Dr. Steven Wilson
Dr. Wilson obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Simon Fraser University in 1993 and graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996.
Dr. Wilson enjoys general practice because of the diversity of cases he sees and the clients he gets to meet. One aspect Dr. Wilson finds particularly rewarding is providing relief from arthritis pain in his geriatric patients. There are so many treatment options available that Dr. Wilson believes there is no excuse for these pets to suffer daily from this very common affliction.
Dr. Wilson enjoys spending his free time with his three children and new puppy Jack.
Dr. Hyojin Dong
Dr. Dong obtained her Bachelor of Science (major in Animal Biology) from University of Guelph in 2015 and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 2019.
Dr. Dong enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine, as she finds pleasure in assisting her clients in the care of their four-legged friends. She especially believes in proactive preventative medicine.
In her spare time, Dr. Dong enjoys travelling and training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Cory-Lee grew up in a household with many pets, developing a great interest in the well being and care of animals which led her to pursue a career in animal health. Cory-Lee graduated from the Veterinary Office Assistant program in 2004 and has been with Lakeshore Animal Clinic since 2005. Over the years she has enjoyed meeting and getting to know all the different clients and their family members. She likes to take advantage of our Okanagan weather by golfing and enjoys spending time with her husband, her three sons.
Animal Health Technologist
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Animal Health Technologist
Eva graduated from Fairview College (AB) in 2011, she grew up in Germany and she enjoys life in beautiful BC now and considers herself lucky to be able to work, live and play in the Okanagan valley now. She has a passion for the outdoors and animals, domestic or wild, furred, feathered or finned… With a scientific background in ecosystem management, she enjoys working in the laboratory and doesn't miss much under the microscope! Eva loves dogs and currently shares life’s adventures with her very well-behaved and sweet terrier Pixie. In her spare time, she can be found practising and teaching yoga and meditation, exploring new trails on horseback and nurturing her garden like she does your pet - with attention to the small details of care.
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Linda always had a passion for animals, large and small. She grew up in Vernon, BC and started volunteering in the pet health industry in elementary school and worked for local animal shelters, on farms and in veterinary clinics later. Today she brings a lot of valuable experience of having worked with different species.
Angela is from Kelowna. She has always had pets in her life growing up, it was a no brainer for her to have a career in animal care. She looks forward to expanding her knowledge and meeting new clients. Angela has recently graduated from Centre for Arts and Technology and received her Veterinary Hospital Assistant certificate. In her spare time she like to go biking, hiking, swimming and adventuring with her dog Chloe.
Brittany was born and raised in Vernon. From a young age she always felt a strong love for animals. She worked training dogs at a local dog daycare which made her realize that she wanted to get into the veterinary field. Brittany recently graduated from The Centre for Arts and Technology with a certificate as a Veterinary Hospital Assistant. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, skating, and all things outdoors.
Michelle grew up in Summerland. She has always loved animals but it wasn't until Michelle went traveling to South East Asia, when she knew that she really wanted to work in animal care. Michelle saw many animals in bad conditions, and knew she wanted to be in a career where she could make a difference. This experience led Michelle to taking the VHA program at CATO where she obtained her education, and learned a vast amount of skills that she looks forward to utilizing in her future. Michelle looks forward to her career with Lakeshore Animal Clinic. In her spare time Michelle loves spending time with family and friends, as well as playing baseball and volleyball.