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Lisa Charity, RVT

Since I was young I’ve always loved animals — both learning about and taking care of them. I went to university at Nipissing University where I attained my BSc in Biology. After university, I enrolled at Algonquin College in the Veterinary Technician Program, and in May of 2016, I graduated from the program and then attained my status as a Registered Veterinary Technician in July of 2016. I began Rest Your Paws Pet Care in 2018  after working in a couple of different clinics and not being satisfied with that area of work. I was looking to get out of the clinic atmosphere and help pet parents in a different way and now have the opportunity to share my love of animals with my clients and pet owners all over the North Bay area. I have experience with a variety of different animals ranging from your typical cats and dogs to the more exotic pets like ferrets and parrots. I am professionally trained to give various forms of medications including needles and certified in Pet CPR and First Aid. I hope I get the chance to meet you and your lovely pet(s) soon.





Pet Care Provider

Bryan has had a passion for animals and animal care his whole life. After achieving his BSC from the University of Guelph he worked in several animal care, natural interpreter, and science communicator positions throughout Ontario and has been fortunate enough to work with and care for a variety of species including dogs, cats, rodents, reptiles, birds of prey, parrots, and even insects. Bryan is always happy to meet a new pet and is always ready to learn new things or share his knowledge . He currently lives with his partner, dog, gecko, two turtles, and two cats in North Bay, Ontario.



Pet Care Provider

Amanda has always loved animals and dreamt of working with them as a child. She completed a Bachelor of Environment with a Minor in Biology. From there she spent a decade working with native and exotic species in a variety of zoos and educational programming across Ontario. She particularly loves reptiles and helping people to see the beauty in creepy crawlies. Since returning to her hometown of North Bay, Amanda has kept busy fostering animals of all kinds. She brings a quiet sense of nurturing to all of the animals in her care and always looks forward to meeting a new animal.

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