The Snelgrove Veterinary Team

Meet Our Wonderful Veterinarians here at Snelgrove Veterinary Services in Brampton

Dr. Suzanne McQueen

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.

Dr. Judy da Costa

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.

Dr. Jessica Ioannou

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.

Dr. Stephanie Gunsinger

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).

Dr. Simone Herrlinger

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.

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