Suzanne has been a veterinarian at Snelgrove Veterinary Services since graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1992. Her approach to veterinary care is based on her amazing compassion for animals and her understanding of the important bond between people and the animals that they share their homes with. Anyone who has met with Dr. McQueen knows that she has a huge heart and shares a very special connection with her patients. On her days off, she is happiest spending time at her small farm in the country.
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 and began her career at Snelgrove Veterinary Services in 2007. In clinic, Dr. Jessica enjoys using a warm and honest style of preventative veterinary care to ensure that her patients stay happy and healthy throughout their entire lives. During her off time, Jessica is often busy in the stands cheering on her kids at their hockey or soccer games, or she can be found enjoying some quiet time with a good book.
Stephanie graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2008 and joined the Snelgrove Veterinary team in 2010. Dr. Gunsinger never shies away from a challenge within the clinic and is both direct and caring in her approach to animal health. She also finds infectious diseases to be one of the most interesting facets of veterinary medicine. At home, Stephanie is very active in spending time with her family, but is also known to take a break for a good video game.
Simone graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2013 and became part of the Snelgrove Veterinary Services team in 2015. Dr. Simone understands the importance of building meaningful relationships with her clients and strives to do so. She also has a special interest in palliative care, which compliments her kind and caring approach to veterinary health very well. Outside of the clinic, Simone can be found training for her latest triathlon or working on her photography.