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Veterinarian Team

Dr Amit Ranjan, DVM (Owner)

After completing his Veterinary Degree in 2003 , Dr Ranjan completed his MBA degree. He then worked in the administrative field, but he found it difficult to live away from his passion of treating pets and understanding animal behavior. He wanted to help & treat patients again and joined the Hastings Veterinary Hospital team in Burnaby, Canada in 2008. He also worked as a veterinarian in Calgary in 2011 while visiting and exploring the extreme weather of Alberta. Dr Ranjan has been working at Hastings Veterinary Hospital as regular doctor and also at different emergency clinics in lower mainland as Locum (Visiting Doctor) for last many years. Dr Ranjan has special interest in Veterinary Ultrasound and he has got "Advanced Imaging Certificate of Completion" . He also does mobile ultrasound for different clinic in lower mainland in the name of "Skylark Veterinary Ultrasound Service". Dr Ranjan is working on Endoscopy training to make this service available by himself at Intercity Animal Emergency Clinic. Dr Ranjan has has special interest in the ever-expanding field of feline medicine. He is a member of AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners) as well. He also attends various seminars/conferences and likes to learn the advanced and better techniques in veterinary medicine. His outside interests include playing tennis, soccer, basketball, hiking and traveling.

Dr Asha Klair

Dr. Asha Klair Graduated from Punjab Agricultural University In Punjab State of Northern India. After her post graduation she worked as Research associate for three years in India . Following her immigration to Canada she passed the NEB exam in 2010. After which she has worked as a general practitioner but has always held a special interest in emergency medicine, surgery and internal medicine and she has been working as emergency Veterinarian in lower mainland since last three years. She is also a member of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. We are thrilled to have Dr.Asha Klair join our team at Intercity Animal Emergency, where we practice high quality Veterinary medicine and offer the most excellent care to our all patients. When she is not working or helping animals she enjoys spending time with her family, walking/hiking, reading and travelling.

Dr Gary Dhillon, BVSC

"A fresh addition to the clinic has come from all the way across the Pacific from New Zealand. Graduating from Massey University, NZ in 2012 , Gary spent 3 solid years in rural southern NZ dealing with all creatures from penguins to deer to cats, dogs. Love for outdoors and the excitement of travel beckoned him to Canada. Outside of work he is keen to explore Canada's natural beauty, mountains, and lakes."

Hillary Mason (Vet Technician)

Hillary graduated from the Veterinary Technology Program at Douglas College this past May and became a Registered VT in August. She enjoys that she is able to combine her love for animals and nursing into one field, and has a special interest in nutrition and dermatology. When not outdoors cycling or hiking, she enjoys time relaxing at home with the company of her tabby cat Mosby.

Uday Vyas (Veterinary Assistant and Office Manager)

Uday has been part of Intercity Animal Emergency Clinic since he first moved to Vancouver in October of 2014. He holds a bachelors of Nursing Science from his home country of India. Originally his experience came from the practice of human medicine and administration however his love of animals has drawn him to utilize his skills in veterinary medicine to give compassionate care to our cute and furry family members. He has completed a post-graduate program in Leadership and Management from Seneca College, Ontario which gives him the necessary skills to lead a team with competence and offer the best possible care in a friendly manner. In his free time, Uday loves to spend time with his family and friends, play with his loving cat "Athena" and further his education.

Brittany Hayman (Vet Assistant)

Brittany graduated from the Veterinary Office Assistant program at Douglas College in March 2014. A year ago she decided to adopt a Mexican rescue dog named Annie, even though she knew Annie had kidney failure. This is a testament to her passion and love for animals.

Ethan Rohl (Vet Assistant)

Ethan graduated from the VOA program in 2014, and joined the Intercity team in June 2015. He has always wanted to work with animals, and has had several cats. He has a special interest in animal behaviour. His hobbies outside of work include drawing, gaming, and LGBT advocacy.

Katie Birch (Vet Assistant)

Katie started working at this clinic at the end of June 2015, and it's been like something out of a dream. When she was little, she dreamed of being a veterinarian like many little girls do, only she actually stuck to that dream throughout most of her school life. In about the middle of her high school career, which she tailored for the purpose of going to vet school, she realized that what she really wanted was to be a veterinary assistant instead. Finally she's living that dream, and loving every minute of it. Animals have always been a big part of Katie's life, she can't remember a time growing up when she didn't have some kind of furry friend. Her cat Duchess was with her for the best fifteen years of her life, before passing away at home, and will forever be Katie's baby girl. Katie loves both cats and dogs, though there's no question cats are her preferred species. Her dream for the future is to be living independently with a roommate and at least two cats.

Tanis Aiton, VOA

Growing up in the farming town of Pemberton B.C. Tanis has been around animals her entire life. She left her horses, cats, dogs and chickens behind to complete a Bachelors of Science degree at the University of Victoria before heading out to explore the world. Eventually ending up in Vancouver, Tanis is now upgrading a few chemistry courses before she plans to attend the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program in either Saskatoon or Australia. From caring for sick and injured animals as a child, to working with the amazing team at Intercity Animal Emergency, Tanis has a passion for helping animals in need and can’t wait to become a veterinarian in her future.

Sarah Jones, VOA

 
 

Bridgitte Katalina, VOA

 
 

Binan Karmacharya, VOA