Animal Care Assistant, Client Care Representative

I am currently working on finishing my undergrad and then (hopefully) go to vet school! I have always wanted to be a veterinarian but never really thought it could be a possibility until now! I graduated from high school in 2017. I joined the clinic in May 2019!

Since I am just beginning my career in veterinary medicine every aspect of veterinary medicine interests me! Ask me in a couple of years and I might have a better answer! I love everything about my job at the moment, it is really hard to pick just one thing!

My favourite thing about the clinic is how kind and welcoming all of the staff is. Being new, everyone made me feel super comfortable and it is so easy to get along with all the staff!

A fun fact about myself is that I ride horses in my spare time! My horse's name is Quinn and we focus mainly on the dressage discipline with a little bit of jumping if we are feeling up to it! Another fun fact is that my first pet(s) were our dog Amber and cat Frank who had both been around before I was born!


Your Pet and Their Dental Health

We all realize the importance of our own dental routines to prevent the occurrence of dental disease within ourselves; dental care for our pets is equally important! Dental disease or periodontal disease is the most widespread disease associated with 80% of dogs and 70% of cats. It can lead to irritated gums, painful dental infections, tooth loss and can cause bacteria to travel through the bloodstream and compromise vital organs. Fortunately, with a proper dental routine designed for our pets, periodontal disease, in most cases, is preventable. Steps to preventing periodontal disease can include regular brushing, rinses, wipes, chews, dental diets, dental prophies or scaling and regular checkups. Click on the link below and watch a short video to learn steps on how you can easily make dental brushing apart of your pet’s everyday routine! https://www.ccv.adobe.com/v1/player/Ru55HeZoDkC/embed

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