Did you ever wonder why veterinarians and everyone working for us is so committed to animals? The dream starts at an early age. My 9 year old daughter just brought home a school project in which she wrote about her future:
“When I am older I would like to be a veterinarian. I would like to work at my dad’s veterinary clinic in Markham. Before I go to university, I would like to work at a pet store. I want to go to Guelph University. I am going to buy a house near the clinic, so it is not far to drive. I will want to treat the pets and do surgery on them but I will also want to walk the dogs that are boarding. I want all the pets that come to the clinic to have a cozy and loving life at home. I want to have some pets at home but I definitely do not want to have more than five animals. When I am older I would like to work as a veterinarian.”
I believe we all started dreaming about helping animals as children – and today this dream comes true for all of us.
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Dr. Ernst Marsig
Practicing Veterinary Medicine in Markham for a Long and Happy Life of ALL Your Pets.
Animal Hospital of Unionville, a veterinary clinic on the north side of Hwy 7, serving all pets in Markham, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, Stouffville, and North York since 1966. We are your family vets for dogs, cats, pocket pets (rabbits, chinchillas, gerbils, mice, rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, skinny pigs, etc.), ferrets, and birds (budgies, cockatiel, parrots, amazon, cockatoo, love birds, conures, African greys, finches, canaries, etc.).
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