Dr.Ervin HarxhiDVMClinic Owner/Veterinarian
Since a very young age, Dr. Harxhi has always, without question wanted to become a Veterinarian and is truly fortunate to be able to live his dream career. His #1 goal is to provide the best possible care for all his patients, and to help give them the healthiest and longest possible life with their families.
Dr. Harxhi graduated from the Veterinary School of Albania and after graduation spent 4 years in Hanover Germany, where he completed his PhD in the field of Animal Reproduction. Since 2001 has worked at a number of hospitals in Alberta and Ontario. Recently spent 5 years working at the Niagara Veterinary Emergency Clinic where the long hours allowed him to gain even more experience with emergency work and allowed to form a strong relationship with his clientele. Dr. Harxhi is an active member of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, American Veterinary Dental Society and European Society of Veterinary Cardiology.
Dr. Harxhi's goal: Building a strong client-doctor relationship and developing a professional bond, one that is unique to the veterinarian. Providing superior veterinary care has always been a passion, with the plan to be on the leading edge of positive changes to the veterinary profession.
Lilo will welcome you with a warm meow! She's our friendly greeter with her favourite being any of our furry friends having a fluffy tail!
Education: Seneca College
Valerie has been a member of the Stone Church Team since 2007! She graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Seneca College in 1995, and successfully completed her registration with the OAVT. She started working as a technician in Toronto and the GTA, gaining valuable experience in an emergency facility, a companion animal hospital, and the internal medicine department of a referral practice. Her veterinary knowledge, technical skills, and compassion, have been an asset to our clients and their pets. Valerie lives in Hamilton with her loving husband and her two wonderful sons. She currently does not own any pets; however, she is an active foster mom for shelter dogs until she finds her special furry friend to call her own.
SarahRegistered Veterinary Technicians
Sarah graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Northern College in 2012, and completed her registration with the OAVT. Sarah also completed a graduate degree of Companion Animal Physical Rehabilitation in 2013. This course focused on the rehabilitation of dog and cats with injuries and joint abnormalities. Sarah lives in Hamilton with her family and her five pets, which includes three dogs and two cats.