Who are we?

We are currently the only multidisciplinary veterinary team in Quebec to provide direct specialty services to general practice veterinarians. Our team includes certified cardiologists, a dentist, and a veterinary internal medicine specialist.

In the current context, we believe that a large proportion of pets do not have access or cannot benefit from the expertise of a veterinary specialist. This was the premise behind our decision to invest in a new specialty veterinary services initiative.

Our goal is to make those types of services more widely available and to reduce stress in patients by eliminating the need to travel to a reference centre to receive proper care. Our veterinary advice is available via mobile and remote consultation and diagnosis.

What is a veterinary specialist?

Veterinary specialists are veterinarians who completed a 3-year veterinary residency program in a very specific discipline such as dermatology, cardiology, medical imaging, internal medicine, etc.

Following their residency, veterinary specialists must pass a rigorous Board examination requiring months of preparation and study. As is the case for human medicine, there are more than 20 different specialties in veterinary medicine.

When general veterinarians determine that a patient’s condition is too severe or complex for general treatments or to reach a diagnosis, they will refer the pet to a veterinary specialist:

  • Cardiology is concerned with cardiovascular disorders such as congestive heart failure, cardiomyopathy (hypertrophic or dilated), valvular heart diseases, congenital defects, and irregular heartbeats.
  • Internal medicine deals with the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases and disorders of the internal structures and organs (stomach, liver, hormone-secreting glands, etc.). This a specialty that treats complex, unusual, rare, and chronic cases.
    In other words, those versatile internists are consulted for cases of persistent diarrhea, weight loss with no obvious cause, nasal discharge, etc. Just like humans, pets can suffer from diabetes, thyroid issues, peptic ulcers, and constipation.
  • Animal dentistry treats dental and jaw problems, as well as gum disorders. Pets can suffer from trauma caused by chewed objects or toys, or experience accidental jaw fractures. Lastly, several smaller breeds are more at risk of developing dental issues (retained baby teeth, malocclusion, etc.).
Dr Boileau - Cardiologue vétérinaire

DR. JEAN-SÉBASTIEN BOILEAU, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)

PRESIDENT,
VETERINARY CARDIOLOGIST

Dr Boileau graduated from the Faculté de Médecine Vétérinaire, Université de Montréal in 2002 and went on to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Michigan Veterinary Specialists in 2002-2003 (Southfield, Michigan).

After his internship, Dr. Boileau completed a residency in veterinary cardiology at the Animal Medical Center from 2003 to 2006 (New York, NY).

A diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine since 2006, Dr Boileau founded the department of cardiology and was a clinician at Fifth Avenue Veterinary Specialists in New York, as well as a consultant for Navix Diagnostics, an ambulatory electrocardiography services firm from 2006 to 2010.

From 2010 to 2013, Dr Boileau was chief of cardiology services at Hôpital Vétérinaire Rive-Sud and Centre Vétérinaire Laval.

In the summer of 2013, Dr. Boileau joined Centre Vétérinaire DMV and practices cardiology and interventional medicine.
Also in the summer of 2013, he founded ‘Les Services e-Vet Mobiles inc.’, a mobile cardiology consultancy and telemedicine practice.

SHERRY POUW

ASSISTANT MANAGER

Sherry Pouw
Sherry Pouw

SHERRY POUW

ASSISTANT MANAGER

Catherine Bélanger

DR. CATHERINE BÉLANGER, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)

VETERINARY CARDIOLOGIST

Dr Catherine Bélanger hails from Boucherville. Passionate about animals since childhood, she studied in the Montreal and Toronto area and graduated from the Faculté de Médecine Vétérinaire, Université de Montréal in 2012. She extends her stay at the veterinary school for another year to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery.

Following her internship, wishing to increase her knowledge in cardiology and research, she joins Dr Pibarot’s team at the Institute of Cardiology and Pneumology at Laval University. She works with a team conducting research on mitral valve disease in asymptomatic patients.

In 2014, she moves to California and begins a 3-year cardiology residency at the University of California, Davis. Over the course of her studies, she continues to expand her knowledge and develops an interest in mitral valve and congenital diseases.

She joined E-Vet Mobiles team in fall 2017.

DR. AVRIL HAMEL-JOLETTE, DVM, IPSAV, Dipl. ACVIM (M.I.)

INTERNAL MEDICINE SPECIALIST

Dr Hamel-Jolette has been passionate for her love of pets since childhood. As the daughter of two veterinarians, she chose to follow their steps by getting a degree at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal in 2005.

After getting familiar with the general field of study for a year, she decided to continue her studies in 2006 by completing an internship in medicine and surgery in the same college.

Driven by challenges and medical mysteries, she went in Ontario to attend the University of Guelph in 2007 where she specialized in internal medicine. She graduated from the American College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.

From 2009 to 2018, she worked as part of the internal medicine team of the DMV Veterinary Center.

As much as endocrinology and infectious diseases trigger her interest, what truly fascinates her about her specialty is the big picture when it comes to a patient’s global health.

She finds each animal-master couple to be unique and enjoys working hand in hand with animal handlers to improve their pets’ quality of life.

Avril Hamel-Jolette
Avril Hamel-Jolette

DR. AVRIL HAMEL-JOLETTE, DVM, IPSAV, Dipl. ACVIM (M.I.)

SPÉCIALISTE EN MÉDECINE INTERNE

Dr Hamel-Jolette has been passionate for her love of pets since childhood. As the daughter of two veterinarians, she chose to follow their steps by getting a degree at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal in 2005.

After getting familiar with the general field of study for a year, she decided to continue her studies in 2006 by completing an internship in medicine and surgery in the same college.

Driven by challenges and medical mysteries, she went in Ontario to attend the University of Guelph in 2007 where she specialized in internal medicine. She graduated from the American College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.

From 2009 to 2018, she worked as part of the internal medicine team of the DMV Veterinary Center.

As much as endocrinology and infectious diseases trigger her interest, what truly fascinates her about her specialty is the big picture when it comes to a patient’s global health.

She finds each animal-master couple to be unique and enjoys working hand in hand with animal handlers to improve their pets’ quality of life.

Dre Josée Marcoux

DR. JOSÉE MARCOUX, DVM, IPSAV, DES (dental care)

DENTISTRY AT E-VET MOBILES

It is after returning to college that Dr. Marcoux decided to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinary, and graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montreal in 2016.

Because of her profile and background, she is immediately drawn into choosing a medical specialty, and starts gaining experience in the field of veterinary dentistry as soon as she begins her second year of studies. She enjoys and completes a general internship working with small pets, as well as a dental residency program at the same university.

Dr. Marcoux has undertaken about a dozen of external dental medicine internships across Canada and the United States as she developed her curriculum.

Her professional growth and experience have allowed her to deepen her knowledge of exotic species, and handle patients weighing from 2 to 600 kg! She hopes to pass her exam at the American College of Veterinary Dentistry to be acknowledged as a reference in teaching veterinary dentistry in Quebec.

It is to strengthen her bonds with her colleagues that she joined E- vet Mobiles following her residency in 2020.

SOPHIE BOURASSA

ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

Sophie Bourassa
Sophie Bourassa

SOPHIE BOURASSA

ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

Vanessa Carpentier

VANESSA CARPENTIER

ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

MARIE-PIER LUSSIER

ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

Marie-Pier Lussier
Marie-Pier Lussier

MARIE-PIER LUSSIER

ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

Les Services e-Vet Mobiles Inc.

Our offices are open Monday through Thursday from 8am to 6pm,
on Friday from 8am to 5pm
and on Saturday from 9am to 12pm.

(514) 973-3895

info@evetmobile.com

675 Stuart Avenue, Outremont, QC, H2V 3H2, Canada









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