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Natalie

Kennel Attendant

All my life, I have been around animals and I always seemed to like them better than people. Growing up, my dad taught me how to ride horses and it wasn’t too soon after that my grandma had given me her quarter horse cross Tennessee walker named Bud! As I was getting older, I didn’t have much time to ride anymore, so I fell even more in love with my dogs and that was when it all started.

I joined the clinic in April of 2017. I love that in this job I have the opportunity to work with many different breeds of dogs and cats, there were so many I didn’t even know existed! My favourite thing about the clinic is all the extra stuff we do to help our community; this being our kindness kits, collecting food for Four Paws Food Bank, and more. I currently own a blue-eyed Border Collie that my boyfriend and I bought together in the summer, his name is Bentley! We hope to be adding another furry friend within the next year. My very first pet was a Border Collie cross Shih Tzu named Molly. We had her for ten years before we had to put her down due to cancer.

Absolutely amazing from the minute we called to the minute we walked out the door. They have the biggest hearts…

Katelyn Duperron

I been taking my fur babies here for 20 years. The staff are amazing!!! Caring and compassionate. I had some…

Tanya Faulkner

Dr. Tara McKay is awesome, she has helped us with our girls since we moved to Kamloops. She is…

Mike Pollock

Outstanding. I’ve been going to this Vet since I moved here 10 years ago, and I’ve always been impressed with…

Please Be Kind

Hands down the best vet in kamloops! Each and every member of staff have positive attitudes, Extremely helpful, caring to…

Shawna Leigh

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What You Need to Know About Kennel Cough

Kennel cough is a highly contagious upper respiratory infection, that can be caused by a variety of different viruses and bacteria. The kennel cough vaccine available is able to protect against one of the most common sources of kennel cough, but just like with our human influenza vaccine, it cannot cover every strain.

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