As the Practice Manager, Natasha has always had a passion for helping pets and people equivalently. Natasha helps create a healthy and positive environment for our team, clients and patients by advocating for work life balance, self-care, equality, patient care and best medicine.
Natasha's career in veterinary medicine started in 2008, and she joined the Headon Forest Animal Hospital team in 2011, as a client care advocate. Over the years, her passion grew for helping clients through end-of-life care for their pets. Aside from her compassionate nature, she has achieved this by studying death, dying, grief and bereavement. Natasha has been a source of support and guidance for many Indvidual's and families whom are caring for their palliative care pets, euthanasia, sudden death and the grief that can follow pet loss.
Outside of work, Natasha enjoys being active whether it is on a walk, hike or going to the gym. She also enjoys meditating, reading, or watching a good movie (although bad movies can be equally entertaining). Natasha resides in Burlington with her two sons, and their two dogs Ben (the mixed breed rescue) and Hutch (French Bulldog).