Dr. Alison Jones grew up in Thunder Bay, and knew from a very young age that veterinary medicine would become her life’s passion. A side-track led her to an eight year career as a registered nurse, working in the ICU at two busy Toronto hospitals. Eventually, though, Alison’s veterinary dream reclaimed her, and she graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1997. Since then, she has worked predominantly in Wellington County, but also loved the 1 ½ years she spent at a busy practice in Halifax, NS.
As a breeder and exhibitor of Great Danes since 1992, Alison naturally developed a special interest in canine reproduction, and has spent much of her career refining her skills in that area. In addition, she is an experienced and meticulous soft-tissue surgeon, but enjoys all aspects of her chosen work.
During her off hours, Dr. Jones relaxes on long walks in the forest with her two Great Danes, with whom she also spends time in the show ring.
Michelle is a proud graduate of Ridgetown College’s Veterinary Technician program and has been working as an RVT in small animal clinics for over 15 years. Michelle is a loving pet mom to a goofy Dachshund named Hundley and to a spoiled Ragdoll Kitten named Yoshi.
Michelle, her husband and two young boys can often be found camping, hiking, geocaching and enjoying local parks, trails and events.
Michaela is a graduate from both Sheridan College for an Animal Care Attendant and a 2020 graduate from the Veterinary Technician program at St. Clair College, where she also adopted her four-legged best friend, River.
Animals have always been a big part in Michaela’s life, so much so, she wanted to continue that passion for animals by turning it into her career. In her free time, you can find her out adventuring with River; at her grandparents' farm, hiking, camping and spending time with friends and family.
Kerri graduated from the VT program at Seneca College in May of 2016, and has been working at Alma Street Animal Hospital since we opened our doors in March 2017.
She has always had a love and passion for animals and has wanted to work with them since she was a little girl. She has a special interest in critical care as well as canine reproduction. In her spare time, she enjoys playing sports (hockey in the winter, fast pitch in the summer), and spending time with her family and friends at her cottage on Georgian Bay.
Kerri currently lives in Guelph with her husband Nick, her rescue dog Zeppelin, and two cats Henry and Oliver!