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Meet the Team

Our team provides a truly unique approach to veterinary care and medicine.

We stay on top of the latest research and medical knowledge, and always keep our skills sharp so we can best help your pet stay happy and healthy.

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"As a veterinarian, I consider it my honor to be able to work with our world's amazing creatures."

Dr. Gobriel graduated from Cairo University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science, (B.Sc) and a degree in Veterinary Medicine (DVM). Following graduation, he joined The American Veterinary Center and worked there for 5 years. He then continued his education through the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph. Dr. “G” then worked extensive externships at the Kansas Humane Society in Missouri, USA. He has also worked at several other clinics in southwestern Ontario. He then moved to Newfoundland and worked at the biggest veterinary hospital on the island for over three years. Although he loved living there he decided to move back home to Ontario as he could not handle all the snow!

Dr. “G” has lived in the Oakville, Bronte Creek area with his family since 2005. He is the founder of Eglinton Mavis Veterinary Hospital in Mississauga. It was his clients who inspired him to open a hospital in Oakville to help serve his community and surrounding areas. In July he excitedly opened the doors to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, a brand new, state of the art hospital located in the heart of Oakville’s Bronte neighbourhood.

Some of his many interests include; emergency and critical care, exotic medicine, surgery, diagnostic imaging, and of course loving and caring for your pets!

Dr. "G" is a member with good standing of:
College of Veterinarian of Ontario
Ontario Veterinary Medical Association
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
American Veterinary Medical Association
Newfoundland and Labrador Veterinary Medical Association


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Hospital Manager - Veterinary Technician

Ever since I was a young child I've had a passion for animals. Growing up in the country in Nova Scotia not only did I care for my own animals but was always finding myself caring for stray cats, frogs, birds and whatever else came across my path. The feeling it gave me nurturing them back to health was overwhelming and I knew I was going to get into the Veterinary field as my career.
Graduating in 2005 has not only given me lots of experience, but it has reassured me of my love and passion for being a Veterinary Technician.

I look forward to working with the team at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital to bring professional, accurate and complete care to our clients and their fur babies.


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Veterinary Technician

I am a Veterinary technology graduate from Georgian college. I have been surrounded by animals my entire life and wouldn't want it any other way.
In my 'spare' time I enjoy volunteering as much of my time as I can at wildlife rehabilitation and conservation areas around the world. In June I was able to go to Costa Rica for Sea Turtle studies and rehabilitation!

I currently have a dog, maltese/poodle named Murphy and more recently, I've adopted black cat named Calypso.





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Veterinary Technician

I am a recent graduate of the Veterinary Technician program at Seneca College.

For as long as I can remember, my passion in life has always involved working with animals, which is why it was so easy for me to decide that becoming a Veterinary Technician is truly what I was meant to do.

I am lucky enough to have been surrounded by animals throughout my entire life, and the connections I have made with them continue to inspire me in all that I do, especially in this field of work. I currently have a dog named Sasha, two guinea pigs named Pork and Beans, and two mice named Gretchen and Karen.



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Veterinary Assistant

I am currently in grade 11 attending a local high school in Oakville. I have always loved animals and growing up was always surrounded by variety of lovable animals.

I am striding towards going to Guelph or Sheridan to accomplish my goal at becoming a veterinarian. I have two dogs of my own, Rocky a 10 year old shih tzu and Hannah a 5 year old miniature french poodle.

During my spare time I enjoy kickboxing and reading.


Liam
Volunteer
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I'm a person with fortune on my side, for I discovered my passion at an incredibly young age. Ever since I could toddle, I was ardent about saving the lives of animals, hence why I aspire to one day become a veterinarian and accomplish my dream of aiding animals.
Upon locating the Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, I immediately composed a resume, as I was ecstatic to apply and contribute whenever possible. Needless to say, I am a proud volunteer who is currently in the 10th grade, studying intensively to garner acceptance into the University of Guelph where I will continue my journey. Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital has provided me with excellent experiences and opportunities that brighten my future.
I previously had two adorable cats, Reggie and Rico, but both have passed. When my academic duties have been completed, I enjoy reading, playing baseball, and hiking.

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Monday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 AM-2:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

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