After graduating from veterinary school at the University of Montréal (Quebec) in 2009, Dr. Stephanie Cory moved to Western Canada to complete a 1 year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the University of Saskatchewan. She stayed on as an Internal Medicine Clinical Associate with the U of S Veterinary Teaching Hospital for one more year, teaching senior year students in their clinical rotations, before moving on to private practice. Dr. Cory worked at a clinic in Northern Alberta as well as at another clinic in Saskatoon before starting at Orchard Veterinary Care in March 2013. Dr. Cory has completed advanced training in ultrasonography (ultrasound) and has special interests in internal medicine and neurology. She lives with her husband, her three young children, and two very tolerant cats that put up with constant hugs and kisses from her toddlers!
Dr. Lisa Hrycan
Dr. Lisa Hrycan graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008 and promptly moved with her husband to Edinburgh, Scotland where he pursued graduate studies in Landscape Architecture. In Edinburgh, she enjoyed working in a just-for-cats clinic, as well as volunteering at a charity clinic providing care for the pets of people who need social assistance. Back in Canada in 2010, she spent 1 year as the clinical associate in Small Animal Surgery at the WCVM, teaching senior veterinary students surgical techniques and supervising their first surgeries. She then alternated years having beautiful baby daughters and working part time in private practice in Saskatoon. She now lives, works, and enjoys life in Saskatoon with her husband, two amazing daughters and one very patient cat.
Dr. Diti Antonopoulos
Dr. Diti Antonopoulos is a hometown gal who graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Afterwards she found herself working in Regina with a private practice that specialized in 24 hour emergencies, but Saskatoon soon beckoned her home. She joined the Orchard Veterinary Family in October 2016. In her spare time she loves to visit with her family, friends, her boyfriend Alex, her cuddly cat Nyx and her recently rescued puppy Waffles.
Dr. Mandy Gudelot
Dr. Mandy Gudelot immigrated with her family at the age of 12 from Hong Kong. She graduated from the University of Guelph before moving to Saskatoon to attend the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, from which she graduated in 2015. Afterwards she worked in 24 hour emergency hospital in Regina only to find her way back to Saskatoon as the O.V.C.'s newest addition. She loves to spend time with her husband, to sew and to take their dogs Finnegan (Bichon Frise - Shih tzu cross) and Mya (Husky - Jack Russell Terrier mix) for long walks.