Meet the Team


Michelle  Landry, DVM photo

Michelle Landry, DVM

Unlike most people, it took Dr. Michelle a long time to figure out what she wanted to do in life. After six years of undergraduate studies (Biology and Geology) and three different universities, she decided she wanted to be a veterinarian. 4 years later (flashback 2004), Dr. Michelle graduated from the Atlantic College of Veterinary Medicine in Charlottetown, PEI. Shortly after graduation, she moved to Barrie, where she met her now husband, Chris, a Bradford boy. You can bring the East Coaster to Ontario, but you can never shake the East Coast out, and the family loves to travel back “home” to Cape Breton.
As if life with two toddlers and a bunch of animals wasn’t busy enough, Dr. Michelle and Chris decided to open a practice in Bradford in 2012. You may occasionally glimpse Chris and their now-grown daughters, Sophie and Alexandra, helping at the practices. When she is not busy carting the kids to their activities or at work, you may find her outdoors engaging in her favorite activities: camping, cross-country skiing, hiking, filling her birdfeeders, or gardening, or she might be in the kitchen trying out new recipes or maybe curled up with Mojo, a tea (or a glass of red wine) and a good book. See if you can guess if the scratches on her arms are from thorny things or clawed critters…
The family is blessed to share their lives with Poppy the Rottweiler, Mojo the cat, many fish, five laying hens, a rooster named Mr. Cuckles, and a corn snake named Willow.
Dr. Michelle is passionate about continuing education and is certified in veterinary acupuncture and Western veterinary herbal medicine and is currently working on her Chinese Veterinary Medicine herbal certification.

Rebecca  Ball,<BR>DVM photo

Rebecca Ball,

Dr. Becky has always loved all living creatures and knew by age 11 that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She grew up with various family pets, including dogs, cats, rats, and guinea pigs. Many summer family camping trips brought her closer to wildlife, and Dr. Becky could not wait to catch a frog or snake to take a closer look or rescue a worm or slug off the trail path!

To gain the experience she would need to get into vet school, Dr. Becky volunteered at the SPCA, secured a part-time job at a small animal clinic, and milked dairy cows on the weekends. In 2006, Dr. Becky’s lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian came true when she graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. One of the many highlights of her time at OVC was the opportunity to travel to South America as part of the Global Vets program, where she volunteered to assist with rural spay/neuter clinics.

After graduation, Dr. Becky spent the first ten years of her career as an associate veterinarian at a small animal hospital in Mississauga. As her family grew, she and her husband decided to relocate and settle in Bradford.

Dr. Becky joined Holland Street Veterinary Services in 2016, where she continues to enjoy working in the community she and her family are part of. As a general practitioner, Dr. Becky enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, including internal medicine, preventative care, and soft tissue surgery.

Dr. Becky and her family own a rescued epileptic English Springer Spaniel named Jax and a canary named Ginger. Dr. Becky is busy chauffeuring her kids to their sports and extracurricular activities when not working. She enjoys reading, ice skating, and spending time with her family in her spare time.


Loren<BR>Office Manager  photo

Office Manager

Loren has been at Holland Street Veterinary Services since day one and couldn’t imagine her life anywhere else. She has loved the growth in the clinic over the years. Loren started her vet career as a receptionist, and now you can see her as the Office Manager.
Her favourite clinic moments are deep conversations with a talkative German Shepherd or Husky and a Basset Hound that hasn’t yet grown into their ears. She also enjoys getting the stink eye from Fred, the clinic cat, anytime she is caught snuggling another feline friend.
Loren fell in love with Ginny, our newest clinic cat, and enjoys rubbing her belly at reception.
Loren Currently does not have pets after losing her beloved German Shepherd, Tucker. However, she has recently picked up the hobby of birding and shares her backyard with Cardinals, Blue Jays, and even a Chickadee named Chuck.
Loren shares her home with her husband, daughter, and son. If she isn’t at work, the dance studio, or the baseball diamond, you will always find her at any Florida theme park, a cruise ship, or a tropical beach.

Tayler<BR>Lead Registered Veterinary Technician  photo

Lead Registered Veterinary Technician

Tayler Joined Holland Street Veterinary Services in the spring of 2018 and is now the Lead RVT. She graduated from Seneca’s Veterinary Technician program in the summer of 2017 and wrote her registration exam immediately after that. Tayler was raised on a farm where she developed a love for animals, large and small. Tayler has a horse named Maya, A Bernese Mountain Dog named Tucker, and two cats named Cody and Luna, along with a few more furry friends, including donkeys, goats, llamas, chickens, peacocks, and ducks. Tayler is currently pursuing continuing education in Ultrasonography.

Tara<br>Registered Veterinary Technician  photo

Registered Veterinary Technician

Tara is a Registered Veterinary Technician who graduated from the Georgian College vet tech program in 2014. Growing up, Tara always had pets: cats, dogs, birds, rabbits, and even horses. Everyone who knew Tara knew she would go on to work with animals. Tara has experience working at an emergency veterinary clinic and with dog trainers at a doggie daycare.
A lifelong learner, Tara has completed Cat Friendly Veterinary Professional certification by the AAFP and is Level 2 Fear free certified. Her passion is making vet visits a positive experience for every pet, especially cats.
Tara spends time outside the clinic, kayaking, playing video games, and spending time with her husband, their cat Duncan, and their rottweiler Baron.

Lisa<br>Registered Veterinary Technician  photo

Registered Veterinary Technician

Lisa joined the Holland Street Vet team in the fall of 2021, coming to us with several years of experience in the emergency and critical care field, having worked previously at a VEC nearby for just over six years. This was her first foray into the world of regular practice, and it has been nothing but a great experience. Lisa looks forward to continuing to grow with all the wonderful friends she’s made at this clinic. Lisa graduated from Brock University in 2013 with a degree in Biological Sciences, then graduated with honours from the Veterinary Technician program at Sheridan College in 2015. She has maintained her registered (RVT) status ever since.

In her spare time, she loves relaxing by watching Netflix, crystal shopping, or doing little art projects – that is, of course, when she does not have to tend to her feline fur baby Elsa’s every need (in the form of lengthy cuddles that take up most of her time) - worth it though.

Trisha<br>Animal Care Attendant / Receptionist  photo

Animal Care Attendant / Receptionist

All of her life, Trisha's two passions were flying and animals. She was a Flight Attendant for many years until COVID happened, and she returned to school to become a Certified Veterinary Assistant. She joined the Holland Street Vet team in November 2020 and has never looked back. She can be found part of the time working reception and the rest in our exam rooms assisting with your pets. She is Certified Cat Friendly and is trained in a Fear Free approach to pet handling. She is a bonafide Enchanted Cat Lady Club member and is a cat mom to 4 beautiful kitties at home aged 4 - 15 years old. She spends her spare time being a loving Auntie to our two clinic cats and all of her friend's furbabies.

Tianna<br>Animal Care Attendant / Receptionist  photo

Animal Care Attendant / Receptionist

Tianna has been in the veterinary medicine industry from a very young age. Not only has she worked in regular veterinary practices, but she has also worked in an emergency/referral facility and a wildlife sanctuary.
Tianna shares her home with a parakeet named Norbert and a main coon named Ezra. Tianna loves all animal friends, including exotics, but her favourite visitors at the clinic are the bully breeds.
If Tianna is not at the reception desk with her fellow gingers Ginny and Fred or in an exam room assisting one of the Doctors, you can find her hopelessly and longingly waiting for her favourite group BTS to do a Canadian tour.

Holland Street Veterinary Services

444 Holland Street West, Unit 1

Bradford West Gwillimbury, ON L3Z 0G1

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For general information, questions, appointment requests, call us at:

(905) 775-4787
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In case of an after-hours emergency, please contact:
404 Emergency + Referral Hospital
510 Harry Walker Parkway South Newmarket, ON L3Y 0B3
Tel: 905-953-1933


Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday 8:00am - 8:00pm

Wednesday 8:00am - 8:00pm

Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm

Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed