Growing up in Fonthill, Dr. Angela always knew she wanted to be a vet, subjecting her dogs, horse and various pocket pets to routine “examinations” on a regular basis. Nowadays, she lives in St. Catharines with her crazy but sweet Bullmastiff Drogon.
Dr. Angela received her Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology from McMaster University in 1998, followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2004, with some time off in between working at the Wildlife Forensic Lab at Trent University. Throughout vet school, she worked in the Small Animal Intensive Care Unit, learning directly from their talented and knowledgeable staff.
After graduation, she moved back to the Niagara region and has been working in small animal practice ever since, joining the Huntington team in 2021. She is a Fear Free certified practitioner and is invested in ensuring that all pets are handled with dignity and kindness and in a minimally stressful way beginning from their very first visit.
When not at work, you will find her being walked by the dog, with her nose in a book, or trying out new recipes (half of which are destined to fail, but this doesn’t stop her from trying). She’s also a pretty big Raptors fan and can spend hours discussing the team (so don’t get her started).
Professional Interests: Internal Medicine, Oncology, Dermatology, Behaviour and Anxiety Management