Animal Care Attendants
Animal Care Attendants
Since 2007, Dawn has been a part of the Beaverton Crossroads team as a kennel assistant. Dawn is committed to ensuring a fresh and clean environment within the clinic. She cares for the animals and finds the work rewarding and interesting. Dawn adopted two dogs from the clinic who desperately needed a caring home. She says, “I continue to enjoy working with such dedicated and sincere staff to serve our clientele.”
Kate started working at Beaverton Crossroads in 2008 as night staff and has since become an asset to our daytime support staff. Kate enjoys the challenges of learning and working closely with the animals and other staff. She lives outside Beaverton with her two dogs and several horses. Kate is a certified farrier and owner of SK Quarter Horses and Kate Mark Farrier Services.
Holly grew up in Port Perry, Ontario. She joined the Beaverton Crossroads family in 2015 after graduating from the Animal Care/ Veterinary Assistant program at Durham College. Holly now lives in Little Britain with her American Akita, Bullet. She has had a passion for animals since she was very young and truly loves her position in the daily health and care for all types of animals.
Corisa joined Beaverton Crossroads September 2017 after graduating from the Veterinary Assistant program at Georgian College. She is the proud owner of a rescue dog named Callie and a horse named Casper. In her spare time Corisa volunteers for a church organization that helps to build the confidence of young girls. Corisa loves being part of a team working together to help animals with a keen interest in radiology and ultrasonography.
Wyatt was born in 2006 and was surrendered to the clinic in 2011 because of medical concerns. Since that time he's become a well-loved ambassador with clients and staff. His fame has extended outside the borders of the clinic and our clients often ask about him or request to see him when they're visiting. Wyatt spends most of his time sleeping on his pink flower pillow, seemingly unaware of the activity around him. Sometimes he can be found dipping his paws in staff members' drinks or begging for fries. He has clearly become “the king” of Beaverton Crossroads.