Caroline Burton

Veterinary Assistant, Canine Therapeutic Massage Therapist

Education: Clemson University, Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage Therapy

Hometown: Lancaster, SC

Pets: Daisy Mae (dog), Harriette (dog), Mangus (cat)

Caroline grew up in Lancaster, SC where she nurtured a love for animals and the outdoors. At a very young age, she can remember flipping through the encyclopedia, and reading about any animal that she came across. As soon as she was old enough, Caroline began volunteering at petting zoos, and working with horses at a local stable. After high school, Caroline was accepted into the Animal and Veterinary Sciences program at Clemson University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree.

Caroline has worked in many aspects of the veterinary industry from hospitals and farms, to animal nutrition and sales. After attending a Holistic Conference where she learned about pet massage therapy, her calling to improve the overall well-being of pets through guided, gentle touch became evident. She soon became certified in Canine Therapeutic Massage, through the Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage Therapy. Caroline is excited to offer her calming attitude and gentle approach to healing, to enhance the life of your pet!

She and her husband Brian reside in Concord, NC with their two hound dogs, Daisy and Harriette, along with an orange tabby cat named Mangus.  In her spare time, she loves crafting, painting, and loves a good DIY project!