Dr. Stefani Warmington joined our team in the fall of 2012 and is now our primary Associate Veterinarian.
As a young child, she had a passion for helping animals and always knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She grew up with cats and horses and often helped out at the farm where her family kept the horses. Throughout school she volunteered with both small and large animal veterinarians.
She completed her Animal Biology Honours program at the University of Guelph where she focused on nutrition, behaviour and animal welfare. After graduation, she was accepted into the Ontario Veterinary College where she focused on internal medicine and nutrition for companion animals and horses. She graduated with honours in 2012 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.
Dr. Warmington spends much of her free time attending and participating in continuing education events to ensure that she is current and aware of the newest developments in veterinary medicine in order to provide the best possible care for our clients’ pets.
Some of you may recognize Becky's warm and welcoming self. She has worked alongside our local mobile veterinarian, Dr Lynn Henderson, in the past few years.
We were very excited to have her join our team in the summer of 2016.
With a strong love for older pets and alternative therapies, Becky studied and received certification in Canine Massage, Animal Reiki and Pet Loss Counselling.
She looks forward to helping all of the pets and their pet parents, who would benefit from these wonderful procedures.
Britt has been with us since 2016 and has grown from an assistant to a Registered Veterinary Technician. She graduated from Seneca in 2020.
Britt has a great passion for behavior and dentistry. She loves educating clients on dental home care tips and behavior advice!
Britt is a Fear Free Certified Professional!
Outside of work she loves being on the lake, spending time with her fur babies, and working out.
Brydee has been in the world of veterinary medicine for quite a few years now and came to Beeton in 2016 from emergency medicine.
She loves being a part of the Beeton team and looks forward to spending many more years here!
Brydee has 3 pets of her own. Two dogs: Skye a bull mastiff cross and Thor a dutch shepherd cross. She also has her kitty Bella.
As well as an adorable son Finn.
They all have unique personalities but they are one big family.
In her spare time when she is not giving love to her 4 legged friends at work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, son, pets and friends.
Brydee loves spending time outdoors and making memories with her family.
Makenna has had such a passion for helping animals ever since she has been volunteering and working with animals since 2017 at various veterinary hospitals as well as Dog Tales Rescue & Sanctuary.
Makenna went to Seneca College for Social Service Work and York University for Human Resources and worked in schools for almost 10 years working with children with special needs.
Makenna then made a career change when she realized her love for animals after she grew up with a collie that had disabilities.
In Makenna's spare time she also volunteers for her own mental health non-profit where she hosts anti-bullying assemblies in schools and loves spending time with her 3 rescued bunnies Pumpkin, Ollie & Stevie, and her family maine coon cat Jackson.
Brittany is one of our newer members to our team, but has been working with animals her entire life. Growing up in Bradford as a 5th generation farmer, she's certainly been around various beasties! Starting out young on the farm with all kinds of assorted farm livestock, her passion grew for working with the fluffier ones. She has a great love for health and wellness in all pets, big or small and wishes to continue to learn about preventative care and healing journeys.
Having started her veterinary career in the Emergency setting, Brittany brings a wealth of knowledge from critical care and emergency cases. Her heartfelt compassion, kindness and calmness in uncertain and unsettling times is a great asset for our team. After working in Emergency medicine, she transitioned over to regular practice and found a new home with us.
She currently trains with her horse Chuck for mounted archery and facilitates Equine Assisted Learning on the side. She lives in the area with her Great Bernese (aka the Polar Bear), Nuka and her calico of terror Patch Kat. She is also currently attending Georgian College again, this time for Bookkeeping, in hopes of continuing the legacy of family farming, just in the office.
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