About

 

Dr. David Wigglesworth
University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College

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Dr. David Wigglesworth graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1992 and returned to his home of King Township to begin practicing veterinary medicine in Schomberg.  Dr Wigglesworth bought Schomberg Veterinary Services in 1999, and along with his wife, continues to run it to this day.

Doctor Wigglesworth has a keen interest in several veterinary fields, including dentistry, Internal Medicine of the dog and cat, soft-tissue surgery, and pain management.  He has participated in and completed several extended continuing education courses in these fields, and has completed 2 extensive dentistry continuing education courses.

Dr. Wigglesworth is a dedicated veterinarian.  You can be certain that he will give you his honest, “no-holds-barred” opinion on whatever current ailment your pet is facing.  We find that most clients appreciate his straightforward approach and direct communication.

He and his wife Leah share their home with their daughter and two pets: Neville is a rambunctious French Bulldog puppy and Callaway is a beautiful house cat.  When Dr. Wigglesworth is not at the office working, traveling for courses, and completing the endless amounts of paperwork that come with running an office, he is home spending time with his family.

 

 

Leah Fiander, RVT, Hospital Administrator
Seneca College

 

 

Ainslie Wemyss, AHT, Customer Service Specialist
Seneca College

Ainslie has been a valued staff member at Schomberg Veterinary Services since 2007.  After graduating as an Animal Health technician in 1982, she worked in Toronto, primarily in research.  Ainslie took 10 years off work to raise her 2 children, before coming to Schomberg.

Ainslie loves interacting with the clients and their pets.  Ainslie loves cooking. reading and spending time with her family, especially at their cottage, along with their Chocolate Lab, Libby, and Jack Russel cross, Dallas.

 

 

Hollie Yorke, RVT
St. Lawrence College

Hollie has owned pets and loved animals all her life.  She knew at a very young age that she would work with them one day.  She graduated from St. Lawrence College in 2004 with a dual diploma in Health Sciences and with honors in Veterinary Technology.  She has been an active member of the Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians (OAVT) since graduating and joined Schomberg Veterinary Services as a Registered Veterinary Technician in 2008. Over the years, she has developed a special interest in anesthesia and pain management techniques and in animal behavior.

Hollie and her boyfriend share their home with their geriatric pug, Abby and 3 cats; Hyde, Fudd and Dora.  In her spare time she enjoys walking with her dogs, scrap-booking, and baking.

 

 

Alex Dewdney, RVT
Georgian College

Alex’s career at Schomberg Veterinary Services began in 2011 as a co-op student, and she was hired on as a full time Registered Veterinary Technician when she graduated the Veterinary Technician program at Georgian College in the same year. She has a special interest in dentistry, from taking x-rays of a dog or cat’s mouth to assisting one of the veterinarians with extractions.

Alex grew up on a horse farm in King City, caring for many horses, dogs, cats, ducks and other pets. Currently, she has a 5-year-old cattle dog named Zoey, and three cats – Panda, Remy and Annie. She enjoys horseback riding in her spare time with her 15-year-old Thoroughbred, Joey.

 

 

Julie Munro, RVT
Seneca College

Julie started working at Schomberg Veterinary Services in 2007. After graduating from the Vet Tech Program at Seneca College in 2008 she continued to work here as a Registered Veterinary Technician.

Julie has never had to go looking for pets before. Strays and rescues have always come along whenever she is in need of a pet. Currently she owns an adorable 3 year old Siamese cross named Ozzy who follows her everywhere and a gorgeous 8 year old dapple dachshund named Lucy.

Julie has loved animals ever since she was a child. Her main passion, however has always been for wildlife and nature. She has volunteered at 2 wildlife rehab centers in the area over the past several years and even traveled to South Africa in 2008 to volunteer and learn about the their wildlife. She hopes to one day take a similar trip to Australia to explore the wildlife there.

 

 

Nicole Krzemien, Customer Service Specialist
Georgian College (Enrolled)

 

 

 

 

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Clinic Cats:

Victor

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Victor Wigglesworth (Reception Supervisor)

Victor is a handsome senior resident cat who came to us in 2009 as a stray with urinary tract troubles. He was treated and has had no further episodes since (knock on wood)! Victor loves belly rubs but prefers his tail to be left alone. He can be found sitting on top of the reception desk or at the window ledge in the staff room.

Bridgette Wigglesworth (Trouble Maker)

Bridgette came to us as a kitten in 2011 when a caring client found her hiding outside under a bush. Bridgette loves to chase paper balls thrown for her (by the staff and clients!) and will bop dogs on the face when they get too close.  She can always be found at lunchtime looking for a cuddle session with one of the staff who is trying to eat their lunch.

Gilbert Wigglesworth (Greeter)

Gilbert was found in 2012 by another caring client in a dumpster with his brother Ozzy (who is now happily owned by one of our RVTs, Julie). Gilbert can be found napping on top of the reception area cat tree with a purr that never stops.