LEAD REGISTERED VETERINARY TECHNICIAN
Tina was born in Taiwan and moved to North Vancouver with her family in 2004. Growing up in Taiwan, Tina is fluent in English, Mandarin and can communicate in both languages. She obtained an Associate’s degree in Biology. Tina always loved animals and volunteered at her local Veterinary Clinic in her spare time. It was not long before she was offered a part-time position as an assistant. One year later, Tina realized her love for animals was more than a job so she enrolled in the Douglas College Veterinary Technician program. She graduated from Douglas College in 2019 and is currently studying hard to become a registered technician.
Tina is Fear free certified. Fear free is a set of techniques based on behavioural science to provide a low-stress environment for pets during their vet visits.
Tina has a 5-year-old Pembroke welsh corgi named Hunter at home. Although she would love to add more fur babies, Hunter prefers to be an only child.
In her spare time, Tina likes to read, go biking, and hiking. She also enjoys volunteering at Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Center during the summer season and help rehabilitate seal pups.
Born and raised in England, Olivia moved to Vancouver 1.5 years ago. After graduating in Criminology Olivia decided to travel, where she discovered her passion for working with animals. Landing in Vancouver, Olivia spent over a year at an emergency hospital, before deciding to join our wonderful team. Olivia has an adorable French bulldog called Nino, who cannot catch treats to save his life!
During non-Covid19 times, she loves to combine her love for scuba diving, rock climbing, and traveling.