veterinary Specialty Center
  • Surgery Internship at Veterinary Specialty Center
  • Three-year Surgical Residency at Veterinary Specialty Center
Learn more about Dr. David Silliman

The professional interests of Dr. Silliman include minimally invasive soft tissue procedures, surgical oncology, as well as orthopedic surgeries, and advanced surgical techniques. Outside of the operating room, he focuses on providing comprehensive patient care, with patient quality of life always remaining of the utmost importance. Dr. Silliman believes that a combination of compassion, commitment, communication, and teamwork are the ideal tools for providing the best possible veterinary care to his patients.

When not busy caring for animals, Dr. Silliman enjoys hiking and fishing, as well as spending time with his family, friends, dog, and two cats. His favorite football team is the Carolina Panthers “Keep Pounding”.

Emergency

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Christopher Capps, DVM

Education & Training

  • Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia
  • Bachelor of Science, Animal and Veterinary Science degree at Clemson University
Learn more about Dr. Christopher Capps

Dr. Capps received his undergraduate degree at Clemson University in Animal Sciences. He then went on to complete his graduate degree and received his DVM at the University of Georgia. Dr. Capps is especially interested in small animal emergency medicine and is excited to be a part of the Fetch team.

Dr. Capps is an active member of the Greenville Clemson Club – Board of Directors, as well as an IPTAY Representative, and an Alumni Association Legislative Advocate for Clemson University. In his free time, you can find him enjoying anything related to Clemson and he never misses a home Clemson football game.

Whitney Brown

Whitney Brown, DVM

Education & Training

  • Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Bachelor of Science, Animal and Veterinary Science degree at Clemson University

Learn more about Dr. Whitney Brown

Dr. Whitney Brown received her undergraduate degree in Animal and Veterinary Sciences at Clemson University. She then went on to Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she received her DVM. Dr. Brown is excited to be a part of the Fetch team and ready to provide the best care for all pets in need. In her free time, Dr. Brown enjoys spending time with friends and family, cuddling with her pets, crafting, and traveling with her husband. Although she loves all animals, she has a soft spot for cats.

Whitney Brown

Robyn Gallucci , DVM

Education & Training

  • Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Ross University
  • Bachelor of Science, Animal Sciences at Clemson University

Learn more about Dr. Robyn Gallucci

Dr. Gallucci started her career in veterinary medicine as a kennel assistant in high school and began training as a technician in college. She received her undergraduate degree at Clemson University in Animal Sciences. After being a technician for a few years in Charleston, SC in emergency and day practice, she went on to Ross University to complete her graduate degree and receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She then moved to New York, where she continued to serve in day practice and emergency medicine for a few years until she met her husband and brought him back down to South Carolina to get married and start a family.

Dr. Gallucci attempted to leave veterinarian medicine to focus on her family and was not able to stay away for longer than a year. She began working in emergency medicine again at Fetch in December 2021. In her free time, she enjoys helping her husband with his business, spending time with her family, serving her church, traveling and eating good food, and of course, supporting the Clemson Tigers!