Our Practitioners

Caren working on a horse

Caren Dougall

  • RVT (Registered Veterinary Technician)
  • CETP (Certified Equi-Tape Practitioner)
  • SURE FOOT® Equine Stability Practitioner Hoof 1
  • Certified WEBB Practitioner (Whole Energy Body Balance For Animals)
  • CEBI (Certified Equi-Bow Instructor)
  • WEBBCT (Whole Energy Body Balance Certified Teacher)

Hello,

I am excited to see that you’re exploring ways for you to be able to assist your animal’s overall well-being! My name is Caren and I am passionate, to say the least about animal health and welfare.

My goal is to not only help your animals but also to help you learn more so that you can continue to be their best health advocate. Together we can work to get their bodies back on track through hands-on support as well as healing the body from the inside out with nutritional and homeopathic support. My background allows me to practice a holistic approach. Meaning we will not only support them through their “symptoms” but also get to the root of the imbalance in the body that is causing “dis-ease”. I look forward to meeting you and supporting you through your animal health journey.

Amy poses with her dogs Nash and Annie.

Amy Bruce

Certified WEBB Practitioner – May 2022

Hi there! 

My name is Amy and I have been a lover of dogs since I was a little girl. Currently I have a 3 year old Border Collie named Nash, 9 week old Border Collie named Annie and a 2 year old cat named Freddy. 

I have spent the last 10 years involved in dog sports. Started with my first Border Collie named Toby. We trained and competed in dock jumping and frisbee, but also trained agility, lure coursing, sheep herding and any other fun activities we could do! While training and competing with Toby, he end up with a hind end injury. We worked through his injury laser therapy, hydrotherapy, chiropractor, massage, etc. It wasn’t until I got Nash that I learnt about bodywork through North of 9. Nash was having some hind end issues as well and the things I knew that would help just wasn’t enough. After Nash’s first appointment with Caren, I was hooked on learning everything I could about bodywork. I not only wanted to help my dogs, I wanted to help every dog! 

When I’m not working I enjoy spending time with my family, friends and animals, dog training, hiking, sports, working out and I enjoy snuggling up with my furkids and watching T.V. at the end of the night. 

It brings me so much joy to be able to work with you and your dogs. Being able to contribute to them living their best life is so rewarding!

I look forward to continuing my education and being able to provide support to you and your dogs with services such as: Kinesiology Taping, PEMF and more. 

Connie poses with her dog Casey

Connie Mead

Certified WEBB Practioner -Jan 2022

Certified Pet First Aid and CPR 2021

Certified DNM University Pet Food Specialist

Certified DNM University Raw Food Specialist

Hi! Thank you for stopping by to check out my bio.  Let me tell you a little about me….

I am a wife, mother and lover of all animals.

I developed a love for dogs early on, as growing up we had several dogs in our home. Currently, I am a proud fur mom to my 15 year old Lhasha Schnoodle Casey (pictured above)

I am honoured to have spent time volunteering for some local dog shelters, being a dog foster mum, and participating in wildlife rehabilitation at my local wildlife centre.

I am finding great joy working with you and your dogs. Being able to contribute to their well being is an amazing experience!

I am looking forward to continuing my education and being able to provide additional support for my clients in the future with services with such Homeopathy, PEMF, Kinesiology Taping  and more.

When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my family, baseball, baking and a little reality TV.