Piedmont Pet Care!

Welcome to Hôpital Vétérinaire De Piedmont! Your local veterinarian in Piedmont. We’re proud to provide a wide variety of veterinary medical services to Piedmont and the surrounding areas!

Our History

Piedmont veterinary hospital was founded in 1993 by doctors David Mance and Lyne Farmer. Both recently graduated, they purchased the building that housed the original hospital in September of 1993. After 3 months of renovations the hospital opened to the public on December 14th, 1993. At the time, both veterinarians worked on site treating companion animals and Dr. Farmer also offered an ambulatory equine service. The equine service soon became so busy that Dr. Farmer had to devote all her time to it. As the practice grew, more veterinarians were needed to keep up with the demand. Dr. Lisiane Rivest joined the team in 2009 followed by Dr. Madeleine Tremblay in 2010 and Dr. Kim Kachanoff in 2015. By 2010, the original building was no longer big enough and a new building was built on the same site. The hospital remained open throughout the construction and when the new building was completed the old one was demolished to make room for the parking lot.

Our Team

Our team is proud to bring you their expertise and provide all the necessary care for the well-being of your pet.

Dr. David Mance, M.V.

Dr. Mance graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montreal in May 1993. After working at 2 other veterinary facilities he decided to start his own hospital with his spouse, Dr. Lyne Farmer. Dr. Mance is passionate about general surgery and receives patients in consultation two or three afternoons a week.

Dr. Lyne Farmer, M.V., I.P.S.AV

Dr. Lyne Farmer, M.V., I.P.S.AV

Dr. Farmer graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montreal in 1992. She then began a specialization internship in Equine Medicine and Surgery at the same location, which she completed in May 1993. She immediately established her equine practice in the Laurentians before founding, along with her spouse Dr. Mance, the Piedmont veterinary hospital. Dr. Farmer also practiced pet surgery in the early years of the hospital before devoting herself solely to her equine practice.

Dr. Lisiane Rivest, M.V.

Originally from Temiscaming, Dr. Lisiane Rivest obtained her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Montreal’s faculty of veterinary medicine in the spring of 2009. She joined the team at Piedmont Veterinary Hospital in the fall of the same year, mostly filling in as she also worked in St-Eustache since graduating. She gradually became more and more involved at Piedmont and now practices there full time. Dr. Rivest enjoys the relationships built with the clientele and strives to promote client education, in order to improve the care offered to beloved pets at home.
Her main interests are internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and behavioral disorders

Dr. Madeleine Tremblay, M.V.

Dr. Madeleine Tremblay, M.V.

Dr. Madeleine Tremblay graduated from the University of Montreal's faculty of veterinary medicine in 1990. She practiced in the Montreal area and on the Caribbean island of St-Martin before moving to Peking, China, where she lived for 11 years. While in China, she dabbled in complimentary and holistic medicine.
In 2014, Dr. Tremblay completed her diploma in animal chiropractic for companion animals and horses at the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning center in Ontario.
Her time is now shared between traditional veterinary medicine and complimentary medicines.

Dr. Kim Kachanoff, M.V.

Dr. Kachanoff graduated from the University of Montreal's faculty of veterinary medicine and then completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the University of Guelph. She has always practiced in the Laurentians and loves the outdoor life. Dr. Kachanoff enjoys internal medicine, with a particular interest in dermatology.
Her hobbies include trail running, cross country skiing, yoga and spending time with her family and friends.