Dr. Kaycee Stagner has been crazy about animals for as long as she can remember. Kaycee was raised in beautiful Craig, Colorado, where she spent most of her childhood preparing her next 4-H project for fair or helping her dad keep hunters in the saddle with their outfitting business. Kaycee was an active member of 4-H and FFA, where her favorite projects included raising pigs and showing horses. Kaycee spent many summers working for a veterinary clinic in Craig, which further enriched her passion and future in veterinary medicine.
Although Colorado was home, Kaycee realized what superior opportunities Wyoming had to offer, and attended the University of Wyoming for her undergraduate degree. Kaycee graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal and Veterinary Science, and went on to pursue her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Oklahoma State University. Once a cowboy always a cowboy! Or cowgirl, should we say. Kaycee’s professional interests include bovine herd health and reproduction, swine production, small animal internal medicine and surgery in all species.
When Kaycee isn’t busy with her veterinary endeavors, she loves to hit the trail with her horses and her dog Annie, or swing a few loops in the roping arena. Kaycee also enjoys reading a good book, attending a good sermon, and enjoying good times with good people. She loves to travel and particularly enjoys visiting Disney World with her family.