Dr. Elizabeth Stone, Veterinarian
Dr. Stone graduated from Princeton University in 1985 with a degree in Biology, and from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After graduation, she practiced small animal and emergency medicine at a 6-doctor private practice in Rhode Island, before moving to Minnesota for a Master's in Conservation Biology and a Veterinary Residency in Raptor Medicine at the University of Minnesota. There she also practiced small animal medicine for two years at a 4-doctor practice. For the following seven years, Dr. Stone split her time, living in Maine, among home with her growing family, and conducting environmental/wildlife research. In 2008 she started doing spay-neuter surgeries at Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick as a Relief Veterinarian. Community Spay-Neuter Clinic was borne of her interest in helping reduce pet overpopulation as well as protecting wildlife from unowned cats. She has eight chickens, two parrots, a dog and a cat, all rescued.