Our Lenape Veterinary Team
At Lenape Veterinary Clinic, we strive to create and safe and welcoming environment for all of our patients. We are highly trained and love what we do every day. Learn more about the smiling faces that care for your pets by clicking on our photos!
About Dr. Guay
About Dr. Wilkerson
Dr. Todd Guay
Dr. Todd Guay graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in animal science. It was at that time, with his work on a local dairy farm, that his interest in cows and working with farmers became his goal. He was one of 4 out-of-state students in his class accepted into the University of California Davis Veterinary School. After graduating, he spent two years working in a primarily Bovine practice. Due to ever-changing circumstances and moving locations, he ended up working in a 24-hour small animal emergency clinic. His interest in emergency surgery has continued and is still one of his favorite and best skills. After moving back closer to family, he has been working in overnight emergency for over 11 years in the West Chester area. But due to the wear and tear of the overnights looked to switch to daytime work. Shortly after that, in April of 2019, he purchased the clinic from Dr. Spancake. He has been continuing to do day and emergency work for his clients and expanding as many services as he possibly can. If he had free time, he would love to sleep. He is supported by his wife Genelle and kept awake by his three children and three dogs.
Dr. Thomas Wilkerson
Dr. Tom is a small animal and exotic animal veterinarian. He developed a special interest and love for exotic animal medicine and surgery from his own pets and working with wildlife and wildlife labs. In addition, he loves dog and cat internal medicine and surgery.
Dr. Tom knew he wanted to be a veterinarian since the age of 4. After serving in the Army for four years, he then went out to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian. He graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2009. He has several years of experience in both general and emergency medicine.
Dr. Tom and his wife have two daughters, two cats named Ophelia and Laertes, and a mixed breed dog named IHOP.
Lynda is a certified veterinary technician and has been working in the veterinary field for over 16 years now. From a young age, she has always had a passion for working with animals. Lynda is a 2013 graduate of Harcum College, where she obtained her degree in veterinary technology and subsequently passed her state boards to become a certified veterinary technician. She is also a graduate of Cabrini University, where she played field hockey and lacrosse and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biology.
Prior to working at Lenape, Lynda spent the previous 6+ years working as an emergency and critical care nurse at a local emergency clinic. She worked many years in general practice before that.
Lynda currently resides in Thorndale, PA, with her husband, her Labrador Retriever dog, two cats, a leopard tortoise, and several turtles. Lynda enjoys hiking and being outdoors, playing sports, and spending time with friends and family in her free time.
Rob is a licensed veterinary nurse who has been in the field of veterinary medicine for 20 years. He started working in a local animal hospital in northern NJ at a young age and has progressed into becoming a licensed veterinary nurse. Rob has had a love and passion for animals since he was three years old. That love and passion developed as he entered the world of emergency veterinary medicine. Out of his 20 years of veterinary medicine experience, Rob has 16 years of experience in emergency veterinary medicine.
Rob has a wife, a son, and a dog named Rocky. In addition to his passion for animals and veterinary medicine, he has several reef aquariums with many coral and fish species. He is excited to join the Lenape Veterinary Clinic family!
Sarah has been working in the veterinary field for over 10 years now, with the last 7 years being here at Lenape Veterinary Clinic. Sarah graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Sciences.
Sarah is a vital part of the Lenape team as she handles all of the inventory and ordering for the hospital. Sarah’s favorite part of working in an animal hospital is aiding with surgery and anesthesia and helping the doctor in the exam room.
Sarah lives in West Chester with her husband and their son. When Sarah is not busy being a mom, she enjoys cooking, gardening, and DIY projects around the house.
Jordan has been working in the veterinary field since 2006. She initially started as a veterinary receptionist, but over the years has gained many skills and knowledge that have made her the veterinary technician she is today. Jordan enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but in particular, enjoys running lab samples, helping in the exam room, and aiding in surgery.
Jordan enjoys spending her free time with her two cats Frankenstein and Sonny Corleone. When not busy at work, Jordan loves to paint and sketch, as well as reading and gardening.
Dezyrae started working at Lenape Vet Clinic in November 2020. Dezyrae is also currently a full-time student studying at Ashworth College to obtain her associate’s degree and become a certified veterinary technician. Although Dezyrae is new to working in a veterinary hospital, she comes with previous experience in animal care as she formally worked at a high-volume animal daycare and boarding facility. Dezyrae has a domestic shorthair kitten named Jenny. In her spare time, she enjoys playing with Jenny and reading.
Nicole recently started working at Lenape Vet Clinic as a technician. She has been working in the veterinary industry for over 4 years now. She is very eager to learn and advance her technics in veterinary medicine. Nicole is a workaholic, but when she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and her dog Luke.
Heather has been in the veterinary field since she was 16 years old. She started working rescue and rehab for neglected and abused exotic cats and at zoos with her mother. Over the years, she has worked every position in veterinary medicine, from receptionist to technician, but enjoys working with people as much as pets.
In her free time, Heather enjoys being at home with her family, which includes her husband, three kids, one dog, three cats, two birds, two guinea pigs, and two turtles.