Dr. Samantha Tetlock
Dr. Tetlock grew up in Regina and spent many years working in veterinary practices in Regina and Saskatoon. Samantha's lifelong passion for animal health and welfare, as well as pet-owner comfort and satisfaction, has led her to a very rewarding career as a small animal veterinarian. She has been in a very busy small animal practice since graduating, and since returning from maternity leave, where she has furthered her passion for small animal medicine, wellness, and surgery.
Graduated WCVM -2017
Practice Owner March, 2020
Dr. Justin Kristjansson
Dr. Justin Kristjansson was raised in southern Manitoba on his families commercial and purebred beef operation. His farm and 4-H experiences peaked an interest in veterinary medicine and bovine reproduction. After graduating from veterinary college Justin pursued a career focused largely on bovine embryo transfer, in vitro fertilization, and semen collection services for purebred beef producers, while also fitting in hours at a progressive large animal clinic in southern Alberta. Justin holds a"Certified" status by the Canadian Embryo Transfer Association.
Graduated WCVM - 2017
Practice Owner - March 2020
Dr. Debbie Hupka-Butz
Deb graduated from WCVM in 1984, and came to work for a vet here in Earl Grey. In 1986 she purchased the clinic. Debbie and her husband, Kelly, have 3 children who have left the nest but are never too far away. However, with the kids gone, their house isn't empty yet! It is still full time home to their Golden Retriever, Keisha. In her spare time, Deb enjoys sports, fishing, and traveling during the cold Saskatchewan winters.
Past President of SVMA(Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association) in September 2015
graduated WCVM - 1984
President of SVMA- 2015
Born and raised on the family farm at Earl Grey, graduated from Earl Grey High school in 1981. Attended post secondary in Moose Jaw STI. Delivered farm fuel out of Southey for Petro Canada. Met Dr. Debbie in town one night, and the rest is history. Always helping out with everything at the clinic when needed from cutting grass to assisting with emergency surgery. You've probably talked to me on the phone before and if not I'll be happy to assist you.
Go to person when computers and equipment not working
Michelle completed her Veterinary Technician course at SIAST in Saskatoon, graduating in 2011. She grew up on a mixed farm near Stenen, Saskatchewan and enjoys working with both large and small animals. In her spare time she enjoys doing outdoor activities with her husband Devon, daughters Olivia and Natalie, and their whippet named Winston. She looks forward to seeing you and your crazy critters at the clinic.
RVT degree SIAST - 2011
Deanna grew up on the family farm north of Southey, after graduating from Robert Southey School she attended and graduated from the the Veterinarian Technician Program in Estherville, Iowa. While she was there, she was not only busy with studying but being on the college softball team as well, setting new records in the books that may be there for years to come.
In Deanna's free time she likes spending it outdoors and playing any sports in general.
Registered Veterinary Technician
RVT degree Iowa Community Collage - 2017
International RVT degree April 2018
Cienna grew up in Regina, graduating from Dr. Martin LeBoldus high school. She then attended Lakeland College in Vermillian, Alberta where she earned her degree as Registered Veterinarian Technician.
She joined our team on April 20, 2020.
When she isn't working, she enjoys camping and spending time outdoors.
Registered Veterinary Technician
RVT degree Lakeland Collage -2020
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