Meet Our Veterinarians
Scott Hudspeth, BVSc
Dr. Scott, a Richmond Hill native, followed his father's footsteps and graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1997. He took over Richmond Hill Animal Hospital and Southside Hospital for Animals as practice owner when his dad, Patrick Hudspeth, retired. Dr. Scott has three sons and several dogs. He enjoys hunting and fishing. His veterinary interest lies in orthopedic surgery.
Karen Kane, DVM
Dr. Karen has graced Southside with her presence for over 40 years. She originally started as a kennel technician and has worked her way up since! Karen graduated from University of Georgia with her undergrad and then went on to get her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Her hobbies include kayaking and hanging out with her macaws, dogs, cats, and Frank. She is our go to surgeon for any soft tissue surgery.
Leslie Davidowski, DVM
Dr. Leslie has been with Southside since 2010. She attended Penn State as an undergrad and attended University of Illinois for veterinary school. Upon graduation, she went to Colorado State University for an exotic animal internship. She is married to her long time love Doug, and has four beautiful children! Dr. Leslie has a special interest in internal medicine and cytology.
Kate Steadley, DVM
Dr. Kate has been with Southside since 2016. She attended undergrad at Illinois State as a biology major. In 2011 she graduated from Ross University with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She then proceeded with a Rotating Small Animal Internship at Georgia Veterinary Specialists in Atlanta. She has been married to her husband Kenny since 2016, and has two beautiful daughters and two dogs. She enjoys renovating her home and gardening. Dr. Kate has a special interest in ultrasonography and ophthalmology.
Pamela Fandrich, DVM
Dr. Pam has lived in the Savannah area since she was 6 months old. Growing up in Richmond Hill, her love for horses led her to become a veterinarian. Dr. Pam graduated from Armstrong State College in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, then went on to the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating with her doctorate in 1990. Dr. Pam has practiced small animal medicine in Savannah ever since, except for a few years spent in South Korea working for the U.S. Army as a small animal veterinarian on two bases there. She became a certified veterinary acupuncturist in 2009 after completing study at The Chi Institute in Reddick, FL., and uses acupuncture as another tool to improve the lives of her patients. Dr. Pam loves spending time with her large family (including her dogs and cats), and doing anything outdoors.