Welcome to Bowmont Animal Hospital! We have made a few changes to the staff in the last few months. All are very capable and want to help you to care for your pets!
Born and raised in Nigeria, Dr. Nathaniel spent his years working towards his education and working with animals. He finished his veterinary education in 2008. He traveled to Canada with his family in 2013 to continue pursuing his passion for animals. His professional interests include preventative health, surgery, dentistry and internal medicine.
"I am delighted to join Bowmont Animal Hospital. I have always made it my priority to provide our clients and their pets with compassionate, professional care."
When Dr. Nathaniel is not at the clinic, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, playing soccer, reading and watching movies. In the future Dr. Nathaniel hopes to add a German Shepherd to his family.
Dr. Nathaniel Asemadahum, DVM
"I have always had a deep love and respect for animals. I remember as a young boy bringing home and “rescuing” everything from dogs and cats to lizards, birds, and insects much to my mother’s chagrin! After spending some time in general practice, I was fortunate to get the opportunity to come to Woodlands Veterinary Hospital & Animal Dental Centre. Woodland’s has provided me with the framework from which I can continue to learn and grow in my pursuit of veterinary excellence. My spare time is spent volunteering for different rescue groups evaluating behaviour in dogs, sitting on the board of directors of several dog related organizations, judging for the Agility Association of Canada and actively competing at the national level in several different dog sports. I look forward to working with you to enhance the relationship between you and your pet while always staying focused on maintaining your pet’s optimum health.
Dr. Stewart MacKenzie, DVM, FAVD (Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry)
Tom grew up in Winnipeg and graduated with his Bsc.Ag in 1991 from the University of Manitoba. He followed that with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon in 1996. Tom spent four years in a companion animal practice in Winnipeg before moving to Calgary in 2000. He has been involved with humane society fundraisers, the Calgary Academy of Veterinary Medicine, the Animal Welfare Committee, and the Companion Animal Committee for the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association. Tom enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine including senior pet care, dermatology, and surgery. He is enthusiastic about providing new pet owners with current recommendations to establish long term health and help to foster the human-animal bond.
He is married, with two lovely boys and has two rescued dogs and several horses. Tom spends free time in the mountains skiing, hiking, fly-fishing, and sailing.