Dr. Mark Camilleri, DVM grew up in Barrie Ontario on a small hobby farm full of pets, varying from domestic cats to exotic peacocks. After graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1996 he gained a wide variety of experience by working at a referral practice, an emergency hospital and a companion animal practice before joining Village Cat Clinic in 2008. At home, Mark and his family enjoy raising many different breeds and types of fowl under the supervision of their feline companion, Greta.
Dr. Shari Muller, DVM graduated with honours from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph in 2009. After graduation, Dr. Muller worked at a mixed animal practice for 3 years before deciding that her passion was working only with the feline variety. Her family includes four cats Be-Be, Te-Te, Kashima and Bentley. When she is not working, Dr. Muller enjoys hiking, travelling and spending time with her family.
Dr. Diane Bourdeau DVM graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1988. She was the owner of a small animal practice in Cambridge for 10 years before she decided to pursue her life-long ambition of feline practice. When not working, Dr. Bourdeau is busy at home with her family and her four cats Calvin, Tony, Cosmo and Josie.
Born and raised in Hamilton, Dr. Tom Jackson, DVM graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2000 and joined Village Cat Clinic as a clinician in February 2008. While Dr. Jackson sees most clients at our associate clinic, The Cat Clinic in Hamilton, he is still available for house call appointments for our Village Cat Clinic clients. Tom is also an adjunct professor in the Bachelor of Health Science program at McMaster University and volunteers his time to "Podmed", a weekly review of the medical research headlines produced by Johns Hopkins University. When he's not busy practicing medicine or teaching he enjoys paddling his canoe, jazz music and hockey.
Dr. Jean Clark DVM graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1995. She was the owner of the Cat Hospital of Mississauga before joining our team. There are two cats Charlie and Gracie in permanent residence at Dr.Cark's busy home. At times they grudgingly make room for her son's two cats and his big old bull dog.