Dr. Alexander Korol
Veterinarian & Practice Owner
Dr. Korol has a special interest in pain management, geriatric care and dermatology. His ‘furry family’ consists of his Shih-Tzu, Lucky & and his cats, Ashes and Georgie. When Dr. Korol is not working, he enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with his family and friends.
Dr. Helen Longrigg
...Oakville, Ontario and has been animal-crazy since childhood. Her keen interest in medicine and animal health led her to begin her journey to become a veterinarian at a young age. She volunteered and worked at many local veterinary clinics during high school and eventually applied to the University of Guelph where she completed her undergraduate degree in Animal Biology and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2014. She lived and worked in Owen Sound as a veterinarian during her first year out of school, but eventually decided to move back to the GTA in order to be closer to friends and family.Her special interests include dermatology, diagnostic imaging, nutrition and endocrinology, but she hopes to expand her knowledge in all aspects of veterinary medicine in the years to come. In her spare time, Dr. Longrigg enjoys spending time with her boyfriend (who is also a veterinarian) and their orange-tabby Spanky who is a source of endless entertainment. She also enjoys exploring the city and spending quality time with family and friends, or simply curling up with a good book!
She is a proud owner of 3 rescue pets (2 cats and 1 dog) named Ashes, Lucky and Georgie. Diana is committed to providing the very best in client care and she is always available to discuss any questions or concerns you may have.
Registered Veterinary Technician
...program at Seneca College. After graduation she became a Registered Veterinary Technician and has been a member in good standing of the Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians (OAVT) ever since. Ana has a special interest in parasitology and is very interested in becoming involved with the Canadian Animal Assistance Team (CAAT) someday so that she can help animals in need. She currently spends her free time with her handsome rescue cat whose name is Belvedere!
Registered Veterinary Technician
...Guelph, Ridgetown Campus. She shares her home with her two dogs, Avery Davis and Charlie, along with a hedgehog named Melon. Her next pet will be a hairless cat! When she’s not at the clinic, Bayley can be found spending time with friends and family, walking the dogs or practicing yoga. Bayley has never met a pet she doesn’t love and can’t wait to meet all of the four-legged friends that make up the Westway family along with their parents. She is very excited to join the Westway team!
...Animal Health technology degree program in 2018, to become a Registered Veterinary Technician.
...back to school to complete the Registered Veterinary Technician program. He grew up in a home with numerous pets including hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, fishes, cats, dogs and even snakes. Edgard knew from then on that he wanted to help the voiceless. Currently he owns a pet corn snake and lives with 3 dogs - a Pekingese named Fergie, a Chihuahua named Gizmo and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Luna (who belongs to his brothers) and has nothing but love for all of them. Edgard hopes to one day raise his very own Golden Retriever, German Shepherd or Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
...Sheridan College. She is a proud owner of two silly dogs named Gus, Tasmanian as well as two chinchillas named Mickey and Minnie. In her free time, Raquel enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching basketball, sketching and reading. She plans to return to school in order to complete the Wildlife Rehabilitation program at Northern College.
...a variety of animals growing up. She grew up with a sassy little Pug dog, a sweet little tabby cat, and is currently the proud live-in Auntie of two of the most beautiful doggies in the world, and a cat (whom she's convinced is actually a dog in disguise), each of which receive annoying amounts of love from her whenever they cross paths. Although she had never had the opportunity to work with animals in the past, she had considered the idea many times as their presence and companionship has always given her a sense of comfort and joy. The moment she walked through the door at Westway Animal Clinic for her first interview she felt that same sense of comfort and joy, and immediately thought to herself "this feels right". She has learned a lot so far, and looks forward to continue to learn each and every day as she grows with the Westway team!
...Being an animal lover, Lynda currently has four cats (Wally, Annabelle, Mimzy and Nikita), a dog (Jacob), a rabbit (Dali) and a bearded dragon (Henry). She enjoys working as a receptionist because she has the chance to meet and greet every owner and pet that stops by for a visit. Lynda aspires to return to school to complete the Veterinary Technician program at Seneca College.