Dr. Greydanus grew up in Hanwell, New Brunswick. Growing up in the country is how her love of animals started. She was a horse-crazy girl who spent most of her waking hours in a barn or on the back of a horse. She attended the Nova Scotia Agricultural College Animal Science program and completed her DVM at the Atlantic Veterinary College in 2008. She then went on to complete an equine internship program at the Mid Atlantic Equine Medical Center in New Jersey. After completion of her internship, she moved to Alberta, where she practiced equine medicine and mixed animal medicine for 10 years before moving back to her hometown. Once back in her home province, she worked as an associate veterinarian and assistant medical director at the Fredericton Animal Hospital for several years. Dr. Greydanus took over ownership of the Woodstock Veterinary Clinic in June 2022.
Dr Greydanus has a strong interest in small animal surgery, as well as general preventative medicine. She is also interested in the human-animal bond and the physiological impacts of this bond on people and their pets.
When not at work, Dr Greydanus can be found in the gym or spending time with her husband and three children. Her family enjoys spending time at the lake and camping in the warmer months and can be found downhill skiing once the snow comes. She also enjoys cuddling with her Boston terrier Louie, her great Pyrenees mix Betty, and her cat Woody.
Lead Registered Veterinary Technician
Julie is our lead registered veterinary technician here at the Woodstock Veterinary Clinic. She attended school at Oulton College and graduated in 2013.
Julie enjoys getting to know her patients at a young age, and watching them grow over the years. She is a big promoter of preventative care for her patients, to ensure they live a full and happy life. Julie also likes to spend time in the laboratory, working on all kinds of different diagnostic tests to monitor the health and wellness of her client's pets.
Julie grew up in Moncton and now resides just outside of Woodstock with her two cats Sunny and Jerry, as well as a large Great Dane named Siris.
When she is not at work she enjoys crafting fun dog bandanas and other pet accessories, as well as home decor signs. She also likes to spend time outdoors in nature going on hikes and discovering new waterfalls.
Jo is one of our veterinary assistants here at the Woodstock Veterinary Clinic. The most rewarding aspect of her career is providing care to animals who are in need, and seeing them recover and rehabilitate. She is always ready to go above and beyond for her patients.
Jo attended school for grooming, and ran her own pet grooming business for several years before fully committing to her job as a vet assistant.
She spends her time at home with her beloved dog Sergeant Pepper (Sarge), her cat Goose who she bottle fed from when he was a first born, and Groot, a beautiful orange tabby boy cat. Jo enjoys going on hikes with her dog and spending time outside. She is always up for an adventure.
Val is one of our veterinary assistants here at the Woodstock Veterinary Clinic. She enjoys spending her day seeing all the different animals and their owners come into the clinic. Val takes great pride in providing excellent patient care. She is always available to comfort a pet or owner in need.
Val moved from Ontario 6 years ago, and now resides on a hobby farm with her husband. She spends her time outside of work tending to her animals at home on the farm, with help from her 3 mastiffs Cali, Tonka, Maple, and her 2 cats Opal and Pearl. Val is the mother of 3 children and now has 9 grandchildren! Val is a great homesteader and enjoys gardening, canning and pickling vegetables.