Dr. Tahir Mahboob DVM, MSc
Dr. Tahir Mahboob graduated with distinction from Veterinary College in 1994. He received a Masters Degree in Veterinary Microbiology in 1996. While doing his Masters, he had three research articles published in International Journals of Veterinary Medicine.
Following graduation, he served as a Veterinary Officer with the Government of Pakistan. After gaining valuable experience with them, he later managed his own practise for a few years.
In 2005, Dr. Mahboob moved to Canada and became licensed by OVC. He worked in multiple clinics around the Greater Toronto Area and in Florida. In 2010, he decided to plant his roots in beautiful Waterloo and purchased Waterloo West Animal Hospital along with Dr. Makkapati.
Dr. Mahboob loves his job. He is dedicated to modern veterinary medicine by keeping up to date with continued education. He especially loves orthopaedic procedures and exotic medicine. He holds certification in cruciate repair and patellar luxation.
In his spare time, Dr. Mahboob enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters and son. They have a cat named Taps.
Dr. Padmini Makkapati DVM
Dr. Padmini Makkapati became licensed by OVC in 2005. After getting her licence in Canada she gained valuable experience at a few clinics around Toronto. She spent a couple years in Ohio as well.
Dr. Makkapati loves staying up to date in new technologies by attending symposiums and continuing education seminars. Her passions include internal medicine, diagnostic imaging and dentistry. She also loves the human animal bond that she sees daily.
In her spare time, she loves to read and travel. She is married with two daughters. In 2014, she rescued a bichon poodle mix named Snowball.
Kirstyn, Office Manager
I started working in a vet clinic in 2010 part time while I was in university. I fell in love with my job and cannot imagine myself working anywhere else. I love meeting all the lovely patients and hearing their stories. I love attending conferences to keep up to date. In my spare time, I love spending time going on walks with my husband and our Siberian husky.