A well-run veterinary hospital must have a good operations director, and that’s the exact role that Amanda fills at Complete Care Hospital for Pets. She not only makes sure things run smoothly on a daily basis, she also loves the excitement of the unforeseen challenges that each day brings. As she puts it, “you never know what animal is going to walk through the front door!”
Growing up in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Kayla always had an interest in nursing and animals. A career in the veterinary industry, where she could continue to learn and grow, just seemed to be the natural choice. As a Registered Veterinary Technician, Kayla gets to combine her passions and fulfill her lifelong ambition.
Ever since she was younger, Denielle has been involved with animals. Starting out in a kennel where she handled show dogs, she would gradually move onto working with horses in the barn, and then to a doggy daycare. All of that experience around animals has helped her become who she is today – a registered veterinary technician at Complete Care Hospital for Pets!
After graduating with a Bachelor of Science major in Environmental and Animal Science from the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Sabrina found herself longing to continue her education in Animal Medicine. While she originally had goals of working in wildlife, she has comfortably settled in as a registered veterinary technician at Complete Care Hospital for Pets. Here she gets to provide assistance to animals and their owners!
Different people have different reasons for getting into the veterinary profession. For Rachael, her reason was simple enough: she believed that all creatures deserve to have the best care possible. As someone who has always been more interested in veterinary medicine than in human medicine, Rachael knew early on that a future in veterinary medicine was in the cards. Lo and behold, today she is a veterinary assistant at Complete Care Hospital for Pets!
A native of Shelburne, NS, Joanne attended and graduated from Mount Saint Vincent University. After spending 28 years as the distribution manager for an energy company, she decided to retire and focus on her true lifelong passion – animals. The opportunity to be around animals at Complete Care Hospital as a receptionist was too good to pass up, and now Joanne is able to live out her dream every day!
Due to their ability to love humans unconditionally, Lisa has always found herself passionate about animals. Even while she pursued a career in the pharmaceutical industry, Lisa’s love for animals was still evident. So when she discovered that Complete Care Hospital for Pets was looking to fill a receptionist/assistant position, she decided to apply and was promptly hired!
Unlike most of his colleagues, Tom wasn’t following a lifelong dream to pursue a career in the veterinary field. He simply married into it. That said, he takes his role as Practice Director seriously, and is happy to take on as much of the admin duties as possible so that his wife, Dr. Kyra Larkin, can focus on being the best doctor she can be to our patients!