We put the patients first!
Julianna has a background in dog behaviour and training, and it was her experience in this field that led her to the veterinary world. When the time came for a career change, she decided to build on her skill set in the training world and learn more about the medical side of animal care—Julianna jumped headfirst into veterinary medicine by joining the Brant Animal Clinic family, and she hasn’t looked back since!
One of Dyan’s favorite things is interacting with people and building personal relationships. She’s also been a lifelong animal-lover. Dyan wanted a career that combined all of these things, and she found just that in veterinary medicine! She’s a proud member of the clinic’s front-desk team.
Dyan was born and raised in Hamilton, and she joined the Brant Animal Clinic family in October of 2018. She couldn’t be happier to launch her journey in pet care right here at the hospital, and she finds that no two days are ever quite the same—she’s constantly learning something new. Dyan’s favorite part of her job is getting to spoil the area’s adorable pets and meeting their loving owners every day.
Edi was always deeply touched by stories of animals suffering from disease or neglect, and knew that she wanted to do her part to make a difference. She realized that pursuing a career in the veterinary field was the perfect way for her to do that! Now, Edi gets to help not only pets, but their owners as well. She’s a Registered Veterinary Technician with the Brant Animal Clinic family.
For as long as Rachel can remember, she’s shared a special connection with animals. She was always the girl saying “can I pet your dog?” from across the street, or spending more time with the pets than people during family gatherings. This special bond, coupled with a lifelong desire to serve people, made a career in the veterinary industry the logical path to take. A brief stint in the financial sector during the pandemic – and its lack of social connection, warmth and development – led her back to the animal health sector and she hasn’t looked back since!
“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”
– Pam Brown