Dr. Caroline VonWaldburg
I am a small animal veterinarian with a special interest in behaviour, welfare, and the amazing bond we share with our four-legged family members.
I am fear-free certified and have a Master’s of Science in Animal Behaviour and Welfare from the University of Guelph. I love public speaking and education, and have spoken at Animal Welfare conferences. Nothing makes me happier than helping clients discover all the ways that we can provide a full and happy life for their pets!
Patient comfort and client care are my top priorities, from the day they come home, to the day we say goodbye. I will work with you to help your puppy or kitten learn to love veterinary visits and nail trims. When it comes time for surgery, I always make sure my patients are comfortable and pain-free. As our beloved pets age, they may require care they didn’t previously need. Geriatric medicine and quality of life are very important to me because old age should never be considered a disease. When the time comes, I will gently help you through end-of-life decisions. This is always a difficult time, and I strive to provide a peaceful, honourable and supportive environment. I am driven by the love we have for our pets and will be here to support you through all your pet’s life stages.
I am originally from Cobourg, Ontario and relocated to London with my partner, Matt, along with Sgt. Pepper, our Kenyan sand boa, and Evie, our whippet. My hobbies outside of veterinary medicine include singing, playing the guitar, piano, and ukulele, baking, cycling, tennis, downhill and cross-country skiing, hockey, theatre, comedy, and spending time with family.