Jill grew up in Alberta and had an immense love for all animals from a young age. After graduating from the NAIT Animal Health Technology program in 2006, she worked as an AHT in small animal practice in Parkland County while also pursuing her Bachelor of Science degree.
In 2012, Jill started her studies at the University of Glasgow’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Since moving home, she has worked in a busy small animal practice and has further developed special interests in internal medicine, dermatology, animal rescue and welfare, and client communication and education. She is passionate about building positive, trusting relationships with clients and working with them as a team to provide the best care for their treasured animal companions.
Jill has been fortunate to have had many pets to love throughout her life. Most recently, she adopted Stuart, a cat presented to her for veterinary care as a stray. In her spare time, Jill is happiest being around family, enjoying live music and spending time outdoors – especially at the lake, in the mountains or around a campfire.