Carolyn’s strong love of animals enticed her to join the Lawrence Park Animal Hospital team in late 2008. With a background in 9-1-1 communication, she knows how to manage emergency situations when they arise in the clinic, and brings with her over 15 years of customer service experience. She is in her final semester at Centennial College completing her Human Resources Management degree. When she is not working at the clinic, she enjoys playing running and working out and can often be found at the local dog parks with her two dogs Marley (beagle/collie mix) and Brie (frenchie).
Tasha has been with Lawrence Park Animal Hospital since February 2013. As a kid she always wanted to work with animals. Although she ended up going in a different direction, she is now pursuing her childhood dreams. Hired on as an Animal Care Attendant.. Tash has now moved up into the roll of Lead Veterinary Technician. She was nominated for Vet Tech of the Year 2016!!!
Outside the clinic she enjoys working out, video games, comic books and hanging with her Rottweiler, Lion.
Lindsay has been with LPAH since she started as a volunteer in the summer of 2013. She has since been trained as an ACA and has loved every minute! Recently she graduated with an Honours BSc from UofT and is starting vet school at University College Dublin in the fall. Lindsay has always loved animals, big and small, and is thrilled start this next chapter of her life. She has two dogs, Nickey and Bentley, and hopes to work as a wildlife veterinarian in the coming years.
Annie has been part of the LPAH team since October 2013. She is working towards attending University of Guelph to become a large animal veterinarian. Annie has wanted to work with large animals since she was 5. Outside of the clinic she loves to travel, horse-back ride and spend time with her Great Dane, Margot and her Potcake, Brady!
Mango was adopted shortly after Roly. He is an independent soul, who prefers the company of his adopted brother more than that of the clinic staff. He does enjoy his daily brushings, but you won’t find him in anyone’s lap anytime soon.
Roly was adopted in 2003 by Dr. Wilder from a local animal shelter. He loves cuddling, sitting on laps, and keeping our Doctors and staff company behind the scenes, especially during their lunch breaks.