Meet the friendly staff at Harmony Road Animal Hospital!

  • Dr.
    Pathman Sivayogam
    Dr. Pathman graduated in 2006 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science at the University of Peradeniya. Immediately following graduation he worked as a Veterinarian in a disaster relief project conducted by World Animal Protection and Blue Paw Trust. After one year, he took part in a humane pet population and rabies control project. During that time he was the field coordinator for that model project for Asia.
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  • Erica Wood

    Erica has always loved animals, so she graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Seneca College in 2016 and wrote and passed the VTNE in the same year, becoming an RVT. She worked at a few other clinics for a few months before coming to work here at Harmony Road Animal Hospital in December 2017. If she's not here putting all of her effort into looking after all the animals that come through the door, she spends most of her spare time at home either knitting, writing, or looking after her own pet, Cadbury Bunny.

  • Brittany White
    Veterinary Technician

    Brittany has been working in the veterinarian field since she was 15 years old, starting as a kennel student, then going onto graduate from Durham College Veterinarian Assistant program in 2012, from there she has worked in a few different animal hospitals including emergency, until working at Harmony Road Animal Hospital in summer 2018. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, taking care of her cat and dog, Bailey and Jasmine and music. 

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