Dr. Daters, Dr. Feldhaeusser and the staff of Coastal Veterinary Oncology are an experienced and compassionate team who specialize in diagnosing, staging, and developing treatment plans for dogs and cats who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Our staff consists a board-certified veterinary specialist in oncology as well as registered veterinary technicians and experienced nurses. The services we provide are unique from those found at primary health care veterinary clinics.
Our facility offers state-of-the-art medical equipment not found in any other facility in the coastal Georgia and South Carolina region. Our facility is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week with a veterinarian and staff on site at all times. We are directly involved in all of our patient’s treatment decisions every day that they are hospitalized.
We consider ourselves very fortunate to be asked to be a part of your patient’s health care team. We are happy to get involved and offer advice for ANY of your patients, including those who may not visit our facility. Feel free to call or email whenever you need an opinion on a blood test, cytology interpretation, biopsy interpretation, or with any other question you may have.
Our mission is to support you, your patients, and their families with quick and flexible scheduling to accommodate everyone’s busy schedule. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns and we look forward to working with you to ensure optimal care for your patients and their families.
Dr. Daters has been practicing in Savannah, serving the coastal Georgia and South Carolina community since 2011. He received his undergraduate degree from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA in 1997. He graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine with a Master’s Degree and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2004. After an internship at Colorado State University, he completed his residency training at Louisiana State University and became board certified in 2009. His interests and publications include bone tumors, canine lymphoma, and molecular genetics.
Dr. Brittany Feldhaeusser grew up in the Bluffton area and is returning to the lowcountry region that she loves. She received her undergraduate degree in Animal Science from the University of Georgia, then stayed at UGA for veterinary school. She did a one-year rotating internship at The Ohio State University before quickly returning to the south to complete her residency in oncology at UGA. She became board certified in 2021.
Dr. Feldhaeusser prioritizes quality of life for her patients and their families. She believes in the importance of pet parent education and closely collaborating with the family to decide best treatment options. She enjoys forming strong, lasting relationships with pets and the humans who love them.
When she is not working, Dr. Feldhaeusser likes to spend time with her husband, two small dogs, and feline friend. She enjoys kayaking, reading, traveling, and of course, Saturdays in Athens – Go Dawgs!