Please Note: Dr. Stacie will be away during the week of Spring Break (March 9th to 17th)
During this time, messages will be answered within 24 hours, but appointments will not be available.
Dallas PAWS will resume a normal schedule on March 18th.
Dr. Stacie Marsh
Dr. Stacie earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from
Southern Methodist University. In 2000, she graduated Magna Cum
Laude from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Since earning her DVM, she has practiced small animal medicine and
surgery in addition to working for an animal only pharmaceutical
Dr. Stacie’s dedication and commitment to quality animal wellness
fueled her desire to deliver a more personal experience for her clients.
She believes her in-home veterinary care benefits patients and their
owners by providing stress free, personalized services. As a native
Texan, she has an appreciation for the specific needs of the issues
North Texas clients may face.
Dr. Stacie has a special interest in dermatology and internal medicine.
She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the
Texas Veterinary Medical Association, and the Dallas County Veterinary
When not seeing patients, Dr. Stacie enjoys spending time with her
family and their pets. She and her two daughters share their Dallas
home with three cats and two dogs. She also enjoys exercise, gardening,
Services by Appointment
- Puppy / kitten exams
- New pet exams
- Adult wellness exams
- Heartworm, Flea, Tick treatment and prevention
- Blood pressure measurements and monitoring
- Prescription medications
- Dental health evaluation and preventative care
- Consultations – geriatric care, nutrition, behavior
- Health / Travel certificates
- Surgical and hospitalization referrals
- Nail trims and other minor sanitary grooming as necessary
- Palliative and pet hospice care
- Compassionate, in-home, gentle euthanasia and aftercare
Diagnostic Laboratory Testing
- Presurgical bloodwork
- Complete Blood Counts
- Urinalysis with culture and sensitivity
- Intestinal parasite screening
- Heartworm testing
- Disease / organ specific testing (kidney/urine, liver, diabetes, thyroid, gastrointestinal, pancreas)
- Vaccine titers
- Therapeutic drug monitoring
- Clinical pathology
Routine medical care for minor illnesses and injuries such as:
- Allergies and other skin issues
- Ear infections
- Eye infections
- Gastrointestinal issues (vomiting and/or diarrhea)
- Urinary tract infections
- Limping, arthritis, other musculoskeletal issues
- Wounds, cuts, lacerations
- Cushing’s Disease
Why Use a House Call Veterinarian?
Compared to an appointment at a traditional clinic, with a house call, you will receive
more time to visit with Dr. Stacie about each pet’s history and any
issues you may wish to address. Examinations and consultations are
much more personal and can be tailored to each household’s specific
Busy working professionals, parents, seniors, and households with
multiple pets enjoy the convenience of having Dr. Stacie visit their
home. Most pets are much more comfortable, calm, and relaxed in
their own environment. Rather than taking them to a clinic where the
smells, sounds, and sights can be unfamiliar and scary, many pets are
much more tolerant of exams, vaccinations, and other routine
treatments performed in their home.
Households with multiple pets may find it saves them the time and
headache of making multiple trips to the clinic. Geriatric or large pets
that have trouble getting into the car tend to be much more at ease at
home. Cats generally do not enjoy car rides and those pets with motion
sickness will be much happier having their exam and treatment
performed at home.
Having Dr. Stacie come to your house is convenient for you and less
stress for both you and your pet.
If conditions are diagnosed that require anesthesia or further, more
advanced diagnostics, Dr. Stacie can refer you and your pet to one of
the many local specialty hospitals.
Patients that would not be good candidates for a house call are those
that are aggressive toward strangers in their home. Also, for the safety
of patients that must be anesthetized in order to examine due to
severe aggression, they should be taken to a traditional full service
veterinary hospital that has the additional staff and equipment needed
for safe sedation and handling.