Dr. Enna Hughes
Dr. Enna has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was very young. Enna graduated from the University of Guelph Ontario Veterinary College in 1998. She also has an Honours Bachelor of Science degree with a focus on Nutritional Sciences. Enna feels that continuing education – staying current and new treatments, techniques and developing medicine – is vital to being able to provide appropriate veterinary care. She recognizes the vital part of our hearts that our pets hold and endeavors in all she does to support the special bond we share. Our pets share our homes and their loving companionship makes all our lives fuller, happier and allows us to experience so much more joy. Enna feels that the most important and most wonderful parts of her job are assisting pet parents to understand and support their pets and helping those pets live longer healthier lives.
Dr. Enna is a member and past president of the Toronto Academy of Veterinary Medicine and a member of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, where she is recognized annually for exceeding the continuing education requirements. Dr. Enna and her husband, Colin, share a home with their 3 children, Joseph, Emma and Meredith, and their new puppy (a Nova Scotia Duck-tolling Retriever) Sammy, Livy - a Labrador Retriever, and 2 cats: Misty and Franki. In what little spare time Enna has, she enjoys hiking with her dogs, watercolour painting, reading, and planning activities for her family that will actually get three very different teenagers engaged.
Dr. Adrienne Wong
Dr. Adrienne Wong was born in Hong Kong and raised in Toronto. For as long as Adrienne could remember, she has always wanted to be a veterinarian! Adrienne achieved her lifelong dream of becoming a vet when she graduated in 2012 from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. Some of Dr. Adrienne's special interests include internal medicine, cardiology, alternative medicine, and feline & canine nutrition.
Adrienne has worked extensively at Don Head Village Animal Clinic since 2013 and has gotten to know many wonderful patients and clients. She currently locums with us on Saturdays once a month or on an as needed basis and always has a wonderful time seeing both familiar and new faces.
Dr. Delaney Miller
Dr. Delaney Miller is very excited to be joining the Don Head Village Animal Clinic team! She graduated from the Royal School of Veterinary Studies in Scotland. Growing up with pets, Delaney has been passionate about being a veterinarian for as long as she can remember.
During her time in Scotland, Dr. Delaney was involved in community outreach through her work with All4Paws, a veterinary clinic that provides care to the pets of people that are homeless and vulnerably housed. She found this work incredibly rewarding - seeing the difference that pets' companionship and unconditional love makes in the lives of these individuals cemented her calling and community outreach programs remain especially important to her to this day.
Dr. Delaney has a keen interest in feline medicine, animal behaviour, and animal welfare. It is very important to her to work with owners to make each animal’s visit to the vet the most positive experience possible. She is passionate about the human-animal bond and understands how important it is for every pet-parent to be understood and be an active partner in the care plan for their pet. Dr. Delaney loves learning about the quirky and adorable things that pets do, and finds fulfillment in forming lasting relationships with both pets and their parents!
Outside of work, Delaney enjoys traveling, pub quiz, cuddling with her cat, Navi, and exploring new places with her two Samoyeds, Gracie and Tessa.
Dr. Lisa Rattray
When we need coverage of vacation time, Dr. Lisa Rattray is our locum veterinarian to make certain our patients continue to receive the highest level of care.
Dr. Lisa has been associated with our clinic since she first began coming here with her family pets more than 20 years ago, then working here part time while attending high school and university. Since graduating from the University of Glasgow Vet School in 2010, Lisa has been working as an emergency vet. She is currently working full time at Central Toronto VEC as well as pursuing her post-graduate certification in veterinary ophthalmology.
Lisa shares her home with her husband, Matt and their very spoiled Portuguese Waterdog, Tilly. When not working, Lisa can be found travelling the world or hiking with Tilly.
BSc, BVMS, MRCVS
Dr. Kathryn Zelma
Dr. Kathryn received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Guelph in 2013 and went on to graduate as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine after spending her clinical year at Michigan State University.
Kathryn’s passion for animals started at a young age as she helped family and friends care for their fuzzy companions. Her continued desire to help others was reflected in her experiences tutoring fellow students while also fostering adoptable cats and dogs while they were looking for their forever homes. Since she started practicing, Dr. Kathryn enjoys forming meaningful relationships with both pets and their owners and finds this one of the most rewarding parts of being a veterinarian. She strives to help pet parents in understanding and improving their companion’s well being to help pets live longer, healthier, happier lives. Dr. Kathryn has special interests in internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, and neurology.
Dr. Kathryn lives with her significant other Andrew and their two cats, Sheena and Maci. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, hiking, practicing yoga, and music.
BSc, BVMS, MRCVS