Charley Haskin, CVT grew up on the central coast of California in a small town called Carmel Valley (Car-Mel not Caramel). While in California, she competed in high school and college rodeos competing in goat tying, breakaway roping, team roping, and barrels. After a year of college in northern CA, Charley moved to Colorado in 2013 to pursue her love for veterinary medicine, after Graduating Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology with her AAS in 2016 she had plans of moving back to her family in California, plans changed (as they often do) and she decided to stay in Colorado. Charley is now living in Ault with her husband Alex their black labs Cash and Tulsa, and their horses Poncho and Paint. When Charley is not working, she enjoys floating the Poudre river, going to breweries, riding the horses in the mountains, and flying out to CA to spend time with her family.