Heidi graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. She lives in Kelvington, SK with her husband and three kids. They run a private community pasture on her husbands family farm, and are currently growing their sheep flock. Her spare time is spent riding horses, working dogs, and swimming at Greenwater Lake. Heidi enjoys the challenges of mixed animal practice, and has an interest for small ruminant medicine.
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. She returned to school and 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.
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 earned 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 and has a new dog named Kona.