Meet the veterinarians & team of Nation Veterinary Hospital in Casselman! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets! Please call us at (613) 764-1234 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Dr. Mireille Martineau

Dr. Martineau is a 2001 graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph, Ontario. She has been working at the Nation Veterinary Hospital since its opening in 2010.

Her special interests at work include preventive medicine such as vaccinations, parasite prevention and nutrition, as well as dentistry, ophthalmology and dermatology. During her spare time, she likes to keep busy spending time with her family and friends and undertaking home improvement projects. To relax, she enjoys reading and gardening.

Dr. Mélanie Cuerrier

Dr. Cuerrier graduted from the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph in 2005. She worked at the Embrun Veterinary Hospital for 13 years before joining our team.

Dr. Cuerrier has a particular interest in preventing behaviour problems in dogs and cats. She also enjoys preventative medicine, dermatology and soft tissue surgery.

Dr. Cuerrier loves spending time outdoors with her family (her husband and three kids) either snowshoeing, hiking or going on bike rides. She also enjoys reading, painting and martial arts. She has one dog and three cats. In summer, Dr. Cuerrier and her kids also do agility with their dog, Callie.

Christine Dicaire

Veterinary Technician

Christine is a graduate of the University of Guelph, Alfred Campus as a veterinary technician and successfully completed the exam to obtain her Registered Veterinary Technician title in 2008. She has been working at the Nation Veterinary Hospital since its opening in 2010.

She clearly enjoys working with clients and assisting the rest of the team in providing the best health care possible for each pet. Her favourite tasks are dental scaling and polishing and consultations in animal behaviour.

Christine spends her spare time baking, reading, listening to music, watching movies or spending time with her husband, daughter, Noémie, cat, Romeo, and her dogs, Brownie and Arkham. 

Marie-Pier Sauvé

Veterinary Technician

Marie-Pier graduated from the University of Guelph Alfred Campus as a veterinary technician in 2007. She has worked at the Nation Veterinary Hospital since its opening in 2010.

Marie-Pier is energetic and passionate about her chosen career. She enjoys educating clients about animal health care and nutrition as well as coordinating the pet weight loss program. She also has a special interest in dentistry and dental radiography.

She is married and has two cats, Charlie and Mika, and in her spare time, enjoys knitting, spending time at the cottage and going four wheeling. Marie-Pier is currently on leave and is due back in May 2019.

Stacey MacDonell

Veterinary Technician

Stacey completed her veterinary technician program at the State University of New York College of Technology at Caton, New York in May 1999 and earned her Registered Veterinary Technician status the same year.

She has 20 years of experience in clinical practice and enjoys cytology, dentistry and managing anesthesia.

She is married and has 2 human children, 2 dogs and 2 cats as well as a hobby farm with chickens, cows, horses and rabbits.

Pictured is Stacey with her dog Dash.


Veterinary Technician

Sacha graduated from the University of Guelph Alfred Campus in 2007 and became a registered veterinary technician in 2012. She worked 11 years at the Embrun Veterinary Hospital before joining our team in February 2019.

Sacha loves working with animals and enjoys the variety of work that a career as a veterinary technician offers. Her favorite aspects are surgery and helping clients and their fury babies.

Sacha is married, has two children and a dog named Paisley. She is an avid fisherman and loves to read in her spare time.



Clinic Cat

Sylvester found us in August 2011 as a wounded stray. He quickly stole our hearts and made himself at home at the Nation Veterinary Hospital. He likes to greet customers and their animals as they come in to our hospital.