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Dr. Lee Wisener

Education: University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College

Dr. Lee Wisener graduated from the University of Guelph with a B.Sc. degree in 1980 and from Ontario Veterinary College in 1985. Over the past 20 years, she has practiced in Guelph, Elmira and Mississauga. She has worked in small animal practices and at the Mississauga Emergency Clinic. She recently completed a Masters Degree in Epidemiology (how diseases are spread) and is also interested in Zoonotic diseases (diseases that can be passed from animals to people). She has two busy children and enjoys cross-country skiing, running, orienteering, canoeing, and cycling.

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Dr. Lesley Ralston

Education: University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College

Dr. Lesley Ralston joined the Lakeview Animal Hospital team in September 2013. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1995 from the University of Guelph and a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2000. Since her graduation, Dr. Lesley Ralston has practiced in the Mississauga, Oakville and Burlington areas in both regular practice and emergency medicine.

Dr. Lesley Ralston lives in Mississauga with her husband, 2 children and the family pets. In her spare time, Dr. Lesley Ralston enjoys supporting her children in their many activities and spending family time hiking and camping whenever possible.

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Dr. Patricia Scott

Education: Ontario Veterinary College

Dr. Patricia Scott graduated with honours from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1980. She has been practicing in the Mississauga area for over 30 years. Her special interests are surgery and dentistry. She has a Black Belt in Karate, and enjoys practicing hot yoga. On her weekends off and vacations you will find her enjoying the outdoors, in such activities as hiking and cross-country skiing or visiting her family’s 170 year old farm.

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Office Manager

Kerie started here at Lakeview Animal Hospital, as a co-op student, shortly after its grand opening (August 1993) in September 1993, and was hired on as a kennel attendant/veterinary assistant in January 1994. She has worked in just about every position in the hospital including; kennels, treatment room and reception. Eventually, she worked her way into the office management position and has been here ever since. You’ll still see Kerie at the reception desk on occasion or where ever help is needed.

When not at work, Kerie enjoys being a mother to her two boys, spending time with her husband, gardening and cuddling her cats; Neon, Zazu and Bella.

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Assistant Manager/Receptionist

Julie has been a Lakeview team member since November 1999. Julie had worked in the animal care field in other clinics before settling down with us. She enjoys interacting with clients and their pets one on one. She also works within Lakeview’s adoption program finding the purrfect homes for many stray cats and kittens.

At home Julie loves spending time with her two pets Boa & Wynonna. Whenever she gets the chance, she heads away to the shores of Lake Erie for some R & R, taking advantage of all the area has to offer.

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Assistant Manager/Receptionist

Mary has been in the veterinary field since 1987. She has been with us here at Lakeview since July 1997. Mary completed the Animal Care program through Sheridan College in 1981 and also took a computer studies course in animal care.

Mary shares her life here in Mississauga with her husband Alex, her Siamese cat Kynka, her Turtle Fred and her Bulldog Mix Iris!

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Registered Veterinary Technician

Robyn graduated from the veterinary technology program at Ridgetown College in 2004 and soon after, attained her Registered Veterinary Technician status. She joined the Lakeview Animal Hospital team in July 2005 and brings a variety of expertise to the practice including emergency and TLC skills. Robyn is currently our head technician who manages a small team which consists of another RVT, technician/veterinary assistants and kennel staff.

Robyn’s love for animals has allowed her and her husband to adopt two amazing dogs. Daisy is a rescued puggle and Chief is a rescued shepherd/husky cross who Robyn brought back with her when she went up to James Bay with IFAW for a spay/neuter clinic.

In Robyn’s spare time she enjoys cooking/baking, the outdoors, spending time with her family (which can consist of throwing Daisy the ball for hours), and successfully selling Tupperware. Robyn is also been very busy in the animal rescue organization field; you can always find her collecting supplies and making sure that these rescues have what they need. Robyn is currently working with IFAW Northern Dog Project as one of their surgery technicians, Save Our Scruff as a key member to their vetting team and several Mexico rescues.

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Animal Care Attendant

Lindsay joined the Lakeview team in June 2009 after completing the Animal Care Program through Sheridan College. Prior to joining the team, Lindsay gained valuable experience as a co-op student at both Lakeview and another local animal hospital. Lindsay is usually found quietly working away in the kennel or treatment room area helping to care for our in hospital patients, adoptees and our clinic cats. You can now find Lindsay venturing out of her comfort zone ~ she is now helping answer the phones, booking appointments and selling food to the clients. She is a great help throughout the entire hospital.

When not at work, Lindsay is raising her young daughter Ava and large Golden Doodle Cooper. Lindsay enjoys camping and grooming her dog Cooper.

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Kennel Manager

Sue has been a valued Lakeview family member since March 1999; she was hired as the kennel attendant because of her love for all creatures big and small. Soon after that Sue was promoted to the kennel manager position as she knows how to run things efficiently. Sue not only makes sure that the hospital is clean and tidy, she also helps out the doctors and technicians with the day-to-day appointments/surgeries and of course take care of all of us (the staff)…she is the one that usually arranges staff events like birthdays and staff get togethers.

Outside of work, Sue is the proud mother of two grown sons. She also enjoys relaxing at her trailer with her husband, gardening, bird watching and caring for her many cats.