Dr. Parminder Kauldhar
I graduated from College of Veterinary Medicine in India in 1994 and since then worked as a Veterinary Officer with a special interest in small animal surgery, preventive medicine and dermatology. I love animals and enjoy talking to people about their pets. Practice of veterinary medicine is my passion and surgery is an art to me. Licenced as a veterinarian from College of Veterinarians of Ontario, Guelph since 2006, I worked at the 24-hour North Town Veterinary Hospital and North Park Veterinary Hospital in Brampton untill 2010. My philosophy is centered on knowing you and your pet with ultimate aim of taking the time to address your concerns.
I am very pleased to work with Dr. Mandeep Chaudhary who carry immense experience in veterinary practice and we also work at a pace where we can be personable to you and your pets. When not working , I enjoy time with my family which includes wife, daughter , son and young Maltese puppy Roxy.
Dr. Mandeep Chaudhary
Dr. Mandeep Chaudhary graduated from faculty of Veterinary Medicine in India in 1997 with honors. He then completed his Masters in Veterinary Surgery and Radiology in 1999 with honors. He started his career as veterinary officer with the state government before joining the Department of Surgery and Radiology, Ludhiana as Assistant professor. He has trained budding veterinary students and also imparted advanced training to veterinarians across the country in the field of Surgery and Radiology. During his tenure he has authored several published articles related to veterinary surgery.
Dr. Chaudhary immigrated to Canada in 2006 and worked as a veterinarian in Yukon before coming to Ontario. He has special interests in orthopedics . The spare time is spent with his wife, son Harsh and daughter Samaria. He plays and is a big cricket fan . He loves trekking and outdoors whenever he gets a chance of the busy schedule.
Dr. Priyanka Mensinkai
Dr. Priyanka Mensinkai is our newest recruit ! She graduated from Queen’s University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and then went on to complete her Veterinary degree from the University of Glasgow in 2015.Dr. Mensinkai first fell in love with animals when her parents welcomed their handsome retriever, Kili (named after Mt.Kilimanjaro), into the family. After that introduction there was no going back. She is a lover of all animals and is very passionate about preventive health care.She believes the human-animal bond is an important connection to preserve and plans to keep you and your pet happy by providing quality veterinary care. In her spare time Dr. Mensinkai loves to travel, hike, and spend time with her friends and family.
Emmalyn joined the hospital in May 2014 working part-time as a veterinary assistant while going to school at Seneca to become a Veterinary Technician. She went to Guelph University before attending Vet Tech School studying zoology and biological science. She has spent four years working with wildlife at the Toronto Wildlife Center, and has also volunteered at an avian and exotics ward at the Ontario Veterinary College. While in technician school, she has done co-op in a small animal practice as well as an exotics clinic. Now having graduated, she has passed her VTNE and is now a Registered Veterinary Technician.
She now works full time at Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital. In her spare time, Emmalyn enjoys riding her motorcycle in the summer and enjoying a hot chocolate while reading a book in the winter. She has 2 dogs, 1 rabbit, 3 rats, and a hamster. A barn yard in her house but she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Whether it was rescuing birds to provide a safe haven when injured, or nursing abandoned baby kittens to health, Catherine always knew that she was going to work with animals. Her passion finally grew into a career after completing her animal care program at Sheridan College. Expanding her knowledge and gaining experience working with dog trainers, cage free daycares and her reptiles allowed her to continue to grow professionally.With an avid interest in veterinary medicine she finally feels at home happy to be providing exceptional care for all animals big and small.
Holly started working in the animal care field when she was 15, working in the boarding section of vet clinics. Six years later she decided that this was definitely the career path she wanted to take so she went to school at Sheridan College in Brampton for the Animal Care program. She then started to become more involved with the medical side of animal care which she found to be very exciting. After 18 months of staying at home with her son, she decided it was time to get back into her passion of animals.She then joined Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital September 2014 and is excited to continue her learning journey with us! In her spare time she spends time with her husband, 2.5yr old son, 12 yr old golden retriever and guppies!
Ever since Grazyna was a little girl she always felt very special bond with animals. Following her heart and dreams, Grazyna graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Poland. After her graduation she moved to Canada. In 2014 she joined Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital as a part time staff member while working on obtaining her Canadian Veterinary License. She gets her training and hands-on experience working under supervision of Dr. Bangar,Dr.Chaudhary and Dr. Kauldhar.Grazyna’s professional interest focus on dermatology and pain management.When not studying or working Grazyna enjoys going to the gym, horse back riding and traveling.
Her love for animals started when she was a kid as she had pets most of her lifetime. It all became clear for her when she volunteered at a Sea Turtle Conservation Program in Mexico for 6 months in 2014 while she was finishing a Bachelor Degree in Fashion Design. She knew then that her real passion was working with animals. Mary came to Canada looking to get more animal experience and that’s how she began to volunteer for a year at Toronto Wildlife Centre. Later in 2017, Mary worked at a vet clinic for over a year which provided a lot of knowledge in the field. Recently she joined our team at Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital looking to expand her experience and passion. She has a 9 year old cat named Lázaro which she loves to cuddle and play with. In her spare time she enjoys practicing kickboxing, hanging out with friends, travel and watch movies.
Even from a young age, Amy has always loved animals and knew that this was the field she wanted to join. She graduated from the University of Guelph in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Animal Biology. While at university, she learnt about agricultural animals and was able to gain experience interacting with several species of animals. For several years, she has gained a lot of knowledge and skills working as a veterinary assistant in numerous clinics. She hopes to be able to apply all that she’s learnt here at Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital as well continue to learn and grow.