Amy Robinson

Registered Veterinary Technologist

I grew up on a farm in a small town in Northwestern Ontario and that was where my love of animals began. We had beef cattle, a Cocker Spaniel and at one point, had 21 barn cats! I had fun naming them and taking care of them. When I was in 4-H in my early teens, we were taken for a tour of a veterinary clinic and after that visit, I decided I wanted to be in the veterinary industry. I worked at that same clinic after high school for 2 years, then I came out to Alberta to attend Olds College and graduated in 2002 with a diploma in Animal Health Technology.

I joined the clinic in July 2017. I had been a locum here since 2016 and I enjoy working with the staff and clientele here, it also is a plus that I live in the area. I love being able to form relationships with clients and care for their pets. My goal is to make clients feel comfortable that I am caring for their pet the same way I would my care for own pet. My favourite thing about the clinic is that the team here is a bunch of awesome people! My first pet was a barn cat named Snowball.

Best staff, compassionate , caring, understanding and they go above and beyond for you and your furry friends. There…

Jordyn Manning

Updated Nov 2018: After meeting Dr Tasha with my first foster kitty almost 2 years ago, now she sees all…

Stephanie Kelly

This place was awesome. I brought my cat here for a check up and she needed a few vaccines. She…

Kalyn Macaskill

Very friendly and helpful and if you need help for your kitties teeth this is the place to go

Allan Reid

Great place. Staff is super friendly and helpful. A little bit higher priced than some places but not overly. I…

Val Berry


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