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Hospital Lead

Megan became a veterinary technician because she wanted to make a difference in peoples’ lives, and most importantly, help their furry members get on the road of recovery no matter how difficult the challenge may be. She loves being a part of a team that makes a positive impact on local families and ensures that they always feel cared for.

Megan joined the Waterdown Animal Hospital team in August of 2023. She had been looking for her “unicorn” clinic where she could put down some roots, enhance her skills, and continue to grow as a technician – and she found it here! Professionally, Megan enjoys challenges that do not have a simple answer. There’s something about pulling together as a team and working hard collectively to achieve a goal.

Outside of work, Megan has two dogs of her own: a lovable German shepherd/Doberman mix named Duke who is a total couch potato, and an Australian shepherd who does not believe in nap time and loves to play in the water.



Veterinary Assistant

As a child, Matt looked up to environmental advocates, especially those who focused their efforts on helping the animals of the world. Seeing their good work inspired Matt to follow in their footsteps and pursue a career in the veterinary industry. As a veterinary assistant, he loves being able to help animals and educate owners on the best ways to care for their furry family members.

Prior to joining Waterdown Animal Hospital, Matt spent some time in other areas of animal care before making his way to vet clinics. Professionally, he has a special interest in nutrition, as he believes it’s one of the best ways to keep animals healthy and prevent future medical issues.

When he’s not busy working, you will likely find Matt dabbling in his other hobbies, which include 3D printing and modeling.




Jenna grew up in Burlington, ON with a natural love of animals and a deep desire to help them in any way she could. It came as no surprise that she would eventually make her way into a job in the veterinary field, where she could put her love of service and pet care to good use!

As one of the receptionists here at Waterdown Animal Hospital, Jenna loves being face-to-face with clients and providing them with all the support and advice they need. And, of course, there’s the fact that she’s surrounded by animals all day that really makes Jenna enjoy her job.

Jenna doesn’t have any pets of her own currently, due to her mother’s allergies, but she hopes to one day adopt a ragdoll cat. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, lifting weights, spending time with friends and family, and watching reality TV.