Pets played an important role in my life as I was growing up – and this bond inspired me to be a veterinarian. As a veterinarian, I am blessed to live this bond every day through the pets that walk in my door. It is this connection that allows me to focus on their overall well-being in a holistic approach.
After 20 years of veterinary medicine, I chose to become certified as a pet rehabilitation therapist. This skill has expanded my ability to assist my patients in being the best, healthiest version of themselves.
At Bronte Village Animal Hospital, we believe that a healthy outside starts with a healthy inside. We use nutrition, supplements, alternative, and traditional therapies to maximize pets’ health.
My perfect day would include a hike with my dogs (Stella and Chewy) or curling up with a book next to the three purring cats in our house (Atticus, Saffy, and Hunter). I also love to cook for my family! I have a special interest in exploring recipes that are made from organic whole ingredients.
Kaitlin JonesRegistered Veterinary Technician
Kaitlin is a veterinary technician who graduated from Georgian College in 2017. She is interested in going into canine rehabilitation and hopes to gain some experience while she is here. On the days she is not with us she works at our sister clinic in Brantford.
When she’s not working she can be found spending time with her family & friends or going for a hike with her dog Chloe (Shiba Inu mix). She also has a cat at home named Toby.
Amanda ThomsonRegistered Veterinary Technician
After 10+ years in the hospitality industry, Amanda decided to pursue her passion and follow her dream of working with animals. Amanda returned to school as a mature student and graduated in 2010 from Seneca College's Registered Veterinary Technician program. Over the past 8 years as an RVT Amanda has gained valuable experience working in all areas of veterinary medicine, from reception to surgery. Amanda started her career as an RVT at a small animal practice in Brampton and has continued to expand her knowledge in veterinary medicine by working at several animal hospitals including a busy emergency and referral hospital, as well as by volunteering while abroad at animal rescue organizations such as CLAW (Community Lead Animal Welfare) in South Africa, Playa Animal Rescue, and The Colina Spay/Neuter Clinic both located in Mexico. Her career path has ultimately led her to Bronte Village Animal Hospital where she is excited to join the Bronte Village team!
When not working or volunteering Amanda enjoys travelling, gardening and decorating. Amanda resides in Oakville with her partner Anthony, and her betta fish 'Flash'.