Meet the friendly staff at Sherwood Veterinary Clinic!
I am married and have three grown sons. I was born and raised in Egypt. Where I witnessed many cats and dogs being neglected, which inspired me to dedicated my life to helping animals. I trained in Egypt and after graduating, I spent ten years in Egypt working had to do my best for all the animals I could help. I moved to Canada in 1994, and enrolled in the University of Prince Edward Island Veterinary School, where I continued to expand my training and skills prior to completing the Canadian Veterinary Board exams. After graduation, I moved with my family to Swift Current, Saskatchewan for one year of work, then to Edmonton where I worked in a few practices around the Edmonton area. In 2015, I decided to fulfill my dream, and opened my own clinic in Sherwood Park. In my free time, I like to travel and spend quality time with my family.
Ashley is a full time Registered Veterinary Technologist (RVT) at Sherwood Veterinary Clinic, starting October 2017. She graduated in May 2012 from Lakeland College. At home her hands are full taking care of an Orange Tabby cat named Bam and 2 Border Collies named Axel and Lexa. Her passion for animals has led her to a career that she loves.
Ahsley been working at Sherwood Veterinary Clinic since January 2017. She graduated from Eastern College in 2016 as a Veterinarian Assistant. She was born and raised in Fredericton, NB. She has a Border Collie mix named Mayberry, a Husky/Malamute named Zeus, and 2 cats named Suki and Rio. She devotes most of her spare time to her pets and couldn’t picture her life without them!
Victoria is a full time Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist here at Sherwood Veterinary Clinic. She started working in January 2017. Victoria loves watching movies, travelling, and spending quality time with friends and family.
Louise came to Sherwood Veterinary Clinic with 8 years of experience working in a shelter and in-clinic environment. She has worked as a Behaviour Specialist and, as a Surgical Assistant/Receptionist, She is certified in analyzing dog temperament using Dr Rebecca Ledger’s assessment and, Level II Reiki, as well as Tellington T Touch which is another method Louise uses to calm and reduce stress. Louise has volunteered as a surgical assistant both with the Prevent Another Litter Subsidy Program (PALS) specifically developed for low income families and, The Alberta Spay & Neuter Task Force. When not working and taking care of her friends’ pets and her own pocket pets, you can find her hiking, going to the gym, playing tennis and pickleball, yoga, reading and entertaining friends and family.