Our Staff





About Our Staff

Our staff includes eight Langley Veterinarians and emergency veterinarians . Our staff have the depth of experience, and the teamwork to properly handle any case. Our additional twenty support staff (nurses, assistants and receptionists) are friendly and knowledgeable, and here to help every day from 8am to 9pm.   Contact Langley Animal Clinic to book an appointment and get your pet on the track to better health.  

Our Vets

Dr. Nick Wood

Small Animal Veterinarian

Dr. Nick Wood graduated from The Royal Veterinary College London in 2001. After 6 years of practice in the UK he moved to Langley where he has worked for The Langley Animal Clinic ever since. Nick’s chief interests are ophthalmology and soft tissue surgery.

Dr. Laura Mcdonald

Small Animal Veterinarian

Dr.Laura McDonald has spent the past 8 years in Saskatchewan and is excited to be back practicing in her home town. Laura grew up on the family farm sharing her love of animals with her father and twin sister Leanne who are also Veterinarians. Laura also spends time volunteering her skills to aid Veterinarians without Borders, World Vets, the Hopkins Belize Humane Society, and the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a member of several different organizations including Canadian Animal Assistance Team and Worldwide Veterinary Service.

Dr. Lauren Stone-Mockler

Small Animal Veterinarian

Dr. Lauren Stone-Mockler was born and raised locally. She completed her BSc in Animal Health from the University of Alberta and went to vet school in the Caribbean, on the island of St. Kitts and Nevis. She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. Lauren shares her life with her family, friends, her cat Teali and her dog Kaya. Lauren enjoys riding horses, hiking and exploring this beautiful country we call home. She would be delighted to meet you and care for your four-legged furry family members at your next visit!

Dr. Danielle Arnott

Small Animal Veterinarian

Danielle graduated from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2017, with honors in both Veterinary Medicine and Neuroscience. After graduation she moved straight to B.C. to start work at Langley Animal Clinic as a mixed animal veterinarian. From a rural upbringing in Scotland, and many a springtime spent lambing both before and during vet school, Danielle's main interest is in small ruminant medicine and reproduction. She also has a particular interest in elderly cat care, but she is happy to see whatever comes through the door, especially the ``small furries`` like guinea pigs and rabbits!

Dr. Aaron Gibbons

Large Animal

Dr. Gibbons graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. He worked in a rural mixed practice in western Wyoming his first year out of school. He then took a job in Lethbridge, Alberta working in a feedlot consulting and beef cow /calf practice. The call of a new challenge and a nicer climate brought Dr. Gibbons to the Fraser Valley.

Dr. Tom Harris

Large Animal

Dr. Harris graduated from the University of Glasgow, UK in 2016. Having spent a year working as a mixed animal veterinarian back in rural England, he moved across the pond and is now working in the large animal service here at Langley Animal Clinic. Having spent a lot of time in North America over the past few years, he hopes to stay here long term and make it his permanent home. Outside of work Tom spends his weekends away in the mountains doing all the usual BC past times. He also likes country music far too much for an Englishman!

Dr. Gordon McDonald

Large Animal Veterinarian

Dr. Gordon McDonald is the senior Veterinarian of the practice. He joined the Langley Animal Clinic in 1980 immediately after graduation from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Currently he does predominately dairy practice, specializing in reproduction and embryo transfer.

Dr. Hannah Weitzenfeld

Small Animal Veterinarian

Hannah Weitzenfeld knew from an early age that helping pets and their people was her passion. Since graduating from the University of Guelph in 2008, Hannah has worked in the lower mainland of BC, mainly with canine and feline patients. She looks forward to getting to know you and your four-legged friends, and working together to keep them healthy!

Dr. Hayk Hakobyan

Small Animal Veterinarian

Dr. Hyak Hakobyan graduated from the Armenian Agricultural Academy faculty of Veterinary medicine in May 2001 with honors. He has practiced in mixed animal sphere for about 7 years in Armenia. Dr. Hakobyan has managed, worked in Biophysics Research institution as Head veterinarian of Animal house. He has experience working with small mammals, companion animals, and exotic animals. Primary fields of interest: surgery, radiology, ophthalmology. Personal interests: mechanics, swimming, cooking.

Dr. Mubder Albassam

Veterinarian

Our Technicians

Langley animal clinic technicians: Ebony, Savannah and Kiran.

Left to right: Ebony, Savannah, and Kiran