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Andria Massie, MA, MAT

Our Staff

Dr. Keaton Massie

Dr. Keaton Massie, DVM

 

Dr. Massie dreamt of becoming a veterinarian as a child and has served in the veterinary profession for over 20 years. After completing his bachelor's degree at Washington State University, Dr. Massie worked as a mechanic, alligator wrestler, and zookeeper. He then joined the Army and worked as a veterinary technician in Italy and Germany while managing a veterinary  clinic there. 

 

Following his active duty commitment, he obtained his DVM from Ross University in St. Kitts where he conducted research on small ruminant reproduction and leptospirosis in donkeys. During school he collected hundreds of hours of experience externing at large and small animal clinics; one of which was Elgin Equine in Texas, where Dr. Massie focused on post foaling care, lameness, podiatry, surgery, and emergency equine medicine. 

 

Most recently, Dr. Massie was an ER vet at SOVSC, where he helped save the lives of countless companion animals. His career goal at Massie Veterinary Services is to serve horses, livestock and pets holistically, and combine the true art of horsemanship with the science of veterinary medicine. 

Andria Massie, MA, MAT

 

Andria has been in the equine industry for over 30 years. She manages the practice, teaches clinics, and provides integrated equine therapies for our patients including osteopathic manipulation, sports medicine and rehab, herbalism, homeopathy, bodywork, fascia release and nutrition consultations.

 

Continuing the traditions of her grandfathers, Andria began starting colts at the age of 12 and founded her business, A2Equine. She continued starting colts and working with troubled horses for the public throughout high school and for her college Animal Science program.  Andria is a student of classical horsemanship and studied with masters in reining,  dressage and bridle horse disciplines. She has been a riding instructor, coached 4-H groups and Pony Club, served on the Ohio REINS program and has been an educator in the equine sector.

 

Andria has worked with all different breeds and disciplines, but her current love is training Spanish Mustangs. She no longer trains for the public but is always happy to share her knowledge with our clients.