Animal Health Technician

I’ve been working at Centennial since June 2010.

I enjoyed attending Red River College to become an Animal Health Technologist and the opportunity to work with a variety of large and small animals.

I grew up on a farm with a cow, horses, cats, dogs, sheep and pigs. I spent most of my youth with them and it was a childhood I wouldn’t trade for the world and one that prepared me well for my career as an Animal Health Technologist.

Another benefit of my profession is playing a role in the stories that veterinarians strive to write happy endings to. I will never forget the first time that I assisted a vet in my hometown of St. Claude. We delivered puppies together, and that sense of satisfaction impacts my work every day.

Outside of work, I enjoy travelling with my wife Candace. I also like to golf, fish, and spend time with friends.

I have 3 pets at home. 
Lily- 1.5 years old DSH
Betty White – 6 month old DSH
Meiko – 4 year old Husky X

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