Stacie Boswell

Stacie Boswell

DVM, Large Animal Surgeon

Associate Veterinarian, Large Animals


Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Staff Bio

Dr. Stacie Boswell graduated from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine and completed an internship at North Carolina State University. From there, she was a post-doctoral research associate in the Comparative Orthopedic Laboratory at Cornell University, and then completed a large animal surgery residency at the University of Tennessee.  The intense specialty training in surgery and equine lameness evaluation and treatment culminated in qualifying for and passing a rigorous examination from the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, thus earning Diplomat status as a Large Animal Surgeon.


As a horsewoman, Dr. Boswell takes her horses and mules riding and camping in the mountains with her husband, Sid. They also volunteer with the Gallatin County chapter of the Backcountry Horsemen of America to maintain access and use of trails. Dr. Boswell is a member of the National Reining Horse Association, the American Quarter Horse Association, and the American Paint Horse Association.


She is driven to make horses’ lives better through both physical and mental well-being, and she has a strong interest in equine behavior. Working with patients in a low-stress way led Dr. Boswell to be a collaborative author for Equine Fear Free modules. Dr. Boswell is also the author of The Ultimate Guide for Horses in Need: Care, Training, and Rehabilitation for Rescues, Purchases, and Adoptions. Published by Horse and Rider Books.



Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.

North Carolina State University, Internship

Cornell, Fellowship in Comparative Orthopedics

University of Tennessee, Residency in Large Animal Surgery