The Lady Hammond Animal Hospital vet clinic staff bring an exceptionally caring approach to the care of your pet.

Here is what one client had to say:

“This is a very clean and inviting clinic with great doctors and staff. They are very informed and show genuine care for their patients. I’ve been to other clinics but this is where we will always come now. Unfortunately our cat’s time to pass came far to early for us and our kids. They handled this in a very graceful manner. We’d like to thank everyone at this clinic for the level of care and compassion they provided for those five days. It won’t be forgotten.”
E.Swain
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Veterinary Assistant

Kaylee joined the Lady Hammond Animal Hospital team in May of 2016 after graduating from Acadia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. Kaylee has grown up rescuing and caring for a variety of animals, devoting most of her time to horses, cats, and dogs. She currently has two dogs, Bella and Daisy, who are a constant reminder of her aspirations to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.

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Veterinarian

Dr.Khan earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and then completed a Master of Science Honours Degree in Clinical Medicine and Surgery with high distinction.

Dr. Khan gained many years of experience in emergency medicine and critical care. His professional interests are internal medicine, diagnostics, and soft tissue surgery. He is a member in good standing of:

  • Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association
  • College of Veterinarians of BC
  • Washington State Veterinary Medical Association

In his spare time, Dr. Khan enjoys swimming, jogging, gardening, tennis and spending quality time with his three kids, wife, and his cat, Smokey.

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Veterinarian

Dr. Hammid obtained his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and graduated at the top of his class. He has participated in numerous professional learning events. He is a member with good standing :

-Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association
-College of Veterinarians of BC

He spent several years in general practice as well as emergency and critical care medicine.
His has special interest in soft tissue surgery, dentistry, pain management, nutrition, behavior and integrative medicine.

As Veterinary Medicine is rapidly changing from day to day, Dr.Hammid feels that attending numerous courses and lectures is not only a passion, but also an obligation in order to offer his patients the most recent diagnostics and therapies available.

His free time interests include sports, travel, swimming and spending time with family and friends.

Clinic Manager

Corrie is currently studying Biology with plans to eventually study Veterinary Medicine. She loves all animals and is very glad to be able to give back to all the pets that showed her unconditional love over the years.

She currently has two cats, Osiris and Willy, but has cared for many animals including dogs, fish, birds, rats, and rabbits.

marina
Veterinary Assistant

Marina joined the Lady Hammond Animal Hospital team in October of 2015 . Marina has always had a great love of animals and plans to learn more about caring for them by one day becoming a licensed Veterinarian. When not at home snuggling with her two cats, Finn and Tiny, she enjoys  baking delicious homemade treats to share with friends and family.

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Groomer/Assistant

 

Dr. Hammid

Dr. Hammid obtained his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and graduated at the top of his class.

He has participated in numerous professional learning events. He is a member with good standing :

-Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association
-College of Veterinarians of BC.

Dr. Khan

Dr.Khan earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and then completed a Master

of Science Honours Degree in Clinical Medicine and Surgery with high distinction.

Dr. Khan gained many years of experience in emergency medicine and critical care. His professional interests

are internal medicine, diagnostics, and soft tissue surgery. He is a member in good standing of:Nova Scotia -Veterinary Medical Association

-College of Veterinarians of BC

-Washington State Veterinary Medical Association

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