Nicki joined the clinic in 2010 working as a Technician. Nicki was born and raised here in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. She has a daughter named Quinn. Nicki owns seven dogs; six rottweilers and a chihuahua: Zoar, Piglet, Zuzu, Meatball, Bugaboo, Spaghetti, and Booger.
Allie joined the clinic in October 2018 working as a technician. Allie is originally from Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Allie is an LPN by trade but decided to join our team and pursue a career with animals.
Amanda joined our team in May 2020 working as a receptionist. She is originally from Happy Valley- Goose Bay. She has SEVEN dogs- Babyboy, Puppy, Buster, Rachael, Rosebud, Rupert and Skip!
Natasha joined the clinic in 2021 working as a technician. She originally started her career in Paradise, NL. She moved back home to Happy Valley- Goose Bay with her fiancee to raise her family, which includes daughter Wren and pets Callie, Ranger, Caveira, and Denny.
Jennifer joined the clinic in September 2021. Bio coming soon!
Cindy joined the clinic in July 2020 after completing her Bachelor of Science degree. She works as our grooming assistant and receptionist. She is originally from Churchill Falls. She has a Pekingese named Frosty.
Jackie joined our team in January 2021 after she moved to Happy Valley Goose Bay in the Fall of 2020. She is originally from Nova Scotia. She is the owner and head trainer of Best Kind Dog Training. Jackie is trained in multiple areas of the clinic. She can be found working the front reception desk, assisting Dr. Jackson and the technicians or training in the back of the clinic. She has an adorable Fox Red Labrador named Tansy.
Alice joined the clinic in June 2020 working as a technician. She is enrolled at Dalhousie University and is currently pursuing a Bio-Veterinary Science degree. She is currently applying to vet school. Alice is from North West River and has a cat named Tom.
Jessie is the clinic cat who lives here and likes to greet people and their pets when they come in. She loves treats and attention, and she also likes to sneak in other cat’s carriers when they are vacant. Jessie was adopted from the SPCA, she was brought back a couple of times before she found her forever home here with us in 2013.