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, dogs Tanner and Steve and 2 cats Handsome and Baby. Crystal enjoys spending time with her furry children, family, and friends. She also loves camping and reading.
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 two cats, Baxter and Rufous.