Cheryl was born and raised on a farm in Southwestern Ontario and knew from an early age that her future would involve caring for animals. She graduated from Centralia College in 1979 and began working as an animal health technician. In 2002, Cheryl moved to Bruce County to start a cow-calf operation with her husband, Jack.
She currently has a variety of pets including horses, cows, sheep, chickens, guinea hens, dogs and cats. Cheryl enjoys working in the animal health field, particularly the human-animal bond and how it affects her clients’ lives.