Meet Our Team
Owner, DVM, cVMA
The owner of Town & Country Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Stacey Wallach, grew up in Albany, NY. Throughout her life, she has always loved animals and medicine and realized from a young age that her calling was to be a veterinarian. She is glad to be able to care for animals and strengthen the lifelong relationship our clients have with their pets.
Dr. Wallach attended Pennsylvania State University and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Bioscience in 1999. She continued her veterinary education at the University of Missouri-Columbia, College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating magna cum laude in 2003. Dr. Wallach’s special interests include surgery, acupuncture, dermatology and providing a fear-free practice for her patients.
Dr. Wallach has been a contributing veterinarian for KSDK News Channel 5 and The McGraw Show on KTRS to help educate viewers on animal-related topics. To view some of these informative segments, visit our Facebook Page. Additionally, she serves as the consulting veterinarian (Dr. Aarff) for a national website, www.aarff.com.
Dr. Wallach is married to Josh Wallach and together they are parents to Gabriel, Vivian and Benjamin. Even with her busy practice, Dr. Wallach finds time for traveling and dining out. She also enjoys doing philanthropy work as a member of the Jewish Federations Women’s Philanthropy Board, being an advisor on the board for Gateway Pet Guardians Rescue and staying involved with the Arthritis Foundation. Most of all she loves spending time with her family.
Dr. Cara Cosgrove joined Town and Country Veterinary Hospital in 2021. She is originally from St. Louis and grew up in Chesterfield. After graduating from University of Missouri, she went on to earn her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed her clinical training at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine before graduating in 2013. Prior to joining the team, she worked both as an emergency veterinarian at a specialty hospital and in general practice in the St. Louis area.
Dr. Cosgrove realized from a young age that her calling was to become a veterinarian and she has worked in veterinary hospitals since high school. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Missouri Veterinary Medical Association, and the St. Louis Veterinary Medical Association. She is a Certified Fear Free Practitioner and was a finalist for best veterinarian in the 2020 St. Louis Magazine A-List Awards. Her professional areas of interest include client education, ultrasonography, pain management and emergency medicine. As a veterinarian, her goal is to ensure your pets live long and healthy lives, and to provide lifelong compassionate care for them.
Outside of the profession, Dr. Cosgrove shares her life with her husband Pete and her two young children. She enjoys spending time outdoors, running, brunching, traveling, and cheering for St. Louis sports teams and the Missouri Tigers!
Dr. Kelley Molitor is passionate about the art and science of veterinary medicine and the human-animal bond. Her goal is to provide the highest level of veterinary care in a compassionate and gentle manner. Dr. Molitor has been providing health care to St. Louis area pets since 2008 and joined Town & Country Veterinary Hospital in early 2014.
Dr. Molitor’s focus is on feline and canine preventive care. Her other professional areas of interest include dentistry, internal medicine, pain management, geriatric medicine, and behavioral health.
When she was just 8 years old, Dr. Molitor knew she wanted to become a veterinarian, and she has remained committed to her love of animals ever since. Dr. Molitor completed her undergraduate studies in Animal Science as a Pre-Veterinary Medicine Scholar at the University of Missouri-Columbia where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.
Dr. Molitor enjoys involvement in organized veterinary medicine as an active member of the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Feline Practitioners and the Greater St. Louis Veterinary Medical Association. Additionally, she regularly attends continuing education seminars and enjoys learning and maintaining the most current veterinary medical knowledge.
Dr. Molitor resides in West County with her husband, Adam, two cats, Joey and Benny, and two Westies, Bailey and Gus. When she is not at the hospital, Dr. Molitor enjoys cycling with her husband, exploring snorkeling destinations, and sharing home-cooked meals with her extended family. She also finds time to volunteer with various organizations in our community.
Dr. Dave Nichols is originally from the St. Louis area and received his undergraduate degree in biology at the University of Missouri, Columbia. He went on and received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. Matthew’s University and completed his clinical rotation at North Carolina State University. During his time at St. Matthew’s, he volunteered with the Grand Cayman Department of Environment in researching and releasing green sea turtles.
He moved back home to St. Louis in 2011. Prior to joining the Town and Country family, he practiced emergency medicine at a specialty hospital with over 10 years of experience. His goals are to provide the highest standard of care and foster healthy choices for his patient’s needs.
He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association, and the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. His professional areas of interest include surgery, internal medicine, ultrasonography, and emergency medicine.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Nichols enjoys scuba diving, nature and wildlife photography, backpacking through national parks, and spending time at home with his wife Julie, two young children, and dog Cookie Jar.
RVT and Office Manager
Chrissy Latzke has been a Registered Veterinary Technician since 2004 and has been working in animal medicine since 2001. Chrissy joined the Town and Country Veterinary Hospital family in August of 2012.
She is a proud mom to her four-legged children – Tyrone and Gertrude – and her two-legged children – Cameron and Audrey. Away from work, Chrissy likes to cook, bake and watch sports with her husband, Jeff, as well as spend time with her family and friends.
Registered Veterinary Technician
Jenna has been in the veterinary field since 1999. She started as a kennel attendant and has moved her way to becoming a registered veterinary technician in 2008. In her time off Jenna can be found spending time with her family. Together for 17 years, married for seven, Jenna and her husband Brandon have a fun, loving three-year-old daughter named Brenna. She’s also the proud mom of Mani and Huey. Special fact is Jenna has an identical twin sister and they’ve both been vegetarians for 20 years.
Registered Veterinary Technician
Stephanie is a graduate of Jefferson College's Veterinary Technology Program and has been a Registered Veterinary Technician since 2013. At a young age, she knew she wanted to work with animals and got her foot in the door at a local animal shelter. After 12 years there, she pursued her dream of becoming a veterinary technician.
She and her husband, Jon, have three cats: Rabbit, The Dude, and Waldo as well as numerous aquarium fish. In her free time she loves to bake, sew, and work with her newest hobby: orchids!
Heather Wagner has been working in the animal care field since 2007. She is excited to be working with the staff at Town & Country Veterinary Hospital. Heather is a mom to her four-legged children Charlie, Ramone, Louis and Bobbie. She is also the proud mom of daughters Alana and Lillian.
In her spare time Heather loves going on walks and playing at parks with her girls. Also, she likes to watch sports and go to the games with her husband Ron. Go Blues!
Valerie Bradshaw has been working in the animal care field since 2000. She became a Certified Veterinary Assistant in June 2001 from Midwest Institute for Medical Assistants. Valerie joined the Town and Country Veterinary Hospital staff in August 2014.
When Valerie isn’t working, she is busy taking care of her 3 children and a house full of pets including 3 dogs, 2 cats and 2 aquariums. Her family enjoys time outdoors, swimming and other sports, arts and crafts, and spending time with their friends.
Valerie loves working as a veterinary assistant because she works alongside others who share her compassion for the health and well-being of pets. She couldn’t imagine having any other job and enjoys being at work.
Ray Tyler has been a Veterinary Assistant at TCVH since August 2021 but started her career in veterinary medicine in 2015. She has a 5-year-old daughter named Kira and three fur children. Geno is an American Bulldog mix, Kimchi, a feisty dilute tortie and Jia, the shy but lovable black cat. In her free time, Ray enjoys going on nature walks and painting. She is also on her way to becoming fluent in Japanese.
Client Care Manager
Ashley has been working in the animal care field since 2015 with a few additional years under her belt as a teenager. Ashley‘s main passion is helping clients and their pets. She always wants clients to feel heard and strives to give them the best veterinary experience possible.
She recently just got married. In her spare time she enjoys watching movies, fostering for a local pet rescue and spending time with her little zoo. She and her wife have four cats Cheddar B, Mikhai, Buttcheeks and Flower and her mexican hairless/german shepherd mix, Luna.
Angelica Di Masi has just started in the animal care field in 2021. She is excited to be working with the staff at Town & Country Veterinary Hospital. Angelica has experience in snake husbandry and reptile care.
In her spare time Angelica loves to read novels and coming up with tasty craft cocktail recipes. She also enjoys watching sci-fi movies and anime with her boyfriend and son on the weekends.