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Dr. Oliver Sterbinsky graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph in 1993. He loves the day to day interactions with his employees, clients and patients.
Dr. Sterbinsky enjoys triathlons and spending time with his family. He participates regularly in a variety of charity events such as Spin for breast cancer awareness and research, Tour for Kids and MS Climbs. Dr. Sterbinsky is also the proud owner of a beautiful and energetic Aussiedoodle named Maya.
"There is nothing more satisfying than knowing your team consistently works together to improve the quality of life of all pets and their families."
Dr. Johnson graduated from Tufts University of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. She enjoys meeting clients and discovering more about our pet community. In her off time, Dr. Johnson can be found chasing her 3 kids and her cats! She also enjoys swimming and yoga.
Dr. Odell graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1998. Dr. Odell comes with plenty of emergency room experience. He loves having the chance to make a difference in the lives of his patients and their families. Jeff also enjoys rollerblading, playing hockey, and camping.
Dr. Kamula Graduated from Ontario Veterinary College. The majority of her experience is in small animal general practice back home in Ancaster, along with some community outreach experience in different cities around Ontario. Dr Kamula's cat, Franklin, is more like a dog. He answers when called by name, plays fetch with his toys, and even greets her at the door everyday. Her dog Kozmo is in his senior years now, however he still believes he is a puppy. Dr Kamula loves sports – all different kinds! Especially golfing in the summer. She also likes to bake and cook new dishes in her spare time.
"It is a heartwarming feeling when one can positively impact a life so innocent and dependant on those around them. A life so selfless and grateful."
Brigitte's never wavering positive attitude is a great quality of hers. She enjoys trying new foods, rollerblading, and travelling.
"There are so many things I love about Veterinary Nursing such as the medical aspect, the animals and the people I work with!"
Christina graduated with a bachelor of science and a double major in marine and wildlife biology. She enjoyed travelling to Australia and working with horses. She has a rat named captain Morgan who knows tricks such as "spin", "stand" and "give kisses". Christinas enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and listening to music.
"This is a very rewarding career. I get to help animals on a daily basis, work with other animal lovers and everyday learn from different cases."
Meaghan has received with Honours a bachelor in Journalism from University of King’s College and then completed a Veterinary Technician diploma from Seneca College. Meaghan has worked for several years as an animal care attendant as well as surgical assistant. She used to volunteer with Toronto Cat Rescue, and at the Toronto Humane Society in their feral at spay/neuter clinics. She also worked with socializing the behavioural cats. Meaghan adopted her dog Elliott from the Toronto Humane Society 10 years ago.
"I didn’t intend on getting a dog, I’d actually planned on adopting a cat and had bought everything I needed the night before I went to THS. However when I arrived at the shelter, I thought I’d take a peek at the dogs first and that’s when I saw Elliott. He was skinny, dirty and crying and I thought, “he’s perfect”. It was truly love at first sight!".
In her spare time, Meaghan likes Hiking, swimming, travelling, reading and spending time with her animals.
"Helping a pet and their owner during an illness and then later on seeing the pet recovered, healthy and well is really what I love about being an RVT."
Danielle has a degree in psychology from East Carolina University and she also completed the Veterinary Technician program from Cedar Valley College. She rescued Jax, a puppy she found on the side of the highway when he was 1 month old. Danielle had a University scholarship to play soccer for 4 years at East Carolina University. She spends most of her free time watching movies and working out.
"Being able to help all of the animals and having the opportunity to learn more about the medical aspect of the industry".
Emilie has over 8 years experience in the veterinary industry. Emilie enjoys getting to know our customers and helping them to have the best experience at our hospital. She loves traveling, signing, and spend time with her cat Jasper.
"I love seeing the faces on happy pets and their owners when they come in"
Yasmin first volunteered at a vet clinic when she was 16 years old. She always had a passion for animals and wildlife and was also fascinated with the surgery process. Growing up in Guelph, she would come home every spring with injured birds, frogs, mice and one time a whole bunch of baby ducks. Yasmin has also studied journalism at Humber College. Yasmin really enjoys spending time with animals and developing a relationship with their owners. Yasmin has two French bulldogs, a beautiful cocker spaniel, 2 cats and a menagerie of reptiles. My partner and I have a whole room in their house dedicated to reptiles.
Yasmin grew up in the arts and developed a passion for dancing, acting and singing. She has a band that goes under the name Yasmin Soul. She writes stories, poems and songs. She is incredibly outdoorsy so most weekends you will find her fishing, hiking or camping.
"The idea of helping animals was always something I saw myself doing."
Kristy has a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science from the University od Guelph. Kristy ia completing a Veterinary Technician program at Seneca College. She has a bunny names Reese who gets her own room in her house. Reese likes to feel like she's the boss by scratching empty her food bowl to let her know it's time to feed her. Kristy loves the outdoors, hiking, exploring new places and trying new things, especially new foods. She is a mentor at Seneca College and she loves helping new students transition into the veterinary programs. She is also learning German.
"Being with animals every day, I get to learn their individual personalities. Getting them back to those healthy, happy selves is the most rewarding feeling."