High Quality Services
At Eagleson Veterinary Clinic, you can be confident that your pet will be treated and cared for like they were our own!
As your primary care veterinarian, Eagleson Veterinary Clinic can ensure that you’re getting excellent service when trusting our professionally staffed clinic with routine check-ups, vaccinations, preventative health care, spays/neuters and more.
We know you have a choice when deciding on reliable and trustworthy veterinary services and we take that responsibility serious. Stop in and visit us and you’ll see why so many of your neighbors and friends have trusted Eagleson Veterinary Clinic with their pets!
How We Started
After many years of practice in Ontario starting from Timmins to Hamilton and end up in a 24/7 emergency clinic of Niagara, Dr. Ammar chose Kanata to be his home and decided to dedicate all his experience to serve Kanata/Stittsville families and their beloved pets
With a team of pet lovers, we strive to provide the best care possible for pets and compassion to the families and to focus mainly on pet owner’s education on how to prevent health problems of their beloved pets and to enjoy as many years of great companion as possible with the best quality of life
When emergencies happen, our team will be here for help and support and will do whatever in our hands to help our community members go through that hard time and get their beloved ones back to their families as healthy and happy as they possibly could be
We Treat Your pets like Our Own A combination of compassion, commitment and skill, the veterinary team at Eagleson Veterinary Clinic administer excellent medical care to your pets Comfort: We make sure that your pet is comfortable before administering a medical treatment. Informative: We walk pet owners through any medical procedure, so they are not left in the dark, worried and concerned. Focus: At any given point, we focus completely on the patient in front of us.
Meet our Team
Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!
After graduating with honors from the college of veterinary medicine, I started practicing veterinary medicine in northern Ontario for a few years. This is when I developed a special interest in small animal surgery and emergency medicine. I then moved to continue practicing at multiple emergency clinics in Niagara and Hamilton areas for few more years.
I always had the pleasure to work around excellent well educated and trained staff that shared my value of practice that is focused mainly on client education. I enjoy educating clients about the care of their pet, help them understand better the preventive medicine and take good care of their furry
family members. When emergencies happen, client education and understanding is key in making decisions and plans to save their beloved furry babies. Nothing more rewarding at the end of my day than seeing that smile on pet family faces knowing their beloved babies are now healthy and happy again.
I highly appreciate continuing education for myself and staff and to implement new tools of medicine towards improving quality of life for our furry family members and strengthen that bond with their owners. During my free time you will find me busy with my family, playing tennis, and reading.
Dr Dennis Verbickas
Dr. Dennis Verbickas graduated in 2004 from Ontario Veterinary College. After graduation, he worked in small animal practice in the greater Toronto area for 14 years before moving to Ottawa in 2018. He has special interests in preventative, internal and emergency medicine as well as veterinary opthomology and dentistry. Dr. Verbickas regularly attends veterinary conferences to keep up to date on the most current advances in veterinary medicine and has taken several surgical wet labs to enhance his surgical skills. He is a member of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) where the latest veterinary information is available. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, camping, and kayaking. He lives with his wife Gita and two cats Mama and Tuxedo. Dr. Verbickas gets a great deal of satisfaction from making a difference every day in the lives of both his patients and their owners.
Dr. Stephanie Reid BSc., DVM, CVA
Dr. Stephanie Reid has specialized in practising Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) with emphasis on Acupuncture and Herbal Therapy in the Ottawa area since 2008. At that time, she completed her training in acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Reddick Florida under the guidance of Dr. Huisheng Xie.
She takes appointments as a visiting specialist at Eagleson Veterinary Clinic. Prior to achieving her training in Acupuncture and TCVM Dr. Reid had over 30 years of practise in “Western” veterinary medicine, during which she had established two small animal hospitals in Kemptville and Manotick.
She has 10 years experience in Acupuncture, TCVM and Herbal Medicine cases in the Ottawa area.
Dr Michèle Morissette, D.C., C.A.C
Dr Michèle Morissette, D.C., C.A.C. graduated cum laude in Dec 1989 from Cleveland chiropractic college in Kansas City. She became a member of Ordre des chiropracticiens du Québec in 1990. She has owned her own clinic since 1990. She became a member of the Ontario College of Chiropractor early in 2013 and became a certified chiropractor in August 2013.
Dr Morissette studied animal chiropractic at Options for animal, college of animal chiropractors, in Wellsville Kansas, a school that is accredited by American Veterinary Chiropractic Association, International Veterinary Chiropractic Association and the Kansas Boards of Regents.
After being proficient at adjusting the human spine for 23 years (now 29), and being the owner of 2 dogs herself, the transition to animal chiropractic care has come naturally
As an animal chiropractor, Dr Morissette is highly trained to locate and correct areas of the spine known as subluxations (areas of the spine that are not moving adequately and cause irritation along the nerves) Veterinary Chiropractic treatment does not replace traditional veterinary medicine; however, it can provide additional means of diagnosis and treatment options for spinal problems as well as biomechanical related neuromusculoskeletal disorders. Veterinary Chiropractic can often eliminate the source of acute or chronic pain syndromes.
Trish, Veterinary Technician and Practice Manager
Trish has been in and out of the Veterinary industry since 1988 and has worked with both small and large animals. She also has an in-depth background in grooming, training, and animal behaviorism. She shares her life with her Fiance, 2 Thoroughbreds, 2 Clydesdales, 2 Siamese cats, and 1 very pampered Dalmatian. In her spare time, you will find her in the barn, on the training field, or enjoying the company of close family and friends.
Trina, Veterinary Technician
Courtney Reil, Registered Veterinary Technician
Bio coming soon.
Ashley D'Eon, Veterinary Technician
Ashley was born and raised here in Ottawa. Ever since she could remember she has known she wanted to work with animals. She has a passion for horses and has been riding horses since she was 12 years old. She is attending Algonquin College and has been working in small animal practices since 2015. She has a 10 year old golden retriever, Samson, and a 13 year old cat, George, whom she loves to spend her time with outside of work.
Julie has been working as a veterinary receptionist since 2003. Her favourite part of working at Eagleson Veterinary Clinic is making your pet’s visit with us stressless, friendly and enjoyable. Because coming to see your favourite doctor is fun!
She and her husband Adam are owned by a variety of four-legged and feathered friends; Edith Marie the Basset hound, Charles Huckleberry the Coonhound, Clydesdale horses Shi Ann, Lady Bird and May Belle, feline friend called Mary Margaret as well as Astrid Elizabeth the Lovebird and Ethel Sue the Pacific parrotlet.
Jade, Veterinary assistant and animal care attendant
I am currently completing my studies in Zoology at the University of Guelph but have returned home for the summer to help take care of your beautiful pets! I have experience working in small animal clinics, have a passion for all animals and hope to one day work with endangered species. I have a lovable dog named Sydney and an adorable cat named Griffin.