Our Care Team

Client Care Specialists

 Cynthia 1999- present

Cynthia has rejoined our client care specialist team part-time after an extended maternity leave with her second son Eric. Cynthia has been with Guelph Animal Hospital since 1999 and is excited to see all the familiar clients and pets as well as meeting all the new ones.

In her spare time (which is limited these days), she enjoys reading, playing monster trucks with her two boys, Richard and Eric, and having dinner out with her hubby Greg.




Katie joined the Guelph Animal Hospital team in July 2014 as a full-time Client Care Specialist. In 2009 she attended the University of Guelph and studied Zoology. Katie went on to work at African Lion Safari as an Animal Care Attendant, where she worked hands on with lions, giraffes, rhinos, and many other exotic animals.

When Katie is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Kyle, and their three cats, Zoe, Eddie and Sir Odin. She loves playing the piano, spending time with her family, and watching old Disney movies (her favourite is the Lion King).


Registered Veterinary Technicians


Diana has been with the Guelph Animal Hospital team since 2005 as a full-time R.V.T. after graduating from St Lawrence College in Kingston. Diana has a keen interest in hematology (blood work) and anesthesia. Toward the end of 2010 Diana took on the added challenge of becoming our Lead Technician, adding additional administrative tasks to her role to help further assist in making sure that each pet receives the same high standard of care. In her spare time, Diana enjoys camping, reading and spending time with her cat, “Eddie” and new addition Reese, a fun loving rescued Doberman puppy.



Originally from Sarnia, Rachel started out training in respiratory therapy but her love of animals soon caught up with her and she switched to the Veterinary Technician program at Georgian College in Orillia. It wasn’t until she moved cities and found a job at Guelph animal hospital that she was reminded of her interest in massage therapy and herbal medicine. She is very excited to see where this part of her life is going to take her.
She has an amazing hound called Duke; her 100 lbs body pillow and a kitty called Cali. She loves to play squash, go biking, bake and go up to the cottage whenever her pets aren’t keeping her busy.




Stacey joined the Guelph Animal Hospital team in 2010. She worked previously as a dental assistant but decided to go back to school to pursue her true passions in the veterinary field. After graduating from Georgian College in 2007, Stacey worked for 3 years at a small animal practice in Brantford. Looking to expand her veterinary experience, Stacey worked for a few other clinics in the surrounding area. Nothing seemed to fit perfectly so Stacey applied for a position at Guelph Animal Hospital. After a working interview, Stacey fell in love with the clinic and we fell in love with her!

When she’s not at the clinic working hard, Stacey can be found at home lounging with her pug “Preudence” the pug, “Pinot” and “Harvey” the cats, and new yellow lab “Vera”. In her free time, Stacey loves to read, cook, bake, camp, hike, bike and fish. She also loves to read, cook, bake, camp, hike, bike and fish. She also loves hanging out with her family – including 5 nieces – and friends.

Boutique Specialist


Sara joined the Guelph Animal Hospital team in August of 2014 as their Boutique Specialist. She brings a variety of experience to her new position from both retail and veterinary industries. She has managed a pet store, overseen a doggie daycare, and worked in the small animal wards of the Ontario Veterinary College. She loves greeting all of the clients who come through the door and helping them find the perfect product for their pets!

Outside of work Sara is an avid horseback rider and is working on improving her dressage skills. At home in Cambridge she lives with her husband Brad and their little dog Buffy.


The Puppy Tutor is Here!

Leslie, The Puppy Tutor

Leslie originally started at the Guelph Animal Hospital in 1991 after graduating with honours from the VT program at Seneca College and achieving a Bachelor of Science at the University of Toronto.  After spending many years with us, Leslie switched to an exclusively feline environment at the Guelph Cat Clinic and tried her hand in the research industry in a facility involving pet nutrition.  Following a two year stint at the research facility, she rejoined our team in the fall of 2008.

Leslie also has a special interest in canine and feline behavior and attends behavior and training seminars annually.  She has been an obedience instructor for over 20 years, and is a licensed obedience judge.  Leslie competes in obedience and agility with her Miniature Schnauzers and has several titles in both.  In fact, she is ranked both provincially and nationally!  This led to her new venture in 2013 when she decided to leave her technician role with us to start her own behaviour business in 2013.  You can still see Leslie here during puppy kindergarten and occasionally helping us out when we need it.

Leslie lives in Guelph with Scotty and 4 Miniature Schnauzers.  In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, golfing and bike riding.  She is also an avid reader and is keen on any murder mystery suggestions that you can throw her way