Dr. Maura Connolly Anderson
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Maura Connolly Anderson DVM graduated veterinary school from Washington State University in 2003 Magna Cum Laude. She worked in mixed practice in Wyoming before settling in Teton Valley. Maura loves working on all types of animals. In addition to dogs, cats, horses, and cattle, Maura also enjoys camelids, goats, exotic pets, and any opportunity to help on wildlife projects. She has been part of the Victor Vet team since 2010. In the spring of 2017 Dr. Maura Connolly Anderson bought Victor Veterinary Hospital, continuing a legacy of professional work.

When not working on animals, Maura can usually be found in the mountains with her dogs Tyler the border heeler and Pika the mountain chihuahua as well as her two young children and husband Shane.

Chrissy Green
Certified Veterinary Technician

Chrissy came to us from the “Northwoods!” She grew up in a small town in northern Wisconsin (A LOT like Driggs!) She graduated from Madison Area Technical College with an Associates degree in Animal Science in May 2009.

Chrissy has been working at Victor Vet since June 2009. She, her husband, Josh, and their two young children, Ethan and Dylan, share their home with two dogs. Toby the Beagle and Grace the Golden Retriever.

In her spare time Chrissy enjoys horseback riding, camping and floating the river.

Karen Barnett
Front Office Manager

Karen spends most of her time managing our front desk with a little technician work on the side. She attributes her love of animal care with growing up in a home full of orphaned wild animals. She also trained and showed Arabian horses professionally for several years following college.

With a degree in Biology, Karen pursued a career in natural resources, starting with the Bridger-Teton National Forest and culminating with ten years as a regional biologist with the Bureau of Reclamation in Salt Lake City. There, she focused on recovery of sensitive and endangered species and riparian restoration research. Desiring to return to the Greater Yellowstone region and spend more time with her young son, she “retired” from her career and settled in Teton Valley in 2007.

Karen spends as much time as possible camping, paddling, berry picking, and botanizing with her son and anyone else they can drag along.

LeAnne Williams
Veterinary Technician

Originally from the Bitterroot Valley in Montana, LeAnne moved to Jackson Hole in 2012 after attending MSU for a degree in English Literature. After working various jobs for a few years, she decided to make caring for animals her career.

LeAnne graduated with honors from the Pima Medical Institute’s Veterinary Technician program in January of 2018 . She is a CVT working in both Idaho and Wyoming, and holds the position of Secretary for the Wyoming Veterinary Technician Association.

LeAnne’s passions in veterinary medicine include lab work, pharmacology, anesthesia and, of course, caring for her patients.

LeAnne lives in Victor, ID with her partner Jason and their two dogs Hank and Spey. In her free time she loves to tend to her vegetable garden, read books, hike, fish and ski.

Becky Hilditch
Front Desk

Becky Hilditch is our latest addition to the hospital and works at the front desk. She grew up in Catskill, NY (upstate) and always had horses, dogs, cats and a few cows here and there. She attended the University of Connecticut and received a B.S. in Early Childhood Education. The summer before her senior year, she was hired as a wrangler on a dude ranch in Dubois, WY and fell in love with the west! After a short stint in the bay area, she realized she was not a city girl and moved to Jackson, WY. She has been in the area for 15 years now, and lives in Driggs with her husband and their 2 children Ida and TJ.

When not at the hospital, you can usually find her in her leather shop where she also makes custom cowboy boots and other leather goods. She also stays busy with her horses “Jazz” and “Lil”, new puppy “Dandelion”, numerous chickens and a barn cat “Precious”.

Miranda Cook
Veterinary Assistant

Originally from Suring Wisconsin, Miranda went to college for a veterinary assistant. She moved to Wyoming in 2014 to do trail rides and training with horses. After a few years she moved to Idaho and has been working at the Victor Veterinary Hospital since August 2018.

Miranda lives in Victor ID with her two horses Bumper and Lakota and her dog Teka. In her free time she can be found riding her horses, hunting or snowmobiling in the mountains.

Destri Vias
Veterinary Assistant

Destri Vias joined the Victor Vet team in December 2018. She has lived in in Swan Valley Idaho all her life, and has grown up around horses, cows and anything of that nature. Destri now has 2 horses, a few cows, and a bird dog.

In the summers she also works for the Forest Service as a trail boss and a wildland firefighter.