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Client Care Specialist

Alexandra picked out her first puppy when she was only three years old, and spent much of her spare time growing up researching everything she could find about animal health, nutrition, and healthcare. She’s been fascinated by veterinary medicine all her life! The older she got, the more she knew that she was destined to help animals professionally. Alexandra is now a proud member of Aldershot Animal Hospital’s Veterinary Assistant team.

Alexandra grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, and attended summer camp at the local SPCA, even volunteering to provide support in the kennel as she got a little older. 

After working in a barn during high school, she took a job at a pet hotel in Stoney Creek, Ontario to further her experience in the world of animal care. Next, Alexandra decided to dive headfirst into the veterinary world and started volunteering at a few local clinics. When a positioned opened here at Aldershot Animal Hospital, she jumped at her chance! Alexandra has been a member of the clinic family since January of 2019.

Medically, Alexandra is interested in pet nutrition and loves to recommend great food products to the area’s pet owners. She’s also fond of dentistry work. Most of all, she loves to meet and greet the pets and animal parents of the area every single day.

Alexandra’s interests away from work include hiking, camping, and spending time with her own pets. She and her boyfriend, Nick, share their lives with four animal companions: Winnie, a Chihuahua/Yorkie mix who would spend all day on Alexandra’s lap if she could; a Chihuahua/Toy Fox Terrier mix named Lucy who is always ready for an adventure; Luna, a rescued cat who serves as the “mama” of the house; and a rescued cat named Moose who always finds ways to drive her sisters crazy.



Veterinary Assistant

Ever since she was young, Allison has wanted to work closely with animals and meet new people. After joining the staff at Aldershot Animal Hospital, she has not only ended up working with animals, she has also ended up being a part of an amazing family at the clinic!

Allison grew up in Brantford, and her first experience with animals and animal hospitals came when she was a child.

Her family had a dog named Jesse, and whenever they would take the dog to the veterinarian, young Allison would come along. Once they arrived at the clinic, her curiosity would take over and she’d ask a lot of questions, as she was interested in how things worked in the veterinary world.

During high school, Allison participated in a co-op at a veterinary clinic. She was able to work with a variety of furry animals, and loved every minute of it. Her favorite part of it all was being able to witness the big smile on a pet owner’s face, a feeling she still gets to experience at Aldershot. Her goal now is to become a veterinary technician, which she plans to begin taking online classes for soon.

In her free time, Allison enjoys spending time with her friends, family and fiance. She also likes playing fetch with her cat, a Maine Coon mix named Sosa.



Veterinary Assistant

Sarah always had a dog as a child and loved to go on visits to the local veterinarian’s office with him. As she got a little older, her passion for biology and anatomy started to grow. Pairing her natural affinity with animals and her interests in science and medicine left one obvious choice of career: veterinary medicine. Sarah hasn’t looked back since! She’s a Veterinary Assistant and Customer Service Representative here at Brant Animal Clinic.

Sarah is a native of Burlington and was still in high school when she first began volunteering at a local pet clinic. She started at the University of Guelph to study animal biology, further cementing her passion for the world of pet care, and joined the team here at Brant Animal Clinic to gain real-world experience during her summers off. She’s been a member of the team ever since!

Around the hospital, Sarah enjoys seeing adorable pets during their routine visits, and she’s also fond of performing and examining X-ray scans. In the future, she hopes to continue her education and even hopes to attend veterinary school.

Sarah’s interests away from work include camping and hiking in the great outdoors. At home, she has one pet: a mini lop rabbit named Pepper who is very sassy but is always ready for a cuddle session.

“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”

 – Pam Brown