I have 15 years of experience in a variety of areas in veterinary medicine, including small animals, exotics, alternative medicine, behavior and education. I graduated as an Animal Health Technician in 2009 and I still love what I do. I am very happy to finally see and participate in telemedicine here in Nova Scotia.
Throughout my career, I have prided myself on my technical skills but also my customer service and phone skills. I have always tried to treat clients/patients how I would want to be treated in their situation and patient care has always been of utmost importance to me. I have experience communicating with a diverse client base, under all kinds of circumstances, including very emotional ones. This was especially true while running my own business, my focus was geriatric care, where emotions run high.
Though I had stepped away from clinical work, coming back into a setting as an instructor for a College, has reminded me how much I love being a vet tech. Now through Vetster, I have a way to reach more people directly. I look forward to helping as many pets and owners as possible!
Credentials: Registered Veterinary Technician in Nova Scotia Experience as a College Instructor of Veterinary Technicians Canadian Association of Professional Dog Trainers Member The Pet Professional Guild Member
(CE = Professional Continuing Education)
Fear Free Level 2 Certified Professional
Noise Aversion and Nutraceuticals and Behavior Medicine
Understanding Fear and Anxiety in Dogs
Low-Stress Handling for your and Your Patients and You
Anxious and Afraid
Fear Free Certified Professional
Behavior Problem Triage
Disorders of Anxiety, Fear, Panic
Supplements for Behavior Problems
Making the veterinary visit a positive experience and managing fearful pets
The Aging Brain: Do pet’s get Alzheimer’s
Companion Animal Euthanasia
Part 1 through 5: Help People Through Animal Loss: A primer for Veterinary Teams
References Available Upon Request.