Our clinic is rooted in our community.

Dr. Abraham Aho was raised on the south shore of Lake Superior in the rural Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He grew up helping his father, who is a veterinarian, both in the clinic and on “farm calls” in the surrounding community.

He received his B.S. in physiology from Northern Michigan University and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine (MSU CVM) in 2009. After graduating, he returned home to work in his father's mixed animal practice for the next 4 years. During that time he served for 2 years as adjunct faculty for the MSU CVM in ambulatory medicine.

After moving to Puslinch in December 2013 he began practicing in Campbellville. He worked with both small animals and horses and then eventually focused his time on the small animal practice.
He lives in Puslinch with his wife and three children, two dogs, two cats, five guinea pigs, two chickens and his special rabbit “Stella.”

Growing up in a small town he appreciates all that Puslinch and the surrounding communities have to offer and knows the importance of giving back to the community. When he is not at work, he can be found with his children gardening, (although they don’t usually help him) skiing, fishing or coaching his children in soccer, skiing, basketball or cross-country.


Nadia Hoganson

Practice Manager

I have always had a desire to work in a veterinary clinic in order to fulfill my passion for working with animals and to work with pet owners to help them keep their pets healthy and happy.   What I enjoy the most is interacting with a wide variety of clients and to make their experience at our clinic a positive one.  When not at work, my husband and I enjoy long walks in conservation areas, gardening, watching nature programs, legal and real-life documentaries and quiet times with a good book. We share our home with our cats who always provide us with laughter and unconditional love.


"I love my cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul.” (Jean Cocteau)

Registered Veterinary Technician

All my life I have had a strong love for and connection with animals of all shapes and sizes.
I graduated from Ridgetown College U of G in 2004 and have loved everything about being a veterinary technician since. Our clinic has a very small staff of amazing people that I have been lucky enough to work with for many years. I love how well we work together as a team and the close friendships we share.

My husband and I and our 2 year old son and share our lives with some of the best creatures on the planet: our Australian Shepherd Deeks, our 3 cats Parker, Simon & Smoke and our horses Sweetie, Mookie, Lucy, Maisy & Josie. I am so happy to see that my son already shares my love of all animals and I’m excited to watch him learn about and grow up with them like I did.

In my spare time I can usually be found in the barn, spending time with the horses, enjoying time outside on the farm, hiking with my family or reading.

Veterinary Technician

I have always had a love for animals growing up and had a desire to work with and care for them.  I am currently a veterinary technician student at Seneca College and will be graduating April 2021.  Although my career is just beginning, I have loved every second of it and am excited to learn and work with my amazing team, and grow my connections with clients and their wonderful pets.

I have 3 amazing animals at home; a Golden Retriever named Hemi, a German Shepherd named Lucy and a Leopard Gecko named Chevy. 

In my spare time I am usually out hiking, camping, watching a comedy movie, exercising or just relaxing at home with my family and friends.

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Registered Veterinary Technician

For as long as I can remember I have wanted to work with animals, and I have been fortunate enough to make that a reality! In March of 2020, I graduated from Northern College’s Veterinary Technician program with honours. Since then, I have achieved my goal of becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician. I have also developed a special interest in physical rehabilitation and am currently working towards my CCRP certification.

I love spending time outside, so my free time is usually spent hiking, camping, or just enjoying the weather with friends. My 10-year-old Yorkie, Chicklette, loves to come on outdoor adventures with me. Waiting for us at home are my 2 cats Oscar and Stanley, and my 2 rats Gus and Rice.

Animal Care Attendant

I have always cared about animals ever since I was young. As I got older I knew I wanted to turn my care for animals into my career. I recently graduated from Sheridan College in the Animal Care program and look forward to continuing my education at Seneca College to become a Veterinary Technician. I enjoy what I do and I am very fortunate I can help pet parents and their furry family.

Currently I share my home with a Beagle named Rolly and a leopard gecko named Akira. My hobbies include camping, hiking, working out, cooking, and drawing/painting.