Epsom Veterinarians

Epsom veterinarianFiona Reeve, DVM

Dr. Reeve was motivated to become a veterinarian for one simple reason: "I love medicine," she said. "I love the search for the answer, the ability to make pets happier, feel better, and have more time to spend with their people. Their look of complete devotion makes me feel as though I'm doing something worthwhile."

Dr. Reeve received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003 and since graduation has worked in the Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire area. She earned her undergraduate degree in mathematics from Northeastern University.

Having grown up in Massachusetts, Dr. Reeve remembers walking up to Dana Hall Riding Center in Wellesley to clean stalls and braid horses for shows, and cleaning stalls at 4 a.m. at her parents' horse farm. Prior to attending veterinary college, Dr. Reeve worked as a veterinary nurse.

Since she opened Suncook River Veterinary Clinic in 2010, Dr. Reeve has fostered a family atmosphere at her hospital.

"I love my clients and they are always so incredibly grateful. Their trust in me to care for their pets drives me to learn more, practice better medicine and improve the clinic," she said. Dr. Reeve has professional interests in small animal dentistry, general medicine and ultrasound.

Dr. Reeve and her husband have two children and she relaxes by playing ice hockey, horseback riding, cycling and playing soccer. The family has a variety of pets, including a horse named Derby, two dogs named Angus and Hogan, four cats named Fezzik, Gimli, Bear and Willow, a turtle, a rabbit and some chickens.

Dr. LeeAnn Toolan: Epsom veterinarianMegan Thibodeau, DVM, CVA, CVMMP

Dr. Megan Thibodeau joined our team here at Suncook River Veterinary Clinic in April of 2018. She studied Natural Science at Saint Anselm College and graduated in 2011 before attending the University of Minnesota for veterinary school, graduating in 2015. Veterinary care has multiple areas of care for your pets, but some of Dr. Thibodeau's interests include traditional Chinese medicine, geriatric care, and pain management.

To her, the most satisfying thing about being a veterinarian is "the excitement in an owner's voice when they call and say their pet is back to their old self - or even better than ever - after receiving care."

At home, Dr. Thibodeau has five Shelties - Hannah, Tuukka, Kaleigh, Tiffany, and Tiana - and one Collie named Nathan. She enjoys crotchet and squirrel watching in her spare time.

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