Emily ParetaOffice Manager
She currently lives in Cambridge Ontario with her Husband, two young children, two enthusiastic Boston terriers and their handsome senior cat. When she’s not at work Emily enjoys working in her garden, putting on a record and dancing with her kids.
She started with Woodlawn Veterinary hospital in 2006, working for 7 years as a receptionist. She then took 3 years off to start a family. She is happy to have returned to Woodlawn in the fall of 2016 as Office Manager and as always, strives to provide our valued clients and patients with individual quality care and is excited to make positive contributions in her new role.
Vicki RiceVeterinary Technician
Alyssa KellyVeterinary Technician
Since becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician, she has worked at vet clinics in Stratford and Simcoe. She moved back to Guelph and joined the Woodlawn Veterinary Hospital team in August 2016. Alyssa has a very cute
Margaret MantioneVeterinary Technician Assistant
Margaret knew from a young age she wanted to work with animals. She graduated from the University of Guelph with a degree in animal biology in 2019.
She has had a variety of animal care experience, including both humane society and local zoo positions, where she worked to educate the public, particularly the younger generation, through hands-on engaging programing.
Margaret recently moved back to Guelph where she joined the Woodlawn team.
In her spare time, she enjoys baking and tending to her plants. Margaret lives with her 3 yr old cat Willow, who loves to cuddle.
Keirann has been with Woodlawn Vet since December 2020. Before joining the Woodlawn team Keirann graduated from the University of Waterloo in 2017, lived, travelled, and volunteered abroad.
Over the years she has worked in a wide variety of customer service roles, but has always had an interest in animals, growing up with many family cats before getting her Sheltie Guinness in 2010. Since then, she has enjoyed doing agility with Guinness and participated in canine therapy at Laurier University. After a battle with cancer, Guinness sadly passed at the beginning of January. Keirann now calls Guelph home along with her Sheltie Islay and adopted cat Newt, in addition she is excited to open her home and heart to a new puppy set to come home early spring.
Kim KuchmaVeterinary Technician
We are lucky to have such a good kitty to greet us each morning and many clients are used to finding Moo stuffed in a shelf up front or watching from a distance. She may offer to do a cat scan but although she is very black and white, her results never seem very helpful.