The staff at the Bloor West Village Animal Hospital are committed to the concept of teamwork, and focused on providing you and your companion animal with a wonderful hospital experience.

  • Dr. Christopher O’Toole
    Dr. Christopher O’Toole Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

    Growing up in North Bay with 3 dogs, 4 cats and numerous horses helped Chris realize his affinity for animals. Summers spent at the farm of the regional veterinarian for Northern Ontario exposed Chris to caring for animals and how people can ease their pain when they are sick, instilling a passion for veterinary medicine at an early age.

    In 1999, he graduated from the University of Toronto with an HBSc in Zoology and Physiology. He then completed his Veterinary degree at the Ontario Veterinary College in 2004. After spending the early years of his career honing his skills at a fast paced downtown Toronto practice, he decided to open his own hospital in Bloor West Village in 2009. At the Bloor West Village Animal Hospital, Chris focuses on leading a team dedicated to easing the suffering of their patients, easing the anxiety of the clients and on constantly learning in order to improve their skills. Animals have given him so much in his life and he is honoured to be able to help them in return.

    Chris has lived in Toronto’s West End for over 15 years with his beautiful wife, his wheaten terrier poodle cross Guinness, and has three children: twins, Griffin & Zoey, and a younger daughter, Harper. His professional interests include surgery, internal medicine and dentistry. He also readily combines alternative medicines into his practice. Outside of work, Chris is an avid tennis player and a 3rd degree blackbelt in tae kwon do. He also enjoys reading and spending time with his family. He is happy to have the opportunity to care for the companion animals of Toronto’s West End.

  • Tara

    Tara’s lifelong love for animals led her to go back to school in 2014 to become a Registered Veterinary Technician and she has worked at Bloor West Village Animal Hospital ever since! Her favourite parts of this career are giving TLC to our patients (belly rub expert!), using her technical nursing skills while learning new things every day and working with such a compassionate, dedicated team. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling with her husband Jeff, spending time with her fur babies Dutch & Roger, working out, reading all kinds of books and eating delicious vegan food.

  • Daniela

    Daniela was born and raised in Cancun, Mexico. While living in Cancun Daniela and her family rescued over 50 cats which helped further develop her passion for helping animals. She is working towards her BSc majoring in Wildlife and Conservation at the University of Guelph. She wants to pursue a career as a DVM in the animal Endocrinology research field. Daniela has 4 cats, and a 17 year old retired Standardbred horse named Hidalgo.

  • Megan

    Megan’s journey in the veterinary field started as a  veterinary assistant 10 years ago. Her passion for cats and dogs has always been evident in her life. Megan shares her home with Molly the Maltese, and 3 cats. Currently she is enrolled in the veterinary technician program through Penn Foster College. Wen she is not doing school work, she loves to organise and clean, and interact with her family. She has been working at Bloor West Village Animal Hospital for a year. She values the team and the great veterinary care they provide.

  • Uneeb Memon
    Uneeb Memon

    Uneeb has volunteered with numerous vet clinics and the Toronto Wildlife Centre before he began working as a veterinary assistant at Bloor West Village Animal Hospital in August 2020. He has grown up around many animals including rabbits, ducks, chickens, goats, sheep and cows and always had a soft spot for the feral cats and dogs he encountered when living in Pakistan. Following his lifelong passion of working with animals, Uneeb graduated with a HBSc degree in Zoology from the University of Guelph in 2019 with aspirations to return to school for a DVM degree. When he is not working at the clinic, you may spot him longboarding around the city, spending time with his friends and cheering for Toronto sports teams.

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