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Box 399
Redvers, SK S0C 2H0



Registered Veterinary Technologists:

Kalli Martin, RVT

Kalli graduated from the Animal Health Technology program at Lakeland College (Vermillion, AB) in 2019. Kalli grew up on a farm just outside Sinclair, MB. She has a interest in anything to do with cattle! Calving season is her favorite time of year! She did her practicum in a strictly large animal clinic in Toronto and obtained lots of cattle experience while she was there. In her spare time she enjoys playing baseball and hockey. 

Lesley Wilson, RVT- Office Manager

Lesley graduated for Lakeland College in 2003. She has been working at the clinic on and off since then, taking time at home to raise her kids and helping her husband farm. She is always a helpful hand in the clinic with any appointment. She continues to be a mentor to all the staff and can be counted on for any questions they may have. In her spare time she enjoys camping and doing any outdoor activities with her family. 

Veterinary Assistant:


Karen Cadena 

Trained as a Veterinarian in Colombia, Karen immigrated to Canada in 2008.   While in Canada, Karen became a veterinary assistant through the Stratford Career Institute.  Karen is known for her warm smile and her addiction to chocolate!  She has a very soothing effect on animals, helping them feel calm and safe while visiting the veterinary clinic.

Lisa Holden

Lisa lives at a farm with her husband and family near Redvers, where they have a beef herd that keeps her busy when not at the clinic.  In addition to cattle, Lisa's family enjoys having a few horses, and the family pet dogs-"Charlie","Chevy" and "Wheeler".  

Mainly working out of the Redvers clinic, Lisa keeps the wheels in motion!  Whether booking appointments, helping hold a patient for examination, or keeping everyone on task-Lisa always has a cheerful attitude.  If you need something, Lisa has the know how to "get 'er done". 

Brooklin Dielschneider

Brooklin started working at the clinic in November 2017. She is a local girl and has her very own farm just outside Kipling. She has lots of animals there and has also a foster for a local animal rescue. She always has a positive attitude and accomplishes tasks around the clinic with ease. She is very passionate about Veterinary Medicine and is looking into taking the AHT program that is offered online through Lakeland College. 


Timbel Wellborn

Timbel started working with us in June 2015. She grew up on a farm around the Kennedy area and still resides in the area with her husband Shane. They just recently moved to a farm about a mile outside of Kennedy and she is enjoying every minute of it! Whether it is doing a bit of gardening, mowing the lawn or cleaning up the yard she would not change it for the world! On their farm they have a few barn cats, horses and as well as their 3 dogs, Tux, Rosie and Dolly. Timbel is a familiar face to lots of people in the Kipling area and she is a great asset to have at the Kipling location! 

Robin Fleck

Robin Started working for us in October 2018. She can be found in the Carlyle location helping to serve our many clients that come through the door on a daily basis. She comes to us with some background working in retail, working at the Estevan Humane Society and a veterinary clinic in past jobs. So she has some great assets to offer and we already enjoy having her at the Carlyle location! She is a huge help!

Kennel Attendants:


Brooklyn Ewert

Brooklyn works at our Redvers location after school and during the summer months you may find her kicking around! We are happy to have the extra hands to help clean up after a busy day!

 Clinic Greeters:


 Miss Winks 

You will see this adorable face at the Carlyle location. Miss Winks enjoys spending her days sleeping by the window in the exam room on her fluffy pillow. When she gets the opportunity to explore outside she likes chasing grasshoppers and "hunting" the gophers that live under the isolation ward.  


Sasha is the newest clinic greeter at our Redvers location. You can usually find her curled up on a waiting room chair or hunting mice in the tall grass around the clinic. Her "lion cut" makes her very unique and keeps her long hair clean, fresh and easy to maintain.