Dr Bodo Schroeder
Dr Schroeder holds a wealth of knowledge in especially small animal medicine. He is a professional student and continuously develops his veterinary skills and knowledge. In 2014, he obtained his BVSc(Hons) degree, in the field of small animal medicine and clinical pathology, with distinction. Apart of his special interest in small animal medicine, he enjoys the challenges of soft tissue surgery. His passion for animal welfare is exuded only by his love for his family. Dr Schroeder owns two little Yorkshire Terriers, named Yogi and Bubbles. As a keen mountain biker he is always ready for the next challenge. Always innovative.
This mild mannered professional assistant has been with our hospital since 2007. He has a remarkable ability to calmly work with any patient and proudly exudes a quiet confidence in his ability to do so. True to Wilgers Animal Hospital slogan “Total veterinary care”, Ivan adopted a beautiful German Shepherd rescue named Faith. He is an avid soccer fan and enjoys the occasional jog around the block. Always on top of the situation.
This lucky go happy professional assistant has been with our hospital since 2011. He is not only a professional assistant but also our very handy handy man. His strong work ethics and friendly nature makes him a true asset to the hospital. He is passionate about the welfare of animals demonstrated in him rescuing a sprightly young Border Collie pup named Buddy from a rescue center. Always ready with a helping hand.
Vicky has been with our hospital since 2011. She takes pride in developing relationships with all of our clients and pets. She’ll make you feel like a part of the family. She shares her home with her two dogs, Marmite and Sasha, three cats namely Chloe, Daisy and Muffin and husband Barry. Vicky enjoys being able to help people and pets with all of their needs and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Always ready with a friendly word.
Marlene is the newest member of our hospital and started with us in late 2011. She is very detail oriented and loves learning on the job and educating our clients.When she is not at front busy with her admin duties, you can find her hugging the hospital dogs and scratching kitty chins. At home Marlene divides her attention between her husband, pet bunnies Andy and Billy, and Basset hound, Rudi. Always ready with a smile.
Although Tod is not officially employed by our hospital, he is part of the family. Tod is well respected by the staff and has an amazing eye for detail and knows when a pet is not feeling well or is showing subtle symptoms. He enjoys diversity and finds the daily challenges of veterinary hospital life rewarding. He is also a competitive online gamer and gets into trouble with his Jack Russel Terrier named Watson. He cannot wait to go to vet school. Always learning.