Dr. Stacey Homer graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She then completed an internship in California in Large Animal Surgery, Reproduction and Internal Medicine. Her greatest passion is reproduction which led her to establish herself in Central Alberta where she could enjoy plenty of obstetrics and breeding in all sorts of species.
While reproduction is her passion, general practice is her game. From pocket exotic pets to Purebred bovine and more there isn't much she won't see.
During her spare time she chases her two young children and husband while breeding and raising Labrador Retrievers. Sometimes you will catch her on trail rides as her passion for long rides stems from her Cross Canada Trip in 2017 where she, her sister and father traveled across Western Canada unassisted on horseback and were granted into the Long Rider's Guild, a small unique group of riders that have traveled more than 1000mi in a single trip on horseback unassisted.
Stephanie is a graduate of the Animal Health Technologist course from Olds College in 2013. She enjoys both sides of large and small animal, but her true passion lies with the Bovine aspect. She lives on her husband's family farm where they raise purebred Shorthorn cattle. Outside of work, you can find her showing cattle and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Terra is a graduate of the first accelerated Animal Health Technologist Program from Olds College in 2019. She enjoys both large and small animal medicine, but her passion lies with the small animal and surgery/anesthesia aspects. Terra is passionate about the outdoors and loves spending time with her husband and son.
Jennifer graduated from Montana State University with a Bachelor of Animal Science. She went on to further her education with Olds College through the Animal Health Technologist program and graduated in 2021. Outside of work, Jennifer enjoys dog training and hiking with her dogs and husband.
Kimberly graduated from the Animal Health Technology program from Lakeland College in 2021. Kimberly is very passionate about large animals. On the weekends Kimberly works on the family farm, where she helps with both the cattle and grain sides of the farming operation. She likes to spend her spare time with her dogs, Roxy and Oakley, and hanging out with her friends.
Maddie Black is our extra set of hands wherever we need them. She loves every type of animal we see at the clinic and spends her spare time with her three dogs, Jack , Scruffy and Nova. Maddie also enjoys spending time with her friends golfing, camping and floating on the river. She is currently working to complete the Animal Health Technology course at Olds College.
Darby is the face that greets you at the door when you arrive. She loves the domestic animals we see at the clinic, but her true passion lies with wildlife. Darby graduated from the University of Alberta with a specialization in Animal Biology and previously worked in wildlife rehabilitation. She will start the Animal Health Technology course at Olds College in the fall of 2023.