Dr. Michelle Peacock attended Colorado State University (CSU) College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and graduated in 1995. Soon after graduation from CSU Dr. Peacock purchased a mixed animal practice in Reno, Nevada and concentrated on small animal and equine medicine and sport horse injuries. She Commissioned in the US Army Veterinary Corps in May 2001 and was stationed in Washington DC at the National Capital District Veterinary Command during the national disaster of September 11, 2001 and provided veterinary care to the working dogs of the US Military, Pentagon Protective Services, US Capitol Police, US Customs as well as to the Caisson horses at Arlington National Cemetery. Since leaving the Army in 2004, Dr. Peacock has concentrated on small animal emergency medicine in Colorado Springs, CO and in Reno, Nevada since 2011. Dr. Peacock is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society and the Nevada Veterinary Medical Association where she will serve as president in 2018. During her leisure time she enjoys trail running, swimming, biking, hiking, and has competed in triathlons. Dr. Peacock also enjoys spending time with her husband, 8-year-old Labrador Retriever named Cody, and a recent rescue, Terrier Mix puppy named William Wallace along with her cat Emily.