Our Team

Meet our talented leader, Dr. Caroline Cofer! 

Our staff is committed to providing compassionate care!

Pet’s Favorite Vet was started with the goal of being just that, your pet’s favorite vet, and more. We will be your favorite veterinarian, too. Our pets are significant parts of our lives, and your vet is a vital part of the team that helps you care for them. Working in the veterinary industry since age 14, Dr. Caroline Cofer saw the ways lots of practices and doctors work. It is exceedingly rare to see a vet who doesn’t do what was needed to save pets and keep them healthy. It is rarer still, though, to see a vet make it easy and comfortable to get the care your pet needs.

Pet’s Favorite Vet offers wellness care, treatment of minor health problems, and chronic disease management with lower overhead and a more enjoyable process than your traditional, full-service vet. We work with every family to ensure that your pet’s care fits in with the whole brood. Whether it’s heartworm prevention and allergy medicine or acupuncture and herbal supplements, we’ll tailor your pet’s care to your lifestyle and budget. You got a pet to enjoy them. Let us be a part of that!

Dr. Caroline Cofer, DVM

Dr. Caroline Cofer, DVM

Founder & Veterinarian

Dr. Caroline Cofer is the founder of Pet’s Favorite Vet and a lover of all pets and their people! She knew she wanted to be a vet since she first tagged along to her Golden Retriever’s check-up when she was four years old. Originally from Chattanooga, TN, Dr. Caroline attended the University of Tennessee (Go Vols!) for her Bachelor’s and Veterinary degrees and the Chi Institute in Reddick, FL, for her acupuncture training.

She came to the upstate when she met a boy, Joseph, who is now her wonderful husband. They have a son named Asher and live in a swirl of joyful chaos with four dogs, one cat, one tortoise, one axolotl, and several fish. In her time off, Dr. Caroline can be found cooking up a storm, swaying off-beat to live music, playing in the woods, or working on her converted school bus camper.

Malory Cetinich

Malory Cetinich

Patient Care Specialist

Malory moved to the upstate area from Ohio about 2 years ago. She adopted her beloved dog, Brutus, shortly after her move here. She recently acquired a kitten named Tonic, who quickly stole her heart as well as a couple of fish. Malory has always had a strong passion for animals, but that only grew when she started volunteering at animal shelters. She has experience in general practice and emergency practice. Her favorite parts about veterinary medicine are the constant learning and getting to know each pet’s individual personalities. Outside of work Malory enjoys hiking with Brutus, relaxing by the pool, and practicing yoga. She is very excited to grow with Pet’s Favorite Vet and get to know all of your pets!

Chelsea Boyd, LVT

Chelsea Boyd, LVT

Patient Care Specialist

Chelsea recently relocated here from North Carolina but is originally from Southwestern Virginia, this is where she found her love for animals while hanging out with her grandfather on his farm. She is a graduate of Bel-Rea Institute of Veterinary Technology in Colorado and has been working in the veterinary field for almost 20 years. She has lots of experience in dentistry and surgery as well as emergency medicine. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and hanging out with her family and fur babies. Chelsea has a dachshund (Olsen “Go Panthers!”), doxie poo (Honey) and 3 cats (Snoop, Alexander Hamilton, and Marvel).

Amanda Ford, LVT

Amanda Ford, LVT

Patient Care Specialist

Mandi was raised near Possum Kindgom and now lives in Sugar Tit, SC. She began working in veterinary medicine in 2005 and has her LVT from TriCounty Technical College. Her favorite part of veterinary work is client education. She married her high school sweetheart in 1998 and they are pretty stinking cute together. Outside of work she enjoys woodburning portraits, crafting, and sewing.
Breanna Lunsford

Breanna Lunsford

Client Care Specialist

Breanna is from the upstate and has lived here most of her life. She moved to Georgia for a short period of time, where she liked to hike and be adventurous. Georgia is her second home, but South Carolina is where her heart belongs. In her free time, Breanna likes to travel, paint, and binge watch shows on Netflix. Her love for animals comes from her family, who has always had animals present in their home. Breanna is a new cat mom to her kittens, Ash and Willow, who are very much spoiled and loved. She’s excited and looks forward to learning more about the veterinary world.–