Dr. Catherine Stecyk was born and raised in Massachusetts and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Tufts University. She then completed her small animal rotating internship at The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center and her small animal surgery residency at Tufts University. Catherine is competent in a variety of procedures, including abdominal and thoracic surgery, orthopedics, and neurologic surgery.
Outside of work, she enjoys exercising, sewing, hiking the 4000-footers of NH and exploring new places with her boyfriend and her Great Dane mix, Raine. Catherine loves to help pets and their owners by taking time to explain complex surgical procedures and by providing compassionate care.
- Conservative management of sacroiliac luxation in 17 dogs: Radiographic changes and long-term owner follow-up, Canadian Veterinary Journal, 2021 March. Read Article
- Gastrointestinal signs and a need for nutritional management may persist long term in dogs and cats undergoing resection of the ileocolic junction: 35 cases (2008-2020), Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2022 October 3. Read Article