Dr. Stacee Craig
Dr. Stacee Craig grew up in Powell, Wyoming on a small farm raising sheep, pigs and cattle for 4H and FFA. She completed her undergraduate education at Chadron State College in Chadron, Nebraska in May of 2012. During Dr. Craig’s time in Chadron she competed on the track and field team as a heptathlete. She qualified for the NCAA Division II national track meet 5 times during her career. She went on to graduate from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2016. She completed a one year internship in agriculture animal medicine and surgery from WSU CVM and spent the last two years working at a small animal practice in Spokane Valley, Washington.
Dr. Craig has special interests in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery and is always happy to see a Pitbull on her schedule. She also enjoys the challenges of dealing with allergies and plans to expand her knowledge of advanced imaging including radiology and ultrasonography in the future. She and her fiancé, Steve are excited to be welcomed to the Helena area. They love spending time outdoors hunting, fishing, hiking, snowmobiling and any other outdoor activity as well as playing competitive slow pitch softball in the spring and summer months. They bought a bass boat last spring and are excited to take it out on all the nearby lakes and rivers. They are kept busy by their three dogs and two cats as well as many nephews and nieces in Washington, Montana and Wyoming.