Dr. Susan Dailley
Dr. Dailley graduated from Ontario Veterinary College in 2008. She practiced for over 6 years at Western Animal Clinic in London, Ontario, while concurrently working part-time as a shelter veterinarian for several of those years. Originally from Cambridge, Dr. Dailley returned closer to her roots in Guelph, Ontario. From here, she operates Dailley Mobile Veterinary Services and continues to provide locum coverage for small animal clinics in the area.
In 2012, Dr. Dailley received certification as a Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapist from the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Center. She also holds certificates in Reiki and Animal Communication and has a strong appreciation for integrative medicine. In the near future, Dr. Dailley hopes to add Hospice and Palliative care to her services.
Dr. Dailley's pets include two medium haired brown tabbies, Mavis and Beacon, a 'Snorkie' rescue dog from Alabama named David and a high-energy German Short-Haired Pointer named Smith.
When not working with animals, Dr. Dailley can be found running, practicing hot yoga, traveling, learning, or working on a new creative project.