Cheryl L. Nguyen, DVM
Dr. Nguyen is originally from Philippi, West Virginia. She graduated from West Virginia University Summa Cum-laude with her Bachelor’s degree in Animal and Veterinary Science in 2005. She then attended the University Of Georgia College Of Veterinary Medicine and graduated Cum-laude with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2009. She became an owner of Mountainview Veterinary Services June 1, 2010.Dr. Nguyen resides in Keyser, West Virginia with her husband Tony Nguyen and daughters, Kayla, Ellie, and Josie who were born in 2010, 2012, and 2014. She enjoys traveling, skiing, water sports, family and friends. Dr. Nguyen specializes in companion animal practice in our Keyser office.
Anna C. Smith, DVM
Dr. Smith is originally from Claxton, Georgia. She graduated from the University of Georgia Summa Cum-laude with her degree in Agricultural Science in 2006. She double majored in Avian Biology and Biological Science. She then attended the University Of Georgia College Of Veterinary Medicine and graduated Cum-laude with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2010. She became an owner of Mountainview Veterinary Services on June 1, 2010.
She married Isaiah J. Smith, DVM, and MFAM in 2007. They now reside in Keyser, West Virginia with their son, John Carson and five fur children: Jazzy, Maggie, Little Buddy, Benny, and Louie. Dr. Smith enjoys animal rescue, family, friends, and movies.
She specializes in our companion animal practice in both Keyser and Petersburg clinics.
Isaiah J. Smith, DVM
Dr. Smith is originally from Riverton, West Virginia. He attended Potomac State College and received his Associate’s degrees in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science. He graduated from West Virginia University Summa Cum-laude with his degree in Animal and Veterinary Science in 2005. He attended the University Of Georgia College Of Veterinary Medicine and graduated Cum-laude with his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2009. He received his Master’s Degree in Food Animal Health and Management from the University Of Georgia Department Of Population Health in 2010.
Dr. Smith became an owner of Mountainview Veterinary Services on June 1, 2010. He married Anna Smith, DVM in 2007. They reside in Keyser, West Virginia He enjoys farming as a hobby, improving his Angus cattle herd through artificial insemination, water skiing, and snow skiing.
Dr. Smith specializes in our large animal practice.
Gale Duncan, DVM
Dr. Duncan is originally from Eagle River, Alaska, where she was born and raised.
She graduated from Washington State University in 2010 with a BS in Animal Sciences and from the WSU Veterinary Medical School in 2014. She then completed an internship an an equine medical and surgical facility outside of Tampa, Florida before joining the Mountainview Veterinary team.
Dr. Duncan is committed to all aspects of continuing her education, starting with completing her internship (which is not required for equine veterinarians), and continuing with recently completing advanced training in acupuncture in 2017. She also became certified in Veterinary Spinal Medical Manipulation (very similar to chiropractic in people) in December 2017 and will finish her training in Chinese herbal medicine in 2018.
Dr. Duncan treats all species of animals but specializes in horses. Her areas of specific interest include TCVM, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Veterinary Spinal Medical Manipulation, equine lameness, dental care, preventative medicine, and colic. She currently lives near Keyser with her Great Dane and two cats.
Kathryn Storm, DVM
Dr. Storm grew up in Bethesda, Maryland. She attended the University of Vermont where she acquired a bachelor’s degree in animal science with a focus on Equine Science. After graduating in 2011, she worked at a large horse rescue in Maryland for several years where she received and utilized training in large animal rescue. She continued to expand her knowledge of equine health through unique experiences with rescues and the process of rehabilitation. This ignited her passion for a career as an equine veterinarian. Kathryn attended veterinary school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in the West Indies on the island of St. Kitts.
She finished her veterinary schooling at the University of Georgia. Dr. Storm focuses on equine and companion animal medicine. Her special interests include rescue and rehabilitation, colic resolution, and internal medicine. Dr. Storm currently resides in Frostburg, Maryland with her husband, three cats, three dogs, and a Senegal parrot. She enjoys spending her time with her family, mountain biking, and hiking.