Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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Susan graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph and then completed an Small Animal Internship in surgery and medicine at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Prince Edward Island. She has been practicing in the Rice Lake area for over 20 years. Susan has a special interest in internal medicine, including alternative care such as Homeopathy. She enjoys tayloring a plan specific to your pets' individual needs. In her spare time, you will find her horseback riding, kayaking or hiking with the dogs. Susan and her husband Rick reside at Cedar Pond Farm, shared with a variety of animals including horses, chickens and ducks.
Christie graduated in 2003 from the Veterinary Technician program at Northern College and then received her RVT accreditation from the Ontario Association of Veterinarian Technicians. Having worked in a variety of mixed small animal and exotic animal practices for over ten years, she brings experience, calmness and patience when working with routine appointments and emergencies. Christie’s special interests include radiology, anaesthesia, emergency and internal medicine. Christie has been surrounded by animals her entire life growing up in a family that always had pets, whether it be a guinea pig or a dog! Currently, she shares her life with her partner Erin and their border collie Polaris. Christie has always had a desire to advocate for animals and finds veterinary medicine an excellent means in doing so. In her spare time Christie enjoys gardening, camping, fishing, boating, and basically anything outside!
Kim graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1994, then, combining both her love for animals and her extensive experience and skills as a chiropractor, she attended the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre in 2008, where she is currently co-director and an instructor. Kim is further certified with the College of Animal Chiropractors and devotes much her time to education and the evolution of Animal Chiropractic in Canada. Since giving up her human practice to focus on animal chiropractic, her patients now consist mainly of horses, cats, and dogs. Kim’s calm, gentle touch puts animals (and owners) at ease allowing her to skillfully address a variety of muscle, joint and related nerve issues. Kim shares her life with her two amazing children, Sam and Grace, cats, Daisy and Harry, and much loved 4-legged companion, Reggie. In her spare time, Kim and Reggie compete in the dog sport of Dock Jumping.
Ali has always had a love for animals and people. She started working for a veterinary clinic at the early age of eleven and easily found her passion Having worked for a variety of small animal clinics for over twenty five years, she brings much experience with a special interest in nutrition. She prides herself in establishing and maintaining close client relations. Ali is happily married to her handsome husband Brad of fifteen years and extremely proud of their son Curtis, who always keeps them laughing. In her spare time Ali enjoys walking her two Bullmastiffs, Cricket and Clay. Cuddling with her two feline friends, Jasper and Kiwii. Participating in 5k runs and gardening.