621 Barton St Unit 7

Stoney Creek, ON L8E5R8 Canada


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  • Aaron
    Veterinary Technician

    Aaron joined Fruitland Veterinary Hospital in August of 2014 is a University of Guelph, Ridgetown graduate. She has a special interest in surgery and anesthesia, dentistry and emergency medicine. She strives to provide the best possible care to every pet that we see. She continues her education through conferences and Continuing Education credits.

    In her spare time she loves spending time with her family, her husband Mike and her son, as well as her Siamese cats Primrose, Prudence, and Lynyrd, her dogs Isolde, Luna, Chief and her Clydesdale Buttercup.

  • Sarah
    Veterinary Assistant, Office Manager

    Sarah has been with Fruitland Veterinary Hospital since April of 2014. She graduated from the University of Guelph with a Performance Horse Handler Certificate, and from Mohawk College with a Veterinary Office Management Certificate. She continues her pursuit of education with CE credits provided for veterinary professionals. Her interests lie in parasitology, internal medicine and animal nutrition.

    In her spare time Sarah enjoys riding horses and spending time with her 3 cats, Remington, Winchester and Mauser.

  • Nicky
    Veterinary Assistant, Reception

    Nicky joined the clinic in September of 2016. She graduated Sheridan College with a Certificate in Animal Care and is most interested in dermatology and the study of bacterial infections. She volunteers her time with local animal rescues and fosters ones in need. Her experience with sick and abandoned pets has fuelled her passion for pet owner education and animal welfare awareness.

    She lives at home with her husband and small menagerie of animals of which include a Labrador named Stormy, Japanese Chin x called Finn and an ever-changing list of foster cats. She enjoys cuddling up with her dogs and reading thriller/horror novels.

  • Ziggy Stardust
    Customer Care Representative

    Ziggy became a part of our team in March of 2016. He came in as a part of the rescue and was supposed to be adopted out, but we thought he was too cute and didn’t let him leave. He has since come out of his shell and loves greeting everyone to come through the door and get all their things covered in fur.

    His favourite things to do are sleep and cuddle. He tends to drool when he is happy, which is all the time, and gets made fun of for this on a regular basis.

  • Calypso
    Quality Control Technician

    Calypso started with us in October of 2016. She also wasn’t supposed to stay but has some health issues, so the clinic decided it would be best she lives here. She is mostly blind, has attitude problems, and struggles with IBS and flatulence. She spends her days keeping Ziggy on his toes and making absolutely anything she can find into a toy.

    Her favourite pastime is taste testing anything in her reach. She has a lovely singing voice and takes great pleasure in reminding the rest of the staff of this often.

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  • "We very recently just had to take our ferret Belle in for spaying in order to break her heat. They were amazing with her. Not only did they fix her problem, but they saved her life. Our family is forever grateful. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts."
    Katrina B / Stoney Creek, ON

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