Megan M. Kelley, DVM, CVA (IVAS), CVSMT, FCoAC

Dr. Megan Kelley was raised in Cashmere, where she learned to swim in the Cashmere pool and went to Vale Elementary. Growing up in Cashmere and the surrounding areas instilled in Megan an appreciation and respect for the outdoors, a passion for the arts, and a deep love for animals that evolved into a career in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Kelley knew she wanted to be a veterinarian at a young age, which fueled her desire to excel and persevere. As one of the first Running Start students in the Wenatchee Valley, she graduated with her Associates of Science from Wenatchee Valley College at the time of her high school graduation. Megan went on to graduate from Washington State University in 2001, majoring in Zoology with an emphasis in Veterinary Medicine, was the youngest college graduate to start the Veterinary Medicine Program at WSU in 2001, and graduated from WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.

Dr. Kelley has enjoyed a varied and distinguished professional career. She has worked in Wenatchee, both at Countryside Small Animal Veterinary Clinic and at the Animal Hospital of Wenatchee, and has also worked in specialty veterinary clinics in both Florida and Washington State as an emergency clinician for over 10 years. During her time in general practice, Dr. Kelley has learned to successfully integrate the use of both Holistic Medical Treatments (such as acupuncture and herbal therapy) with Conventional Medicine, in order to provide the highest level of care to her patients. Throughout her extensive career, Dr. Kelley has found the use of integrative medicine to be the most natural and effective way to care for animals in both theory and practice.

Dr. Kelley was certified in veterinary acupuncture in 2011 through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), and in 2017, she became certified in veterinary spinal manipulation therapy (CVSMT), also known as veterinary chiropractics.

An involved community member, Dr. Kelley is a part of the cello section in the Wenatchee Valley Symphony, writes a monthly column for the Wenatchee World, and is a proud member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA), the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture (AAVA), is a Fellow of the College of Animal Chiropractors, and Wenatchee Valley Humane Society’s 2019 Humanitarian of the Year.

Bailey Davis

Baily has been on our team from the very beginning! Not only is she a joy to work with, she is confident and capable and has mastered the positions of Veterinary Assistant and Client Care Coordinator. She is now our Practice Manager and is the glue that helps hold all of the day-to-day tasks and inventory together. She is key to managing the details that help keep our business operations running smoothly. She manages our online Vet Store as well as various rehab services for our clients. It helps that she has a ready smile and easy-going nature!

She spent her younger years traveling with her family between California and Washington. She was glad when they decided to stay in the Wenatchee Valley, where she received her education. She has always loved studying science and apparently started bringing stray cats home in her early teens! She loves the outdoors and feels blessed to live is such a beautiful environment.

What she says about being on our team: I am so grateful to have this opportunity to grow and advance in my career here at the Cashmere Veterinary Clinic. We are a family, we work hard, laugh, cry and sometimes challenge each other, but we grow together. Dr. Kelley appreciates us, supports us, and helps us trust each other.

Candi Bray

Candi comes to her Veterinary Assistant position having been in the field for several years. She is no stranger to the workings of a Vet Clinic, having been in a variety of positions in her former employment. She brings an array of skills to her position and is eager to learn!

Candi grew up on a farm in Maple Valley and loves animals. She moved to Colville for high school and college. Every job she has ever had has been centered around caring for animals. Candi sees herself a “helper”, someone who loves to be given a task, then sees it through to completion with proficiency and pride.

Here is a little-known fact – Candi is a graduate of the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute! You may even get her to give you a few tips on keeping your “Hog” healthy!

What she says about being a member of our team: I love being part of this fun team! Everyone has such a positive attitude! I’m excited to be part of the natural, holistic approach to animal care. It is clear that Dr. Kelley offers expertise and treatments that are not found in other clinics. She values relationships and spends quality time with our clients.

Gabbie Cope – CVC

Gabbie joined our team in the spring of 2021 as one of our valued Veterinary Assistants. She is a pleasure to work with and brings skill and knowledge to our team. She has a special ability to connect to animals helping them feel safe and cared for.

Gabbie grew up in Wenatchee. In high school her favorite classes were Biology and Science. She is currently attending Wenatchee Valley College and hopes to attend Washington State University to pursue a degree in Veterinary Medicine.

She bonded with animals at a very early age and has a special love for exotic animals. Her goal is to be able to someday travel the world working with animals of every sort!

What she says about being on our team: I love to be with all of these amazing animals and getting to bond with them. I also love working with the amazing staff who are very welcoming!