Chandra M: Front Office Administrator

Chandra joined us in October of 2009. She has a certificate in Administration. Chandra thoroughly loves getting to know our patients & clients and those she has gotten to know well hold a special place in her heart. Chandra was born and raised in Prince George and has an undying love for animals.

Her and her husband and 2 sons live on 5 acres that they share with 2 dogs, 3 cats and currently 3 horses. She loves the outdoors, enjoys the simple life and has numerous hobbies - horseback riding, camping, swimming, quading, fishing, wood working & gardening (to name a few!) Chandra has a strong passion for firefighting and joined Red Rock/Stoner Volunteer Fire Department in July 2000. She is a Training Officer in the department.

Kate P: Front Office Administrator

Kate joined us in September of 2013 to look after Chandra's duties while she was away on maternity. Kate and Chandra now share office responsibilities. Kate has her Bachelors of Commerce from UNBC and was born and raised in Prince George.

Kate has always had a soft spot for animals. She lives with her husband and 2 daughters on a small acreage east of the city. They own 7 horses, 2 dogs and 3 cats, most of them rescues. She loves horseback riding, reading and knitting.

Caden S: Front Desk Receptionist

Caden started working for Murdoch Vet Clinic in June 2015. She absolutely loves being at the front desk to greet our family of clients and their pets.

Outside of work Caden enjoys the outdoors. Her and her husband own a home and small acreage south of town. They have a lovely fur family consisting of an adorable orange kitty named Franklin and 2 heeler cross dogs named Duke and Meeka

Angie C: Inventory and Ordering Coordinator

Angie joined the team at Murdoch Vet in 2013. She technically is the inventory and ordering gal, but she really is the “Jill of all trades” at the clinic.

In her spare time Angie cheers her daughters on at their horse competitions, and chills at home with her multitude of rescued animals that have found their way into her heart

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