Dr. Graham graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2005 after first completing a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and Master of Science at Queens University. Her experience in the veterinary field is diverse, including working in both small and large animal practice and in the pet nutrition industry at Royal Canin Canada. She additionally has volunteered her veterinary expertise at sled dog races including the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Race – a qualifier for the Iditarod and Yukon Quest – and currently as a first responder for the Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre, providing emergency care for injured native turtles. Kirsten is bilingual and would be happy to assist clients in either Canadian official language. Elle a hâte de travailler avec les clients francophones et apprécie leur patience pendant qu'elle se débrouille dans sa langue secondaire!
In 2021 Kirsten launched her own mobile practice, Graham Mobile Veterinary Weight Management Services, with a focus exclusively on helping dogs and cats achieve and maintain a healthier weight; this practice concept is the first of its kind in Ontario! She also works as a locum (relief) veterinarian at a number of rural practices in Ontario. Kirsten is known for her practical, positive, and empathetic approach to veterinary cases and she particularly enjoys the challenge of situations that require creativity and problem-solving to achieve success. She looks forward to helping more Ontario pets through telemedicine!