Growing up in Australia, I knew I wanted to be a vet the moment I learned that animals had doctors. I’ve always felt a strong bond with the animals I met, and a sympathy for those in need of help. I loved training and caring for my family’s dogs, two cocker spaniels. I worked at an equestrian school during high school, and as a veterinary receptionist during university. I completed my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the University of Sydney in 2009. During my studies, I had the opportunity to handle a variety of animals, including corellas, gallahs, snakes, goannas, a dingo, and even a kangaroo!
I obtained my license with the College of Veterinarians of Ontario when I moved to Toronto in 2010. I practiced in Scarborough for 10 years, where I gained experience in general medicine and surgery for dogs and cats. In 2020, I transitioned to emergency medicine at a referral hospital in Toronto, where I received the benefit of mentorship from board-certified specialists. I’ve volunteered with the CVO as a Peer Advisor, and with the ICVA as a Subject Matter Expert. Now, I am excited to get back to general medicine and preventative healthcare, as part of the Dundas Euclid Veterinary team!
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