Welcome to Embleton Veterinary Hospital, your local veterinarians in Peel

We’re proud to provide a wide variety of veterinary medical services for dogs, cats, pocket pets and exotics in Peel & surrounding areas!

We take pride in delivering premium, personalized, compassionate care to our patients through Peel Region and surrounding areas. Our team strives to provide a stress-free visit for veterinary care. This all starts with a warm hello for you and a yummy treat for your pet.

Watch Our Very Own Dr. Nadia Speaking at a TEDx Talk in Mississauga

Dr. Nadia Hirani
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Hirani completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences, with honors at the University of Guelph and a Bachelor of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney, Australia, pursued work in Australia for a short while prior to moving to the Greater Quinte Region of Ontario working in general and emergency practices, and building and running a cottage practice. Dr. Nadia returned to Mississauga to start a new decade with Copenhagen Veterinary Mobile Services, a small and pocket animal mobile service. Dr. Nadia enjoys the company of her husband, two daughters, four german shepherds and an orange tabby. She is active within the Ismaili Muslim community working with the Ismaili Council for Ontario Health Board and Volunteer Veterinarian and Founder of Pawz4Cause.org

Dr. Natalie Scorgie
Dr. Scorgie graduated with honours from the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) in 2018. Originally enrolled in the nursing program at the University of Toronto, Dr. Scorgie switched career paths after witnessing the benefits of animal-assisted therapy for patients at Sick Kids Hospital. She developed a deep appreciation for the human-animal bond during that time and became inspired to pursue veterinary medicine.
While in vet school, Dr. Scorgie worked as a summer student at the OVC Animal Cancer Centre. She was also a research assistant at the Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation, which strives to advance the understanding of human cancers through research in companion animal cancer patients.
Dr. Scorgie represented fellow veterinary students on the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association Board of Directors from 2015 to 2017 and was recognized by the International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society for her proficiency in emergency and critical care upon graduation from veterinary school. Dr. Scorgie has a special interest in ophthalmology, oncology, surgery, dentistry and pain management. She loves working with clients to ensure the best quality of life for their pets.
When not at work, she enjoys eating anything vegan and spending time with her husband, son and French bulldog
Dr. Daicos
Stay Tuned
Senior Administrator

Joanne is our Senior Administrator at Embleton Veterinary Hospital and has been working with Dr. Nadia since 2019. Despite entering the veterinary profession later in her career, Joanne always felt very connected to animals from a young age. Having lived in remote areas of Ontario as a child, she fondly remembers caring for orphaned wildlife of all kinds – wolves, bears, foxes and beavers, just to name a few. Today, Joanne enjoys spending quality time with her family, two cats and a dog. Her dog, Troy, is a certified therapy dog through St. John’s Ambulance. Together, Joanne and Troy volunteer at the Dorothy Lea Hospice. Joanne is passionate about providing good care to animals and giving back to the community.

Receptionist & Veterinary Assistant

Erika is a Veterinary Assistant and Receptionist at Embleton Veterinary Hospital, and has been working at Embleton since February 2022. She graduated from Sheridan College with a certificate in animal care. Erika’s love for animals sprung when she was just four years old after her family brought a chihuahua puppy home. Since then Erika now has two senior boys, Louie the 12-year-old Shih-poo and Tito the 9-year-old chihuahua. Erika is also a huge advocate for bully breeds. In her spare time Erika enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and of course, her dogs.

Registered Veterinary Technician
Victoria graduated from Sheridan College’s Veterinary Technician program in 2017. Before Victoria became an RVT, she studied as an Environmental Technologist as she loves the outdoors. When she is not working, Victoria enjoys camping, cottaging, canoeing and playing with her dog, Barry.
Veterinary Technician 
Heather started in the veterinary industry in 1994 as a teenager, volunteering at a clinic in Toronto. In 2004, she began a full time veterinary career working in Woodbridge where she learned about every facet of a vet clinic and how it runs. For the 2 years she was there, she worked as receptionist, assistant, kennel staff and technician. After that, she spent 6 years at a very busy clinic in downtown Toronto as a technician and then worked as a clinic manager at a cat only clinic in downtown Toronto. In 2015 she began working at a clinic in Etobicoke (where she met Dr. Nadia in 2019!) and then semi-retired in 2020. In keeping with her love of all things veterinary medicine, she began working as a Claims Specialist for Trupanion in 2020 and transitioned to the role of Medical Record Reviewer in 2021, where she still gets to use all the veterinary knowledge she’s accumulated over her career to help pets get the care they need. Heather’s veterinary interests are dentistry and nutrition on which she’s done many continuing education courses. She enjoys snowboarding in the winter, horseback riding in the summer and hiking all year long. Her home is shared with her 2 daughters, Maeve and Maren. They are all kept busy by 2 senior cats, Bowie and Keeva, a Devon Rex rabbit name Coal and a crazy Chocolate Lab, Mitch.
Veterinary Technician 
Andrea is a Veterinary Technician and has been working at Embleton Veterinary Hospital since July, 2022. Andrea studied veterinary medicine in Uruguay and graduated in 2001. Since moving back to Canada, she has worked in various clinics in the GTA. Since a very young age she knew she would be working with animals and enjoys every aspect of her job, especially surgery and dentistry. When not at work she likes to spend spend time with her boston terrier Cruz, her cat Paloma, and her loveable quaker parrot named Oats. Andrea is also a busy mom to a very active soccer playing teenager, Luca.
Veterinary Technician Student
Abby is a Veterinary Technician student from Sheridan College. She will be graduating and becoming an RVT in 2023! She began following the veterinary medicine path in high school when she started a co-op placement at a veterinary hospital in Hamilton. Since then, she has developed a deep interest and admiration for the field. In January of 2022, she began her college field placement at Embleton Veterinary Hospital and became part of this amazing team! In her spare time, she likes to read, and spend time with her pets! She has a Yorkshire Terrier named Archie, two Siamese cats named Daisy and Cadbury, a Black-Capped Conure named Kiwi, and a Crested Gecko named Chadwick!
Veterinary Student

Lauren is a Veterinary Student at Embleton Veterinary Hospital. She has been working at Embleton VH since June 2021, but has worked with Dr Hirani since 2015. Lauren completed her Bachelor of Science at the University of Guelph, and is currently attending UC Dublin in Ireland to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She will graduate as a Veterinarian in 2025. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys training and competing with her dogs in flyball and agility. She has a particular interest in companion animal sports medicine and rehabilitation.

Veterinary Assistant
Maria is a Veterinary Assistant at Embleton Veterinary Hospital. She has been working at Embleton VH since December 2021. Maria has applied to colleges as she plans to continue her education to become a Registered Veterinary Technician in the near future. She has a particular interest in the surgical side of Veterinary Medicine, as well as the nursing and animal care aspect of the industry. When she’s not working, Maria enjoys teaching her cat Marley tricks such as retrieving, sitting and shaking a paw.