Our Team

A team with a common mission. Individuals who are highly professional, continually educated, kind and honest. Our fuel is to serve and help animals and humans because it feeds our souls.


“Chief Veterinary Officer”



AKA Dr. Uvi Singh

Dr. Uvi brings two decades of extensive experience across three continents – Africa, Europe and North America. When curious pet parents inquire about his origins, he proudly states that “Africa runs through his blood, but Canada is home.”

Dr. Uvi has a broad range of experience encompassing the scope of emergency and critical care medicine, reproductive medicine, advanced surgical and endoscopic surgery, with all of this supported by well-honed diagnostic skills in making challenging diagnoses.

Don’t be surprised when he starts communicating astutely with your pet kid because he reverberates his life mission and purpose at a molecular level …that is, to serve animals and their human parents!


Hospital Manager

Renata has been serving pet parents and their pet kids for two decades. She is one of the kindest and most understanding humans you will meet. It is for this reason that you will find her on the frontline supporting and defending all of our Hospital’s core values and mission.

Renata has a passion for camping with her family, cooking, and reading. She is a mother to a son and daughter, her sweet Rottweiler, Shelby, an English Bull Terrier mix named Faith, and a bearded dragon named Lily. Before starting her human family, Renata rescued many creatures, big and small, including
a squirrel. Renata is truly fueled by animal luv.


Lead Registered Veterinary Technician

Andie is one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians. Since graduating from the Veterinary Technician program at Sheridan College with high honours, she has devoted herself to companion animal medicine with a particular soft spot for both senior and rescue pets. At home, Andie dedicates her time to her fur baby family of: Nergal, the asthmatic kitty with only one kidney;  Arwyn, the one-eared warrior cat; Rocket, the feral; and Jack, who is everyone’s favourite stray all the way from West Virginia.


Veterinary Technician

Nicole is one of our Veterinary Technician/Nurse and Certified Animal Care Worker (Georgian College) with over 15 years of experience, and has a passion for the well-being of all animals. She has special interests in Canine Reproduction services and is certified in Canine and Feline Behavior and training. She has been fortunate enough to work in wildlife rescue/rehabilitation (certified also through Georgian College.


Registered Veterinary Technician


Bio coming soon!


Client Services 


Bio coming soon!


Veterinary Assistant

Jess is our Veterinarian Assistant who you will see assisting in appointments and welcoming you and your fur baby at the door.

Jess has always had a passion for animal care and has owned many different animals from rabbits, dogs, and reptiles. She recently changed her career path after completing 911 communication training to devote her skills at our hospital. She is hoping to advance her knowledge in fall 2022 to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. At home, Jess has a miniature Goldendoodle named Moose and is hoping to foster and rescue in the near future.


Veterinary Assistant

Nekoma has always had a great love for animals. Coming from Manitoulin Island she moved to Oro Medonte to complete the paramedic program at Georgian College. While living here with family, she fell in love with caring for a variety of animals which has been heavily influenced by the crew at Howling Pines Alaskan Malamutes. Over the last few years, she has been learning about and practicing low stress handling, obedience training, grooming, environment enrichment, nutrition, socialization, dog breeding and much more. She has now decided to explore a new path of veterinary medicine and is hoping to become a Registered Veterinary Technician.


Personal Assistant to Dr. Uvi

Laurie competed for many years with OCTRA – Ontario Competitive Trail Riding Association. Later she volunteered for St. John Ambulance Therapy dogs for 14 years, and also became the accredited lead evaluator for SIMCOE County – Barrie branch. Laurie shares her love, life, and laughter with her three fur babies – 2 mini schnauzers, Kaeleb and Khandi, and her “adopted “standard poodle Sophie. Working as Dr. Uvi’s personal assistant, and combined with her passion for all animals, Laurie is thrilled to be a member of the AHOBF team, who consistently deliver the highest level of skill and compassion for the patients entrusted with their care.


Kennel Staff

Bio coming soon!