We are privileged to have Dr. Melissa Stoll, a board certified surgeon, come to our location to evaluate and provide surgical correction when necessary. Listed below is a list of some of the procedures that they provide.
Dr. Melissa Stoll received her DVM degree from Texas A&M University in 1997 where she graduated cum laude. One year later she completed her medical and surgical internship at Kansas State University. In 2001, Dr. Stoll completed her surgical residency at University of Missouri, where she also underwent additional training and certification to perform TPLO surgeries. In 2003, Dr. Stoll completed the board certification process to become a Diplomate and specialist in the field of veterinary surgery.
After the completion of her residency, Dr. Stoll stayed on faculty at the University of Missouri for a year. In 2002, she moved to St. Louis, Missouri and spent the next five years working for a high-volume specialty hospital. Dr. Stoll moved to coastal NC in January 2007 where she practiced at a referral hospital in Wilmington. In March 2015, Dr. Stoll started CCVSS as a way to provide specialty surgery to you and your pet in a familiar setting.
Dr. Stoll enjoys spending time with her family and friends, along with her 2 dogs, Emma and Aggie, and cat, William. In her spare time she attends sporting events, horse shows, and likes to spend time working outside.
Cindy Davis, RVT
Cindy is originally from central NY. She received her B.S. in Marine Science- Vertebrate Biology from Long Island University- Southampton College. After working 3 years at Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, CT as the Stranding Assistant for their Marine Mammal & Sea Turtle Stranding Program, she decided to continue to expand her knowledge and love for animals by going back to school to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. Cindy is a graduate of Central Carolina Community College and has experience in general practice, emergency & critical care, and specialty surgical referral medicine.
Cindy and her husband live in Wilmington with their son and dogs, Layla & Brooklyn. Her special interests include surgery, anesthesia, and ECG interpretation. She is an active member of the North Carolina Association of Veterinary Technicians and currently serves as its President-Elect.