University of Western Ontario, Ontario Veterinary College





Dr. Ali Reid

Owner & Medical Director


Ali graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science in biology and went on to complete a degree in veterinary medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph where she received an award for distinction in Dentistry. She returned to New Brunswick and was the co-owner of SouthPaw Animal Hospital in Fredericton from 2004 to 2011.


Ali was the president of the New Brunswick Veterinary Medical Association in 2010-2011. She is also a member of the Canadian Veterinary Reserve and has volunteered her veterinary services in Africa, and in New Brunswick with Ca-r-ma (Cat Rescue Maritimes). Ali has also participated in the pet therapy program at local nursing homes with her dog Bailey for several years. Ali was selected to attend the Emerging Leaders Program at the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association conference in Calgary. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Fredericton SPCA.

Dr. Reid’s special interests and training include orthopedic surgery (cruciate surgery, patella luxation repair and fracture repair), acupuncture, laparopscopic surgery, and behavior in dogs and cats.


Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Atlantic Veterinary College





Louie, Willie, Whiskey, Betty 

Dr. Kimberly Greydanus

Deputy Medical Director

Kim grew up in Fredericton, then moved to Nova Scotia to earn her degree in Animal Science from the Nova Scotia Agricultural College (Dalhousie University). Shen then went on to graduate from the Atlantic Veterinary College at the University of Prince Edward Island.


After completing a post-graduate equine internship in New Jersey, Kim headed to Alberta to practice mixed equine and small animal medicine near Edmonton. In 2018, after 10 years out west, she moved home to New Brunswick with her husband and three children and joined the team at FAH.


Kim has always loved animals, both big and small.  Her first real exposure to the world of veterinary medicine was by following a veterinarian around the barn and watching him work. Kim thought it would be such a rewarding career to be able to provide care for animals. She also loved the idea that every single day is different for a vet – there are always new challenges and new things to learn. 


Her areas of special interest are general surgery, preventative medicine, and the human-animal bond. Kim has 4 dogs: a Boston terrier, a cockatoo, and 2 Great Pyrenees. Aside from spending time at the barn and anything horse-related, she enjoys cooking, gardening, reading, and enjoying the outdoors.


Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Atlantic Veterinary College


Sussex, NB



Penny, Denzel, Molson 

Dr. Erika Kubik

Associate Veterinarian


Erika loves helping and improving the lives of both people and animals and veterinary medicine allows her to do both.


She grew up in Sussex, then attended the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Truro. After graduating from the Atlantic Veterinary College, Erika practiced in Gander, Newfoundland, then joined Fredericton Animal Hospital in 2017. 


Her special interests are preventive medicine, surgery, and behaviour. Dr. Kubik is a member of the Practice Standards Committee of the New Brunswick Veterinary Medical Association, which develops policies to enhance and ensure a high level of care across the province 


Erika has two cats: Penny and Denzel and one dog: Molson, a beagle mix. All three are “shelter specials.” In her spare time, Erika enjoys running, ultimate frisbee, boating, skiing, snowshoeing, reading, and photography. 


St. Francis Xavier University,

Atlantic Veterinary College


Antigonish, NS




Dr. Peter Marshall

Associate Veterinarian


Peter became a veterinarian because it seemed like the perfect mix of problem- solving and practical work.


Peter grew up in Nova Scotia. He completed a degree in chemistry at St. F.X., then earned his doctor of veterinary medicine at the Atlantic Veterinary College. He began practicing in Washington, DC, then moved back to the Maritimes to settle in Fredericton. He joined FAH in 2018. 


His special areas of interest are internal medicine and neurology. In his spare time, Peter enjoys running and cooking. He and his partner, Cate, a physician, have a young son, and a cat, Banana.



MON                7:30am-6:30pm

TUE                  7:30am-6:30pm

WED                 7:30am-6:30pm

THU                  7:30am-6:30pm

FRI                    7:30am-6:30pm

SAT                   Closed

SUN                  Closed



Fredericton Animal Hospital
1012 Prospect St

Fredericton, NB 
E3B 3C1





Phone: (506) 455-1700

Fax: (506) 455-1702

Email: info@fah.ca



We're also closed on statutory holidays.





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