Wesley Campbell, DVM, MS

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Wesley Campbell, DVM, MS

Board Certified in Oncology by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

As a board-certified oncology specialist, Dr. Wesley Campbell sees often how the bonds between pets and their families can grow stronger after a cancer diagnosis. She also knows this first-hand; her dog, Broadway, was diagnosed with cancer when Campbell was a veterinary student.

A Greenville, S.C, native, Dr. Campbell brings expertise and innovation in veterinary oncology to CARE. She specializes in the treatment of sarcomas, as well as lymphoma and leukemia. She speaks regularly at local and national veterinary meetings on small-animal oncology. She also utilizes novel therapeutics to treat cancer holistically.

Her goal: To provide the best care while maximizing her patients’ quality of life – just as she saw with Broadway. “I want to share the compassion, support and medical expertise with others that I experienced,” she says.


  • Bachelor of Science, Presbyterian College
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia
  • Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship, North Carolina State University
  • Masters of Science, Medical Oncology Residency, Auburn University
  • Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Oncology)


  • Special interests include the treatment of hemangiosarcoma, osteosarcoma and other sarcomas as well as lymphoma and leukemia.
    Has a particular interest in using Interventional Radiology to perform advanced, minimally invasive procedures.
  • Research published in Veterinary and Comparative Oncology.
  • An active advocate of continuing education, she has spoken on small-animal oncology topics such as mast cell tumors, leukemia, lymphoma, oral fibrosarcoma and other tumor types.


Two Australian Shepherds, Jake and Muggsy. Jake is a cancer survivor, now disease-free after a rare tumor was found on his leg several years ago. She also fosters pups for the Carolina Hearts Aussie Rescue group, and she typically has a foster “furbaby” to take gentle care of.

Recent Blog Posts from Dr. Campbell

The Relationship Between Spaying/Neutering and Cancer

Veterinarians can give you many reasons to spay or neuter your dog or cat: The procedure reduces aggression, lessens territorial behavior, cuts back on the desire to roam and the chance of being hit by a vehicle and – if your animal goes outside or gets loose –...

Vidium SearchLight DNA Tumor Testing: A Cancer Breakthrough

Just as cancer cells continually change in the ways they affect animals, veterinarians’ responses to the disease continually change, too. The new Vidium SearchLight DNA tumor testing is one of the most accurate and powerful tools vets have for evaluating cancer in...

Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets

Responsible pet owners know young and adult animals need a yearly checkup by a veterinarian. They may also realize senior pets should see a vet twice a year. But owners can’t depend only on checkups to catch problems: They need to look for changes in pets’ bodies and...

Veterinary Oncology: Hope Through Cancer Survivors

I often get asked why I practice Oncology and how I do what I do day after day. There are many reasons I’m passionate about Veterinary Oncology, but three really stand out. First and foremost, I’m often able to preserve a cancer patients’ quality of life for longer...

Knowledge is Power: Spotting Signs of Possible Cancer

We all cringe at the thought of our precious fur babies being sick, but being educated is key to keeping our pets as healthy as possible. Believe it or not, our pets are susceptible to the same types of cancers as humans, but they can metastasize at a much faster...