I graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2005. I have since been practicing as a small animal veterinarian in the GTA and have experience with a wide variety of emergency, medical and surgical cases. After rescuing a basset hound with a congenital limb deformity, I was able to observe the benefits of physical therapy allowing her to recover fully from orthopedic surgery. This led me to pursue additional training in the emerging field of veterinary physical rehabilitation and I became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (C.C.R.P.), through the University of Tennessee, in July 2018.

I have worked in a variety of referral hospitals, offering physical rehabilitation assessments and treatments, and am excited to provide this service to pets in the comfort of their own homes. I thoroughly enjoy working with my patients and their caregivers to ease their pet’s pain and improve their quality of life and mobility, no matter what age or stage they are at.

In my spare time you will find me exploring local hiking trails and biking with my children. My family is lucky to share our home with our rescued cats- Leonard DiCatprio, Maxximus Digitus and Poppy.

Preferred Pronouns: She, Her