Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!
Meet our Veterinarians & Team of the Brockville Animal Hospital. We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!
Meet our Veterinarians & Team of the Brockville Animal Hospital. We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!
When I was 7 years old I watched the veterinarian in our barn do a blood transfusion between 2 cows. I enjoyed watching so much that I almost missed my school bus! That veterinarian said to my dad “that girl should be a veterinarian”. Since that day, that is what I wanted to do. I never looked back. Between medicating the barn cats and wrapping the farm dog’s boo boos I felt at that time I was already practicing veterinary medicine. 21 years later I graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College. I ended up marrying a farmer so I am right back to doctoring up the animals in the barn just like I did when I was a little girl. I hope however, I know what I am doing this time around. I was very fortunate when I was 7 to have the support of my family and teachers to accomplish my dream of becoming Dr. Roth. Who said that dreams never come true! In 2010 i joined the wonderful team at BAH and have enjoyed working side-by-side with them to provide awesome veterinary care.
When I am not busy being a veterinarian, my husband and four daughters keep me busy. At this point, none of them want to be a veterinarian. I enjoy scrap booking and fastball, but I love snowmobiling! I am one of the very few at BAH that loves a good snow storm!
Janet was born and raised within the heart of Ottawa with her first real introduction to agriculture being an educational program she participated in, in which she was required to work on a farm. In 1985 she graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College and started working as a full time veterinarian at the Brockville Animal Hospital.
In April of 2010 Janet became a member of our management team. With her farming background and wide range of experience with exotics and pocket pets, Janet has worked on everything from cows and horses to hamsters and canaries, bringing us a tremendous amount of knowledge. In her early years as a veterinarian she practiced mixed animal medicine and currently practices on small animals including exotics and pocket pets. Janet thoroughly enjoys interaction with her patients and their owners. A true animal lover, Janet lives with her husband Ed and their children Karen, Jennifer, John and Eric on their dairy farm. A family with a big heart, they have welcomed Chernobyl children into their home for rehabilitation over multiple summers. Janet, along with her children, is a remarkable athlete with significant involvement in track and field and cross-country running. She was a member of the fund-raising committee for the Thousand Island Secondary School community track, and also works as a coach for the Brockville Legion runners.
I started my veterinary career 25 years ago on my birthday at the Brockville Animal Hospital. Even though reminiscing makes me feel old, I still remember my first day here. So nervous, so excited and so “very wet behind the ears!”
I enjoy hearing stories about people’s pets and how their lives are so enriched from the experience. Every animal has a personality. The pets and their owners continue to teach me new things every day.
My own dog “Chewy” has allergies so I have a keen interest in dermatology. My cat “Sooty” has thought me a lot about chronic kidney disease. Hopefully my other 2 cats Darth Fluffy and Boomer continue to stay healthy.
I have 3 children, Liam, Molly and Sean, all away at university. None wanting to be vets but are in the sciences. I enjoy reading, crocheting and exercising. I hope to travel when my kids are out of university.
I grew up in the Maitland area. A lifelong love of horses piqued my interest in veterinary medicine at a young age. Working hard to follow my dreams, I attended the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph and graduated in 2002. I began my career later that year and joined our team as a small animal veterinarian. I regularly attend continuing education seminars to enhance skills and medical knowledge.
Away from the clinic I enjoy spending time with my husband Brad and our two children, Drew and Lauren. We are lucky enough to share our home with our two dogs Edna and Marge, and two cats Solo and Arnold. As a family we can often be found at the hockey rink, the top of a ski slope, on the river boating or camping.
Jen was born and raised “south of the border”. With a great love of animals and science, she pursued a Bachelors of Science in Biology at Moravian College in PA. She then completed her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in Mass. in 2001. She subsequently studied Veterinary Acupuncture in Boston in 2004. She currently calls Brockville Animal Hospital “home”, but life has brought her to a number of Veterinary practices in the years since graduation. This has given her a unique opportunity to experience many different communities, different practice and management styles, and to learn, grow, and work along side many fellow Veterinarians. She has learned one sure thing – every animal and person that comes through the door is a unique individual with unique needs. Care must be catered to each individual. Here at Brockville Animal Hospital she brings her love of medicine, surgery, a focus on compassionate patient care, and the ability to extend treatment options to include non-conventional therapies.
Jen lives in Maitland with her two children and menagerie of pets. She seems to have a magnetic draw for special needs and misfit animals! She shares her home with two hand-me-down/pound dogs (Georgia and Oreo), three middle ages cats (Sylvia, Fenway, and Mimi), her daughter’s guinea pig (Cuddles the 4th), eight chickens (including Penny the youtube star), and four tanks of fresh and salt water fish. In her free time she can be found at the rink or poolside fulfilling her duties as Swim and Speed Skate Mom, playing taxi to her kids, exercising her green thumb in the garden or with her indoor plant collections, giving love and attention to her pets, spending time with friends and family, travelling and on very rare occasion reading a good book!
Melissa grew up on her family’s farm outside of Windsor, ON and has always had a love for veterinary medicine. She spent a lot of time in her childhood helping with the animals on the farm as well as learning from her mother, who is also a veterinarian. Melissa went to the University of Guelph where she played varsity basketball and completed a Bachelors of Science degree in 2013. She then attended the Ontario Veterinary College where she graduated in May 2017. Melissa joined the BAH team shortly after graduation and strives to provide excellent medical and surgical care for her patients. She is looking forward to meeting the wonderful clients and patients who make up the BAH extended family. Melissa and her husband, John, live on their dairy farm with their dogs, Diego and Papito, and cats, Wallace and Myrtle. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys providing veterinary care to her dairy cows, horseback riding, playing basketball and going hiking with her dogs.
Melanie Stuart is a veterinarian at the BAH who has a passion for surgery, animal behaviour, and wildlife. Born in St. Catherine’s, Ontario but grew up on the East Coast in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. She has always had a love for animals and grew to love veterinary medicine through working at her local clinics and animal rescues. She attended the Nova Scotia Agricultural College and completed an ungraduated degree in animal science and behaviour. She then moved to Prince Edward Island to attend veterinary school at the Atlantic Veterinary College where she graduated in May 2020 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.
Melanie with her cat, Oliver and fish, Bob made the move to Brockville shortly after graduation and joined the BAH team. She has a passion for all things animals with a special interest in exotics and wildlife and hopes to learn more while working at BAH. She loves getting to know every pet through fun and unique stories from their owners and sharing in the joy of having these animals as our companions! In her spare time she enjoys walks along the Saint Lawrence River, hiking, reading, and travelling. If you have her as your vet please don’t hesitate to share with this Maritimer any advice on the best places to explore in the area!
With a deep-rooted passion for animal health and welfare, I have been drawn towards veterinary medicine ever since I first contemplated my adulthood. Becoming a small animal veterinarian represented a true dream of mine. I was born and raised in the beautiful city of Montréal, where I earned my undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences at McGill University. I then went on to pursue my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While living on the Macdonald campus of McGill during my undergraduate years, I met my best friend (and soon to be husband) who was from the Smiths Falls Area. I decided to join him out in the countryside and began working as a veterinarian at BAH in June of 2022. I’m particularly interested in dermatology, soft tissue surgery and geriatric care. I also love working with exotic pets and wildlife. When I’m not at work, I like to spend time hiking outdoors. I enjoy helping out with my partner’s grassfed beef farm on the weekends with our old cattle dog, Buck. My hobbies include all forms of skiing (water, downhill and cross-country)! I’m always looking to discover new local restaurants and cafes, and would love to hear about your favourites in town.
I knew I was going to work with animals when I was 7 months old, yup!… 7 months!
With every patient visit, I strive to focus on patient comfort. My co-workers will often find me speaking in kitten/puppy language or laying on the floor snuggling with my patients big or small! It works every time! I have been told I have an amazing sense of humour which helps keep everyone enthusiastic.
I rescued a Boston Terrier about 6 years ago her name is Allie, and adopted a brown tabby from the Kingston Humane Society named Jaycob .I fell in love with Jaycob when I met him during my surgical rotation in College.
Outside of the clinic I can often be found at concerts, fairs and festivals, or wherever there is live music playing. I am a huge fan of country music. When the music scene is scarce you can often find me catching up with friends around a bonfire or taking Allie for a walk around town. I love being out and about and staying busy.
Kayla joined the team in July 2017 after completing Algonquin College’s Veterinary Technician Program. She enjoys working with all pets and has a keen interest for exotics. She grew up in Gatineau, Quebec and in August 2017 she moved to Brockville to join the team. She is loving the community and beautiful city. She spends her spare time with her two Quaker parrots Echo and Olly and her cat Nemo who she adopted from the program at Algonquin.
Holly was raised on her family Beef and Poultry farm in North Augusta, ON and she knew from the age of 4, that she was meant to work with animals. She grew up with everything from the normal farm animals to quite exotic ones like emus, pheasants, chinchillas, a hedgehog, peacocks and even some llama’s! While deciding what her true calling was, she took time to travel and work abroad for a year in Australia. She volunteered at Steve Irwin’s (Crocodile Hunter) Australia Zoo and Wildlife Hospital; this is where she realized she was meant to be a Veterinary Technician. Holly enrolled in the Veterinary Technologist program at St. Lawrence College, Kingston. She graduated in April 2020, amid a world-wide pandemic and joined the Brockville Animal Hospital in the same month. She loves her career because she is able to make a difference in the lives of patients and clients.
Holly lives in Brockville with her two basset hounds, Fredrick and Boomer; two love birds, Twitter and Vernon, and two hobby chickens, KC and Barbara.
In her spare time, she loves to perform music in the local area, spend time with her boyfriend and dogs, and travel. She is a thrill seeker; sky diving, bungee jumping (twice!) and hiking a glacier are just a few of the things she has checked off her list. One of her most challenging adventures was the Mt. Tongariro hike in New Zealand, this mountain is directly beside “Mt. Doom” from Lord of the Rings!
I grew up on the outskirts of Chesterville with two brothers where we always had a dog, a cat or both. My love for animals made it an easy choice for me to know, that I wanted to work with animals, every day. I currently have one cat named Lucy, and I am sure one day I will have many more pets. When I’m not working at BAH I like to spend my time with family, friends, and at country music concerts.
I graduated from the veterinary technology program at St. Lawrence college in Kingston, ON, in April 2020. Not long after, I started my career here at the Brockville animal hospital. I have really enjoyed becoming a part of the BAH family and can’t wait to cuddle all of your fur babies!
Before she was even allowed to have a pet, Marki knew she loved all animals. She was born and raised in Brockville. If she wasn’t begging her parents for a dog, she could be found at the dance studio practicing for her next competition. After high school she attended the Veterinary Technology Program at St. Lawrence College in Kingston which she graduated from in June of 2019. She spends her days off with family, friends and her cat Honey. Honey was adopted from the Kingston Humane Society. After fostering Honey and her two litter mates, Marki couldn’t bear to let Honey go. She is happy to be back in Brockville and part of the Brockville Animal Hospital team!
I have known that I was going to work with animals ever since I was little. My passion for animals has taken me down several different roads that I didn’t expect but I’m so proud to be where I am today!
I grew up just outside of Brockville and have lived in the area my whole life. I’ve had the pleasure of working with the team here at Brockville Animal Hospital for almost 9 years now and am so thankful for all the help and encouragement I’ve had along the way. From starting off as a kennel and high school co-op student, volunteering in between summers off from school, 2 full time years as an assistant and now an RVT, I’ve managed to experience a variety of positions at BAH!
I began my animal science career by completing a bachelors of science in agriculture with a major in animal science at Dalhousie University’s Agricultural Campus in Nova Scotia. It was here that I built upon my love for all things farming but also found an interest in nutrition and aided on a few research projects based on poultry and aquaculture nutrition. After graduating, I spent some time deciding where I wanted to go from there and with my experience at BAH, it led me to enrolling in the veterinary technician program at Northern College in Temiskaming, ON. Here I gained more experience in both small and large animal technical skills and upon graduation, I received the Purina Nutrition Award. In my future technician career, I have an interest in learning more about emergency medicine, laboratory work, nutrition and large animal medicine.
I currently have 2 cats whom I adore, Alfie and Luigi (did I mention I’m a self proclaimed Crazy Cat Lady?), a hermit crab named Dave, a herd of purebred hereford cattle with my Fiancé (soon to be Husband in September of 2021!!) Ethan and one very special jersey cross cow named Sienna. In my spare time, you can find me enjoying the outdoors including fishing, walking or just taking in some sun rays, reading, baking, taking pictures of my cats or talking about my cats, working on the farm, milking cows at a side job, or spending time with my family and friends. I love to learn and hope to never stop and am very excited to see what my time at BAH turns into!
My love for animals started young. My childhood dog, Sammy, was my first pet, but it definitely didn’t stop there. I owned fish, hamsters, rabbits, cats and dogs – pretty much any animal my parents would let me bring into the house. My passion for horses started young as well. I began with riding lessons once a week, and I soon decided to devote more of my time to the sport. I competed in show jumping competitions as much as I could throughout the warmer weather, and did more training in the winter. My future career did not take much thought. I knew I wanted to work with animals from the start. I moved to Ottawa to complete the veterinary technician program at Algonquin College right after graduating high school, and I loved every second of it. I adopted my cat, Billy from the Algonquin campus, and brought him straight home to meet my family dog, Archie.
When I’m not working with animals, I love boating on Charleston Lake with my family, going out with my friends or just playing with my animals at home. I can’t wait to continue my journey at Brockville Animal Hospital as a veterinary technician.
I have always been a dog person. Well, a cat person too.
I guess I’ve always just loved animals. Whenever anyone asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up it always involved working with animals. While I was still in highschool I managed to land a job at our local Aquatarium where I tended to otters and fed the fish. After that I knew I had to pursue something in the field of animal care.
Post secondary I attended St.Lawrence College and took the Veterinary Assistant course. I found a love of being able to be more involved with animal care, whether it be helping an animal recover from surgery or just making sure they are on the right track for a long, healthy! After graduation I started my career here at the Brockville Animal Hospital. I now realize this is the perfect job for me! Since starting my career I have adopted my 3 dogs, a German Shepherd named Kona, a Standard Poodle named Maple and an Australian Shepherd mix named Reggie.
Kelsey was born and raised “south of the boarder”, but currently has a small hobby farm in Mallorytown. With a deep love for all kinds of animals, Kelsey and her husband Mat have opened the “Farkas Farm” to include a llama named Dottie, an alpaca, turkeys, chickens, cattle, and an apiary. However the highlight of Kelsey’s life is “her girls” Minnie the St.Bernard cross, Butters the Golden Retriever, Beau the Husky Collie cross, and Mía the Chihuahua! Her dogs inspired her to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Kelsey graduated from Algonquin College as a Certified Veterinary Assistant in January 2019. As part of her program Kelsey completed a co-op placement with us and upon it’s completion was ecstatic to call Brockville Animal Hospital her new home. Although Brockville Animal Hospital is her first clinic experience, Kelsey provides to the team a diverse career in the financial district, customer service industry, and office administration.
When not attending to the farm, Kelsey loves to spend her free time exploring the beautiful 1000 Islands by boat with Mat and her dogs.
Kelsey is ecstatic to meet the families of Brockville and help provide exceptional veterinary care to their fur babies!
I was born here in Brockville, ON and I can’t remember a moment in my life where I wasn’t blessed with an animal to love. My grandparents owned a farm and I remember always feeding the barn cats and saving mice that wandered into the food bags. As I got older I finally went to St. Lawrence College in Kingston where I graduated as a Veterinary Assistant in August of 2019. Hoping to stay close to home and find a job in my field I quickly applied to Brockville Animal Hospital knowing this clinic has been offering assistance to the community and their pets in need for as long as I’ve been alive, what an honour it would be to work for. Here I am! Invited into this amazing group in November of 2019!
If I’m not cuddling your pet at Brockville Animal Hospital, I enjoy spending time with my daughter Taylyn, skating in the winter, swimming and baseball in the summer. We live with Hurley man, our 11 year old Lhasa Apso, our tortie, Raven and orange tabby, Ollie. Can’t wait to meet you and your wonderfully unique pets!
I was born in Brockville and grew up just west of Prescott. My grandfather had a dairy farm in Grantly area and some of my earliest memories are of accompanying him to the barn and seeing the cows, pigs and chickens. Growing up with three younger brothers my parents always made sure we had a variety of pets in the house whether it be fish, Budgies, a rabbit or a cat. We got our first Pomeranian, and it was love at first sight. Between mom and I we have always made sure that there is a least one or more Pomeranian in the house.
After spending a number of years in the grocery and high technology industries I was faced with making a career change and finally decided to follow my heart and enter the animal health care profession. I enrolled in the Veterinary Assistant program at St. Lawrence College and graduated in 2020. It was during a break in my studies that I was very fortunate to be able to first visit and volunteer at the Brockville Animal Hospital. It was during this time that I realized I had chosen the correct career path and I am very happy and proud to be able to join the excellent team of doctors and animal health care professionals here at the Brockville Animal Hospital.
I look forward to meeting you and your furry friends and will do all that I can to ensure that your visit to the Brockville Animal Hospital will be as enjoyable and stress free as possible.
When I am not at the hospital caring for your pets, I can usually be found spending time and spoiling my little furry Poms. I enjoy spending time down by the river or spending time with my family and friends.
I look forward to meeting you.
I have always had a passion for animals. I would always try and pet any animal I saw, growing up. I knew one day I would get to work with the most amazing creatures in the world. I am born and raised here in Brockville, where I met the love of my life and found a home here at this amazing clinic!
I went to school for Veterinary Assistant at St.Lawrence college in Kingston. I stayed in Kingston for 3 years then finally came back home to Brockville.
Some hobbies I enjoy are; being out in nature, dancing, staying fit, photography, collecting display weapons, playing a variety of games with my husband, cooking from scratch, and going for a drive with my music cranked!
My life goals are 1- To work with animals. (I found this amazing clinic!) 2-Finding love and getting married. ( I got married August of 2020 to a handsome man!) 3- Having Fur babies. ( I have two, Mittenz (Norwegian Forest cat) and Eclipse (Bombay). And Finally 4- Buying a house. I hope to in the next 5 years be able to get a lovely house here in town close to my G-pa.
Bio coming soon!
Julia-is no stranger to veterinary medicine. She began her career at Prescott Animal Hospital in 1996 where she worked for the next nine years. Thinking she might like a taste of human medicine she spent a year at a local general practitioner’s office but her love for animals brought her back to the Veterinary side where she joined the Brockville Animal Hospital, as a receptionist for the next three years. After relocating to Kingston she began working in a human orthopedic clinic as their receptionist. Growing up locally she missed the benefits a small town has to offer and was drawn back to the area where she rejoined the Brockville Animal Hospital in the fall of 2010. Away from the office Julia enjoys spending time with family & friends, nature walks, and looking after her four-year-old Golden retriever Brock, as well her 10 year old cat Thai.
I was working in the clothing industry for 7+ years and wanted to offer quality customer service in a different way. I had been a client of the BAH and always enjoyed the feeling of being a part of their family as soon as I walked through the door and the love and compassion they have always shown our fur-babies, cats Olive and Hazel, and dogs Willow and Sophee! That’s the quality that I have the want and need to give back.
From the moment you walk through the door whether for an appointment, food or just to say hello, I want you and your furry family to always feel welcome!
I attended St. Lawrence College here in Brockville, graduating in 2015 from the Office Administration program. The Brockville Animal Hospital is where my heart led me. I enjoy spending time with my, husband Stefan and daughter Austyn. I also enjoy yoga, and a hot cup of coffee. I can’t wait to meet you all and give your fur-babies lots of love.
I am originally from Peterborough, Ontario. My first job after attending Fleming College was at Parkhill Animal Hospital were I worked for 3 years until I met my wonderful husband Mike, who is in the Army. We got married in 1993 and moved to Kingston to begin a family. We have two children, Devyn and Sarah.
My fur family consists of Jinx, a Persian/Himalayan and two dogs, Gracie a loving Boxer and Abby an energetic Standard Poodle.
In 2008 I decided to go back to school and became a Certified Personal Support Worker and graduated with honours. I worked in Smiths Falls area in Home Care until we were posted to Trenton. I always missed working with animals and decided to go back into that field. I worked in Belleville and Trenton at various clinics covering maternity leaves until I was hired Full time at a small clinic in Belleville were I became Office Manager.
The summer of 2018 my husband was promoted and posted to Ottawa. We moved to Brockville were I had the wonderful opportunity to join the amazing team at Brockville Animal Hospital as a Customer Care Representative.
My whole life I have found comfort in the company of animals. When I’ve been happy, scared, sad or just in need of a hug it has always been my dog Gerty that I turn to (or any available four-legged furry friend, down for a snuggle). At every party, social event or even walking down the street – you can be sure that I will seek out and find the animal companion to hang out with. It’s taken me a few different career paths, in finance and customer service and an education in urban planning to realise that my real place is being surrounded by animals everyday. People say that when you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life and that couldn’t be more true (excuse the extreme cheesiness of that last line, I promise I’m normally better than that). I have found that perfect balance snuggling your pet companions at the Brockville Animal Hospital.
Outside of work you’ll find me either in the kitchen, cooking up some gourmet magic or in the great outdoors, enjoying whatever the day has to offer.
Carley was born and raised in Brockville. She completed a 2 year Medical Office Administration program at St. Lawrence College, graduating in 2017.
Carley’s passion for animals started at a young age. Growing up, she was always spending time with the family pets, spoiling them in any way she could. She finds peace and comfort in the presence of animals. Since graduating, Carley has been in the client care field but her love for animals paved a pathway to her new journey. In July of 2021, Carley received the amazing opportunity to join the Brockville Animal Hospital team as a Client Care Representative. She is so grateful for this experience and is looking forward to meeting the wonderful clients of BAH along with their precious fur babies!
Carley currently has 2 Persian cats: Ozzy and Muffin, who happen to be brother and sister. She enjoys taking long country drives and stopping to visit any horses she can along the way. She also enjoys painting and relaxing by the water enjoying a good book.
Growing up in the very small town of Lansdowne, around lots of wildlife, always having a couple of dogs, a cat, and on horseback at least twice a week, it really wasn’t long before knowing I wanted to be surrounded by animals as my career
My spare time involves lots of outdoors! concerts, events, fairs, four-wheeling, snowmobiling, trail riding with the barn friends, and spending lots of time with my fur children, Remi, Crush and Rhylie!
What really caught my eye in veterinarian medicine is being a kennel student and doing some Client Care work at age 13 at my hometown clinic and as well as having to do lots of equine emergency first aid courses. (Something I told myself I needed to do before finally purchasing my first horse at age 15!). Working constantly before and after school at my boarding stables. As well as still to this day I am digging deeper on how to further my education in the Vet Med world! Currently undergoing steps to Veterinarian Technician.
I was very ecstatic to be welcomed onto BAH’s wonderful team with open arms, and to build connections with such amazing clients!
Kailey grew up on a small dairy farm where her love for animals flourished. She decided to pursue her true passion which is working with animals. She loves meeting our clients and their pets that come into the clinic!
Kailey, her husband and 2 young children love spending time together. They enjoy weekends dirt biking. They have many furry family members including 3 dogs, 3 cats, and 1 rabbit. They also have a fish.
Bio coming soon!
Leslie began her career in veterinary medicine at the Morrisburg Animal Hospital in 1990. After relocating to Brockville in 1992 she joined Dr. Hanes and his team at the Brockville Animal Hospital as a Customer Care Representative. Leslie can still be occasionally found on the reception desk but primarily spends her time as Practice Manager of the hospital. Away from the office she enjoys spending time with her husband and their son as well as their dog “Sadie”, a King Charles Cavalier/ Sheltie mix and their cat “Zoe”, travelling, and football ….Go Redblacks Go!
I am a Veterinary Technician and the Director of Veterinary Services at the Brockville Animal Hospital. I still remember my very first day here as a student in 1994.
I grew up in a home where pets were very important. I have a boisterous lab who likes to steal things off the counter if he can, and a sweet torti cat named Maple who loves to clean Cooper’s face for him. I also have a charming guinea pig named Pig. I love spending time with my family, going to my children’s baseball, hockey and soccer games and travelling with my husband.
I am so lucky to be a part of this dedicated group of individuals. I have worked as a Veterinary Technician for 20 years and also as an instructor for the Veterinary Assistant program at St. Lawrence College in Kingston.
I can’t wait to meet you and the important pet in your life. Please come in to say hello!
I initially joined the Brockville Animal Hospital Team in 2005 as a Customer Care Representative. My first official day of work was June 20, 2005. I will always remember this as it was two days after my wedding! I think I might be in a bit of trouble if I forget!
In 2007, my husband and I decided to try out business ownership which led me to take a partial leave. Over the course of ten years I was fortunate enough to continue to fill in on an as-needed basis while running my businesses. I appreciated still being considered a part of such a fantastic team! In 2015 I returned to the BAH Team on a regular basis. It has been very rewarding to be back! I have recently enjoyed taking on different marketing/PR and admin rolls at BAH but you will still find me filling in on the front desk from time to time.
Outside of the clinic my husband, daughter and I enjoy spending time doing outside activities together, cuddling with our many pets and cooking.
Bio coming soon!
Tilly, started with the Brockville Animal Hospital in the Spring of 2011. We had a void to fill and she qualified as our new ambassador. Tilly fits in very well with our team and has made herself right at home. You can often find her snuggling with a staff member or called upon for her comforting abilities. She is very talented at purring and juggling her crinkle balls. Tilly is always eager to visit with clients. Come on in to see her, she will be waiting to welcome you and your pet. But please be sure to check your carrier, she sometimes likes to catch-a-ride!
River, started with the Brockville Animal Hospital in the Spring of 2022. We had a void to fill and she qualified as our new Junior Ambassador for our Brockville Waterfront Veterinary Services location. River fits in nicely with our team and has made herself right at home. You can often find her chasing her toys around the hospital or laying in the sun, people watching in one of our river-facing windows.