A camp counselor in her early years, and a life-long passion for pets and animals, led Jennifer Ego to a career working with animals.
A camp counselor in her early years, and a life-long passion for pets and animals, led Jennifer Ego to a career working with animals. Starting the registered charity www.k9RescueMe.com seven years ago and working in the veterinary industry, Jennifer was committed to creating a camp that would provide kids with all the wonderful animal and pet connections that can be rewarding.
“What better way to put two passions together, my love of animals and my commitment to educate children on responsible pet ownership and the wonders of pets and animals”, she says. This small and wonderful idea has grown into an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and animals, and create a lifetime of memories.
Dr. Andrew Sparling began practicing in the Ottawa area upon graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1999.
Dr. Andrew Sparling joined Dundas Veterinary Services upon graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1999. He practiced both companion and large animal practice for the first three years slowly transitioning into companion animal medicine fully by 2002 when he became a partner in OVVPC. Most of Dr. Sparling’s time is spent at Osgoode Veterinary Services. Dr. Sparling has recently completed a course through the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre and is now certified in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy (VSMT) via the College of Animal Chiropractors. Special veterinary interests include VSMT, surgery, dentistry and canine and feline reproduction. Outside of the office, Dr. Sparling has served as a director and president of the Central Canada Veterinary Association and sat on the Animal Health Care facility committee for Algonquin College. Andrew, his wife Manon, and their sons Luis and Nathan share their home with a Great Dane, a golden retriever and two very hyper cats! His spare time is spent coaching kids sports, attempting to play some as well, camping, playing guitar and researching music of various genres.