Animal Health Techs

Kristy S: Registered Veterinary Technologist

Kristy was born and raised in PG. She grew up on a small hobby farm consisting of dogs, cats, horses, chickens, pigs, pheasants, rabbits & a miniature goat. Kristy volunteered at MVC as a teenager, then became a Kennel Attendant for 2yrs before going to Lakeland College in Vermillion Alberta in 04 to become an Animal Health Technologist.

After completing college, she found her way back to us and has been working here since 2006. In 07 she furthered her education by taking several courses on canine rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee. Kristy is passionate about physiotherapy and happily guides our recovering patients and clients through the rehabilitation process after ligament surgery. She lives with a happy large black dog that she got from the SPCA, an excitable golden retriever, and a handy carpenter.

Currently, Kristy is on leave enjoying her time with her infant daughter

Joanna K: Registered Veterinary Technologist, Certified Equine Dental Technician

Originally from Alberta, Joanna graduated from NAIT- Fairview Animal Health Technology program in 2009. She also obtained certifications in Equine Dentistry, Hoof Care and Trimming, and Artificial Insemination. With over 10 years experience in the Equine Industry and a passion for horse dentistry she has developed a wide range of knowledge and expertise. Joanna has a wonderful husband and little boy as well as 1 dog and 2 horses which keep her busy on her days off. In January, Joanna had another beautiful son, she is taking some time away from the clinic to enjoy her growing family. We are happy to announce that she will be returning to the clinic full time on January 15 2017

Marissa C: Registered Veterinary Technologist

Marissa joined our team in August of 2013 as a receptionist. She grew up in Prince George and soon after graduating high school she found her passion for animals. This pushed her to move to the lower mainland where she graduated from the Veterinary Office Assistant program at Douglas College. After working as a receptionist, Marissa realized her passion was working directly with our patients. To realize this dream she furthered her education and graduated as an Animal Health Technologist in 2018.

Marissa lives with her fiance on a small acreage west of the city with her 4 fur babies; Finnegan, Blue, Sonic and Lulay. In her spare time she enjoys watching a good football game, taking her dogs on hikes, road trips and spending time with her friends and family. 

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