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Meet Our Team

  • Samantha Pryce

    Sam has been working in the veterinary field for the past sixteen years. She has participated in many continuing education courses such as animal first aid, critical care, orthopedic rehabilitation as well as laser IV therapy to name a few. Sam has a true passion for animals, in particular dog behavior.

    She is a proud owner a domestic short hair cat and an entire household of Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers (NSDTR) and a Border collie who all actively compete in agility and fly ball (also some obedience/hunting). Her family also breeds dogs and is actively involved with the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club of Ontario. One of Sam's NSDTR proudly represented Canada on the Canadian world team in the 2008International World IFCS competition in Belgium.

  • Leigh Harrison

    Leigh joined our team in fall 2017. She came to us with much experience in both small and large animal veterinary practices. She has an honours bachelor’s degree in health sciences and biology, and is hoping to attend the Ontario Veterinary College one day. As if she doesn’t get her fill of animals at work, she gets to go home to her two dogs and rescued guinea pig Rosie. Kikai is an 8 year old teacup Chihuahua who can often be found lounging in the sun on the front desk of the clinic, and Tucker is an extremely energetic 3 year old phantom poodle. Leigh’s hobbies include spending time outdoors - skiing, swimming, hiking, and kayaking.

  • Jose Lam

    Jose has always had a passion and love for animals. She has a degree in nutrition & food from Ryerson University, and has worked in the veterinary field for more than 14 years. In her spare time she enjoys playing video games, golfing, and hanging out with her cats Sushi and C. I have always loved animals and pets so working with them all day and learning how their bodies work fascinates me. Everyday, I feel like I am making a difference in the lives of not only my pet patients, but also their human families as well

  • Marshall

    Marshall is our popular big boy, adopted by Dr Nilo & Dr Irene.He is our model for successful pet weight loss program. He loves to sunbatheat the reception area and bring smile to everybody just by being his gorgeousself. Clients love to pet him and are totally amazed with his big blue eyes.Aside from welcoming clients and patients at the reception, he also loves to curl up onthe couch at the Doctor's office, which he considers his turf.

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Office Hours

Thomas Glen Erin Animal Hospital

Monday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

10:00 am-3:00 pm

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "It was our first time visiting this veterinary clinic as we had to put our sweet girl to sleep today. I just want to thank the vet and staff for being so kind and patient I didn't feel rushed at any point and you could tell they really love their jobs and they do it 100% for the animals. Thank you for making not only me but also my doggy feel so comfortable at such a hard time"
    Melissa C.
  • "Fantastic, wonderful, knowledgeable people, from the vets to the ladies at the front desk who are always helpful and friendly! I would recommend Thomas Glen Erin Animal Hospital to absolutely anyone who is looking for kind, compassionate, wonderful care! Thank you all."
    Grace S.

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