Dr. Masie Custis, DVM
Dr. Masie Custis came to Harney County in 2006 after graduating from Kansas State University's (GO Wildcats!!!) College of Veterinary Medicine in Manhattan, Kansas. She was born and raised in Southwest New Mexico and is proud to be an alumnus of New Mexico State University (GO Aggies!!!!) in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Dr. Masie purchased Harney County Veterinary Clinic in June 2008 after working here as an associate veterinarian since graduation. Dr. Masie along with her husband, Ryan, and two daughters all work together to keep the clinic running smoothly. When not at the clinic, Dr. Masie enjoys helping with her girl's projects, working around the house, and spending time with her family. Dr. Masie's favorite animals are sheep and cats, but cattle have really grown on her.
Jeanette Dunlap - Head Veterinary Assistant
Jeanette has been with Harney County Veterinary Clinic since 1999 and has been a resident of Harney County off and on for 30 years. Jeanette has a way of calming even the most fractious of patients with her massages. She is very comfortable with both small and large animal handling and care. Jeanette’s favorite animals are cats and horses.
Kari Nelson - Customer Relations Manager
Kari is the newest team member to join us. She is a 2000 graduate of Burns High School and is a born and raised Harney County resident. Kari is likely the first face you will see when you come to the clinic. Kari has a kitty named Alexander the Great.
Emily Peasley - Inventory Manager
Emily started at Harney County Veterinary Clinic as a kennel assistant in August 2018. As a 2018 graduate of Burns High School, she has been a lifelong Harney County resident. She was promoted to the Inventory Manager position in January 2020. Emily is quickly learning the ropes of customer service. When not at the clinic, Emily enjoys spending time with her dog Koa.
Allyssah Hauff - Kennel Assistant
Allyssah joined Harney County Veterinary Clinic's team as a kennel assistant in February 2020. Allyssah is a new resident of Harney County. She is in the process of deciding if she wants to go to vet school or become a certified vet tech. Her favorite animal is the Australian Shepherd.
Winifred is Dr. Masie's long-haired, miniature dachshund. She can be found in "her" office lounging in the bean bag chair or riding along for outcalls. Winnie is always happy to assess a patient, greet a boarder, or just get a great belly rub.
Ellie and Sheldon
Ellie and Sheldon are our clinic "Scottish-fold" kitties. Ellie is the outgoing, social, tri-colored calico and Sheldon is her introverted grey and white brother (named after Sheldon from the show "The Big Bang Theory"). They were barn kitties who found us and now make themselves at home greeting clients and patients, keeping the large animal area clear of frogs and mice, and ensuring we all stay on their feeding and petting schedule.