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Happy Retirement Dr. Shelagh Cantley

To My Colleagues and Clients,

After much thought and consideration, I have decided to retire from the practice of veterinary medicine June 5,2017. I will dearly miss all my wonderful clients, colleagues and especially my furry patients, but I look forward to spending more time with family and exploring new adventures that come my way. I am also looking forward to assisting my 3-year-old Border Terrier Penny with St. John Ambulance therapy work.

I have enjoyed my years as a veterinarian, especially the very special relationships formed with all of you. It has been an honour and privilege to have had the opportunity to care for your much-loved furry companions and I thank you for entrusting me with their care.

I wish you and your four legged friends much health, happiness, many walks on the beach and peaceful days sleeping in the sun.

“How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” Winnie the Pooh.

Sincerely Yours,

Shelagh Cantley, DVM

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