Massage therapy can improve muscle and joint function by relieving tension, spasm, or other restrictions to proper motion.  It may be used for relaxing or stimulating muscles in order to prevent injury or for rehabilitation of a patient after an injury has occurred. Our technician, Sharon Jones- Gilmore, is a registered human and animal massage therapist. Sharon offers pet massage, Reiki and other energy healing modalities. 




Acupuncture is the treatment of conditions or symptoms by the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body in order to produce a response.  It can be used to treat a variety of ailments, including arthritis, diabetes and allergies. Dr. Crandlemire-Reid enrolled in an intensive 6-month course offered by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society.


Allergy Testing


Hot spots, itching, and ear infections are all common signs of dog allergies. We have experience performing food exclusion trials, allergy treatments, and immunotherapy. In cats, sneezing, hair loss, rash and scabs are common signs of allergies, and can also be successfully managed by our team.



Temporary hours during the state of emergency:

8am-4pm Monday to Friday




Fredericton Animal Hospital
1012 Prospect St

Fredericton, NB 
E3B 3C1





Phone: (506) 455-1700

Fax: (506) 455-1702




We're also closed on statutory holidays.


Emergency service available 24/7/365. Call 455-1700



We're closed on statutory holidays and the Saturday of holiday long weekends

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