Dr. Bonnie Wesley


Hello there! I am Dr. Bonnie Wesley the Veterinarian at Sears Animal Hospital.

I graduated from the Ontario Vet College in 2002, working in small animal practices across Ontario ever since. In June of 2012, my husband Bart and I moved to the area from Horseshoe Valley and took ownership of the clinic from Dr. Julia Sears as she retired.

One of my special interests is Canine Pain Management and  Rehabilitation Therapy. In 2015, I received hands-on training and certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. In the ever-changing world of Veterinary Medicine, I feel it is important to keep current on the new studies and treatments as they become available and to always keep learning.

I attend several continuing education lectures and conferences throughout the year, as well as courses in Ultrasound Imaging.

In my chosen career, I have met and continue to meet wonderful people and their pets daily! I truly enjoy helping you to enrich the lives of your family pets by combining my experience, compassion and multimodal approach to medicine. I believe in the beneficial properties of alternative medicine such as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in addition to Western Medicine for improving and maintaining the quality of life for your animal companions.

The clinic has also been expanded to include Hydrotherapy and Laser Therapy services for post-surgical or rehabilitation purposes.

You may have met my husband Bart around the clinic. He always lends a helping hand to ensure everything is running smoothly! He also keeps our three children, Joey, Maddie and Naomi out of trouble.

We share our home with many different animals including Sunnie, our happy golden girl, Perry the African Grey parrot, Rosanna our bunny, and Charlie our Siamese cross rescue.

My ultimate goal is to provide the best possible care to your special family pet in a comfortable and relaxed setting. I look forward to working with you and meeting all of your best friend’s veterinary needs!