Suzanne has been a veterinarian at Snelgrove Veterinary Services since graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1992. In 1996, Suzanne left Snelgrove only to return five years later. Her relationships with both clients and patients are second to none. Compassionate, understanding and knowledgeable, she has proven to herself time and time again that veterinary medicine is her true calling.
She has taken her love for animals beyond the clinic and shares her home with 5 dogs, 3 cats, 3 horses, a bird and her husband, Rob. In her rare spare time, Suzanne can be found either mucking stalls or out riding her horses in the Caledon Hills.
Judy graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1998. She is well loved by staff and clients alike for being a caring and thorough veterinarian. She has two sons, Marcus and Ethan, with her husband Martin. She shares her home with her 2 cats, Toopy and Binou. In the summer, she enjoys spending time at her family’s cottage and in the winter she can be found skiing the slopes of Ontario.
Jessica graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2006. Jessica and Bill share their home with their 4 children, 2 of the human kind, Zoe and Max, and 2 of the 4-legged kind, Oscar and Rudy. Both Oscar and Rudy were rescued after becoming very sick with Parvovirus and with her special brand of TLC they bounced back to be healthy family members.
Stephanie graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2008. Stephanie and Tim share their home with their 2 children, Grant and Abigail, as well as their pets, her whippet, Gilley, 3 cats: Inca, one-eyed Eddie (on whom she performed surgery just four weeks after graduation), and their evil brother, Ares, who loves to eat shoelaces, much to Stephanie's chagrin and 2 goldfish (Data and Lore), Beta fish (Chewy).
Growing up in Germany and emigrating to Canada when she was 12, Simone grew up on a farm where she developed a deep passion for the health and welfare of animals. Simone graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2013 and spent her first 2 years practicing in the Ottawa area. She enjoys nurturing the human-animal bond and has a special interest in surgery. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, photography and spending time with her dog Tipsy and cats, Minnie and Winston.
Helen has been the practice manager and head technician at Snelgrove Veterinary Services since 1990. When she started here, Snelgrove was a large animal clinic that served the many dairy farms in the area. As the years progressed and the farms moved farther and farther North, Helen helped change Snelgrove into a predominately small animal hospital, focusing on dogs and cats. Although many of you wouldn’t recognize Helen, most of your pets would know her as the person who helped care for them during their stays and trips to the back office. Helen and Dave share their home with their 4 children, her mother and 3 dogs, Tucker, Spike and Hudson.
Donna is our Front Office Manager and Patient Care Advocate here at Snelgrove Veterinary Services. She has been warmly welcoming and working with both clients and patients since 1995. Donna's day focuses on following up with special care cases and ensuring our patients are receiving the best care possible. Donna and her husband, Randy, have made it a priority in their lives to provide a loving home for their many cats and dogs, with a new addition of an outdoor frog pond. Donna actively helps find homes for dogs, cats and other pets and is a firm believer in rescue, adoption and fostering.
On a non-animal related note; Donna has a special passion for gardening and we would like to thank her for always keeping our gardens bright, beautiful, colourful and flourishing.
After successfully completing the Animal Care program at Sheridan College, Stephanie immediately joined our team here at Snelgrove Veterinary Services in 2001. Stephanie and Colin share their home with their son Wesley, daughter Kadence and her little chihuahua, Honey. Stephanie keeps herself extremely busy raising her children and enjoys grooming and shopping for not only the kids and household but also accessories for Honey.
Always greeting everyone with a smile when they come through the door, Kaitlin is a receptionist here at Snelgrove Veterinary Services. She has been actively working and volunteering in veterinary hospitals since 2003, and completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph in 2009. On her days off, Kait enjoys exploring the many surrounding hiking trails and natural wonders with her husband Andrew and Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Rennik. Kait and her husband recently welcomed their first child, Elora. Congratulations. When she finds time for herself, she loves nothing more than curling up with a good book and her cats, Adelaide and Everley.
Pattie joined us in March 2013 and we are very happy to have her. Her bubbly personality coupled with her genuine compassion towards animals has made her a valuable asset to our team. In 2005, she completed the veterinary technician program at Georgian College and became fully licensed in 2006. Pattie has come to us from a hospital in Toronto and has received specialized training while working at an emergency veterinary hospital. She enjoys interacting with clients and their four-legged family members. Pattie shares her home-life with her husband Mike, daughter Isabella, son Alexander and their Golden Retriever, Dakota and cat, Ally.
Summer started working at Snelgrove Veterinary Services as a co-op student back in 1998. Ever since then, Summer has been an employee of ours in some capacity, even while obtaining her undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph, working in animal research at the University of Toronto, and, finally, becoming a successful entrepreneur with her own grooming business, Pretty in Pink Pet Parlor. Although she may only work for us part-time now, Summer is a full-time asset to our hospital.
Like many before her, Sheila joined us after her high school co-op placement in 2007. Since then, she has been one of our part-time team members. Sheila spends her time raising her daughter, Jordan, her Persian, Princess Emily and her Bichon X, Dakota.
Danielle is one of our newest part-time Veterinary Assistants. She is currently studying a Veterinary Assistant course online with Stratford Career Institute, and with further education and training, hopes to one day be a Registered Veterinary Technician. In her spare time, she likes to horseback ride and spend time with her cats and 2 dogs, Logan and Maya.
Melanie began as a part time employee here at Snelgrove in October 2014 and has since been upgraded to full time! Always smiling and making us laugh, she graduated from Sheridan College in the Veterinary Office Administration program. Melanie enjoys spending her spare time with her dogs, Abby & Lexi, as well as her many cats!
Anna began volunteering with us in early 2015 and shortly thereafter progressed to working part-time with us. She is currently studying nursing at Seneca College. While she plans on getting pets of her own one day, she dotes on every animal that comes into the clinic in the meantime! In her spare time, Anna enjoys playing pop music on the acoustic guitar.
Lynnette has worked in the veterinary field since 1990, initially as an animal care attendant, then becoming a receptionist and then graduating from Seneca College in 1999 as a registered veterinary technician (RVT). Working at a busy clinic in Etobicoke for many years, Lynnette took some time off to raise her 2 children, before trying her hand at being an equine RVT at a local horse hospital. After they closed their doors in January 2015, Lynnette went back to working with small animals again at a veterinary hospital in Orangeville before joining the team at Snelgrove Vet Services in January 2016. Lynnette currently lives at her home in Caledon with her husband, two preteen children, and their crazy Boston terrier, Woody. She enjoys reading, hiking, swimming and canoeing, and can’t wait for the next animal in-need to join her family.
Lesley graduated from the technician program at Ridgetown College in 2006. She started out in equine medicine, but in 2008 changed to small animal emergency. After 6 years of working in emergency only (2 of those years working overnights) she decided to make another change after the birth of her son. At that time, we welcomed her at Snelgrove. Lesley's family includes her husband Reid and son Axle. She also resides with her 2 cats, Anthony and Liza and her 2 large dogs, Casey and Finnagan. She enjoys reading, actively plays soccer, walking her dogs, cooking and spending time with her family.