We invite you to meet the team at the Avalon Animal Hospital. As experienced and qualified pet health care professionals, we are committed to treating your pets with care and gentleness at all times.
A native of St. John’s, Dr. Beth Marshall has been practicing small animal medicine since graduating from the Atlantic Veterinary College with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She joined the Avalon Animal Hospital in 2007 and later became co-owner of the hospital with Jillian Morris in March 2012.
Dr. Marshall is a lover of all species, but has a special place in her heart for cats and horses. Professionally, her interests include feline medicine with an emphasis on two challenging areas namely, gastrointestinal disease and problematic urination. She is also committed to working to improve the lives of feral cats. Dr. Marshall is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Dr. Dunn-MacLean graduated from the Atlantic Veterinary College in 2001 and practiced in the Maritimes for most of her career. That is until she could no longer resist the pull of her beloved "Rock" and moved back to her hometown of St. John's with her family.
Dr. Dunn-MacLean is very interested in infectious disease and paediatrics, and is passionate about spaying and neutering pets.
Dr. Christian Alberto
Dr. Christian Alberto obtained his veterinary degree from the UNLP, Faculty of Veterinary Science from Argentina in 2002. In 2008, he finished his MSc in Neuroscience from Memorial University. He then achieved his Certificate of Qualification from the CVMA in 2016. He works with large, small and exotics animals, as well as laboratory animals. He was born and raised in Argentina and he is currently working as Associate Veterinarian at Avalon Animal Hospital.
Dr. Jenn O’Reilly
Dr. Jenn O’Reilly originates from Mount Pearl. She has had a strong passion for animals from a very young age and has always pursued every opportunity to care for and work closely with all creatures large and small. Following high school, she attended Memorial University to complete her Bachelor of Science with a major in Biology. Never taking her eyes off of her ultimate goal and lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian, she applied to the Atlantic Veterinary College upon graduating from MUN. She was accepted, and graduated from the AVC in May 2019. Although Dr. O’Reilly is a lover of all animals, she has a particular fondness for cats and horses. Her Veterinary interests include disease prevention, animal behaviour and internal medicine.