Dr. Stacey Bradley graduated from The University of Toledo in 2000. She then continued her veterinary degree at St. George's University in Grenada, West Indies. Her rotation year continued her travels to London, England where she spent a year and graduated in 2004. After graduating she spent two years as an associate veterinarian in Mansfield, Ohio. In 2006, she moved to Fort Myers with her husband to enjoy some sunshine and started as an associate veterinarian at VCA Miracle Mile. After 2 years she was then promoted to the Medical Director position.
Dr. Bradley even as a young child has always been interested in science and learning about medicine. Each case gives her the opportunity to educate and the mystery of the diagnosis. As far back as she remembers her parents have always had a family pet. Her first companion was a little stray black kitten named Licorice and at eight years old this kitten provided her the opportunity for her first visit to a veterinarian. He was attacked by a neighbor dog and after running through the woods for two miles she showed up at the veterinarian office. As an eight year old with a wounded cat and no parents to be seen, the veterinarian fixed up Licorice and Dr. Bradley was on her way. Presently, Dr. Bradley has two wonderful canine companions named Forest, her Great Dane, and Coda her Bull Mastiff. She is still running to a veterinarian office every morning but now it is to help other families get through their traumatic events and hopefully make ongoing happy memories for the future.