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Hello, my name is Teja,

I joined the Whyte Ridge Veterinary team in May of 2013, after completing my practicum here. I graduated from the Animal Health Technology program at Red River College in 2013. I grew up in Morden Manitoba, but moved to Winnipeg to go to school.

Ever since I was young, I have always loved animals and wanted to help them in any way I can. I spent a great deal of my childhood out at my grandparents farm riding horses, which nurtured my love for animals. When I was 11, I got my first pet. A dwarf hamster named Ollie. I currently have a yellow lab, that is Lyme positive (Vaccinate!) named Toby and a corn snake named Cheeko. I am very happy and excited to be a part of the Whyte Ridge Veterinary team, and have gained a tremendous amount of experience in a very short period of time.


In my spare time, I enjoy running, hiking, and being outside as much as possible. I also enjoy going back to Morden and spending quality time with my family and friends.



Hello, my name is Haley

I joined the Whyte Ridge team in September of 2015 while I was still a student in the Animal Health Technology program at RRC. Since then I have graduated from the program and was excited to have the opportunity work full time at the clinic starting in May 2016.

I have had a passion for animals as far back as I can remember. Growing up on a farm gave me the opportunity to expand my love for animals to all kinds of creatures big and small, and working at an exotics clinic has definitely kept that interest going.

I currently have two cats named Charlie and Lucy, who are in charge of my household, and a crested gecko named Gladys.



Hello! My name is Nadia

I've been interested in animals and their care since I was very young, and so it was with lots of excitement that I joined the Whyte Ridge team in July of 2014. I have had small animals all my life, so in addition to a love of bigger animals like cats and dogs, I have a soft spot in my heart for exotics. I am currently servant to two sassy rabbits, who have turned bunnies into a niche interest of mine.

I also have a passion for photography that fills my spare time, both with work and my own hobby shooting. I'm especially interested in wildlife photography when not covering weddings, and love making trips out to our provincial parks to both indulge that passion and go for hikes or camping. One day I hope to adopt a large-breed dog that can accompany me on these trips.