As a child growing up Dr. Marcia Waye always knew her future career would involve working with animals. Dr. Waye grew up with pets and often volunteered to walk many of the neighbourhood dogs. Volunteering evolved into a position at a local veterinary practice at age 11, where she continued to work until she reached her dream of becoming a veterinarian.In 2005, Dr. Waye graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and began her “real-life” veterinary training. Practicing for many years in a traditional clinic setting, Dr. Waye became frustrated with the inflexibility within this setting. Always feeling rushed in appointments to explain complex medical conditions and not having enough time to interact (via belly rubs or cookies) with pets to ease their anxiety, prompted Dr. Waye to start Wellness Home Vet. As a housecall veterinarian, Dr.Waye is able to offer the level of care that she can be proud of.
Dr. Kelsey Clarke is also a graduate from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and has a special interest in hospice care and care for our beloved senior pets. She always enjoys seeing her patients and becoming a part of your family.
Kristin has been an animal lover for as long as she can remember. She has been working in the veterinary industry since 2018 and has a special interest in canine behaviour, specifically anxiety and aggression. Kristin is currently pursuing an education in canine training and liberty horsemanship. Kristin shares their home with two Pitbull/Catahoulas, Aspen and Oakley, and a warmblood gelding, Falzar. In her free time, you can find her out at the barn, exploring in the mountains, or hiking with her dogs.
Dr. Hayley Kosolofski graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. She returned to her hometown of Sherwood Park and began her practice in a clinic setting. Although she loved her clinic, she decided to make the transition to mobile practice and loves the stress free visits with her patients at home. Dr. Hayley enjoys building relationships with her special patients and their families. She has a special interest in allergies, as both of her dogs have allergies, and loves to care for senior pets. In her spare time, Dr Hayley enjoys skiing and hiking with her husband and their dogs, Breeze and Barrel.