Dr Stephanie Clarke

Dr Stephanie Clarke is a 2001 graduate of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine.  She started her career in mixed animal practice in rural Alberta.  She has done humane society work (pediatric spays and neuters, shelter medicine), emergency/on call work, and has been a part of a very busy small animal practice in Edmonton.  She and her husband Don moved from Edmonton to settle in Almonte in 2008. They are busy with their three daughters, Carys, Gabrielle and Meredith.  They also share their home with Shelby the Jack Russell Terrier and their cats; Fleury and Millie. Dr. Stephanie has a keen interest in anesthesia and pain management.  Having senior pets herself, she can relate to the challenges faced by pet owners as their pets age.  “I am excited to be working with the exceptional teams at both the Renfrew Animal Hospital and Mississippi Mills Animal Hospital.  Not only do I respect their level of commitment to animal health but I am thankful to call them friends as well.”


Dr Amanda Mulloy

Dr Amanda Mulloy has served Almonte and the surrounding community with veterinary services since 1996 and is thrilled to be continuing to do so at Mississippi Mills Animal Hospital.  Dr Amanda spends her free time with her family including her Canadian Dachshund Rescue Ally in the photo and playing soccer.   Dr Amanda is well known for her commitment to personalized patient care.

 

 

Dr Mark van Campen

Dr Mark van Campen and his family have lived in Mississippi Mills since 1999.  Dr Mark has special interests and training in ultrasound and surgery and is looking forward to applying his expertise at Renfrew Animal Hospital with state-of-the-art equipment.   Dr Mark is also available for referral ultrasound services.
 

 

Dr Donald Clarke

Dr Donald Clarke has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2002. Although he has worked with small animals his focus has been on bovine medicine and surgery. Before settling in the Ottawa Valley, Dr Clarke worked in Northern Alberta and Central Ontario. He is happy to offer large animal services from Renfrew Animal Hospital.

 

 

 

  Dr Evangeline Wiens

Dr. Evangeline Wiens has been in mixed animal practice for over 20 years.  Although she has worked with most domestic species, her first love is horses.  Dr. Wiens enjoys helping horse owners maximize the health of their animals through preventative medicine.  She likes to keep up to date with the latest issues that concern the health of horses and educating clients with that information.  When she is not working or looking after her family, her favourite thing to do is to go for a ride herself.  

Dr. Emily Jansen

Dr. Emily Jansen is happy to call the Ottawa Valley home again. She  grew up on a dairy farm in Pembroke Ontario, thereby fueling her interest to become a mixed animal veterinarian. Since graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College, Dr Emily has worked all over Canada, from New Brunswick to Northern Ontario to Inuvik. Her special interests include bovine reproduction and ultrasonography and small animal surgery and dentistry. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family.

 

Dr. Alena Corbin

Dr. Alena Corbin was born and raised in Ottawa.  She graduated from the University of Guelph and then went on to study at the Ontario Veterinary College.  After graduating in 2005, she decided to start her career in small animal medicine by the ocean in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.  Returning to Canada in 2009 she continued her practice in companion animal hospitals as well as the local after hours clinic and Humane Society in Kingston. She now lives in Arnprior and joined the Renfrew Animal Hospital team in early 2021. Outside of the clinic she enjoys photography, music nad her Airedale Terrie Lennie Briscoe and cat Herbie. They both help keep life entertaining.