Dr. Robert Lofsky and the Wilmot Veterinary Clinic team cares for pets and their owners in Kitchener, Waterloo & surrounding area. He understands the unique relationship that you have between you and your pet. He will treat your pet like his own! Our clinic is dedicated & committed to providing comprehensive, caring & compassionate veterinary services for your dog or cat. We take the time to explain the details about your pet’s health so you can make an informed decision on how you can care for your pet.
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Dr. Robert Lofsky
Dr. Lofsky has been caring for dogs and cats for the past twenty years. He started working in Toronto at McLean Animal Hospital. Then after two years he moved to Oakville and began working at Kingsway Animal Hospital in Hamilton. Seven years later he moved to Cambridge and started working at Gateway Pet Hospital. During his time at Gateway, Dr. Lofsky decided to start his own practice and opened up Wilmot Veterinary Clinic on May 19, 2009.
Born and raised in Toronto, Dr. Lofsky attended the University of Guelph and was awarded his Bachelor of Science in 1994 and then received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1999.
Dr. Robert Lofsky is a member of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, Golden Triangle Veterinary Academy, The American Association of Feline Practitioners and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Lofsky serves as a volunteer on the OVMA Board of Directors. As a Director on the OVMA Board, Dr. Lofsky regularly attends meetings involved with the betterment of animal health and welfare and the protection of human health by advancing and promoting excellence in the veterinary profession in Ontario.
Dr. Lofsky has one dog, a Yorkshire Terrier, who was named Biscuit by his two daughters, after the Biscuit Storybook Collection. This 4 lbs Yorkie is fondly referred to by Dr. Lofsky as “sweetness wrapped up in a bundle of joy.”
Years in Practice: 20
Education: University of Guelph
Academic Degrees: BSc, DVM
Alan emigrated to Canada from England with his family and officially became a Canadian citizen when he was 12 years old. As a child, he had an avid interest in animals (frogs, toads, snakes, etc) but especially cats, first adopting a cat that “followed him home” from the Stratford Farmer’s Market. Later on, the family adopted a Manx kitten, the care of which Alan took complete responsibility… except for the Vet bills.
Though animal care was not Alan’s first career choice, it was always on his mind which was evident by his fostering of many felines while living in Northern B.C. during the eighties. Returning to Ontario and getting married, Alan was able to return to school in 1992 with the support of his wife, and segue from restaurant management into his current career.
In addition to assisting Dr. Lofsky at Wilmot Veterinary Clinic, Alan enjoys spending time at home with his wife Bette and their three children. They have one cat, Hogan, which Alan named after one of his favourite television shows, Hogan’s Heros. He enjoys reading biographies, listening to Rock music from the sixties & seventies and cheering on Les Habitants. Alan is very passionate about volunteering as part of the Tech Crew at Creekside Church in Waterloo.
In November of 2013, Alan celebrated twenty years as a Veterinary Assistant.
Years in Practice: 26
Education: Animal Care Diploma
Specialties: President of MPPA