Owner of Lawrence Park Animal Hospital since 1992. Larry graduated from the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree where he received AAHA awards for highest clinical standing in small animal medicine and highest clinic standing in small animal surgery. Dr. Wilder is a member of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association. Since opening Lawrence Park Animal Hospital Dr. Wilder has also received two Certificates of Appreciation for outstanding service and skills in veterinary science. His professional interests include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. Outside of the clinic, Larry enjoys travelling and spending time with his family his Frenchies (not pictured) Dream, Chowder and cat, Tashmoo.
Dr Paul spent her childhood in Toronto, but moved to the US with her parents at age 16. She studied Animal Sciences at Washington State University, then headed east to Massachusetts for vet school,
graduating from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Heading back west again, Natalie worked as a vet in Seattle for five years before moving her family to Toronto. Dr Paul has been a regular locum at Lawrence Park Animal Hospital since 2011, and is now a full-time member of the team. Her professional interests include internal medicine, oncology and geriatric medicine. Outside of the clinic, Natalie enjoys travelling, karate, baseball, and spending time with her family including her pets, a goldendoodle and two cats.
Born and raised in Toronto, Dr. Tait had a detailed plan to pursue veterinary medicine as a career from a young age. Kerry started working at Lawrence Park way back in 2002. After two years at the University of Toronto, she moved to Guelph, where she completed her BSc in 2006 and graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2010. Her professional interests include internal medicine, pain management, soft tissue surgery, preventive care and client education. Outside of the clinic, Kerry enjoys music (playing the French horn in different community wind ensembles, and singing in her family’s rock band), reading, traveling (especially to New England), and spending time with her husband, Jamie, and their fur-family: 2 rescue dogs- Matilda (a potcake) and Sadie (a Treeing Walker Coonhound), and Hobbes, a tri-pod shelter kitty.
The College of Veterinarians of Ontario protects and serves the public interest through the regulation of the practice of veterinary medicine. As an animal owner, you want to have confidence your pet or animal has access to quality veterinary medicine in a safe environment. One key aspect of how the College supports quality and safety in the delivery of veterinary medicine is through the regular inspection and accreditation of veterinary facilities.