Dr. Diane Streiff and Kat Drogo
Dr. Diane Streiff in surgery
Dr. Diane Streiff was born in France, raised in Australia and moved to Texas where she went to Texas A&M University for her undergraduate degree. After 4 years in Aggieland she moved back to France to work as a surgery technician at an equine specialty/referral practice. She started veterinary school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical year at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Streiff graduated from veterinary school in 2018 with high honors.
Dr. Streiff spent her first couple of years after graduation as a general practice veterinarian in Texas. She then completed a rotating internship, consisting of one year rotating through Emergency, Neurology, Oncology, Surgery, and Internal Medicine in a specialist referral center, before going on to also complete a one year surgery specific internship in New York. Dr. Streiff then came to Montana as a surgical resident in Bozeman for a time, deciding against completing the program. Dr. Streiff joined Alpine Animal Clinic in Helena in March of 2023 and is excited to continue her focus on advanced surgery and emergency care. Her main interests are advanced soft tissue, oncology, ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery for both dogs and cats.
In her free time Dr. Streiff enjoys horseback riding, hiking and traveling. She has 2 cats, Catleesi and Kat Drogo, and her horse, Bannack.