Christopher G. Spooner, DVM
Veterinarian Chris Spooner is originally from Topsham, Vermont. He worked for Dr. Webster at Oxbow Veterinary Clinic while attending Oxbow High School.
He is a 1998 Graduate of UVM where he majored in Animal Science and minored in Chemistry. He received his Doctoral Degree in Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003.
Upon graduating from NC State, Chris practiced small and large animal medicine at Rowan Animal Clinic in Salisbury, NC.
He purchased the Oxbow Veterinary Clinic practice from Dr David Webster, who retired in 2006. Chris is committed to the community and to providing the best possible care to our patients. He practices both small and large animal medicine, dentistry and surgery.
Chris met his wife Aimee while they were both in Veterinary School. They were married in 2004 and Aimee joined the practice in 2011. They live on their farm in Piermont, NH with their two children, Isabelle and Oliver.
Chris enjoys farming, hunting and kayaking.
Aimee C. Spooner, DVM
Veterinarian Aimee Spooner is originally from Peabody, Massachusetts. She graduated from The University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1998. Aimee received her Doctoral Degree in Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.
Upon graduating from NC State, Aimee practiced Veterinary Medicine in Kannapolis, NC for four years. After relocating to the Upper Valley, Aimee practiced at River Road Veterinary Clinic in Norwich, VT. She joined husband and fellow Veterinarian Chris Spooner at Oxbow Veterinary Clinic in 2011.
Like her husband, Aimee is dedicated to providing the best possible care to our patients. Her talents include small animal care, internal medicine, diagnostics and behavioral advice.
Aimee enjoys farming and kayaking.
Virginia T. Prince, DVM
Veterinarian Virginia Prince has been with Oxbow Veterinary Clinic since 2015. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from Cornell University in 1979 and her Doctoral Degree in Veterinary Medicine from Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983.
Ginny has been raising sheep on her farm in New Hampshire since 1989. She got her first Border Collie in 1995 and became hooked on raising and training them to help manage the sheep. She enjoys working with both the dogs and the sheep, and competing in Sheepdog trials at events throughout New England.