Dr. Stoughton received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida in 2004. He then completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), also from the University of Florida, in 2008. He then completed an Equine Internship at the Equine Medical Center of Ocala, FL, in 2009. His Residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine was at Texas A&M University from 2009-2012. After that, he became Board Certified in Large Animal Internal Medicine (ACVIM Diplomate), 2013. His PhD (Biomedical Sciences) was earned at Texas A&M University in 2016. After a stint as a Lecturer at Texas A&M University in 2017, he became an Assistant Professor in Large Animal Internal Medicine at UPEI (2017-Current).
Dr. Stoughton is a large animal internal medicine specialist. He works as part of the Large Animal Hospital team treating various medical and surgical conditions in large animals. Most of his cases are referred from other veterinarians in the community. For example, if your horse needs intensive medical care or advanced diagnostics because it is not responding to treatment at the farm, he will be leading the team to care for your animal. He has a particular interest in veterinary parasitology, neonatology, neurology, diagnostic ultrasonography and equine cardiology.
Dr. Stoughton currently has 4 children, 8 chickens, 3 cats, 2 horses, and 1 dog and is greatly helped by his lovely wife of over 15 years. His hobbies include photography, vegetable farming and creating and eating spicy salsa. He seeks to live Coram Deo.