Dr. Scarlett Timmons, DVM
From a young age, Scarlett knew she wanted to work with animals and spent her life preparing to become a veterinarian. Scarlett graduated from Augusta State University with her bachelor’s degree in science and completed her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia Veterinary School. As she became a veterinarian, her passion focused on helping unwanted and underserved pets, and she works closely with animal rescue groups to provide services for those pets. Her free time is spent caring for her horses and her seven dogs and cats, which are all rescued animals with medical needs.
Dr. Tara Poppy, DVM
Dr. Poppy graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2007. Native to the CSRA area, she enjoys providing quality healthcare for the community’s furry small animal companions. Dr. Poppy also provides healthcare for avian and exotic pets, including select wildlife for the Savannah River Ecology Lab. The most gratifying part of veterinary medicine is saving lives and improving the quality of life of her patients. In her spare time, she enjoys nature, walking, spending time with her husband, her five woofs, and one meow.
Joan McCue, CVPM
Joan McCue joined All God’s Creatures in January of 2022. Previously, she was the practice manager of a four-doctor, AAHA-accredited companion animal practice in Brookfield, Connecticut. After relocating to South Carolina in 2020, Joan spent a year working as a practice management consultant until she found her home at All God’s. As a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM), Joan has fulfilled requirements in secondary and continuing education, demonstrated veterinary management expertise, and passed a rigorous exam.
Prior to finding her dream career in veterinary medicine, Joan worked as a freelance writer and marketing consultant. Joan holds a bachelor’s degree in communication arts and has attended many veterinary-specific continuing education programs. A native of the northeast, Joan lived in Massachusetts, New York, and Connecticut before heading south. She does not miss the snow and cold!
Joan and her husband have two children who have successfully flown the nest and they share their home with two dogs and two cats. Joan’s pride and joy is her Clydesdale-cross mare, Southern Belle. In her spare time, Joan enjoys competing in horse shows and enjoying the southern lifestyle.
Receptionist/ Veterinary Assistant
Lori Van Kluyve