Student Success: Vaughn Fish
Vaughn Fish (’17 DVM), a third year veterinary student at Washington State University, is interested in mixed animal medicine with an emphasis in equine medicine and food animal production. Vaughn received his bachelor of science degree from Arizona State University, majoring in agriculture business. Originally from the state of Arizona, Vaughn began his career in agriculture research, farming cotton in Arizona for a seed production company. Following his passion for animal medicine, Vaughn then decided to apply to veterinary school. At WSU, Vaughn is the president of the Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. Vaughn also represents WSU for the Student American Veterinary Medical Association, serving as their senior delegate. Vaughn works in the veterinary anatomy laboratory building and makes specimens for students to use to study and learn the anatomy of dogs, horses, and cows. He even helped build a full-sized camel skeleton. When Vaughn graduates in May of 2017 he plans on going into mixed practice and someday owning several clinics. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Allison, and their son, Kyson. He also enjoys outdoor activities and sporting events, including hunting, fishing, rodeo, baseball, football, and woodworking.