Meghan Kirsch

DVM, Practice Limited to Surgery
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Dr. Kirsch completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at St. George’s University with her clinical year performed at Cornell University. Following graduation, she completed a one-year small animal medicine and surgery internship at the Veterinary Emergency Clinic in Toronto. In 2015, Dr. Kirsch joined the team at the Animal Medical Center in New York City to complete a comprehensive three-year surgical residency. After completion of her residency, Dr. Kirsch was a staff surgeon in New York City for two years before returning to Toronto in 2020.

Dr. Kirsch is passionate about minimally invasive surgical procedures. She has completed multiple advanced training programs and research dedicated to the advancement of minimally invasive techniques. Her professional focus also includes soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery.

Dr. Kirsch enjoying spending time with her family, cooking, yoga, running and attending comedy shows.
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Surgery

STATE-OF-THE-ART VETERINARY SURGERY AND A DEDICATED TEAM OF IN-HOUSE SURGEONS

Our team of surgeons is dedicated to providing advanced surgical services and compassionate care to every patient, while fostering the unique relationship between owners, their pets and their primary care veterinarians.

Our staff is comprised of Board Certified surgeons, dedicated registered veterinary technicians, animal care attendants and client service representatives. The service offers a full range of advanced surgical procedures including:

  • Orthopedic surgery
    • Arthroscopy
    • Tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO)
    • Angular limb deformity correction
    • Fracture repair (plate and screws, external fixator etc.)
    • Femoral head excision
    • Patellar luxation stabilization
    • Arthrodesis
    • Fluoroscopic/minimally invasive fracture repair
  • Neurosurgery
  • Abdominal and thoracic surgery
  • Cardiovascular surgery
  • Oncologic (cancer) surgery
  • Skin reconstructive surgery
  • Stem Cell Treatment
  • Wound care
Publications
Bladder wall adhesion causing a vesicular septum in a dog following surgical cystotomy

Bladder wall adhesion causing a vesicular septum in a dog following surgical cystotomy


Authored:
Berent., Kirsch, M.K

Published:
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Accepted and awaiting publication.
Comparison of carbon dioxide laser and Ligasure in the treatment of brachycephalic airway syndrome.

Comparison of carbon dioxide laser and Ligasure in the treatment of brachycephalic airway syndrome.


Authored:
Kirsch, M.K., Spector, D

Published:
Canadian Veterinary Journal, February 2019.
Pilot Study Comparing Serum Chemotherapy Levels Following Intra-Arterial Versus Intravenous Administration in Dogs with Naturally-Occurring Urinary Tract Tumors.

Pilot Study Comparing Serum Chemotherapy Levels Following Intra-Arterial Versus Intravenous Administration in Dogs with Naturally-Occurring Urinary Tract Tumors.


Authored:
Kirsch, M.K., Weisse, C

Published:
Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research, July 2019.
Mississauga Oakville Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital

2285 Bristol Circle

Oakville, ON L6H 6P8

Main: 905-829-9444

Fax: 905-829-9646

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    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

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