About Wasatch Veterinary Large Animal
We are a dedicated team of veterinarians and technicians that come to your home or farm and treat your animals in their own environment.
Dr. Tracy Wright
Dr Tracy Wright grew up in England but moved to the USA following completion of her BSC (Hons) in Genetics and PhD in Molecular Biology. Following several years in New Mexico and Utah doing research into the genetics of human disease, she returned home to complete her Veterinary Degree in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Following graduation she began practicing as a mixed practice vet in Riverton, enjoying the varied aspects of horses, alpacas, goats, sheep as well as cats and dogs. She then moved and split her time between being a large animal vet at Mountain Horse Medical Center, Park City and a small animal vet at Hunter Animal Hospital, West Valley City. Subsequently she reunited with Dr Kohne joining Wasatch Veterinary in May 2011. She covers an area that extends north to Ogden, west to West Valley and up to the Park City area seeing large animals and our owners companion animals.
When she isn’t working, Dr. Wright enjoys travelling to far and wide venues and hopes to return to some of them doing volunteer veterinary work. Closer to home, she enjoys hiking, running, skiing and camping. She shares her life with her partner, Marty, and their cat, G.
Dr. Cate Dolan
Dr. Cate Dolan grew up on a hobby farm in semi-rural Oregon with a small menagerie of animals and a love of nature. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from Yale University in Connecticut, Dr. Dolan returned to the Pacific Northwest, where she worked for a few years at both a chemistry laboratory and a horse barn before completing her veterinary degree at Oregon State University.
Dr. Dolan has practiced small animal medicine in the Salt Lake Valley, and also has a solid foundation working with large animals, including horses, goats, sheep, llamas, alpacas, and a few dairy cattle herds. She has experience with a wide variety of equine disciplines, including combined driving, dressage, jumping, 4-H and open shows, and trail riding. Additionally, Dr. Dolan is certified in veterinary acupuncture, and is currently working toward certification in veterinary Chinese herbalism. She is also a proficient Spanish speaker.
When not working with animals, Dr. Dolan can often be found enjoying the great outdoors as an avid rock climber, backcountry skier, and trail runner/hiker. She also loves experimenting in the kitchen, gardening, and playing underwater hockey (yes, that’s a real sport!). She moved to Utah with her husband a few years ago, and they have been enjoying life on the beautiful Wasatch Front ever since.
Dr. Dolan is excited to be joining Wasatch Veterinary and utilizing her large animal skills to help clients across the valley.
Courtney Ann Canterbury was born in Las Vegas, Nevada. She grew up with three Chow Chow dogs and several cats, including foster cats and kittens. She began taking horse riding lessons at age seven in Henderson, Nevada. At age 10, her family packed up and moved to Dammeron Valley, Utah. Shortly after the move her parents bought her her first horse and their small “farm” began, eventually adopting goats, chickens, several horses and ponies, three dogs and at any one time 10 cats. She graduated Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts with an emphasis in Music and English and awards in dance and film. At age 19 she met her husband Derrick and were inseparable. Shortly after they were married they had their daughter Kennedy. In 2015 Courtney and her new family relocated to Sandy, Utah and a couple years later Courtney began work at a rescue farm as the manager. As the manager of a rescue that rescues abused and neglected farm animals, she spent time working with and caring for many farm animals, including cows, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, alpacas, donkeys, ponies, a geep (half goat half sheep) and even an Emu. Courtney adopted Misty Rose, a rescue mustang (pictured above) from the rescue. Of all the horses Courtney has had the privilege to work with and own Misty has taught her the most. Through the rescue Courtney met Dr Tracy and Dr Cate and is incredibly honored and excited to be joining the team.
In her spare time Courtney loves to ride Misty, go fishing and camping, go on road trips, spend time with her family and antique shopping on the weekends
Syd Werner is a Salt Lake City native that graduated from the University of Utah in 2017 with a bachelor's degree in biology. She splits her work time between a human molecular biology lab, an emergency/specialty small animal clinic and Wasatch Veterinary.
Syd’s main areas of interest in veterinary medicine are clinical pathology, diagnostics, animal behavior as well as client care and communication.
When Syd is not working she likes to garden, hike, travel and bake.