Brittany Szautner, RVT

Brittany grew up on a farm near Muenster, SK where they raised bison. She decided to pursue her career to be a RVT and graduated from Saskatchewan Polytechnic in 2019. What she most enjoys about being a vet tech is the anatomy and problem-solving in-patient cases! In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors and being with her dog, Diesel and sassy cat, Gladys. She also loves riding her horse, Annie!

April Fisher RVT, BSA

She was born and raised on a grain farm near Prince Albert. She moved to Saskatoon to pursue a degree in Agriculture, and graduated in 2016 with a degree in Animal Science. She wanted more hands on and practical experience so she enrolled at SaskPolytech where she graduated in 2018 with a diploma in Veterinary Technology. She worked in Saskatoon at mixed animal and large animal clinics. She enjoys working with our small furry friends but she also loves the change in routine and excitement from our large animal patients. She enjoys gardening and planting colorful flowers. She also enjoys playing the piano and reading. She is a proud auntie to a niece and nephew as well as a fur auntie to Marley a black lab and Hudson a Frenchie who are always available for some snuggles. She looks forward to meeting you and your pets and helping in any way she can!

Dr. Heidi Dube, DVM

Heidi graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. She is from Red Deer, AB originally but had moved to Kelvington, SK with her husband and three kids. They run a private community pasture on her husbands family farm, and her spare time is spent riding horses and being outside with her kids. Heidi is excited to continue gaining experience in mixed animal practice where she enjoys working with all species.

Monique Mallette, Receptionist

Monique has been working as a veterinary office assistant since 2016. Monique has over 10 years of office, retail and management experience. She moved with her husband Nathan from Saskatoon to Lake Lenore in 2015, and now lives in Humboldt with their two daughters, Mia, Layna and their two dogs Gracie and Bear along with their cat Leroy. Monique’s passion for animals and her professional background, made becoming a V.O.A a perfect fit in her personal and professional life. 

Tina Hiebert, Receptionist

Tina has been working at the clinic as a Veterinary Assistant since 2013. Tina’s pets have been some of her closest friends. There have always been a number of stray cats, dogs and maybe a few skunks that were brought home as a child, and this hasn’t really changed. Growing up in Southern Alberta she dreamed of living on a farm and working with animals. In 2007, Tina moved with her husband, three children and their pets to a small farm near St. Gregor. After many years in customer service, she wanted a job where helping people and animals could come together. She really enjoys helping both animals and their people feel relaxed and well cared for while they are here. Over the years their farm has grown to include a variety of pets including two dogs – one of them is a one-eyed German Shepherd mix that wandered in as a stray and never left. They have two house cats and a few barn cats that showed up as strays and then stayed due to being neutered and well fed. They also have Gypsy Vanner horses, a couple of cows and goats, quite a few chickens and ducks, and one photo-bombing llama named Louie.

Andra Tagseth, Receptionist

Andra enjoys the steady stream of various animals that fill her days at work. She started in 2002. Animals have always been a part of Andra’s home life. She has had a few long-lived dogs in the house and many cats. Recently Andra’s family said goodbye to the wonderful brown dog Whiskey. In time she hopes that a special dog will once again be part of the family. Andra grew up in Humboldt, Saskatoon and Foam Lake. Married life has taken Andra to Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Ohio and Alaska. Andra loves Saskatchewan, the beautiful landscape and the living skies. Andra lives in Lake Lenore with her husband Martin in the house that was built by his grandparents. Andra enjoys her large garden and woodfire pizza oven, live music shows and playing the fiddle.

Tammy Schropp, RVT

Tammy started working in Humboldt in 2014 as a RVT. Tammy is very passionate about her job and loves to learn/help to improve in the clinic. Tammy is highly interested when large animals come into the clinic/do out calls, but she also loves to spend time with the furry little creatures. She grew up in southern Saskatchewan near a small town called Harptree on a mixed farm of grain and cattle with her parents, brother and sister. She now lives with her husband Ryan and their son Tarkus and daughter Aria on an acreage near Leroy. They have 2 dogs: Luna, a German Shepherd X; Tikka, a Black Labrador Retriever and their cats Kahleesi and Jumper. She also has Meeka, a Siberian Husky that is living with her parents on the farm. She enjoys being outside in the fresh air and going out hunting with family.

Dr. Nancy Pouteau-Stock, DVM

Nancy grew up on her family’s dairy farm in southern Manitoba. She acquired a degree in Medical Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy at the University of Manitoba and worked at a hospital in Winnipeg for several years. However, her love of the farm and interest in the health and wellbeing of the cattle herd led her back to school, and she graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. She began her veterinary career in a mixed animal practice in Ponoka, AB and later in Morden, MB. Nancy joined the team at the Animal Health Clinic in 2010, where she currently works part time and enjoys both the large and small animal aspects of the practice. Nancy lives on an acreage with her husband and five children where, outside of work, she is busy with her kids’ school activities, sports teams and youth programs at their church.

Dr. Kim Hoshizaki, DVM & Owner

Kim graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon in 1996. Kim is originally from the interior of British Columbia. She grew up in Armstrong and did an undergraduate degree in agriculture at UBC in Vancouver before moving to Saskatchewan. After vet school, Kim started working for Jim Sawatsky at Animal Management Services. In 2009, she purchased the practice from Dr. Sawatsky and changed the name to the Animal Health Clinic of Humboldt. Kim truly enjoys mixed animal practice; working with all species and their owners makes life interesting. Kim is married and has two children.