Vet Etobicoke, Bramton, Woodbridge
Dr. Mohinder Bangar (Owner)
Dr. Mohinder Bangar grew up in Punjab, India where his love of animals began early in life. His childhood was spent caring for a variety of animals to stray dogs and cats. Dr. Bangar graduated from Punjab Agriculture University Ludhiana Punjab India, College of Veterinary Sciences in 1994.
Soon after, Dr, Bangar joined a federal job in Punjab to help the farming community; specifically, cattle, buffalos, sheep, goat, etc. His passion extends to the medicine and surgery of all companion animals.He immigrated to Canada in 2002 and got his veterinarian licence 2007 and has been practicing veterinary medicine in Canada ever since.
Dr. Bangar lives in Brampton with his beautiful wife , daughter, and dog Tippy. He’s fond of reading listening to music, running and biking.
Dr. Shakeela Khan
Dr. Hofmann (Retired) Founder
Dr. Hofmann graduated form the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph in 1968. From 1968-1977 he worked in a veterinary clinic in Etobicoke. In 1977 he opened his own practice, Hofmann Veterinary Clinic.
Pat was born in Windsor and attended St. Clair College, from where she graduated as a Veterinary Technician in 1991. For the following two years Pat worked at an emergency clinic in Winnipeg. Pat returned to Toronto and started to work for HVC in 1994.
Pat currently lives with six cats. Pat also enjoys to read and take pictures of the many travel destinations she has been to, including: Alaska (cruise), Ireland, Scotland, Florida, Kentucky, Vancouver, and California. Sometime in the future Pat is planning on going to England, where she will most likely read more books and take more pictures.
Dawn was born in England. She moved to Canada 18 years ago, and currently lives downtown. She is the groomer that comes in to groom dogs and cats every Thursday. Before becoming a groomer, Dawn worked as a pharmacy technician. Dawn has been a groomer the last seven years.
Peace and quiet are Dawnâ€™s favourite hobbies, but since she has four dogs, three cats and a rabbit she probably gets little time to indulge in her favourite hobby.