Team

Our team prides themselves on excellence in customer service. A friendly approach and attentive staff welcomes each of our customers.

Dr. Daniel Leduc

Veterinary doctor

Dr. Daniel Leduc graduated in 1993 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montréal. After completing a teaching certificate at the University of Quebec in Outaouais and teaching at the Cité Collégiale, he set up the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais in 1997. His clinical interests are in medicine, surgery and ultrasound.

Dr. Daniel Leduc

Veterinary doctor

Dr. Daniel Leduc graduated in 1993 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montréal. After completing a teaching certificate at the University of Quebec in Outaouais and teaching at the Cité Collégiale, he set up the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais in 1997. His clinical interests are in medicine, surgery and ultrasound.

Dr. Marie-Claude Lussier

Veterinary doctor

Dr. Marie-Claude Lussier graduated in 1992 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montréal. Originally from the south shore of Montréal, she practiced for five years in a veterinary clinic in Longueuil before joining Dr. Leduc in 1997. Over the years she has developed a particular interest in medicine, dentistry and ophthalmology.

Dr. Marie-Claude Lussier

Veterinary doctor

Dr. Marie-Claude Lussier graduated in 1992 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montréal. Originally from the south shore of Montréal, she practiced for five years in a veterinary clinic in Longueuil before joining Dr. Leduc in 1997. Over the years she has developed a particular interest in medicine, dentistry and ophthalmology.

Nadia Poulin

Manager

A native of the Saguenay region, Nadia obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Biology in 1999 from the University of Québec in Chicoutimi. She settled in the Outaouais region in 2000 and joined the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais team soon in the same year. Her work as a manager gives her the opportunity to combine her love of animals, customer service and contribute to the management of our great team.

Nadia Poulin

Manager

A native of the Saguenay region, Nadia obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Biology in 1999 from the University of Québec in Chicoutimi. She settled in the Outaouais region in 2000 and joined the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais team soon in the same year. Her work as a manager gives her the opportunity to combine her love of animals, customer service and contribute to the management of our great team.

Maryse Bernard

Chief Technician

Maryse is from Beauce. Over time, she has developed a particular interest in cats and dogs and a passion for animal health. She obtained her Diploma of College Studies as an Animal Health Technician in 2001 at the Cégep de Sherbrooke. She was a technician in the Québec region for several years and then fate led her to the Outaouais region in 2007. Since then, it has been a pleasure for her to be part of our outstanding team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais. She spends her free time letting her creativity run wild in various projects: crafts, cooking, music and of course, she spends time taking care of her three loving cats.

Maryse Bernard

Chief Technician

Maryse is from Beauce. Over time, she has developed a particular interest in cats and dogs and a passion for animal health. She obtained her Diploma of College Studies as an Animal Health Technician in 2001 at the Cégep de Sherbrooke. She was a technician in the Québec region for several years and then fate led her to the Outaouais region in 2007. Since then, it has been a pleasure for her to be part of our outstanding team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais. She spends her free time letting her creativity run wild in various projects: crafts, cooking, music and of course, she spends time taking care of her three loving cats.

Mélody Quesnel

Animal Health Technician

Mélody is originally from Eastern Ontario and graduated from the University of Guelph Alfred Campus in Veterinary Care Techniques in 2007. She joined our team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais in 2013 as a technician and receptionist. Her role at the clinic is to welcome clients and their pets while ensuring that they leave well-informed. She shares her home with her family, a cat and a dog.

Mélody Quesnel

Animal Health Technician

Mélody is originally from Eastern Ontario and graduated from the University of Guelph Alfred Campus in Veterinary Care Techniques in 2007. She joined our team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais in 2013 as a technician and receptionist. Her role at the clinic is to welcome clients and their pets while ensuring that they leave well-informed. She shares her home with her family, a cat and a dog.

Jessica Bourgeois

Animal Health Technician

Jessica is from the Outaouais region and grew up on a cattle farm. She has had a passion and love for animals of all sizes since her early childhood. She graduated from Collège Boréal, Alfred Campus in Animal Health Technology in December 2010. She was then recruited by the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais in January 2011. She has been working since then with our great, passionate and exciting team. She loves all aspects of her work, but especially caring for our sick little patients and assisting in surgeries.

Jessica Bourgeois

Animal Health Technician

Jessica is from the Outaouais region and grew up on a cattle farm. She has had a passion and love for animals of all sizes since her early childhood. She graduated from Collège Boréal, Alfred Campus in Animal Health Technology in December 2010. She was then recruited by the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais in January 2011. She has been working since then with our great, passionate and exciting team. She loves all aspects of her work, but especially caring for our sick little patients and assisting in surgeries.

Marie-Claude Plante

Animal Health Technician

Marie-Claude graduated from Collège Boréal in 2008. What she loves most about her work is the variety of tasks to be done, always witnessing and learning new things, and feeling the difference you make when animals go back home healthy. She loves this job because she is never bored and it keeps her excited! She is passionate about horses but also about all animals. She loves the outdoors and leads an active lifestyle. She is a new mom and more than happy in this new role.

Marie-Claude Plante

Animal Health Technician

Marie-Claude graduated from Collège Boréal in 2008. What she loves most about her work is the variety of tasks to be done, always witnessing and learning new things, and feeling the difference you make when animals go back home healthy. She loves this job because she is never bored and it keeps her excited! She is passionate about horses but also about all animals. She loves the outdoors and leads an active lifestyle. She is a new mom and more than happy in this new role.

Nadia Cyrenne

Animal Health Technician

Nadia graduated from Collège Boréal in 2013. For as long as she can remember, she has always had a crazy love for animals. In her youth, she always had animals, from hamsters and ducks to cats and dogs. She loves this profession mainly for the passion she has for these furry little beings and for medicine in general. But what she likes best above all is prepping patients for surgery, teeth cleaning and medical imagery. She plays soccer for fun. She needs a challenging job and to work with great team, so this job fills her with joy. She loves being a technician because two days are never alike. She shares her life with her beautiful dog Wilson who is teaching her about the world of canine agility.

Nadia Cyrenne

Animal Health Technician

Nadia graduated from Collège Boréal in 2013. For as long as she can remember, she has always had a crazy love for animals. In her youth, she always had animals, from hamsters and ducks to cats and dogs. She loves this profession mainly for the passion she has for these furry little beings and for medicine in general. But what she likes best above all is prepping patients for surgery, teeth cleaning and medical imagery. She plays soccer for fun. She needs a challenging job and to work with great team, so this job fills her with joy. She loves being a technician because two days are never alike. She shares her life with her beautiful dog Wilson who is teaching her about the world of canine agility.

Valérie Viau

Animal Health Technician

Valerie’s passion has always been animals. She completed her animal health technique at Collège Lionel-Groulx in Sainte-Thérèse, where she graduated in 2014. Since then, she has been working at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais with our team. What could be better than working in your greatest passion? Her favourite part of her work is the technical part, and especially everything related to surgery. She has a slight preference for cats (especially large furry ones), but she also loves dogs just as much. She herself has 4 cats at home. Her other hobbies include physical training, camping/cabin time and reading.

Valérie Viau

Animal Health Technician

Valerie’s passion has always been animals. She completed her animal health technique at Collège Lionel-Groulx in Sainte-Thérèse, where she graduated in 2014. Since then, she has been working at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais with our team. What could be better than working in your greatest passion? Her favourite part of her work is the technical part, and especially everything related to surgery. She has a slight preference for cats (especially large furry ones), but she also loves dogs just as much. She herself has 4 cats at home. Her other hobbies include physical training, camping/cabin time and reading.

Daphné Locas

Animal Health Technician

Daphne graduated from Collège Boréal in 2015, and she is originally from the city of Thurso, where she has always lived. What she likes best about her job is the teamwork. At the clinic, she says she is fortunate to be a part of a great and beautiful team where everyone works together to the best of their ability. “The purpose of our work is to know that we are making a difference for animals and their owners.” She is a cat and dog lover with a house full of pets: a Bernese mountain dog, a small Yorkshire Terrier as well as a Himalayan she loves. She joined our wonderful team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais as soon as she graduated. She knows that this clinic has made her the skilled technician she is now.

Daphné Locas

Animal Health Technician

Daphne graduated from Collège Boréal in 2015, and she is originally from the city of Thurso, where she has always lived. What she likes best about her job is the teamwork. At the clinic, she says she is fortunate to be a part of a great and beautiful team where everyone works together to the best of their ability. “The purpose of our work is to know that we are making a difference for animals and their owners.” She is a cat and dog lover with a house full of pets: a Bernese mountain dog, a small Yorkshire Terrier as well as a Himalayan she loves. She joined our wonderful team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais as soon as she graduated. She knows that this clinic has made her the skilled technician she is now.

Sébastien Gagnon-Bigras

Animal Health Technician

Sébastien is originally from Gatineau where he has lived all his life. He graduated in December 2015 from Collège Boréal in Alfred, Ontario and has since worked at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais. He is the father of 4 adorable and naughty cats (Yasmine, Olaf, Moumine and Kitty) whom he loves like his own children. What he likes about veterinary medicine is the fact that it is a constantly evolving profession. He constantly feels motivated to learn new things and to innovate. The clinic staff is like a big family to him. Away from work, he entertains himself with video games and tries to expand his musical repertoire on the piano and guitar.

Sébastien Gagnon-Bigras

Animal Health Technician

Sébastien is originally from Gatineau where he has lived all his life. He graduated in December 2015 from Collège Boréal in Alfred, Ontario and has since worked at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais. He is the father of 4 adorable and naughty cats (Yasmine, Olaf, Moumine and Kitty) whom he loves like his own children. What he likes about veterinary medicine is the fact that it is a constantly evolving profession. He constantly feels motivated to learn new things and to innovate. The clinic staff is like a big family to him. Away from work, he entertains himself with video games and tries to expand his musical repertoire on the piano and guitar.

Noémie Beauchamp

Animal Health Technician

Noémie Beauchamp graduated as an animal health technician from Collège Boréal, Alfred campus, Ontario in 2018. In January 2019, she joined our wonderful team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais. She is now living her childhood dream: taking care of the well-being of animals. Since she was a kid, she has always had a great passion for them! She loves horses as well as dogs, both large and small. Having always had all kinds of furry companions at home, it was inconceivable for her not to work with them!

Noémie Beauchamp

Animal Health Technician

Noémie Beauchamp graduated as an animal health technician from Collège Boréal, Alfred campus, Ontario in 2018. In January 2019, she joined our wonderful team at the Veterinary Clinic of Outaouais. She is now living her childhood dream: taking care of the well-being of animals. Since she was a kid, she has always had a great passion for them! She loves horses as well as dogs, both large and small. Having always had all kinds of furry companions at home, it was inconceivable for her not to work with them!