Dr. Dockweiler graduated from Kansas State University with honors in 2014 and completed a one-year small animal rotating internship at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital in 2015. She recently completed her theriogenology residency at Cornell University and received her board-certification in 2017. Dr. Dockweiler started the theriogenology service at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital in 2017.
- The effect of timing of oral meloxicam administration on physiological responses in calves after cautery dehorning with local anesthesia, Journal of Dairy Science, Read Article
- A study to compare circulating flunixin, meloxicam and gabapentin concentrations with prostaglandin E₂ levels in calves undergoing dehorning, Research In Veterinary Science, Read Article
- The pharmacokinetics and effects of meloxicam, gabapentin, and flunixin in postweaning dairy calves following dehorning with local anesthesia, Reproduction in Domestic Animals, Read Article
- Perineal laceration following obstructive dystocia in a bitch, Clinical Theriogenology, Read Article
- Tumor collision of uterine adenocarcinoma and leiomyosarcoma in a goat, Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, Read Article
- Pyometra and unilateral uterine horn torsion in a sheep, Reproduction In Domestic Animals, Read Article
- Efficacy and outcome of foaling augmented with oxytocin using mammary calcium and pH criteria to guide the timing of augmentation, Animal Reproductive Science, Read Article
- Bilateral granulosa cell tumor in a cycling mare, Canadian Veterinary Journal, Read Article
- Effects of flunixin meglumine on postponement of ovulation in mares, American Journal of Veterinary Research, Read Article
In her spare time, Dr. Dockweiler competes in agility and conformation with her Welsh Springer Spaniels. She also enjoys hiking, horseback riding, and photography. She practices martial arts and has achieved a black belt in Tang Soo Do.