Terri joined our team in February 2005. She came to us with previous experience working in veterinary practices since 1999. She is our all around help. She is a local resident who lives with her husband Mark, two boys and golden retriever, Daisy Mae.
Pecan and her siblings were brought in by The Town of Caledon Animal Shelter sick and not eating. Now she never stops. Pecan is quite fearless and rambunctious. She is quite comical to watch and can often be found playing on her exercise wheel. During Pecan’s quiet times she is usually found curled up beside the desk.
Dr. Doris Neculoiu
Dr. Doris Neculoiu graduated with honors from the Veterinary School in her native Romania in 1992. She taught as a member of the faculty in the Department of Surgery for 5 years before deciding to immigrate to Canada in 1997.
Dr. Neculoiu started practicing as a licensed veterinarian in Canada in 1999.
She is passionate about helping pets in need. In a work day, Dr. Neculoiu spends time on preventative care and wellness exams. She also applies her great internal medicine and surgery knowledge in helping pets recover from sickness.
Dr. Neculoiu’s family includes her husband, their beloved Irish Setter Iris and her Standard bred horse Pegasus. Her hobbies include hiking in the woods, horseback riding, Yoga, paddle boarding and country living.
Dr. Ed Creighton
Dr. Ed Creighton is part owner of the Albion Hills Veterinary Hospital with his wife Lorna; however, he only works part-time at the clinic. His full-time job is as a veterinarian for the government in the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Ed was born and raised in Ottawa. He graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. In the winter he tries to find as much time as he can to go skiing.
Dr. Lorna Lee
Dr. Lorna Lee is a part owner of the hospital, along with her husband Dr. Edward Creighton. Lorna has been the full-time veterinarian at the hospital since it opened in 1990. She was born in Aurora, and now lives in Palgrave along with her two children and her husband. She graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. In her spare time she especially enjoys spending her time around 3-day event horses.