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Our Veterinarian

Dr. Raghbir Saini, DVM


Dr. Raghbir Saini graduated in 1991 from the College of Veterinary Sciences in India and embarked his career as a veterinarian by working as a Veterinary Officer for 11 years before immigrating to Canada in 2004. He became a member of the College of Veterinarians of Ontario in the year 2007 and has since worked as a licensed veterinarian at North Town Veterinary Hospital, a 24 hour hospital in Brampton, Ontario. In the duration of his time at NTVH, he deveolped a special interest in emergency and internal medicine along with soft tissue surgeries. Last year he decided to open up his own practice and Stoney Creek appealed to him as the most optimal location.  Family is very important to Dr. Raghbir Saini and he cherishes his time spent with his wife , two kids and his dog Milo a Shihtzu. He is also an avid reader during his spare time and takes pleasure in visiting new places. Above all, he is passionate in his work with animals and it is assured that all concerns regarding our pet(s) will be handled with the utmost respect and diligence.

Veterinary Staff

Ashley Hatherley


Ashley joined our team in 2014 with years of experience working with animals. She graduated from the Animal Care Program and the Veterinary Technician Program at Sheridan college. She shares her home with her three dogs: a golden retriever name Ryder and two long haired miniature dachsunds named Rex and Rumour. In her spare time she enjoys taking her boys to the parks and going for walks. She looks forward to learning more about all of our clients, their pets and even animal health care tips you may have.

Abbi Daich

Abbi Daich

 Abbi has joined our team recently. She has a passion for Animal welfare and has had pets her whole life. She did her Co-op here in 2015. She has special interest in  Animal Behaviour, training and support Animals. She spends her spare time with her Miniature Pinscher "Loki". She looks forward getting to know our clients and providing best care possible for their pets.