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Mathieu Paulin Resident, Medicine, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences


Dr. Mathieu Paulin graduated from the Alfort School of Veterinary Medicine in Paris, France in 2019. Following graduation, he completed a small animal rotating internship at the University of Montreal.

In July 2020, he began a specialty internship in small animal internal medicine at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2020, Dr. Paulin was awarded membership as a Laureate of the Veterinary Academy of France.

In July 2021, Dr. Paulin began a residency in small animal internal medicine at the WCVM.

Academic Credentials

  • DVM, 2019, School of Veterinary Medicine, Paris, France
  • IPSAV (rotating intership), University of Montreal, Montreal, QC
  • Laureate of the Veterinary Academy of France
  • Small Animal Medicine Internship, 2021, University of Saskatchewan


  • Paulin MV, Couronne L, Beguin J, et al. Feline low-grade alimentary lymphoma: an emerging entity and a potential animal model for human disease. BMC Vet Res. 2018 Oct 11;14(1):306
  • Kurtz M, Paulin MV, Fournet A, et al. Surgical treatment of a distal oesophageal stricture by mucosal radial incision and dilation in a kitten with secondary megaoesophagus. JFMS Open Rep. 2021. 25;7(1)
  • Freiche V, Cordonnier N, Paulin MV, et al. Feline low-grade intestinal T cell lymphoma: a unique natural model of human indolent T cell lymphoproliferative disorder of the gastrointestinal tract. Lab Invest. 2021.101(6):794-804
  • Freiche V, Paulin MV, Cordonnier N, et al. Histopathologic, phenotypic, and molecular criteria to discriminate low-grade intestinal T-cell lymphoma in cats from lymphoplasmacytic enteritis. J Vet Intern Med. 2021. 35(6):2673-2684.
  • Freiche V, Fages J, Paulin MV, et al. Clinical, laboratory and ultrasonographic findings differentiating low-grade intestinal T-cell lymphoma from lymphoplasmacytic enteritis in cats. J Vet Intern Med. 2021.35(6):2685-2696.
  • Paulin MV, Dunn M, Vachon C, et al. Association between hyperlipidemia and calcium oxalate lower urinary tract uroliths in dogs. J Vet Intern Med. 2022. 36(1):146-155
  • Paulin MV, Caney S, Cosford K. An online survey to determine client perceptions of feline chronic lower airway disease management: response to therapy, side effects, and challenges encountered. JFMS. 2022. 7:1098612