Jodi has been a Registered Veterinary Technician at Bay Cities Animal Hospital since 2005. She has an enormous compassion for orphaned puppies and kittens and is often found taking one or more home for her special care. She came from St. Catherines, Ontario and attended St. Lawrence College where she graduated as an Animal Health Technician in 2005. Jodi is an accomplished cake decorator, and has been known to create masterpieces from cupcakes. She spends her spare time with her pets Lexi, Quinn, Chub Chub, and Bambi.
Originally from Caledonia, Sarah attended Northern College and graduated as an Animal Health Technician in 2006. She lives in Hamilton with her husband Daniel. Sarah and Dan welcomed daughter Abigail to their family in October 2011 and son Nathan in March 2013 and son Theo in March 2015. They also have Benson (who is pictured here with Sarah) and Molly the cat. Sarah has been a Registered Veterinary Technician at Bay Cities Animal Hospital since graduation. In her "spare time" she also works as a sleep consultant helping parents to develop protocols that teach their children good sleeping habits.
Tracey graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Seneca College in 1991 and has been working at Bay Cities Animal Hospital since 1994. Tracey and her husband Dave have moved to the country North of Burlington where they live with their two children, and Bella their Golden Retriever, their adopted cat Paris, as well several chickens who lay multi-coloured eggs.
When not being a mother or a Registered Veterinary Technician, Tracey enjoys running and house renovations. She is also active with Girl Guides, Boy Scouts and Parent Teachers Association.
Lori has been involved with veterinary clinics since 1989 and has been a dedicated front desk presence at Bay Cities Animal Hospital since 2000. Originally from Burlington, Lori now lives in Hamilton with Didi, her Dalmatian puppy who was born deaf. Since Lori's first Dalmatian (Olivia) was also deaf Lori has had several years of training in a modified sign language she uses with her dogs. Lori is currently working to teach Didi the same extensive vocabulary and battery of tricks that Olivia knew. Lori also enjoys gardening, photography and spending time with family and friends.
Georgia had been a client since 1975 and joined the staff as a receptionist in 2005. Georgia lives with her husband and their five Sphynx, Devon Rex and Cornish Rex cats. When not working, she enjoys Pilates, gardening, cooking, knitting and makes wonderful catnip balls for our staff and patients.
Janice has been a part of the Bay Cities family for over 17 years. In her role as receptionist she provides a familiar face and comforting nature that our clients depend on. Janice and her husband David live in Dunnville, ON. Pets in need seem to find Janice, and they currently have 7 "babies" (as she refers to the them) at home. These include a German Shepherd cross named Sierra, cats Jack, Bob, Smitty, Sweet Pea, Missy & Smudge.
We don't know where Janice finds the time to come to work as she is a very busy lady at home caring for all of these pets! Janice loves to shop - especially for shoes, she enjoys going for walks to keep active, and every year she and David plan a trip to a southern location for some sunshine.
Always the animal lover, Renata first decided to pursue a job in the veterinary field after discovering a pile of day-old kittens in a New Jersey barn. Thirteen years later in 2011, she was a new grad from Ridgetown working with the team at Bay Cities Animal Hospital. Currently living with her thirteen year old barn cat Felix in Waterdown, Renata enjoys hiking, reading, camping and plans to take more schooling in the future involving wild life.
Lindsay is new to the Bay Cities team and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with her! Having ten plus years experience in the veterinary field, Lindsay brings a diverse skill set to the team. Lindsay was first introduced to the veterinary industry through her high school co-operative education program, where her passion for animal care was affirmed. As Lindsay completed her post secondary education, she worked part-time at a local animal hospital. From there, she was hired on full time where she went on to be trained in veterinary assistant, reception, technician and office management roles. Lindsay looks forward to becoming part of the team and meeting all of our wonderful clients. Lindsay’s 4-legged family includes her Chihuahua cross, “Jude” and her orange tabby, “Mango”.