Ruth graduated from Ridgetown College in 1995 as a Registered Veterinary Technician and joined Beaverton Crossroads Veterinary Services in 1999. Ruth enjoys the country feel and the welcoming atmosphere of the clinic, and appreciates the opportunity to work so closely with animals. She currently lives with her husband, two dogs and two cats. Ruth likes scuba diving and traveling and says, “It's been great working with caring staff and wonderful clients.”
Ria studied at Seneca College and joined Beaverton Crossroads in September 2004 as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Ria lives near Brechin with her husband and two children, two dogs, a cat and their horses. Ria and her husband keep busy with their dairy business as well as their individual careers. Ria enjoys the days she works at the clinic and appreciates the doctors, staff, clients and patients.
Dayna started at Beaverton Crossroads as a co-op student and was later hired as night staff during her years at Brock High School. She attended Georgian College and graduated in 2005 as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Dayna worked at a variety of clinics before returning to work at Beaverton Crossroads in 2009. She enjoys traveling, dirt biking and motorcycling. She lives in Sunderland with her Bullmastiff, Rottweiler and two horses.
Megan worked at Beaverton Crossroads Veterinary Services as a high school co-op student in 2007 and continued working here as night staff throughout her college years. She completed her college co-op placement at Beaverton Crossroads and graduated as a Registered Veterinary Technician through Georgian College. Upon graduation in May 2010, Megan was hired as a technician full-time. She currently lives in Cannington with her two dogs. She's an avid traveler, likes fitness training and time with her friends, and says she enjoys every minute of her work at the clinic.
Laurel began her career in social services. Years later, when she decided it was time for a change, she enrolled in the Registered Veterinary Technician program at Georgian College. She graduated with honours in 2012. Laurel worked at the Toronto Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre before beginning her employment as a technician at Beaverton Crossroads. She and her husband live with their three dogs, three cats and a ferret outside of Beaverton. Laurel enjoys scuba diving, traveling and spending time at home with her furry family.
Janet studied at Georgian College and graduated from the Registered Veterinarian Technician program in 2006. After starting her technician career at another clinic, Janet joined Beaverton Crossroads in 2014. She is married with two sons and currently lives outside of Woodville. She's passionate about animals and in her spare time she enjoys painting and attending fitness classes. Right now Janet has one cat, but looks forward to more pets joining her family in the future. Her sense of humour is always appreciated by our staff, and lucky for us, Janet says she loves her work and looks forward to many more years at Beaverton Crossroads.
Kerri Lynn joined the Beaverton Crossroads family in May 2016. Having always loved animals, she began working in the animal care industry as a volunteer at the age of 13. In 2007, she graduated on the dean's list from the Registered Veterinary Technician program at Georgian College. She has a special interest in canine behaviour and training, which led her to design and implement a puppy socialization and training course with group classes and private home lessons. During her down time she enjoys spending time with her two and four-legged family members, taking every opportunity to get out and enjoy nature.