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Our Team of Veterinarians

Dr. Tammi Ribey

TammiRibey webTammi graduated from OVC in 1988.  She started the Paisley Clinic in 1994 and continues to work at the practice 25 years later.  Tammi enjoys the variety of mixed practice with every day being different.  She loves working with animals and developing relationships with her clients.  Away from the clinic, Tammi  and her husband Brian run a cash crop and cow-calf operation in Saugeen township.  Their children, Steven and Kelsey also help on the farm.  Tammi also spends time with her pets – Gracie, the lovable Golden Retriever; Sadie, the temperamental calico and all her purebred Angus cows.

Dr. Dana Wharry

DanaWharrywebDana spent most of her time working and riding for various horse stables near Barrie before graduating from OVC in 2008.  She has been practicing here in Paisley since that time and enjoys working with the variety of species in mixed practice.  Dana particularly enjoys discussing training and behavior issues in dogs, horse reproduction and especially since meeting her husband, anything to do with sheep.  Dana now lives on a commercial sheep farm in Saugeen Township with her husband Johnnie, a duck tolling retriever named Dylan, a shepherd cross named Teddy, and a border collie cross named Tucker as well as 6 barn cats.   Maybe someday when time allows there will be a horse on the farm too!

Dr. Jenny Spurrell

JennySpurrell1 webJenny joined the staff of Paisley Veterinary Services in the fall of 2011, after graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2010 and working off the "new vet" shine in Markdale. Arriving in Paisley with special interest in small animal surgery and dairy medicine, Jenny enjoys developing her skills and knowledge in these and all other areas of mixed animal veterinary practice.

Jenny and her husband Justin share their home with a yellow budgie and 3 rescued cats. In her time away from the clinic, Jenny loves to be outside in her growing garden and riding Cooper, a thoroughbred who loves to play.

Dr. Julia Kremer

JuliaKremerwebDr. Julia Kremer graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2009. Upon graduation, she moved to Bruce County to pursue mixed animal practice. She enjoys the always eventful aspects of mixed practice. She has always been passionate about animals and their health and welfare.
In her free time, Julia plays recreational hockey, soccer and softball in Kincardine where she lives.  Julia also participates in runs and triathlons in the area. Julia is also a Big Sister with the Kincardine Big Brother Big Sisters agency.  Since joining the clinic, Julia started the Paisley 4H Vet club; the club has been a great success in the community.

Dr. Jaimee Gardner

JaimeeGardnerwebJaimee graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in spring 2016 and joined the team in Paisley as a new graduate. She has broad interests in both companion and large animal medicine and surgery, with special interest in large and small animal theriogenology and reproduction. Originally from Ottawa, Jaimee is enjoying all that Bruce County has to offer. She is a competitive curler and enjoys competing in bonspiels across Ontario. When she is not in the clinic or at the curling club, Jaimee can be found on the slopes, hiking the trails, and spending time with her two dogs, Journey and Jackson.

Dr. Victoria Styczynski

VictoriaStyczynskiwebTori graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2015 and came to Paisley as a new graduate. Tori grew up in Burlington, Ontario.  She has always had an interest in animals from a very young age. She enjoys all aspects of mixed animal practice and treating both large and small animal species. She has been around horses since a young age and enjoys riding in her free time. Tori spends much of her free time enjoying the outdoors and hiking with her dogs Eddie and Elvis.

 Our Team of Technicians

Elaine McTeer A.H.T.

ElaineMcTeer webElaine graduated from Centralia College in 1980 and joined the clinic staff in 1994 as the clinic was being built.  She has enjoyed being part of and observing the many changes at the clinic as it has grown and expanded over the past 20 years. She and her husband Bruce operate a cow-calf and sheep farm just outside of Paisley. Three crazy cats and two golden retrievers, ‘Roxy’ and ‘Abby’, keep things lively at home. Away from the clinic, Elaine is a board member with Bruce County 4-H Assoc and also enjoys spending time with her family, watching her daughters play ball, gardening and spoiling her first grandchild. 

Christine Fortney RVT

ChristineFortneywebChristine graduated from Algonquin College in 2005, and since then has been working at the Paisley Veterinary clinic.  Christine grew up on a cow-calf, pig and cash crop farm outside of Mildmay, where she still helps out.  Christine enjoys working with the variety of animals that a mixed practice offers.  In her spare time she loves playing broomball, baseball, volleyball and hanging out with her crazy Boston Terrier named ‘Dixie’.

Anita Patchell RVT

AnitaPatchelwebAnita graduated from Northern College in 2008, and started working at the Paisley Veterinary Clinic in 2013. Anita grew up on a beef farm, and enjoys showing the cattle with her family. Anita enjoys working with the all the animals that come through the doors at the clinic and especially enjoys working with cattle and horses. Outside of work Anita enjoys playing volleyball, showing the cattle, going for hikes with her spunky Border Collie ‘Spree’ and also helps organize and run the Paisley 4-H Vet club.

Kimberly Orser RVT

KimAndEllaKim graduated from Sheridan College in 2014, and began working at PVS that August. Kim grew up in Sydenham, outside of Kingston on a sheep farm while showing her families dairy cattle for 4-H. She now lives in Paisley with her husband, Kody, who is a cow/calf Angus cattle farmer, and their black lab Ella. Kim enjoys working in the mixed practice for all the different opportunities it has to offer. In her spare time she enjoys spending time caring for her very energetic Lab, playing softball and helping out on the farm.

Our Cleaning Lady

Mary Leifso

Mary has been working at the clinic for several years.  She works very hard to keep the clinic spic and span.  Mary lives in Paisley with her children and pets Dallas and Smokey.

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On Call Service

We have a vet on call 24 hours a day to take care of any emergencies that arise. An answering service will take your call and forward to the vet on call who will contact you.

Hours of Operation

Monday thru Friday: 8am – 6pm

Saturday: 8am – 3pm

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