Our Doctors

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Dr. Kristen Mabry

  • Bachelors Degree In Animal Science: Clemson University, 2011

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2019

  • Special Interests: Diagnostic Imaging (Radiography & Ultrasound), Soft Tissue Surgery, and Dentistry.

  • Dr. Mabry is a native of South Carolina, and grew up in the Upstate. She is very excited to join the Oasis team and grow with them. She has also provided veterinary care to rural families in Costa Rica and Panama through a mission organization.


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Dr. Atticus Mabry

  • Bachelors Degree In Animal Science: Clemson University, 2011

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2015

  • Special Interests: Veterinary Dentistry, Cosmetic and Soft Tissue Surgery, & Critical Care of Hospitalized Patients

  • Dr. Atticus Mabry is a native of South Carolina, and grew up in the Upstate. He has practiced in Georgia and South Carolina, and has provided veterinary care to rural families in Costa Rica and Panama through a mission organization.

  • His family runs a beef cattle farm just outside of Greenville. They produce their own hay, and manage the entire operation through cooperation with other local beef cattle farms including the Burdette's and Dyal's. He and his wife Dr. Kristen enjoy hiking with their three Golden Retrievers, Allie, Lexi and Finch. They spend a lot of their summer weekends with their pets and friends at Lake Jocassee and Keowee, and the family farm.


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Dr. Paula Watkins

  • Bachelors Degree in Biological Sciences, with a minor in Aquaculture, Fisheries, and Wildlife Biology from Clemson University, 1997

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine with a clinical year at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2006.

  • Special Interests: Soft Tissue Surgery, Radiology/ Ultrasonography, Critical Care, complex and challenging cases

  • Dr. Watkins is the veterinarian for PAWS, a federally licensed wildlife rehab center located in Waterloo SC. She also acts as the on-site veterinarian for the Greenwood Humane Society where her duties include disease control, wound management, soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries, and animal welfare cases. She was integral in launching the successful TNR (trap-neuter-release) program for population control of feral cats in the community.

  • She volunteered as a veterinarian for The UP200 Sled Dog race in Marquette Michigan, which is a qualifying race for the Iditarod. It was a life-long dream to participate as one of the veterinarians at medical check points but it was a little colder than here in SC.! Checking the health of all the dog teams under a black starry sky, with temperatures in the negatives, was very rewarding.

  • She feels a special love and deep connection for police and military working dogs. Dr. Watkins is also one of the veterinarians for Greyhound Crossroads, a 501c3 group dedicated to placing greyhounds into loving homes.

  • Dr. Watkins shares her home with her husband, a ten year old son, and a 24 year old step son. Also partaking of the kibble are 4 dogs and 3 cats. She loves to hike, camp, and be in the woods; but visiting as a family to our National and State Parks is one of her most favorite things to do.