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Dr. Manju Arora
Dr. Arora has been a veterinarian for over 15 years and graduated with distinction from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2000. She later completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2006 from the Sauder School of Business at UBC. Dr. Arora has worked in veterinary clinics, industry and management.
Her areas of special interest include wellness and preventative medicine, comprehensive pain management, and caring for senior pets. She has visited over 150 veterinary hospitals in British Columbia and has taken her experience to create a Fear Free℠ veterinary hospital based on the research led by Dr. Marty Becker.
Queen’s Park Pet Hospital is equipped with advanced equipment including digital body and dental x-ray to help provide pets with the quality of care they deserve, provided by a skilled and compassionate team.
Dr. Arora loves hiking, running and spending time with her two cats Meena (adopted from the BCSPCA 12 years ago), and “baby” Opal (adopted from the New Westminster Animal Shelter).
She enjoys giving back to the community by working with the local shelter, Hugabull Rescue, and Northwest Greyhound League.
Dr. Laura Kiehlbauch
Dr. Kiehlbauch grew up in Salmon Arm, B.C. and completed her Bachelor of Science with Honours in Animal Studies at UBC. She then enrolled in the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2008. After graduation she worked in a rural mixed animal practice in the B.C. interior, where she treated an array of domestic animals and one semi-wild serval cat.
Her approach to veterinary medicine is aligned with Queen’s Park Pet Hospital’s Fear Free philosophy, so she was very happy to join our team. She has a special interest in feline medicine, dentistry, and surgery.
When she is not posting online videos of her two crazy cats (The Kid and Keanu), she can be found snowboarding the local hills, rocking out at concerts, bottle raising orphaned kittens for local rescue groups, and helping at her new volunteer work with the Canadian Animal Assistant Team. She will be traveling to the Dominican Republic to volunteer her help at a spay and neuter clinic. She looks forward to meeting the wonderful clients and patients at Queen’s Park Pet Hospital!