I was born and raised in southwest Louisiana and obtained a Bachelor of Sciences in Biology with a minor in French from Louisiana State University. While working toward my Bachelors' Degree, I devoted a significant amount of time to giving back to the community and the animals of Baton Rouge. I performed research and volunteered at a Baton Rouge animal shelter while continuing to work at a small animal practice. I graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. During vet school, I continued my contributions to the community by working closely with animal shelters and veterinary hospitals in Baton Rouge. Perhaps most significantly, in 2010, I was involved as a volunteer member of the cleanup crews dedicated to restoring the environment and animals to their natural state after the Gulf Coast Oil Spill. Upon graduation, I moved to Las Vegas where I have practiced veterinary medicine since. My passion for veterinary medicine stems from my own dog. During college, I adopted a young black Labrador named Colby who single handedly inspired me to become a veterinarian. He was even a groomsman in my wedding. In addition to Colby, I have a Miniature Pinscher named Tahoe. My professional interests include wound management, internal medicine, and dentistry. In my free time, I enjoy staying active by taking advantage of the countless outdoor activities in Nevada, Utah, and California. I enjoy hiking, backpacking, running, yoga, and traveling. Even though I now live more than 1,500 miles from Baton Rouge, I remain a die-hard fan of the LSU Tigers and New Orleans Saints. Locally, I enjoy going to Vegas Golden Knights games.
Dr. Morgan Daigle-Spaulding