Cheyenne was born and grew up in Tarpon Springs with a revolving door of stray cats, adopted dogs, hermit crabs, fish, and hamsters. As a child, she wanted to be a veterinarian and she even practiced the art, putting casts on her sister and dolls. Later, though, she attended Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design, earning a degree in interior design. She’s currently back in school, pursuing her CVT.
Her work in the veterinary field began in the nonprofit and animal welfare sectors. She served as an admissions tech for the Humane Society for three years, eventually getting promoted to executive assistant. Prior to joining our team, she worked at a veterinary hospital in Seminole. Her special interests include ophthalmology, oncology, and surgery.
She lives with her husband of eight years and three rescue cats—Chanel, Paloma, and Mabel—and two rescue pitbull mixes, Midna and Yuna. She enjoys traveling, kayaking, hiking, and shopping. She’s also a fan of trashy reality TV and is an amateur photographer. In her “free” time, she runs her own business, Canyon Wilde Photography.