Dr. Yvette Lam
Dr. Lam has been an animal lover from the beginning and has a long-haired cat named Cas (full name: Castiel). She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biology at the University of Guelph, and graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science from the University of Melbourne.
Dr. Lam has treated various animals from dogs, cats, to a Blue Penguin in Canada and Australia. She has worked in veterinary hospitals, farms, and wildlife rehabilitation centres. Dr. Lam is active and passionate about behavioural medicine and soft tissue surgery.
She enjoys watching movies, birding, and motorcycle riding. Dr. Lam is passionate about contributing to the Scarborough community and attended Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute down the road!
Dr. Alyssa Rice
Dr. Rice was destined to be a veterinarian when her love of animals resulted in her nickname “Dr. Doolittle” at the age of 4. She followed her passion and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Biology from the University of Guelph before graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2020.
Dr. Rice is Fear-Free Certified as she has a passion for stress-free veterinary visits. She obtained her Fear-Free Certification to learn techniques to reduce stress for pets during veterinary visits, and to promote wellness for pets and pet parents. Dr. Rice is also interested in internal medicine, behaviour, and wellness/preventative medicine. Her goal is to have her patients excited to come in for their veterinary visits!
Dr. Rice’s furry family includes a rescued German Shepherd mix named Bamboo, and two cats named Bert and Ernie. In her spare time, Dr. Rice enjoys hiking with her dog, practicing yoga, running outdoors, and playing boardgames.
Dr. Bernard Ross
Dr. Ross established Milliken Animal Clinic and is a leader in the veterinary community with an extensive record of service. His commitment comes from a love of animals. Dr. Ross currently has two cats, Honey and Oscar, and has had other Persians, Himalayans, and other dogs in the past.
He graduated from the University of Toronto in 1973 and Ontario Veterinary College in 1977. Dr. Ross has been a past president of the Toronto Academy of Veterinary Medicine. He has represented Toronto at the CVO (The College of Veterinarians of Ontario) and served as the Chair of the Finance, Registration and Discipline Commitees.
Dr. Ross has a special interest in radiography and ultrasonography. His hobbies include spending time at his cottage, canoe adventures, gardening, photography and birding (often at the same time).