Dr. Mariah Young earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University. She got her Bachelors in Animal Science at Montana State University with a degree from the Honors College and a double minor in Hispanic Studies and Latin America and Latino Studies.
Dr. Young is a Montana girl with a lifelong passion for working with cows and horses, as well as the beloved cats and dogs. She decided to be a vet at the age of 6 after getting involved with cattle on her family’s farm and falling in love with the ability to make a difference. She is a member of the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association, Inland Empire Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners.
She has an Australian Kelpie named Dilly who has the prettiest sky-blue eyes and loves to learn new tricks. Dilly is fondly known as the station dog of the Colfax Fire Department. Dr. Young is fluent in Spanish and loves to travel. She volunteered in a vet clinic in Peru during her undergrad, studied abroad in Spain, and has visited 12 different countries. She is currently a volunteer firefighter/EMT for Spokane County Fire District 3. She loves spending time in God’s creation. Recently, she is involved with rock climbing, hiking, exploring national parks, snowboarding, mountain biking, running half marathons, and white-water rafting. She also enjoys reading, baking, training her dog, and cleaning.
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