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Dr. Tara MacLeod

I graduated in 2013 at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Prince Edward Island, and then did an internship in internal medicine and surgery from 2013-2014. I always had an interest in animals, medicine, and science, and loved every minute of learning to be a vet! I've been working with Riverview for about 10 years as a student, since they were a smaller clinic at a different location. I loved the staff and the warm friendly atmosphere, so when I finished school in 2014 it was my first instinct to see if they were hiring. Luckily, they were and I got to join the team. I'm very interested in emergency medicine and radiology, as well as feline medicine. My first pet was a stray barn cat named Bashful. Not many people say they love coming to work every day, but I definitely do. I enjoy meeting new people and working with clients to figure out what's wrong with their pet. It's like putting together a puzzle, and those puzzles are different every day. It's never boring! I admire the compassion my teammates have for going above and beyond in terms of care and expectations for patients and clients, it's truly inspiring. Fun fact about myself is I have a travel bug and love going to new places locally and across the globe. I'd try anything once!
Everything was great. From the first phone call to the visit to leaving the building. The staff was super friendly…

Lloyd Harquail

Excellent place to bring any sick pet. They provided amazing care. Staff very friendly and caring. It was an expensive…

Annette Leblanc

Having a sick pet isn't something that's easy to swallow. But Riverview Animal Hospital took amazing care of my sweet…

Ashley Arsenault

Always take care of my pets with passion. Great to work with for blood donations

Karen Cook

We have been dealing with this dedicated group since Oliver, the basset hound came into our lives back in 2008…

Terry Hatcher



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