Fort Mill

Holistic Veterinarian

Ryn-Marlowe-DVM

Dr. Ryn Marlowe

Ryn Marlowe, DVM was born and raised in Charlotte. She graduated from North Carolina College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. Dr. Marlowe has been practicing veterinary medicine since. Five years ago she became frustrated that she was running out of tools to manage chronic pain and neurological disease in her own dog and her patients. This led her to pursue advanced training in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her training further fueled her interest in holistic medicine and alternative therapies. The ability to achieve results with so many different modalities and options brings joy and passion to her medical practice. Dr. Ryn Marlowe’s household is currently run by a spunky pampered Pomeranian, a sweet elderly tripod hound mix, a goofy bouncing Boston Terrier, and six spoiled rotten chickens.

When she is not helping animals she enjoys reading, gardening, spending time outdoors, traveling, raising hens, and enjoying quality time with her friends and family. Traveling is Dr. Marlowe’s special passion. She has used her interest in travel for further her veterinary experience through volunteering her veterinary services in India and Romania. Dr. Ryn Marlowe considers veterinary medicine to be a field fueled by passion. Her greatest desire is to help families and their pets experience a higher quality of life.


Dr. Amy Lin

Amy Lin, DVM was born and raised in sunny south Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida with her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science, Nova Southeastern University with her graduate degree in Marine Biology, and then Virginia Tech with her doctorate degree in veterinary medicine. Dr. Lin has a strong interest in integrative medicine, dermatology, internal medicine, pain management, nutrition, and much more.

Dr. Lin’s interest in integrative medicine was sparked when her own dogs were diagnosed with chronic and life-threatening illnesses that she successfully sought complementary therapies and treatments for that improved and extended their quality of life.

In her free time, Dr. Lin loves taking her two rescue dogs on hikes on the greenways with her growing family, practicing yoga, traveling, scuba diving, and healthy cooking.


Dr. Kimberly Josey

Dr. Kimberly Josey has lived in the Charlotte area since 2000. She is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill and attended chiropractic school at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, MO. She received her animal chiropractic training from Options for Animals and maintains a certification from the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. She spent her teen and college years horse showing as a member of the NCHJA, SCHJA and NCDCTA. In addition to horses, Dr. Josey has spent her entire life around small animals and has a huge love for canines…large or small. In her spare time, she enjoys watching her teens on the marching band field or at horse shows. She also enjoys reading and relaxing at home with her family.


Dr. Tamara Rattray

Dr. Tamara Rattray grew up in an Air Force family and was fortunate to have travelled much of the US and Europe as a child during her frequent relocations. She graduated from Winthrop University with a BS in Biology and went on to graduate from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Since her graduation she has chosen to work with many integrative veterinarians in the Charlotte area and has seen the value in continuing to approach the health of her pets and her patients holistically. Her areas of interest include geriatric care, dermatology, and preventative care. Her household is currently run by her senior dog and cat and her two new young feline additions.

In her spare time, Dr. Rattray loves traveling, cooking at home, and exploring interesting new foods and restaurants during her travels. When she is staying local, she loves taking her dog to the lake and exploring hiking trails in the area unless she is trapped under a cat.


Kelsey Jackson – Practice Manager

Kelsey started working in the veterinary field when she was only 15 years old. She sets her expectations high to be the best at what she does. She strives to give every pet compassionate and equal care by treating them as if they are her own. Client care is Kelsey’s passion, and she always takes into consideration clients’ goals and needs for their pets. In her free time, she enjoys knitting, crocheting, and family time with her two children, husband, and corgi.