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Enna Hughes

Hospital Director, HBSc, DVM

Enna has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was very young. She recognizes the vital part of our hearts that our pets hold and endeavors in all she does to support the special bond we share. Enna graduated from the University of Guelph Ontario Veterinary College in 1998. She also has an Honours Bachelor of Science degree with a focus on Nutritional Sciences. Enna feels that continuing education – staying current and new treatments, techniques and developing medicine – is vital to being able to provide appropriate veterinary care.

She is a member of the Toronto Academy of Veterinary Medicine and the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, where she is recognized annually for exceeding the continuing education requirements. Dr. Enna and her husband, Colin, share a home with their 3 children, Joseph, Emma and Meredith, and their new puppy (a Labrador Retriever), Livy and 2 cats: Misty and the newest family member, Franki.

Adrienne Wong


Dr. Adrienne Wong was born in Hong Kong and raised in Toronto. When asked by people why she pursued a career in veterinary medicine, she simply replies that it’s been a lifelong dream that she’s strived to pursue ever since she was just 6 years old.

She spent three years at the University of Guelph in the Animal Biology program and then spent four years at the Ontario Veterinary College and graduated in the class of 2012. Some of Dr. Adrienne’s special interests include internal medicine, cardiology, and feline & canine nutrition. Adrienne joined us in early 2013 and has been enjoying getting to know our clients and patients.

Adrienne currently has a menagerie of pets of her own including 3 dogs, pugs – Lola, LadyBug and Pugsley, 2 cats Albert and Minky, and a rabbit named Murray! When she is away from the clinic, you will find Adrienne running outdoors, sweating profusely in hot yoga, baking delicious treats, travelling the world, or tending to the needs of her superstar pug, LadyBug, who models for a variety of companies!

Lisa Rattray


When we need coverage of vacation time, Dr. Lisa Rattray is our locum veterinarian to make certain our patients continue to receive the highest level of care.

Dr. Lisa has been associated with our clinic since she first began coming here with her family pets more than 20 years ago, then volunteering as a teenager. She worked here part time while she went through high school and then university, earning her honours Bachelor of Science, majoring in Biology. Lisa graduated from the University of Glasgow Veterinary Medicine and Surgery program. Lisa is currently the Head Veterinarian at the Emergency Clinic of York Region.

Lisa lives with her husband, Matt, and Tilly, a “Portie” – Portuguese Water Dog. Tilly certainly keeps them busy – she has been a source of joy and entertainment as she grew from her tiny puppy self to the big girl she is today! When not working, Lisa enjoys traveling – she has been to most of Europe and many other exotic places!

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Client-Patient Care Team


Practice Manager

Amanda has always loved animals and was a client at the clinic for five years before she joined our staff. She has been with us since early 2010. More recently, Amanda has come back to the clinic full-time as our new Practice Manager and she couldn’t be more thrilled.

After pursuing a career that reflected her educational background in Business Management, Amanda realized that she is most happy and fulfilled working with her four-legged friends and their owners. Amanda has 2 cats, Hercules and Lulu, which she raised as tiny kittens with the help of the staff at the Don Head Village Animal Clinic.


Head Registered Veterinary Technician

Dana completed the Veterinary Technician program at Sheridan College in 2011 and joined our team in the fall of 2013. Like most people in this profession Dana has a deep love for all animals. Growing up with pets helped to influence Dana’s decision in becoming a Veterinary Technician.

At home Dana has three amazing fur babies of her own: Skid,a snowy white American Eskimo, old but sweet Tigger the Dachshund, and a tiny long-haired Chihuahua, Steven, who was born with Dana’s help in her living room! They certainly keep her on her toes.

In her spare time, Dana enjoys a multitude of sports (indoor, outdoor, summer & winter), including horseback riding, rugby, wrestling and snowboarding. When Dana is not outside horsing around she likes to relax with friends and family as well as playing around with her pets.


Registered Veterinary Technician

Katie joined our team in the summer of 2015, arriving fresh from her school days at the Ridgetown Campus at the University of Guelph’s Veterinary Technician program. Katie quickly became a Registered member of the Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians.

Always having pets growing up, she learnt her love for animals would lead her to a career which she is passionate about. Currently, she has two kitties (both of which were rescues) named Dolly and Sunny. Katie is particularly passionate about large breed dogs.

Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time with her friends and family and is a lover of all things outdoors.


Registered Veterinary Technician

We’ve welcomed a new technician, Emily, to our clinic team in May 2016. Emily graduated from the Veterinary Technician program from Seneca College and quickly became registered. Emily’s priority is on making our patients feel as comfortable as possible. At present, Emily is owned by a mixed Shepherd named Easton, who is a high-energy, ball of love but is terrified of having his nails trimmed. Because of this, Emily has a lot of empathy for frightened patients and does everything she can to minimize their stress and make them as relaxed as possible.


Registered Veterinary Technician

Jasmine has been with us for over 6 years now. She graduated from the Seneca Veterinary Technician program and has been Registered for over 8 years now.

Jasmine has been working with us part-time the last few years as she has her own pet grooming studio, Puff ‘N PuRR, where she works carefully on one pet at a time: a great situation for many dogs that are nervous in the typical, large, loud grooming facility. Jasmine has a very gentle ouch and can easily put shy and nervous pets at ease – they respond to well to her calm handling.

Jasmine lives with her naughty Chihuahua Bobo and her two cats, Heemu and Lulu. Jasmine rescued all three pets from situations where their lives were not happy ones. Now they are “spoiled-rotten” happy!

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Client-Patient Care Co-ordinator

Kayla joined us in the fall of 2015 as our client/patient care coordinator. You will meet Kayla behind our reception desk and she’ll undoubtedly be adorning a warm, caring smile. Kayla comes to us with a background in the geriatric field. A true dog lover through and through, Kayla currently has two dogs: a two-year old Tamaskin named Zeus and an 11-year old American Eskimo named Buddy!

In her free time, Kayla loves to read and enjoys collecting Disney figurines. We are proud to have Kayla join our caring team!


Veterinary Assistant

Ella became a part of our team in the spring of 2015 as one of our Veterinary Assistants. Ella has loved animals all her life and enjoys being a part of a team that is so passionate about companion animal healthcare. Presently, Ella is studying criminology at Ryerson University but enjoys working on weekends to help care for (and spoil) our boarding feline patients.

Ella has two Himalayan cats: a 10-year old, one-eyed kitty named Fireball and a six-year old fur baby named Shoony.


Veterinary Assistant

Anjala started coming here with her family pets and when she got old enough, she started volunteering. While in high school, she worked after school assisting in pet care and other work around the clinic. Anjala just started her second year at Ryerson University so continues to help out on the evenings and weekends as her academic schedule allows. Anjala is considering a career in veterinary medicine or neuroscience. At home, Anjala has her family cat, Cash, and more recently adopted a sweet little stray dog named MoneyLady that had been abandoned outside.