Our Team

Get to know our team of amazing doctors and staff that will be providing quality service for your pets.

Meet our team of professionals.

Erin McNeill, DVM

Dr. McNeill graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. After graduation, she spent time working at a small animal hospital before attending graduate school in California. She graduated from Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine. She stayed in California and completed a one-year small animal rotating internship that focused on neurology, surgery, cardiology, internal medicine, and emergency medicine. Enjoying the sunny weather, she stayed out in California for an additional 10 years prior to returning to her home of New England. Dr. McNeill enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine.

In her free time, Dr. McNeill enjoys spending her time outdoors with her family which includes her two dogs and a cat- Chunk Meatball, Norman, and Chimichanga.

Dr. Pikulik, DVM

Dr. Pikulik is our Director of Medicine here at Plaistow Kingston Animal Medical Center. She received her veterinary degree from Tufts University in 1990. Her practice is mainly a small animal, but not limited to just dogs and cats. If you have a small mammal, such as a ferret, hamster, guinea pig, or hedgehog, she will be happy to see you and your pet. Dr. Pikulik and her husband live on a beautiful pond in New Hampshire with three hairless cats, two orange cats, and a little white dog. There is a wonderful garden at her house where she cultivates heirloom vegetables. A recent trip took her to the Galapagos Islands, and she will happily share pictures of her trip with anyone who asks.

Dr. Powers, DVM

Bio coming soon.

Dr. Buckley, DVM, DACVIM

Dr. Buckley is our MOVES veterinary internal medicine partner in the New Hampshire area, available to perform consultations and advanced internal medicine procedures at Plaistow-Kingston Animal Medical Center. Dr. Faith Buckley received her undergraduate degree in biology from Boston University in 2003. After earning her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, she completed a one-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, MA. She then returned to Tufts for her residency in small animal internal medicine, completing the program in 2013.

Dr. Buckley enjoys all aspects of internal medicine and managing very complex medical cases. She has a strong interest in liver and gall bladder disease, kidney disease and immune-mediated conditions. Much of her research has been devoted to cats with liver disease and improving their clinical outcomes. She has experience with abdominal ultrasound, endoscopy, cystoscopy, bronchoscopy, rhinoscopy, feeding tube placements, and bone marrow procedures.

Beth Kelly

Beth Kelley

Beth graduated from Johnson & Wales with an AS in Equine Studies and joined Plaistow Kingston Animal Medical Center in 2002. She was promoted to Practice Manager in 2010. She has over 30 years of experience in the veterinary field and loves being around animals. When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and Annie their Berner, Bella their Jack Russell and Miss Kitty (who thinks she’s also a dog!)
Morgan Sullivan

Morgan Sullivan, CVT

Morgan joined the PKAMC team in 2015 as an intern from Great Bay Community College. She was then hired on our staff as a Certified Veterinary Technician and in 2021 became our technician supervisor. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and is always looking to expand her knowledge in the field. Since the first grade, she has always said she would work with animals one day and she is happy she gets to fulfill that dream.

In her free time she enjoys camping and hiking with her husband and 2 children. She has 1 cat and 3 dogs who are always keeping her on her toes.

Morgan H.

Morgan Hujar

Morgan joined the PKAMC team in 2017. She brings over six years of experience with animals, small, large, and exotics. Morgan’s smiling face and cheerful attitude brighten everyone’s day. A Connecticut transplant, she and her husband live in southern New Hampshire on a small hobby farm where she cares for chickens, goats, horses, dogs, and cats. In her spare time, Morgan enjoys playing softball, field hockey, hiking, and showing her horse.


Keri Carlo

Keri grew up loving all animals. She found her passion through starting a career in the veterinary field as a receptionist in 2014. She joined the PKAMC team in 2019. She is compassionate about client education and patient care. In her free time, she enjoys fishing by the river or the ocean. She lives in Southern NH with her two cats, Roomba, and Beans.

Breanna Dragon

I have been working at Plaistow Kingston Animal Medical Center for about 2 years, but I have 6 years of experience as a veterinary technician. I have always known my passion was to care for animals. When I was younger, I attended the MSPCA summer camp program for many years, where I was able to learn how to properly work with fearful animals. I love being able to care for, comfort and help animals and their owners during good and bad times. You never wake up feeling like you have to go to work when you love what you do. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends, art and dirt biking. I have a dog named Leah and her best friend Peaches (my cat).
Meredith Falls

Meredith Falls

Meredith began her career in 2008 working as an assistant in a local practice while also volunteering at the NHSPCA. She completed the Veterinary Technician program at Great Bay Community College, graduating in 2013. Soon after, she passed the VTNE, becoming a CVT. Meredith is also passionate about hospitality and culinary arts, having been an executive chef and certified consultant and restaurant manager prior to returning to school for veterinary technology. In her free time she still very much enjoys cooking for her family and friends. She was born and raised in Kingston, NH, and loves that she sees so many familiar faces while working. She currently lives in Fremont with her boyfriend, thirteen-year-old Akita, Hotei, and one and a half-year-old cat, Clubber Lang.
Jennifer Stone

Jennifer Stone, Receptionist

Jennifer joined PKAMC in the summer of 2020, bringing over 10 years of customer service experience. She found her passion and love for animals starting her career in the veterinary field as a receptionist in 2012. In her free time, she loves spending time with her family and enjoying her time outdoors, whether it be at the lake or on a trail somewhere wheeling with her husband, daughter Natalie, and puppy Violet!!

Kimberly Belliveau, Receptionist

Kim started her career as a veterinary technician in 1985. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from the University of New Hampshire and earned her certificate in Veterinary Technology in 2010. In her 20 years of veterinary medicine she was an adjunct faculty member for the Great Bay Community College’s Veterinary Technology program and managed 2 veterinary hospitals. In 2005, she left the field to open a pet sitting company which she has now owned for over 16 years. Kim joined the PKAMC team in 2020 and currently lives in Brentwood with her husband, 2 children, 2 dogs and a cat.


Emily joined the PKAMC team as a Veterinary Technician in 2022, transitioning from working with horses to a career with small animals. With a passion for animals of all sizes, she is invested in expanding her knowledge in the veterinary field while providing compassionate care to clients and patients.

In her free time, she enjoys outdoor adventures and spending time at her Aunt’s horse farm.

Margaret, Office Cat

I am celebrating my 12th year here at PKAMC. I was brought in by Animal Control in December of 2009 after being hit by a car and suffering head trauma. Ads were placed, but no one came to claim me. Thanks to everyone’s TLC, I pulled through and am very happy living here. I love to follow people into the staff bathroom and seem to know which cats will get really upset if I walk by their cages! I love my PKAMC family.