large animalsDr. Sherrie Nash received a Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech. She received a Master’s degree in Anatomy and Physiology and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University. She practiced mixed animal medicine for two years in Kansas before moving to Harlowton in 1992. Dr. Nash continues mixed animal practice with a special emphasis on small animals. In 2002, Dr. Nash joined the National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) to work in federal emergencies and disasters. Dr. Nash worked for the state of Montana as a Trichomonas Field Veterinarian for 7 years. She is a Past President of the Montana Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA). Currently, Dr. Nash is a member of the United States Animal Health Association for the MVMA and keeps the association current on Brucellosis, Tuberculosis, and also attends various other committees. In her spare time, Dr. Nash quilts, enjoys her pets, and continues to travel for training, education, and fun.


Justine spent most of her childhood on Montana ranches, collecting as many pets as she could get a hold of. She owned horses, rabbits, lambs, calves, fish, cats, dogs, rodents, birds, and even an iguana. Justine moved to Harlowton with her family and has been in the Harlowton area for over 10 years. She is married to a Shawmut cattle rancher and has three children. This fall two of her children will be attending school in Harlowton. Justine is currently working on her Vet. Tech degree and hopes to graduate the fall of 2019!