Our Team

Meet the team of people dedicated to keeping your pets and livestock healthy.

 

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Owners - dr. john and laura wilson

John and Laura Wilson have been working in the veterinary profession for many years. During that time they raised their family, and still operate a cattle ranch in Quesnel. They are proud to have served their clients over the years, and look forward to what the future holds at Quesnel Veterinary Clinic.


Dr. Emily Wilson - Veterinarian

W.C.V.M 2014

Emily was born and raised in Quesnel. She is no stranger to hard work and long hours, growing up as part of a family ranch operation. This allowed her to build a small herd of her own and gain an in depth understanding of the cattle industry. After graduation in 2014 Emily went to work in Dawson Creek. There she developed extensive skills in both large and small animal medicine. Emily enjoys production animal consulting, equine sports medicine, and small animal surgery including orthopaedic surgery. Emily joined the QVC team full time in 2018. She is looking forward to continuing on her family’s commitment to the community.

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Dr. Crystal Fisher - Veterinarian

W.C.V.M 2003

Dr Crystal Fisher knew from an early age growing up in The Pas, Manitoba that she wanted to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. She graduated with distinction from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, after which completing a 1 year internship in Equine Medicine and Surgery at Moore Equine near Calgary, Alberta. She moved to the Cariboo in 2004, where she made a home with her husband, Ben and her son, Rhys. When Dr Fisher is not working, you can find her riding one of her reining horses from her breeding program.


Animal Health Technologists and Veterinary Assistants

These ladies are vital to our clinic. They are experts in one on one patient care as well as client communication and education. When your animal comes to see us they are guaranteed to play an important role in their care. They are trained to: monitor anesthesia, take x-rays, collect blood, fill prescriptions, and much more. Next time you’re in, take the time to thank the tech helping you. They care greatly for you pet’s health and wellbeing.

Laura Wilson - Marion Steinmaier - Alex Johnson

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Receptionists

Some of these faces are new, and some have been at the clinic for many years. Our receptionists keep the clinic purring along, managing the schedule is a huge challenge. Their job is to make sure your needs are communicated to the back staff, and that you have a welcoming experience during your visit. Our receptionists have a large knowledge base; if they can’t answer your questions they can point you in the right direction.

Susan Koster - Delany Oakes - Deanna Kaulback


Kennel Attendant

Cleanliness and biosecurity are essential to the health and safety of your animal during their visit. Sherie takes pride in ensuring the clinic is spotless and welcoming for all our clients and animals.

Sherie Heaton

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