Dr. Stacy Meola attended the University of Utah and received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry, and her Master’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science. While in Utah, she spent six years conducting research on artificial hearts and other biomedical devices. Dr. Meola earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Colorado State University in 2006 and accepted the internship at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital. After completing this program in June 2007, Dr. Meola was selected to stay on for a surgical internship. She completed her residency in Emergency and Critical Care at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital and became board-certified in Emergency and Critical Care in 2012. She accepted the position of Associate Medical Director for Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital in 2016.
- Respiratory Arrest Following Ingestion of Wild Mushrooms in 3 Dogs (2006-2012), JVECC 2013, Read Article
- Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome, Topics of Companion Animal Medicine, Read Article
- Evaluation of Trends in Marijuana Toxicosis in Dogs Living in a State with Legalized Medical Marijuana: 125 dogs (2005-2010), JVECC, Read Article
- Ascending Tonic-Clonic Seizure Syndrome in a Dog Following Inadvertent Intrathecal Use of Ionic Contrast Agent, JVACC, Read Article
- Medical and Surgical Management of Severe Barium Aspiration in a Dog, JVECC, Read Article