Our Caring & Compassionate Veterinary Team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Scott Veterinary Clinic in Brantford! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets! Please call us at 519-752-3431 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!


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Dr. Shannon Lee


Dr. Lee is the current owner of Scott Veterinary Clinic. She is excited to have joined the team here at Scott Veterinary Clinic in 2014 and looks forward to meeting all of our wonderful patients and their families.

Dr. Lee graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2004 and subsequently decided to pursue additional training in working with exotic animals-her passion. She completed a 1 year internship in avian and exotic medicine and surgery at the Ontario Veterinary College before moving onto general practice. You may have met Dr. Lee at any number of veterinary clinics in the Hamilton/Brantford area as she spent several years working as a relief veterinarian and operating her own mobile service.

While not at work, Dr.Lee and her husband Matt, keep busy running after their 11 year old daughter Brooklyn and their 6 year old old twins; Aubrey and Colten. They share their home with a bouncy mastiff cross named Max and a turtle named Franklin. In their spare time, Dr. Lee and her family enjoy gardening and camping.

Dr. Lee looks forward to meeting you and your family!


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Dr. Lorna Mantle


Dr. Mantle has been working at Scott Veterinary Clinic since 1984.

She was raised in a small town in Quebec, where she became an avid equestrian competitor, owning and showing horses in various disciplines of the horse industry. As a natural progression of her equestrian passions, she developed an early interest in veterinary medicine. She completed a year of post-secondary education at Concordia University in Montreal prior to transferring to the University of Guelph. She graduated with a BSc in Agriculture from the Ontario Agricultural College in 1977, and then continued on to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1981. She has been working in private practice since graduation.

She shares her home with her husband, two children, multiple cats, several horses and a flock of heritage chickens. Her personal interests include gardening, equestrian pursuits, breeding heritage chickens, and travel. She is a keen orchid grower, and is the past secretary of the Orchid Society of the Royal Botanical Gardens.

Dr. Elizabeth Myers


Dr. Elizabeth Myers earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kansas in 2006 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from Kansas State University in 2011. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2002 and practiced in the States before moving to Ontario in 2019. Her professional interests include exotic animal medicine and alternative medical therapies, including Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Meyers is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and Tui-na (a form of acupressure massage) from the Chi Institute in Florida, USA. She is currently working towards additional certifications in Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy as well as becoming board certified in Exotic Companion Mammal Practice. She is equally passionate about ensuring patients have access to all possible therapies to maximize their health as she is about educating clients. She is a member of the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians, the Association of Avian Veterinarians, the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, and the World Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.

She shares her home with her husband, who is also a veterinarian. In her free time she likes to run, knit, bake, camp, and hike. While she recently lost her 12-year old dwarf Netherland bunny, Maude, she has cared for many pets over the years, including cats, dogs, rats, hamsters, and her favourite: bunnies.


Crystal Nicholls


Crystal started volunteering at a young age as a dog walker for neighbours and as a co-op student at Parkdale Animal Hospital in Waterloo. Along with caring for her own pets growing up, these experiences left no doubt in her mind that she wanted to pursue a career working with animals. Crystal has a thorough background in animal care and veterinary services. She graduated with distinction in both the Animal Care program at Sheridan College (2006) and the Veterinary Technology program at the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus (2010). Eager to continue pursuing her passion, she went on to ascertain positions in a shelter, clinical settings, and insurance-related pet care. Crystal assists with lab work, surgery, caring for patients, and reception. She now resides in Guelph with her husband Dave, their cat, Baby and their 2 dogs, Tanner and Steve. Crystal enjoys spending time with her furry children, family, and friends. She also loves camping and reading.

Emily Csutorka

Animal Health Technician

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Sue Mazi

Head technician

Sue has been working at Scott Veterinary Clinic since 1994. She has always been crazy about animals and has been involved in a variety of animal related activities throughout her career ranging from working with race horses to grooming dogs. While at work, Sue can be found helping out just about anywhere, although her main duties include monitoring anesthesia of our patients during surgery, running the laboratory, and taking x-rays. Her main areas of interest include anesthesia, pain management, and dentistry. Sue is originally from Hamilton and lived for many years on a hobby farm not far from Lake Erie. She owned and showed horses for more than 25 years in English and Western disciplines as well as pleasure riding. After selling her farm and downsizing to a home in Dunnville, Sue and her husband have developed a passion for gardening, fishing, and travelling. They share their home with their 2 cats, Baxter and Rufous.


Holly Apps, CVA

Assistant, Receptionist

Holly started her career working on a horse farm in 2013. She has always loved animals and decided to pursue a career in the veterinary field. She graduated with distinction from the Veterinary Office Administration program at the University of Guelph's Ridgetown campus in 2017. From there, she wrote the Certified Veterinary Assistant (CVA) exam from the National Association of Veterinary Technicians of America (NAVTA). She completed her 4 week externship with us here at SVC, and we loved her so much that we decided to hire her! In her spare time, Holly enjoys hiking and rock climbing. At home, she has 2 dogs, Willow and Pepper and 3 rabbits, Luna, Olive, and Ben. She also competes in the Western gaming classes at local fairs with her horse Frost.

Laura DaMaren


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Jessica Latinski

Assistant, Receptionist

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Part-Time Staff

Samantha Mank


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Megan McMullen

Kennel Attendant

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Clinic Cat

When Zeta first arrived at Scott Veterinary Clinic she was somewhat feral and no one could get near her. Now she’s very friendly and frequently found lounging on the counter or chairs in the reception area. Don’t let her fool you-she’s very busy as Assistant Practice Manager. She keeps tabs on everyone in every department. Keep up the good work, Zeta!


Clinic Cat

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