Dr. Caro Angus
After an initial career in the food industry, Dr. Angus realized that her true passion was helping animals and their owners. After graduating from St. Matthew’s University and the University of Minnesota, Dr. Angus has worked in both Ontario and Florida with both large and small animals as well as some exotics, the Toronto Humane Society and Toronto Animal Services. In addition, she has gained experience in emergency medicine and surgery working in clinics across Ontario. Dr. Angus lives with her husband Dan, daughter Alanna, Cleo the dalmation, Winky the cat and Parsley the rabbit. Dr. Angus loves to ride horses, ski and spend time with her family.
Katie has been working at Dale Vet Clinic since the summer of 2018, has been working in the animal care field since 1998, and has been awesome since birth. Her passions include geriatric pet care, pet dental health, fear-free nail trims, and handling saucy little dogs who want to bite her face off. She lives with her husband, Matthew and son, Odin, as well as a Presa Canario named Freya and a Toy Australian Shepherd named Beckham. She also has two cats, Grizabella and Shortbus.
Danica has spent her entire life owning too many pets, it made sense that she gravitated towards the animal field. Starting as a co-op student at a veterinary clinic in 2011 through high school, and then being hired on as a vet assistant and receptionist afterwards. She did take some time away to get involved with the family business installing swimming pools in 2017, but her heart has brought her back to a career with animals which led her to Dale Veterinary Clinic in November, 2019. Her family also rehabilitates wildlife (focusing on raccoons). She has a nine-year-old German Shepherd, Dozer, a twelve-year-old Aussie, Theo, and a two-year-old chihuahua named Buddha. She also loves her reptiles, having a Chinese Water Dragon, Levi, a Bearded Dragon, Blue, and a Columbian Boa named Kalao. In the summer she spends her spare time fishing for Musky and in the winter she ice fishes for just about anything.
Rayanne has graduated from the Animal Care program in 2019 and has volunteered at an animal hospital in Oshawa before joining the team at Dale Veterinary Clinic. She has always loved animals as a kid. Despite it driving her mother crazy, she always took in strays and nursed injured wildlife whenever she got the chance. Rayanne grew up with two cats, Larry and Princess, and a yellow-bellied slider turtle named Franklin. She hopes to adopt a dog and another cat in the future. In her downtime, she catches up on an unhealthy Netflix binge, as well as staying active outdoors.