Dr. Jennifer Cashman
Dr. Cashman was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada but has been enjoying the wonders of southwestern Montana for her whole life through her family's McAllister ranch. After graduating high school in Las Vegas, she made her first move to Montana by attending Montana State University and discovering her love of animals there in the pre-veterinary program and horse training classes. To further her animal knowledge she transferred to Colorado State University and graduated from there with BS in Equine Sciences in 1993 and subsequently her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.
Dr. Cashman had her first child during veterinary school and then continued to have 3 more after her move back to Montana wile trying to build a veterinary practice in Madison Valley. Although her children and veterinary practice take up much of her time, Dr. Cashman always tries to fit in time for hikes, snowboarding, bowling, running with The Bitch and Wine Running Club, sporting clay shooting, loving her horses even if she doesn't ride as often, and building an aquatic center in the Madison Valley. She also enjoys the love of her three jack russell crosses and Portuguese water dog numerous times every day!
Veterinary Technician / Groomer
Stacy is from Kilgore, TX. She moved to Montana in 2005 to attend Montana State University. Stacy has been grooming professionally since 2006 and joined Meadow Creek Vet Clinic in 2010. She enjoys spending time out doors, hiking, and horseback riding. Her pets include dogs, cats, horses, chickens and a turtle.
She would love to pamper your pet at The Spa of Stacy! so bring 'em on in.
Eli Olind, CVT
Certified Veterinary Technician
Eli was born and raised in Whitehall, Montana and is a 4th generation Montanan. He attended Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington Wyoming receiving a degree in Veterinary Technology in 2010. While attending EWC he also compete in the colleges rodeo team. Eli has been a Certified Veterinary Technician in the state of Montana since 2011. He is the current president of the Big Sky Veterinary Technician Association and works on advancing the profession of Veterinary Technology in the state of Montana. Eli also assists with teaching labs at Pima Medical Institutes Veterinary Technician program located in Dillon, Montana where he gets to help students improve on their skills and knowledge. Eli's interests are in mixed animal medicine. When not at work, doing BSVTA duties, or teaching Eli will be found out with his dogs and horses doing anything from riding up in the mountains to traveling the rodeo road competing.