Karen Bolten, DVM
Veterinarian, Practice Owner
Dr. Karen Bolten has been in the Myrtle Beach area for five years, first working for Carolina Equine Clinic South. In 2012, she purchased the business and has since made major advancements to the practice, including the addition of digital radiography and ultrasonograpy as well as a second veterinarian to accommodate the expanding caseload. Dr. Bolten graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University, then completed an intensive one-year intership at the University of Missouri, where she was thoroughly trained in the management of hospitalized medical and surgical cases. After moving to South Carolina, her interest in dentistry developed, and she has since logged thousands of hours on both basic and advanced dental cases. While her passion has become dentistry, she still enjoys a wide variety of medical interests and is always up for new and challenging cases! Although she was born a Yankee, she loves the Lowcountry and thoroughly enjoys the vast amount of history in the area. When she's not working (which is not very often), she loves travelling, photography, and spending time with her four-legged herd.
Tori Moore, DVM
Associate Veterinarian - Starting August 2014
Dr. Moore grew up in rural Georgia where she began to ride horses at the age of four. She trained horses professionally throughout college and developed a strong classical dressage background. She had success in showing AQHA All-around, dressage, and reining. She received her undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia in Animal Science. While at UGA she rode reining on the UGA Women’s NCAA Varsity Equestrian Team. During her time on the Team, UGA won 2 SEC Championships and one National Championship.
Dr. Moore continued her education at The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine where she received her DVM. The following year she completed a rotating large animal Field Services internship at UGA in farm practice, theriogenology, and lameness. Her interests include equine lameness and dentistry, small ruminant medicine and surgery, and obstetrics. In her free time she enjoys road cycling, hiking, and the great outdoors.
Megan is a local, born and raised in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. She has been riding horses since about the time she could walk. Receiving her very first horse on her 9th birthday, she competed in local horse shows in both hunt seat and western, and at every chance she got she was camping with friends and family. Following her dreams she attended and graduated St. Andrews University, with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Equine studies. While at St. Andrews, she rode on the Hunt Seat and Western team where she competed in the IHSA (Intercollegiate Horse Show Association) Nationals two years in a row. In 2010, she was the reserve champion in Intermediate Western Horsemanship. She now resides in Loris with her two horses and two dogs.