At Malton Veterinary Services, our healthcare team is committed to providing veterinary services. Our veterinarians, Dr. Jag Verma D.V.M and Dr. Erik Sjonnesen D.V.M offer personalized medical care to address your pet’s unique needs. Dr. Sjonnesen is specialized in adipose (fat) derived stem cell therapy and performed his first in-house stem cell transplant in Canada. This therapy produces complete healing and improves your pet’s quality of life. It can treat osteoarthritis and soft tissue orthopaedic issues.
Meet Our Malton Team
Ali (manager and Receptionist)
Ali joined the Cawthorpe & Malton Veterinary Services team in 2018 after returning from Calgary where she attended University of Calgary attaining her BSc. She and her husband share their home with their two dogs Cali and Harley. Ali is happy to be able to assist all of our patients to ensure they live happy and healthy lives!
Candice (Registered Veterinary Technician and Receptionist)
Candice has been providing veterinary care to your furry loved ones since 2006. She graduated from Sheridan College in 2009 and achieved her Animal Care Certificate. She also completed Veterinary Technician Diploma in 2012. Candice is a registered member of the Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians (OAVT). She shares her home with her husband, daughter and her three cats, Tulip, Jinx, and Eclipse.
Michael (Veterinary Technician and Receptionist)
Michael joined Malton Veterinary Services in 2021. Michael has worked in general practices since high schools and continued his passion by graduating from Seneca College in April 2020, in the veterinary assistant program. He is currently in the veterinary technician program at Seneca, graduating in 2022, with specialization in emergency and critical care. He shares his home with a Polish Lowland Sheepdog named Oreo, and hopes to provide your pet with the best care possible!
Emilie (Veterinary assistant and Receptionist)
Emilie joined Cawthorpe and Malton Veterinary Services in 2020. She graduated from Sheridan College in 2021, in which she obtained her Animal Care Certificate. She has a soft spot for reptiles and amphibians, having previously worked at a reptile zoo. She currently shares a home with our former clinic cat, Blackie. Emilie is always ready for a new pet experience!
Anthony (Veterinary assistant and Receptionist)
Anthony joined Cawthorpe Veterinary Services in 2020. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Animal Biology, with a specific interest in poultry and wildlife. Currently he is working towards a master degree focusing on Poultry modelling, with the hopes of becoming a veterinarian himself one day. Although he has no current pets, he has had birds in the past and shares a rabbit Rocky, with his sister at home.
Our Clinic Critters
Cheddar was found near Cawthorpe Veterinary abandoned as a couple weeks old kitten. He has since been happily patrolling the walls at Cawthopre keeping an eye on everything. Cheddar fancies sleeping on top of the server box behind reception and loves chasing flies. He also enjoys drinking water directly from the tap rather than his water bowls. Petting him can be a luxury as it really depends on his mood, so if he lets you pet him consider yourself lucky.
Meet Miss Molly
Miss Molly was brought into our Cawthorpe location in 2005 as a stray mom with her kittens. She is quiet shy and you can most likely find her in her favourite cozy spot behind the front desk napping. If you visit us in the early morning, you can find her at the front door watching birds on the sidewalk. Molly also provides blood for cats with severe illness that may need a blood transfusion.
Meet "Mr. Tiddleywinkle" aka "Tidley"
Tidley is our recent addition. He was brought in the summer of 2011 as a stray to be neutered and later released back outdoors. He captured our hearts in such a short visit. Tidley is everyone’s best friend and he loves all- cat, dog, human! You can often see him assisting the staff and welcoming patients at the front desk.
To learn more about us, call us today!