Dr. Tara Walters is a graduate of the Atlantic Veterinary Clinic and brings her experiences of working with both Large and Small animal patients to the clinic. She has an animal family consisting of one canine and one feline companion, and their antics are often discussed in appointments to illustrate training dos and dont's! Now, she has the added advantage of relating to families trying to manage work, raising kids and being balanced pack leaders as she has recently added two boys to the family as well. She no longer has spare time, but luckily the entire family enjoys spending time outdoors and just being together.
Teryn Jenkins graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Georgian College in 2005 prior to completing her bachelor of science at the University of Guelph in Wildlife Biology. As a student, Teryn continued to work as a Veterinary Technician in both clinical and emergency care. Teryn loves working with all types of animals and has a special interest in behaviour and nutrition. In her free time, Teryn is very active and loves to camp, hike and enjoys time with her partner Craig, and their furry family. Teryn is always here to answer any questions you may have so feel free to call or stop by.
Brodi Klein is the Receptionist at the Ardrossan Veterinary Clinic and usually the first one to greet you when you arrive, or provide assistance over the phone. Brodi plans on furthering her education by taking an Animal Health Technician program in the future. In her free time, Brodi enjoys playing with her three dogs, Squirt, Jade and Cash as well as spending time outdoors, or with her friends and family.