Dr. Chloe grew up in Northern Ontario in a rural community with a small town vibe. Both parents were local physicians and Dr. Chloe spent many an afternoon waiting for babies to be born so she grasped the unpredictability of medicine at an early age. Her love of animals was cultured by the family 'zoo' which consisted of the typical and not so typical such as lovebirds, turtles and horses.
Dr. Chloe shares her space with the love of her life, a yellow lab named Olive, a rescued older Boston Terrier named Piper and two friendly former shelter cats, Alfie and Marty. She also lives with two rambunctious young sons and a very patient husband. Dr. Chloe first came to the Strathroy Animal Clinic in her third year of veterinary school when she did her externship. Four years later, a maternity leave brought her back to the Strathroy Animal Clinic and the position fit her perfectly. When the maternity leave ended, Dr. Chloe stayed and has now become partner with Dr. Alison and Dr. Doug.
At this time the clinic will remain open, but with some critical adjustments with how we operate in order to help keep our community and our staff healthy.
We are still available to see our patients, however, we will be practicing "hands free" appointments. We will have you bring your pet to the main entrance of the clinic and place your pet in between the double doors and a staff member will bring your pet into the clinic.