(We're working on Dr. Chris' bio. Despite the picture, he treats dogs and cats :)
(Gail's bio is coming soon - please stay tuned! Thanks)
Adriane graduated as a Registered Veterinary Technician in 2007 with Honours from Seneca College.
Adriane has been passionate about animals since she was 9 years old, bringing hurt or lost animals home. She has 18+ years' experience in animal health care, ranging from emergency medicine, shelter and clinic Medicine to rescue, disaster relief and foster care. Adriane lives with her husband , her dogs Annie and Tessa, a guinea pig named Gracie and her beloved cat Picasso ... All are rescues.
“Always Love” is Adriane's motto. She believes we can never have enough compassion and empathy for all animals.
Tarrah has always grown up with pets (dogs & cats) in the house, and started working with animals in high school.
In 1996, Tarrah started working at a kennel where she was introduced to grooming, which, although she didn’t know it yet, was going to end up being her career. She has now been grooming for over 18 years.
Tarrah grew up in Richmond Hill but moved to Mount Albert about 10 years ago with her husband Randy and diabetic cat “Freddie”. She is just coming back to work after being off on maternity leave with their son Kaysen.
When she’s not working she enjoys playing softball, ringette or enjoying the outdoors.
Get to know the Mount Albert Veterinary Hospital team!
Growing up in Etobicoke, Ontario, Dr. Paul knew he wanted to be a veterinarian at a young age. Completing his Biological Sciences degree at the University of Guelph he was accepted to the Ontario Veterinary College program and graduated in 2012. He then moved to PEI to complete a 1-year companion animal surgery and medicine internship at the Atlantic Veterinary College. After the internship, Dr. Paul moved to Nova Scotia where he practiced as a small animal locum veterinarian and emergency veterinarian. During this time Paul realized his interest in dermatology, internal medicine and preventative care, allowing him to offer the best care to his patients with confidence and experience.
After 2 years in Nova Scotia, Dr. Paul moved back to Ontario working full time as a small animal associate veterinarian. In the last 4 years Paul has gained a keen desire to help itchy animals and deal with troublesome allergies but also gained more experience in general surgery, dental assessment, and treatment. Focusing on client education, preventative care and overall pet comfort, Dr. Paul is excited to offer the best medicine options to your furry loved ones. Paul is excited to meet all the new clients at our wonderful Mount Albert Veterinary Hospital and their furry family members.
Dr. Paul lives in Keswick with his wife Jody and their three cats, Squish, Bear and Dummie. He spends his free time playing tennis, hockey, ultimate frisbee and gardening, but especially enjoys hiking and the splendors of Northern Ontario.