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Dr. Wendy S Hatch
Stroud Veterinary Hospital
Dr. Wendy grew up in Muskoka, surrounded by domestic and wild animals, and she never remembers a time when she didn't want to be a vet. The only time she has ever been without a pet is during her first 2 years of university- after that, she smuggled a rabbit into residence for companionship. Her husband and daughter currently share her with a Saluki, a German Shepherd, a Terrier mutt, a cat, and a lovebird. After working in more than fifteen clinics throughout Ontario, Dr. Wendy started Stroud Veterinary Hospital in 2004. Although starting a family at the same time was not part of the plan, her daughter had different ideas. The ability to practice medicine according to her own philosophy has been very rewarding, although balancing work and home life has sometimes been a bit challenging! Coming from a rural background, Dr. Wendy chose Stroud for its small town feel, and the ability to have a very personal relationship with all her clients and patients. She welcomes the opportunity to speak in the community, and likes talking to children about animal care, as well as interacting safely with other people's pets. When she is not at the clinic, Dr. Wendy might be found horseback riding with her daughter, carving wooden bird sculptures, cooking with friends, or piloting a small plane. She enjoys puzzles of the logical kind, and is always up for a stimulating verbal debate on almost any subject.
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Dr. A. Grace McGuirk
Paramount Animal Hospital
I am a small animal veterinarian who has practiced veterinary medicine throughout Canada since my graduation from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2012. I have spent the last 3 years practicing in the south western corner of Ontario and currently reside in Hamilton with my 3 cats, Sassenach, Scotia and Simone. I look forward to expanding the way I practice veterinary medicine to telemedicine in hopes that I can continue to help everyone in my community to the best of my ability and in a away that provide them with relief and dignity.
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Dr. Susan Campolongo
Rouge River Animal Hospital
Born and raised in Guelph I graduated from the Veterinary college in 1982. I have been in private practice ever since. Rouge River Animal Hospital is my own practice which I opened in 1997. I am a solo practitioner. The hospital is open 7 days a week. We also offer boarding for both dogs and cats. I have a license to perform house calls should the need arise. I am also a pet owner being the proud parent of Sheriff, my German Shepherd. Our hospital also offers an on line webstore where clients can purchase a large assortment of veterinary products.
online consults with Susan Campolongo

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Dr. Jamie Imada
Parkdale Animal Hospital
Jamie graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2013. He pursued small animal practice gradually working his way east to Kingston. From there he has migrated back to Guelph to pursue a Phd at the Ontario Veterinary College . He works as a relief veterinarian for the Guelph Kitchener Waterloo region.
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Dr. Renee Fleming
Guelph Animal Hospital
R. Fleming attended the University of Guelph, graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Studies in the fall of 2000, and she started the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at the Ontario Veterinary College that same year. Dr. Fleming has always had a passion for exotic and wild animal medicine, and has assisted with the medical care of African elephants, white rhinoceros, giraffes, lions, and many antelope species. While at the Guelph Animal Hospital, Dr. Fleming can be found tending to anything with fur or scales. She sees the majority of our small mammal patients (rabbits, ferrets, rats, chinchillas, lizards etc.) and treats them with the same caring and compassion that she does our dog and cat patients. Her most avid area of interest is pain control – both surrounding surgery and for chronic conditions such as arthritis or cancer. Dr. Fleming also has special affinity for pets with ‘squished’ faces – she is our resident bulldog expert! She has owned both English and French bulldogs and will (hopefully) never be without one in her family.
online consults with Renee Fleming

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Dr. Stephanie Cukier
Nottawasaga Valley Veterinary Hospital
I graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2014. I began my career in mixed practice in eastern Ontario, but moved back to the GTA where I grew up. Now I have been practicing exclusively with cats and dogs since 2016. Working in small animal general practice, I can relate to wanting to have your urgent questions answered without necessarily having to head straight to the emergency clinic. I understand that each veterinary visit can be stressful to your pets, and that some questions and concerns can be discussed remotely. I am enthusiastic about working with pet owners in this forum to help you provide the best for your pets.
online consults with Stephanie Cukier