Welcome Dr. Jenna Moline

MVS is excited to announce our new associate, Dr. Jenna Moline, is on the job! She’s heading up Team Dixie and we’re delighted to have her as part of the team. Learn more about Dr. Moline below, and be sure to say hi if you see her.

I am a Wyoming native that grew up in Sundance on the outskirts of the Black Hills.  Growing up on a cattle ranch, horses were both an instrument for getting work done, but also provided an outlet that took me beyond the confines of the ranch through 4-H, FFA, and rodeo.  Being unable to decide between two diverse pasions, after high school I initially studied both music (piano and voice) and pre-veterinary studies at the University of Idaho (Moscow).  During the summers of my undergraduate studies I was fortunate to spend three years in Sitka, Alaska where I continued to develop my love for all things outdoors.  Following graduation with a music theory and applied music degree in 2007, I was given the opportunity to move to New York City where I worked as an operations administrator for an asset management company for three years.  Coming home to Wyoming got a little more difficult each time, eventually leading me to return to that initial passion of veterinary medicine.

Returning to Wyoming, I obtained a second Bachelors in pre-veterinary studies and then completed a Masters in Animal Science with an emphasis in nutrition.  The next step was veterinary school at Washington State University (Pullman).  By the end of my first semester, I knew I wanted to be an equine veterinarian.  Unfortunately, at the beginning of my fourth year of veterinary school, my mother was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease).  My plan to become an equine veterinarian took a backseat so I could move home to be with my mother.  After my mother passed I returned to the idea of being an equine-only veterinarian.  Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Kentucky had an opening for an ambulatory veterinary internship so I traded mixed animal practice and the mountains of Wyoming for an equine-only career in the bluegrass.  During my time as an associate with Hagyard, I developed a deeper interest in equine dentistry and sports horse medicine.  Being surrounded by green grass and horses was amazing, but eventually the call of the west became too great and I returned back to the Rockies.  Prior to joining Mobile Veterinary Services, I spent two years in Montana working both as an ambulatory and in-clinic general practitioner.

You will often find me accompanied by a canine companion and a cup of coffee.  When not working, I enjoy being outdoors as much as possible, whether hiking, having a fire in the backyard, or attending outdoor music venues.  I am looking forward to being back in a metropolitan area where I can attend baseball games, broadway shows, and make it up to Laramie for some football games (Go Pokes!).  I look forward to meeting you and your horses and am thrilled to work with such an amazing team as Mobile Veterinary Services!

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