Sangaree Animal Hospital at Cane Bay is led by Dr. Marie Ingle, who is regularly scheduled with appointments throughout the week. Additionally, several of the veterinarians from our Main Street location visit each week and see patients. If you have a preference for your pet's appointment, please inquire when scheduling your dog or cat's appointment.
Marie C. Ingle, DVM
Dr. Marie Ingle is the co-owner of Sangaree Animal Hospital and the primary doctor at the Cane Bay location.
A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Dr. Ingle received both her B.S. and M.S. in Animal Science from North Carolina State University. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. Happy to be back in warmer climates, Dr. Ingle worked as an Equine Veterinarian in the Columbia area for four years before transitioning to small animal general practice. She has developed special interest in arthritic pets and itchy dogs. She has pursued additional training in pain management to help her elderly patients be as comfortable as possible. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and South Carolina Veterinary Association.
Dr. Ingle and her family are enjoying living in the Low Country. They enjoy the beaches and many family activities available in this area. Her two cats, Gus and Charlie, are also fine with the move since their favorite couch came with them.
Kevin McGinn, DVM
Dr. Kevin McGinn founded Sangaree Animal Hospital's Main Street location in 1985 and has been a General Practitioner at the two hospitals ever since.
Dr. McGinn’s father raised him with a love and respect for animals. During his youth, he learned the importance of caring and nurturing for animals through his family’s own treasured pets. Dr. McGinn is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. His appreciation for animals later led to Dr. McGinn serving as a volunteer at Lenox Animal Hospital in Atlanta.
In 1973, Dr. McGinn registered at Emory University. Shortly after, Dr. McGinn transferred to the University of Georgia where he pursued Animal Science. In 1977 he was accepted into the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia. While attending, the university recognized him as the Outstanding Animal Science Student.
He began practicing in 1981 immediately after he earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. His Veterinary interests have expanded to include the areas of dermatology and endocrine diseases. He became a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, South Carolina Association of Veterinarians and the Trident Veterinary Medical Association.
When asked what Dr. McGinn loves most about being a Veterinarian, his response was the special human/animal bond he feels when working with animals. He also enjoys the satisfaction of helping people treasure their pets. Dr. McGinn has three Chihuahuas, a Shih Tzu and two cats of his own. He enjoys traveling, skiing, hiking and cooking in his spare time.
Angela Penrod, DVM
Dr. Angela Penrod joined Sangaree Animal Hospital in mid 2013 as a General Practitioner and Associate Veterinarian.
Dr. Penrod is a native of Iowa and spent the first part of her life living in the Quad Cities. She graduated from Purdue University’s School of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. After earning her degree, Dr. Penrod went back home to the Quad Cities where she worked in many different general practices. Over these fifteen years of work, she was often named the practice’s primary emergency contact. This unique factor landed Dr. Penrod a full-time job in 2008 at the Animal Emergency Center of the Quad Cities. Dr. Penrod moved with her family to South Carolina in 2013 where she began working with us at Sangaree Animal Hospital.
Dr. Penrod’s veterinary interests also extend to the areas of internal medicine, endocrine diseases and surgery. Her dedication to animals continues outside of Sangaree. At home, she has five pets including Blanco and Sam, two short hair felines, Princess, a mixed-breed long-haired terrier, Blossom an umbrella cockatoo, and Pixie, a beautiful Chihuahua.
Haley Evans, DVM
Dr. Haley Evans joined the hospital team at Sangaree Animal Hospital at Cane Bay in June 2018 as an Associate Veterinarian. Dr. Evans started working in the veterinary field when she was sixteen years old, and has an intrinsic drive to help keep pets healthy and to protect the irreplaceable bond between pets and their caretakers. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Clemson University, and went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from the University of Georgia. Dr. Evans has professional interests in surgical care and dentistry.
Dr. Evans grew up in Pinopolis, SC, and she created a new happy home in the Summerville area in 2015. A few of Dr. Evans' favorite things include Italian foods, the movie The Godfather, and the Boxer breed. Her first forever friend was a Golden Retriever named Dixie, and she is now the caretaker of an adorable Boston Terrier named Gabby. In her free time, Dr. Evans enjoys boating and exploring new restaurants.