“My office is a botanic garden, just like my medicine.”
Born in Sherbrooke, Dr. Myriam Audet obtained her veterinary medicine diploma in 1998 from Ross University School of Medicine, St. Kitts, in the Caribbeans. She has completed her university career at Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana.
In 1999, she has continued her studies with a one-year residency in medicine and general surgery at Animal Medical Center in Manhattan, New York, city where she has then worked until 2003.
Dr. Audet moved back to Québec in 2003 and joined the Clinique vétérinaire du Vieux Village team in Sherbrooke.
In 2005, she completed a training in veterinary acupuncture. Five years later, she completed one in phytotherapy.
She became the owner of the Clinic (now Hospital) in November 2013.
Dr. Audet is also an active member of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and sits on the board of both the Association canadienne des vétérinaires acupuncteurs (AVAC) and the Association des médecines alternatives et complémentaires (AVMAC). She is committed to those modalities as well as complementary medicine!
Her family is made up of her partner, Stéphane; her sons, Eloi and Ulysse and her two grey cats, Steve and Simone.
Dr Andréa Lalumière-Moreau
“My recipe for happiness: A smile and a kitten that purrs down my neck.”
Born in Granby, Dr. Lalumière-Moreau grew up in a universe of animals and veterinary medicine. Just like her father, her profession is a passion!
She graduated from the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire in 2011. From then, she has developed expertise and refined her skills at Clinique vétérinaire de Sherbrooke.
She joined the Clinique vétérinaire du Vieux Village team in 2013.
With her strong interest in ophtalmology and emergency medicine, as well as her dynamic and kind-hearted attitude, Dr. Lalumière-Moreau will passionately make you discover the world of animal health.
Outside of work, she is an outdoors, biking and cross-country skiing enthusiast. She owns an adorable kitty, Stella, who was adopted at the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire’s shelter.
DR SONIA CAMIRÉ
“In my travels, I have discovered the secrets of therapeutic approaches such as the Bowen and the Niromathé.”
Having grown up in the small city of Black Lake, Dr. Camiré has come a long way since the beginning of her practice! In 2005, she graduated from Université de Montréal, where a beautiful adventure began.
After five years of practice in a hospital in Quebec City, she realized that modern medicine had its limits. Her cat Elliot made her discover the benefits of massages, since no drug seemed to relieve him from his chronic pain due to declawing.
Already, Dr. Camiré wanted to do more than prescribe pills or give injections. She wished to help animals with her hands and her love.
In 2010, our favourite adventurer left with her backpack to discover Oceania for a year. It is during her stay in Australia that she discovered the Bowen technique. For her, this discovery opened a door to the countless possibilities complementary therapies offer.
As soon as she came back from travelling, she took a Bowen class for humans in Montréal (AIMTC) over a two-year period. She then went back to Australia to perfect her technique on animals.
Dr. Camiré then took a long layover in France in order to take a Niromathé technique class and begin a veterinary osteopathy class in Paris (IMAOV).
After two years, she finally came back to Québec to finish her osteopath training and begin an acupuncturist training (IMAOV).
Dr. Camiré says that at the end of a treatment, when she sees this glow, this thankful flame in the eyes of the animal, she realizes that she has the best job in the world. Come discover her passion for complementary medicine!
DR MARIE-SOLEIL ROY
“Taking care of nature and animals is also taking care of ourselves.”
Mindful of the well-being of both nature and animals, Dr. Marie-Soleil Roy completed a bachelor’s degree in environment before taking the plunge and pursuing her greatest passion, that she shares with her father: veterinary medicine.
It is with great dedication that she takes care of your precious life companions. Thoroughly and gently, she will take the time to inform you and support you through all steps of their lives.
Minoune, found at the SPCA and Maisie, a greyhound retired from racing, have long shared her life. Soon, another racing greyhound, a breed that she particularly loves, will be added to the family!
DR ANNE FERLAND
“Every day is an opportunity to laugh, discover, love… and pet dogs!”
At 5 years old, Dr. Anne Ferland told her mom she would one day become a veterinarian. This passion has never left her since. She has recently realized that childhood dream by graduating from the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire at Université de Montréal in 2017.
Working as a student at Hôpital Vétérinaire Vieux Village in the summer of 2015, Dr. Ferland instantly appreciated the family atmosphere between the team members and with the clients. Deciding to come work here after her studies was an obvious choice for her.
Born in Racine, Dr. Ferland grew up in the countryside in Stanstead, surrounded with nature and her pets, who were always family. Without surprise, she treats her pets as if they were her own children: Goliath the chihuahua teckel, eternal teenager, and Merlin, the elder feline member of the family.
Besides her love for animals, Dr. Ferland loves the outdoors and camping. Her love for hiking has actually recently led her to Yukon, where she has long hesitated to stay and take on the Dawson City veterinary clinic with three of her veterinarian friends… One has to dream!
TECHNICIANS AND CLERK
“Always ready to help, I am generous in tips and solutions.”
Josée got her animal health technician degree from Cégep de Sherbrooke. In 2009, with 10 years of service at Hôpital Vétérinaire Vieux Village, she was promoted chief technician. Her enthusiasm and organization skills made her the best candidate for the job!
In love with cats, Josée and her daughter Mélina share their home with Abyssinians. They also have often temporarily sheltered abandoned kittens and puppies.
Josée’s big heart will surely charm you!
“I stay in shape by biking and running to keep up with the team’s younsters.”
Eddy has been working at the Hospital since 1994 and is essentiel to its functioning. His great sense of humour helps us overcome stress! He is also in charge of building management and maintenance and helps Audrey in equipment maintenance.
Eddy was born running! He loves spending time outdoors and fishing. We call him a gentleman farmer with his chickens and bunnies.
He lives with his partner Isabelle and his three daughters: Coralie, Rose and Olivia as well as his dogs, Fly and Watson.
“Life is too short, let’s laugh!”
Audrey has graduated as an animal health technician from Cégep de Sherbrooke in 2006. She works at Hôpital Vétérinaire Vieux Village and at our Clinique de stérilisation des petits animaux de l’Estrie since then.
With Eddy, she is in charge of management and making sure the diagnostic tools are working properly. She is also our nutritionist!
Audrey is dedicated to animal well-being, which fascinates her more than anything! She owns a gorgeous cat named Ronnie.
“In love with climbing and ambitious, I climb mountains as a sport and in life!”
Vanessa was born on a dairy farm in Ste-Agnès de Dundee, where she has first discovered the veterinary profession, and then the animal health technician profession, which drew her in immediately.
In 2010, she moved to Sherbrooke to undertake a animal health technician technique at Cégep de Sherbrooke, where she graduated three years later. She has then worked for two different veterinary clinics, as well as for the CHUS’s pet store part time, before joining the HVVV team in July 2016.
Vanessa wishes to specialize in feline behaviour, which particularly fascinates her. Her cat Douxo, whom she adopted at the end of her studies, helps her learn by being her guinea pig!
Marie-Pier graduated in 2016 from Cégep de Sherbrooke, in her hometown. During the summer of the same year, after falling in love with the Clinique Féline de Sainte-Foy in Québec City during her internships, she decided to join their team.
After working with them for over a year, she decided to come back to Estrie in order to be closer to her family.
In November 2017, she joined the Hôpital Vétérinaire Vieux Village team.
Along with being an animal health technician, Marie-Pier helps with the family business: “Ferme Bernier Roberge”, which specializes in cultivating asparagus and plums.
Being a cat lover, she has three cats: Simon and Mercredi, both Cornish Rex and Paul, an old domestic cat. But we can’t forget her dog, the legendary Lady! You might spot her on the Hospital’s Facebook page and at the hospital.
“My smile is contagious, I hope you catch it!”
After undertaking a career change, Danielle graduated as an animal keeper in 2012. She now mainly works as a desk clerk at the Hospital.
Animals have always been a passion of hers! She owns a parrot, a parakeet and numerous beautiful birds. This mom of two big kids splits her time between home and the Hospital.
In her free time, she likes painting and scrapbooking.
Alex-Ann had an internship at the Hospital in March 2019. She ended up joining our team two months later.
She has a second job at the Centre canin de l’Estrie, where she, among other things, gives desensitization to swimming classes to dogs in an outdoor pool.
She has a small Corgi named Jughead!
Rosie joined our team in summer 2019.
She particularly enjoys drawing and reading outdoors with her two furry friends: Sookie and Verglas. She also loves spending time in the sun with her family!