I am one of the senior Receptionists at Mountainview Animal Hospital. Throughout my years I have grown up with a variety of animals from reptiles and rodents to dogs.That is why I have chosen this career path. The time that I have spent here I have greatly enjoyed. I am looking forward to getting to know you and your pets. I currently share my home with my husband Trevor, my son Connor, my yellow lab Molson, and my cats Chubbs & Elwood.
My name is Jennifer. I am one of the senior Receptionist at Mountainview Animal Hospital. I have a passion for animals and enjoy sharing my home with my dogs, cats, rabbits and hamster. I am also blessed to share my passion of animals with my two beautiful daughters and my husband. I look forward to meeting you and your pets.
I am one of the Registered Veterinary Technicians at Mountainview Animal Hospital.
I worked for many years as a Registered Veterinary Technician before taking time off to raise our daughter. I have been lucky to return to the veterinary world to work with such a fantastic team at Mountainview Animal Hospital.
I look forward to helping take great care of your pets.
I share my home with my husband Mark, our daughter Jess, our dogs Sugar and Ben, our cat Nemo and guinea pigs Zara and Chloe.
Hi, my name is Medori. I am an evening, part-time receptionist at Mountainview Animal Hospital. I’ve grown up with and have always had a deep love and compassion for our furry friends. Life is always on the go with my husband Scott and our two beautiful girls, who also share in our love of animals and nature. Tank, our Saint Bernard mix, is 165lbs of pure gold! He’s a bit of a rockstar in the neighbourhood, so if you see him, don’t be shy, slobbery kisses are free! And announcing the newest member of the gang, Blue, our American Bulldog rescue. A handsome boy and forgiving spirit, this little man quickly found a place in our home and hearts. Blue had been dealt a rough hand until he walked through the loving doors of Mountainview Animal Hospital. With the care of Dr. Ewing and our team, he now has a second chance at life, health and happiness. Looking forward to seeing you and all your wonderful pets.
My name is Gabi. I am an evening part-time receptionist at Mountainview Animal Hospital. Like the rest of the team, I also have a great passion for animals. I have worked in the animal care industry for the last 19 years; initially working in a pet store, then in veterinary hospitals as an Animal Care Attendant and now as a Receptionist. I moved to Georgetown in 2018 and have come to love its small town feel. I enjoying spending time with my hockey loving husband and my 2 babies. My fur baby Frisky, and my nine month old son Noah – Of course named after the Biblical Story with all the animals!
My name is Candice. I am an Animal Attendant at Mountainview Animal Hospital. I am the fur mom to my dog Kaido. I adopted Kaido from a shelter in Oklahoma. I have adopted all of my dogs and that is where my love of animals came about. I couldn’t imagine working in a different industry. Dedicating my life to helping animals in anyway I can, fulfills my purpose in life.
Hi everyone! My name is Danielle and I am an animal attendant at Mountainview Animal Hospital. I have always loved animals and am so excited to be working with such an amazing and dedicated team. I joined the team in 2017, and my goal is to become a veterinarian. I thoroughly enjoy meeting all of our patients and ensuring I do whatever is needed to make their time with us the best experience it can be. I share my house with some furry family members – 3 cats (Roxy, Gracie and Mickey), a dog (Frisky) a hamster (Hammie) and one fish (Fishy) – they keep me busy! In my spare time, I ride and jump a very handsome horse named Liam that has an incredible knack for posing for the camera, and volunteer at Waves Special Olympics here in Georgetown. Large animals or small, I love them all!
Tux came to us during the summer of 2010. He immediately made himself at home and took on the role of ‘court jester’. Tux is a non stop bundle of energy; he could replace the rabbit in the energizer battery commercials. If it is open, he jumps in it; if it is high, he climbs it; if you are reading it, he lies on it but only for a moment, then he attacks your pen; if it moves, he attacks it; and if it is alive, it should play with him. He has no sense of boundaries, so don’t be surprised if he walks right up to greet you and your pet as you walk in the front door. He is a constant source of entertainment and comic relief here at Mountainview Animal Hospital; we look forward to seeing what crazy things he will do next.
Pixie is our resident bird here at Mountainview Animal Hospital. She has been with us for a few years. Pixie loves to play with all her toys and loves to sing. If your lucky she may sing to you next time you are in our waiting room.
On Thursday June 4th 2020, our Pixie passed away. Pixie loved it when clients would talk to her. She would tilt her head, listen intently and squawk back. While her chatter was not particularly lyrical, the silence without her is deafening. We will miss our Pixie.
Nike was the resident cat at Mountainview Animal Hospital. She was adopted by Dr. Ewing in November 2001 and immediately made herself right at home. Her duties include eating, drinking, shedding, and occasionally vomiting a fur ball on Dr. Ewing’s desk and computer monitor. She was also responsible for providing entertaining stories for Dr. Ewing to write about in the newsletter. Her favourite part of the day was attempting to steal her human co-workers lunches; on a really good day she may manage to run off with a quarter chicken from Swiss Chalet. She was also working on a plot to re-program her automatic feeder to feed her more often.
Sadly, on Friday February 5, 2010, Nike lost her battle with cancer. Although she lived to be almost 16 years old, to the humans she leaves behind, it was not enough time. We thank her for the love, the cuddles, the purrs and all the moments she made us laugh. She will always hold a special place in our hearts and she will be forever missed.
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