Sarah has always been passionate about animals and their wellbeing. She graduated from the NAIT Animal Health Technology program in 2009 and shortly after became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant (CCRA). Recently, she obtained her Fear Free Certification.
Sarah has worked in small animal general practice as well as specialty practice in surgery/anesthesia.
In her spare time, Sarah is kept busy with her husband and young son, their Bernese Mountain Dogs, Moose and Daphne, and her forever growing indoor plant collection. She enjoys jogging, camping, hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding, and scuba diving.
Sarah looks forward to building many trusted relationships with the clients and patients of Tri-Municipal Veterinary Clinic.
Aaizah has lived in south Edmonton for over 15 years. She became interested in entering the veterinary field during her undergraduate years at Grant MacEwan University, but her love for animals goes all the way back to her childhood days. Aaizah grew up with parrots, pigeons, corn snake, and cats. On occasion, the family would get a cow or goat that Aaizah would love to care for and take on walks around the neighborhood!
Aaizah graduated from the Animal Health Program at NAIT in the summer of 2021. Before becoming an AHT, Aaizah gained volunteer experience working with animals of all kinds. The highlight of her experiences would be working with wildlife during her internship at WildNorth, and most recently working with all kinds of farm animals at her practicum. Her main goal is to provide every patient with the utmost care and respect, and to always address the client’s concerns as best she can. Aaizah is always amazed by how much animals can teach us, and is eager to learn even more throughout her career. Meanwhile, a very rambunctious cat named Bravo, and two adorable budgies named Pereigh and Benito teach her lots!
In her spare time, Aaizah can be found reading, volunteering with various organizations, or finding beautiful hikes to go on with her sister who shares her love of the outdoors and animals!
Brianne was born and raised in Spruce Grove. Since she was young, Brianne has always had a love for animals. She would often go to her grandfather’s cattle farm as a child to help out, further deepening her passion for large animals. Brianne’s love of horse back riding can be attributed to her father, who inspired her to ride and helped her to acquire her first horse at the age of 11.
After completing a Bachelor of Science at Grant MacEwan, Brianne then continued to further her education enroling in the Animal Health Technologist program at NAIT. Now Brianne resides in Stony Plain with her cat Milo. In her downtime, Brianne enjoys sports – especially watching football and cheering for her brother who plays for the Calgary Stampeders! She also enjoys music, the outdoors, and being on or near water in the summertime!
Courtney has always had an immense love for animals, inevitably leading her to veterinary medicine. Originally from Fort McMurray, Courtney moved to Edmonton to attend NAIT’s Animal Health Technology program. After spending 8 years in the city, her and her husband welcomed their first child, which brought them to Stony Plain to be closer to family. She loves working with animals of all kind to provide the best medicine possible, with a particular interest in dentistry, fear free patient care, and client communiction. She loves what she does and couldn’t imagine a career in anything else!
In her spare time, Courtney enjoys baking, gardening, baseball, and loves spending time with her husband and son.
Courtney has always had a love for animals! She graduated from Grande Prairie Regional College in 2011. After graduation, Courtney began her career in general practice, followed by a shift into emergency medicine. She absolutely loved it!
After deciding to start a family, Courtney returned to general practice, joining the Tri-Municipal Veterinary team. Outside of part time work, she loves being a stay at home mom to her 2 kids, spending time outdoors with her family, and having some cuddles with her 2 cats, Ruth and Nermal.
Kristy grew up in the Edmonton area. From a young age, she developed a strong love of animals and always knew she wanted to pursue a career in animal health in some way. Upon graduating from the NAIT Animal Health Technology program in 2003, Kristy started at a small animal practice in the city. She then pursued her career in a mixed animal, rural practice for 14 years. Kristy enjoys working with a variety of species and the challenges this provides!
Kristy currently resides in Edmonton with her husband Randy and 2 girls, Kennedy and McKenzi. They have a dog, Mille, a cat, Leo, and a leopard gecko, Isaac. In her spare time, Kristy enjoys camping, skiing, snowshoeing, reading, and any activity with her family.
Shayla graduated as a veterinary technician in 2006 in Saskatoon, where she worked in private clinics and at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2009, she moved with her husband, Ben to Grande Prairie where she continued her career in private practice. In May 2011, she welcomed her first child and that October moved to Spruce Grove. In July 2012 she returned to work at a local clinic. She is happy to call Spruce Grove her home and to be raising her family here.
In her spare time, Shayla keeps very active chasing after her three children, Aiden, Caitlin and Kelsey, and her lab cross, Jersey.