Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

We are a team committed not only to helping pets, but also to excellent client service, education and communication. Our staff members are special pet lovers who have also received formal training.

Choosing the right veterinary clinic is an important decision. We can assure you that your pet is in good hands.

Dr. Baraliya, DVM

Dr. Baraliya's love of pets started at a very young age when he knew he wanted to become a veterinarian. He grew up in a pet loving family; he and his brother always shared the responsibility of being pet owners. Many years later in 1996, he graduated with his veterinary degree and has been helping to heal his furry friends ever since. His favorite part of the job is being an "advocate for the creatures that cannot speak for themselves." Dr. Baraliya has a special interest in preventive medicine, pain relief management, and surgery. He has a special interest in keeping up with new developments in the field of veterinary medicine. Dr. Baraliya enjoys watching soccer, cricket, hockey and spending quality time with his young family and his dog Hunter.


Client Care Representative / Veterinary Assistant

Deanna is one of the first smiling faces you will encounter when you visit our clinic. Much like the rest of the team, Deanna has wanted to work with animals since as far back as she can remember. Growing up with cats, dogs, lizards, and horses, Deanna's love for all animals big and small kept growing. In 2003 she started her career as a veterinary assistant for her grade 12 co-op program and has been working at various animal hospitals since then. Deanna is also a certified small animal nutritional advisor. Besides the constant learning, she feels the most rewarding part of her job is the relationships we make with the clients while keeping their pets happy and healthy. When Deanna is not working, you can find her at the barn riding her horses, or hiking with her Shepherd mix Eddie.



Client Care Representative / Veterinary Assistant

You will find Alexis front and center when you walk into the clinic, usually along side are clinic cat Pumpkin. She grew up with dogs around the house which lead her to start working in doggy daycare's after high school. Her knowledge started to grow and she ventured off and started working as a client representative/veterinary assistant in an animal hospital. Now she works with us full time in the same position along side Dr. B and the RVT's. She wishes to expand her knowledge in animal nutrition and behavior in the future. While Alexis is not here you can find her spending time with her own animals, Chevy, Ben, Phil and Sparrow or at the gym.



Olivia started with us in January 2020 as a co-op student from Seneca College. She officially joined the team at Eagles Landing in May of 2020, graduated from Seneca and passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam. She is currently working part-time while she completes her bachelor of science in animal biology at the University of Guelph. Olivia is excited to continue to develop her skills here as a technician.



At a young age, Alessia always knew that she wanted to work in the veterinary field. She completed her Honours Bachelors of Science at the University of Toronto in June 2020, and graduated from Seneca College's Veterinary Technician program in April 2022. As well, she has volunteered with the Toronto Wildlife Centre in the squirrel/chipmunk nursery, and has worked as a client care representative/vet assistant at a clinic in downtown Toronto. In school, Alessia has shown an interest in nutrition, surgery, and animal behavior. She has one pet at home (for now!) - a troublesome yorkshire terrier named Dobby. As she continues in her career, she hopes to work in shelter medicine to help those animals who have not yet received the love and care they most certainly deserve


Pumpkin is the big brother clinic cat. We rescued Pumpkin back in December of 2014 from the North Toronto Cat Rescue. Since then, he has become part of our clinic family. You can find him greeting you at the front of our clinic. Pumpkin loves attention, particularly from children, however if you bring a dog to the clinic, you may not see him at all. He has a unique, scratchy-sounding meow which will definitely get your attention when he would like it.


Oliver came to us as an orphan in September of 2016 at only 2 days old. Unfortunately, Oliver needed surgery to correct an open area on his abdomen and Dr B came to his rescue the very next day. After that, the team became his surrogate mother by bottle feeding, cleaning and ensuring his health improved over the next few months. Now Oliver can be seen running about the office getting into as much trouble as he can. If you are lucky to spot him, he loves to sit on your shoulders for some cuddles.