Residency-trained in Small Animal Surgery
Background and Education:
Veterinary School: Ross University Internship Training: Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital, Colorado; Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists, Houston, Texas Residency Training: SAGE Centers for Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Care
Dr. Colleen McCoy is a graduate of State University of New York, Delhi where she earned an Associate’s degree in Applied Veterinary Sciences. She received her DVM from Ross University’s School of Veterinary Medicine (2011). Dr. McCoy then completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital (2012), followed by an internship in small animal surgery at Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists (2013). Dr. McCoy joined SAGE Centers in 2013 to complete her residency in surgery and became an associate at SAGE in 2016.
Dr. McCoy particularly enjoys the challenges of orthopedic surgery and has a strong passion for arthroscopy and other minimal invasive surgeries. When not practicing, Colleen is most likely hiking with her two rescue dogs; Odin, a “coconut retriever” and Steve, a boxer. She also enjoys playing soccer, cooking, craft beer, traveling and DIY projects. Dr. McCoy was first drawn to veterinary medicine in middle school with the help of a beloved teacher, whom she worked with to care for many classroom pets. Her love of science, passion for animals, and the bond with their humans made veterinary medicine the perfect career choice.