Director of Medical Services
Dr. Shannon M. Poole, DVM, MPH
Dr. Shannon Marie Poole is a graduate from The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, where she completed both her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and her Master’s in Public Health.
She followed graduation by completing a one-year internship in Emergency Veterinary Medicine at the After Hours Small Animal Emergency Clinic in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Her veterinary interests include: dentistry, internal medicine, as well as wildlife medicine.
In her spare time she enjoys traveling, running, photography, gymnastics, and watching movies. At present, her animal family includes two dogs Diablo and Watson and three Maine Coon cats Sherlock, Tomali and Mayhem.
Director of Facility Services
Dr. Ryan T. Reid, DVM, MPH
Dr. Ryan T. Reid completed his Doctors of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. He completed his Masters in Public Health at Texas A&M University School of Rural Public Health 2002.
Following graduation from the College of Veterinary Medicine, he relocated here to Fayetteville in June 2008 to fulfill his Commission as a Veterinary Corps Officer at Fort Bragg. He completed his Active Duty commitment in June 2015 at Fort Hood. Dr. Reid has transitioned to the Army Reserves Veterinary Unit Assignment.
His veterinary interests include: small animal dentistry, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, food animal, and veterinary public health.
When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife, friends and family, seeking activities outdoors, traveling and relaxing. His animal family includes: his Border Collie, Diablo, Sheep Dog Watson and three Maine Coon cats Sherlock, Tamale, and Mayhem.
Dr. Erika Y. Richardson, DVM
Dr. Malia M. Coppage, DVM
Dr. Malia M. Coppage is a graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2015 she completed a one year veterinary internship in Small Animal Internal Medicine and Critical Care at a specialty hospital in Houston, Texas. In 2016 she completed a second veterinary internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at a specialty hospital in Denver, Colorado. She then moved to Fayetteville after getting married this past summer.
Her veterinary interests include: internal medicine, dermatology, and behavior. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband (Clay) and her dogs, watching movies, traveling, practicing yoga, and making crafts. Her animal family consists of two black Labs, Trickseigh and Mariah.