Dre Anny Delorme
Dre Delorme graduated from the FMV in St Hyacinthe in 1996. She has been a valued member of our hospital team for over 12 years and now is exclusively at the at our Trois Lacs Hospital in
Vaudreuil-Dorion. Her expertise and passion for all her patients is well recognised and her interests also include the treatment of the smaller pocket pets as well as canine and feline medicine
Dre. Véronique Bérard
Dr Scott Murray
After having graduated from the Faculty of Veterinarian Medicine in Saint-Hyacinthe in 1985, Dr. Murray the completed an internship at Guelph University in Ontario, before founding the Vaudreuil-Dorion and Saint-Lazare Hospitals. In addition to practicing animal medicine and surgery, he has also developed a passion for dentistry. Dr Murray and his wife own two dogs from local rescue organisations.
Dre Hélène Catellier
Hailing from Rimouski, Dr. Hélène Catellier graduated from the FMV in St Hyacinthe in 2010 and joined our veterinarian team in the spring of 2012 after 2 years of practice in Montréal. Her passion for horses brought her to the area Aside from small animal medicine and surgery, she also nurtures a special interest in the health and treatment of ‘pocket-pets’ (rabbits, rodents and ferrets). Take a look at her own rabbit, named “PinPin,” in the photo gallery opposite.
Dre Tamara Cohen
A native Montrealer, Dr. Tamara Cohen knew from a young age that she wanted to become a veterinarian. After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Biology from McGill University in 2010, she continued her studies at the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph where she graduated with her DVM in 2015. She recently joined the team of veterinarians in 3Lacs and is loving her new career! She has a particular interest in surgery, dermatology and cardiology, and always enjoys new puppy and kitten appointments. On her days off, she volunteers at the SPCA sterilization clinic and likes to spend time with her “tuxedo" cat Merwin and new family puppy Cooper.
Dre. Jennifer Jobin
Dr Jennifer Jobin is a veterinarian with a passion for integrative medicine. She received her acupuncture training with IVAS and is a
Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist. In an effort to offer even more to her patients, she has completed a two-year course in veterinary osteopathy through IMAOV. After her internship in
equine medicine, lameness and surgery at a large practice in the US, she gained many years of experience treating both horses and small animals in general practice. She loves helping her
clients' small animal companions improve their quality of life.