Dr. Memon attended the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. He then completed extensive externships at KHS in the United States, and several hospitals in southwestern Ontario.
Dr. Memon gained many years of experience in emergency medicine and critical care. His professional interests are internal medicine, diagnostics, soft tissue surgery, and exotics/pocket pet medicine. He is a member with good standing in:
He has had a special bond with animals ever since he was a child. In his spare time, Dr. Memon enjoys reading scientific journals, jogging, listening soft instrumental music, and spending quality time with his family.
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Karolina has been working around animals for more than 20 years.
She joined Dixie Eglinton Animal Hospital in 2012 and now works at both locations, though she can most often be found at Lorne Park Animal Hospital. She has been a dog trainer for over 25 years.
She has loved animals since she was a child and has many pets at home to keep her busy.
Mary Ann graduated from Sheridan College with honors in August of 2005. She has been working as a veterinary assistant for several years.
She has previously done work involving daycare, grooming, and rescue dogs. Mary Ann is dedicated to providing compassionate care to each and every pet and owner that visits our clinics.
She has had cats, dogs, birds, and hamsters as part of her family. Mary Ann is looking forward to adding more four-legged friends in the future. When not at work, Mary Ann enjoys reading, fishing, gardening, swimming, and getting together with family and friends.
After earning her BSc at the University of Waterloo, Deborah worked at a major financial institution for several years, where she was focused on relationship building and finding creative solutions to complex problems. She has always been passionate about animal welfare, behaviour, and nutrition, and has decided to apply her skill set in a new way by pursuing a career in veterinary medicine.
Deborah enjoys working with the veterinarians, technicians, and patients at both My Own Vets clinics. She is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all the patients that she has the opportunity to interact with and care for on a daily basis.
When she’s not at the clinic, Deborah can be found training her 2 cats, horseback riding, volunteering with a local cat rescue and dragon boat club, and travelling off the beaten path.