For animal lovers, pets are more than just companions; they are irreplaceable members of our families. And like any family member, each one is special in its own way. The doctors and staff at Pine Street Animal Hospital recognize and champion that ideal. Therefore, we strive to offer the highest quality of care and individualized service. Our mission is to offer specifically tailored plans that best serve the interest of your pet. From preventative health care to unique treatment plans, Pine Street Animal Hospital is committed to improving your pet’s quality of life through superior veterinary care.
The pet care specialists at Pine Street Animal Hospital are all here for one main reason – they all love pets. Each employee will lovingly treat your pets like their own during wellness visits, emergency care or overnight boarding. So every interaction you have – from the receptionist on the phone, to the vet tech who checks you in, to the boarding staff who help clean the runs – will be with people who want to work with pets and people.
Dr. Glenn Adcock is a native of Opelika, Alabama, and a graduate of Opelika High School, Class of 1987. In August of 1987, he joined the U.S. Navy submarine service, where he served as a nuclear missile technician on board the U.S.S. Bancroft SSBN 643 Blue Crew. He returned to Alabama in 1993 and began undergraduate work at Auburn University as a Wildlife Biology major. From there he was admitted to Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and received his DVM in 1999.
When Dr. Adcock isn't in the office, the woods, or training at the gym, he can be found at Auburn football games or spending time with his family: his wife, Cayce; their son, Jackson; and the triplets, Elizabeth, Sawyer and Sterling; along with Mae Belle the Golden Retriever, and Buster, the yellow Lab.
Cayce Adcock is a native of Greenville, SC. She is an alumnus of the University of South Carolina Spartanburg (’07) where she was Co-Captain of the Women’s Soccer Team. She earned a BA in Secondary English Education and began her teaching career at Chapman High School in Spartanburg County School District One. During her 9.5 yrs at CHS, she earned an MA in Education from Southern Wesleyan University and an Ed.S. from Converse College.
In 2016, Cayce transitioned into the role of stay-at-home-mother after giving birth to triplets (Elizabeth, Sterling, and Sawyer).
In September of 2020, Cayce joined the Staff at Pine Street Animal Hospital as the Practice Manager where she oversees personnel, communications, and marketing. Cayce loves her new job as she is able to do what she loves most: helping others and developing relationships with people.
When not at work, you will find Cayce spending time with her family outdoors, involved in various ministries at her church, and doing her best to keep an active, healthy lifestyle.
Jan Easler is a native of Boiling Springs, SC and attended the University of South Carolina Upstate. Jan enjoys reading, being involved in her church, and spending time with her husband and her three beagles.
Jan has been a part of the Pine Street Animal Hospital Team since 2009. Until the last six months, Jan served 11 years as the clinic’s Customer Service Representative. Clients frequently ask for Jan’s whereabouts. She is currently “behind the scenes”, literally on the other side of the wall serving as Office Manager for the clinic.
Even though her new role has relocated her physically in the building, Jan’s heart is still present as she thrives on the relationships she has developed with long-standing clients, nurturing relationships with new clients, and continuing to relationally serve those in between.
Ashli Likes has been one of PSAH’s Licensed Veterinary Technicians since 2018. She is originally from Boiling Springs, SC, and received her college education from Tri-County Technical College.
The medical procedure she most enjoys doing is pet dental care. She loves that the process not only gives quick, observable results, it is also a great moment to teach clients about the value of dental health and proactive care.
When Ashli is not working, she loves to spend time with her precious fur-baby, Pepe.