Today’s pets are very much a part of our families. We all want them to live long and healthy lives, and like you, we want their comfort and quality of life to be as good as possible. There are so many different ways we can help make that happen. With young animals, the focus is often on preventive health care. That may involve discussions about nutrition and diet, as well as disease and parasite prevention. It might mean a conversation about how to travel safely with your pet, either to the clinic or to the cabin. Maybe it’s a talk about training or puppy safety, or how to leave a stimulating environment behind to entertain your friend while you are at work. We are here to answer your questions.
Dr. Catherine Kerr - Veterinarian/Clinic Owner
Dr. Jordan Le Masurier - Veterinarian/Director of Medical Services
Dr. Tracey Henderson - Veterinarian
In her spare time, Tracey loves to play in the mountains through biking, hiking, and skiing – but also enjoys the peace and relaxation of Qi Gong and Yoga.
Kerrie Graham - Office Manager/Director of Administration
She joined the Edgemont team in 2014. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, reading and photography.
Tanya Lynn - Client Care Coordinator/Director of Public Relations
Graduating from Lawrence College (St. John's, NL) in 1995 from a Veterinary Receptionist & Assistant program, Tanya has 20 years’ experience in the field.
Along with her passion to help animals, she has had the opportunity to live in many provinces in Canada & has a strong desire to travel. Her interests are nature, photography & art.
Mandy Rockett - Client Care Coordinator
Donna Williams - Client Care Coordinator
She is a volunteer for Alberta Bulldog Rescue and fosters Bulldogs until they find their furever home.
She joined the Edgemont team in October 2016. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, reading and renovating her home.
Stephanie Bowie - Client Care Coordinator
Amy Honeychurch - Registered Veterinary Technician
Working full time in small animal veterinary clinics for the last 8.5 years, and part time for the last 3 years doing canine assisted swimming, and having her own paw print business, Amy says “time spent with animals is never wasted”. Amy has a very love-able rescue dog named Tinka. In her spare time she enjoys dirt biking.
Rachel Ponte - Registered Veterinary Technician
Carolin Roemer - Veterinary Technician Assistant
Carolin fosters dogs waiting for their furever homes through AARCS, and she spends her spare time working with and playing with her foster dogs, hiking or horseback riding in the mountains, as well as furthering her education in animal care through online courses.
Cori Lynn Haskell - Veterinary Technician Assistant