Every pets deserves to spend their final moments in the comfort of their home, with their loved ones.
We founded our services on these principles: to provide non-judgemental, compassionate, and reliable euthanasia for pets and their families. Although necessary, we understand that euthanasia is never going to be easy. Our goal is to minimize the emotional pain, by making this process as peaceful as possible.
Like many veterinarians, Sabrina has been working in clinics since she was in highschool. Graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2015, and has been working as a small animal clinician in the London area since.
Founding Mobile Pet Hospice Services of London in November 2019, Sabrina's goal was to become a partner with the family clinics in the area, to help bridge the gap in providing end-of-life care in the home.
She shares her life with her husband, son, and their mini zoo. Outside of the veterinary medicine, Sabrina spends her time with friends, family, and the great outdoors.
At the age of two, Alex declared he would one day be a veterinarian. He graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2013 and has been fulfilling his passion ever since, as a small animal veterinarian.
As Sabrina's husband, Alex has encouraged the development of Mobile Pet Hospice Services of London. He is passionate about the human-animal bond, and understands that the final moments we get to spend with our pets are some of the most significant.
If you pass Alex on the street, he is likely to speak to your dog before you - please don't take it personally. Like Sabrina, he shares his life with their new son, fur babies, and enjoys spending his time outdoors, travelling, and watching sports.
Patrick grew up near London before moving to Guelph where he graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2017. He has since returned to London where he has worked primarily in clinical practice.
Throughout his career Patrick has been touched deeply by the intimate moments he has spent with families as they say goodbye to their beloved pets. He is proud to team up with Mobile Pet Hospice Services of London to help families facilitate a peaceful passing at home.
Outside of work Patrick is kept busy by his two feline fur children. He enjoys reading, travelling and spending time with his family and friends.
Jennifer’s love of animals began at a young age and she had enjoyed practicing as a veterinarian since 2004 in both general, feline specialty and emergency practice.
Like the other veterinarians at Mobile Pet Hospice Services of London, she believes that pets are members of our family. She is pleased to be able to help local families provide a loving and peaceful environment for the passing of their pets at home.
In her spare time she enjoys curling, improvisational comedy, and spends time with her two children and furry companions.
International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care
Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy