Pulczer Mobile Veterinary Services
Dr. Pulczer

Dr. Andrew Pulczer

A life-long resident of the GTA, I graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph in 1994.

As a veterinary student with an interest in International Development, I lived and worked in Indonesia as a volunteer during the summer of 1992, and in Costa Rica during the summer of 1993. After graduating, I worked as a mixed animal veterinarian for two years, but wanted to experience an increased scope, volume and depth of companion animal medicine and surgery, and so I began my strictly companion animal veterinary career in 1996, and worked at a 24-hour, emergency and referral practice in Brampton until October 2004.

I received my small animal mobile accreditation from the College of Veterinarians of Ontario, and in November 2004, I started working at my own companion animal mobile practice full-time in Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area including York, Halton and Peel Regions, in addition to continuing veterinary locum work across Southern Ontario. It is my goal to continue to provide quality veterinary products and services to my valued clients and their pets through my mobile veterinary service.

I recently earned my master's degree in epidemiology from the Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph from September 2007 to April 2010. Working as a volunteer with Veterinarians Without Borders/Vétérinaires Sans Frontičres-Canada (VWB/VSF-Canada) in May 2008 and January 2009, I conducted epidemiological research to help establish a canine population control program in Todos Santos Chuchumatán, Guatemala.

I co-authored a scientific article as lead author which was accepted for publication on 27 July 2012, in the Preventive Veterinary Medicine journal, entitled "Owned dog demography in Todos Santos Chuchumatán, Guatemala".