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Our Veterinarians

Your pet’s emotional and physical well-being is prioritized with every visit. We put our patients first!

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Dr. Larkin

Dr. Kyra Larkin


When Dr. Kyra Larkin was a young child, she asked her parents for a horse. Given their modest living conditions and the family’s limited budget, her parents gently explained that owning a horse was expensive, particularly when it came to veterinary care. Not to be deterred, the young Dr. Kyra decided right then and there that she would simply become a vet so she could finally get the horse she wanted. And the rest, as they say, is history!

Dr. Kyra began her journey volunteering and working at a local small animal clinic during high school. This experience solidified her desire to pursue veterinary medicine as a career. She went on to attend Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Truro, where she acquired her BSc in Agriculture. She then traveled to PEI to attend the Atlantic Veterinary College, where she obtained her DVM and (finally!) got her first horse. Dr. Kyra, along with her husband, started Complete Care Hospital for Pets in 2009.

From a professional standpoint, Dr. Kyra has a special interest in small animal dentistry. Whether it’s correcting a malocclusion or restoring a pet’s oral health, she loves hearing stories from clients about how much better their animal companion feels afterwards. She also enjoys going on farm calls and seeing the horses. Being an avid rider herself, Dr. Kyra finds the sweet smell of the hay and the soft snorts of the horses to be incredibly soothing.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Kyra is married to her husband, Tom Sladek, who co-owns and works at the practice as the CFO. Together, they have two adult children: William and Jessica. Their fur family consists of two dogs and two cats. Sweetie Pie is an energetic Shih Tzu mix who is quite the watch dog, and Betty is a Husky/Golden Retriever mix who balances her time between ball-chasing and being a lap dog.

Lettuce (like the salad) is their “special” cat who already has a few stamps on his 9 Lives Card. When he’s not dragging squirrels home, he’s usually curled up in your lap having a conversation with you. Moe is a very unique kitty. Due to inbreeding in a hoarding situation he resembles a Munchkin kitty. Moe loves everyone, purrs like a pigeon and has a propensity to sneeze in your face.

While Dr. Kyra had put her riding on hold to raise her family and start the new practice, she is excited to have recently returned to riding in the discipline of Dressage.

Dr. Rojman Khomayezi

Dr. Rojman Khomayezi

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Khomayezi was born and raised in a small town in Kurdistan called Mahabad, surrounded by beautiful Zagros Mountains. From a very young age, he’d spend weekends and summers at his grandfather’s farm, surrounded by beef cattle, two well-trained German shepherds, a few cats, and some chickens. Mesmerized by the veterinarian examining and treating the animals, Dr. Khomayezi knew exactly what he wanted to become when he grew up. Today, he is living his childhood dream of being a veterinarian, protecting animals’ health and wellbeing, and alleviating their pain and discomfort.

After Dr. Khomayezi graduated from Veterinary College of Azad University in Iran in 2011, he practiced as a large animal veterinarian for several years. In 2015, he came to Nova Scotia as a graduate student, and successfully graduated with a Master of Animal Science degree from Agricultural College of Dalhousie University in 2018. After graduation, Dr. Khomayezi worked as an instructor in the Department of Animal Science of Dalhousie University and joined the Primary Product and Farm Animal Welfare Program within government of Nova Scotia. He then spent several years working for the provincial government, first as an inspector and later as a district manager.

In 2023, Dr. Khomayezi felt it was time for a change and decided to return to practicing medicine on a clinical basis. He joined the Complete Care Hospital for Pets team in March. Professionally, Dr. Khomayezi has a particular interest in internal medicine, as there are always new challenges to solve and new things to learn.

Outside of work, Dr. Khomayezi is happily married. The couple has one friendly and remarkably talented cat named Gizmo, who understands English and Kurdish, and knows an impressive number of tricks, including high-five, spin, sit, lay, and jump. Gizmo is still attending the “school of tricks” with no plans to graduate any time soon.

In addition to practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Khomayezi speaks five languages and is currently in the process of learning French as a sixth. In his spare time, he enjoys camping and hiking with his wife, playing guitar, and reading about politics.


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