Trenant Park Pet Clinic
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About Trenant Park Pet Clinic
The Trenant Park Pet Clinic, located in Ladner, British Columbia, was founded in 1990 by Dr. Kevin Harris. 

We are a small, intimate practice offering friendly and helpful services for dogs, cats and pocket pets. Our practice offers general appointments, surgical services, radiology, dental procedures, and technician services. We also carry a range of therapeutic diets for dogs and cats as well as treats, dental care items, shampoos, conditioners, and parasite and flea control products. 
Meet the Veterinarians and Staff
Registered Veterinary Technologists
Veterinary Assistants/Reception
Denise, RVT

Denise joined Trenant Park in November of 2013. One of Denise's favourite jobs is preparing and monitoring patients through anesthetics and surgery. After graduating from Thompson Rivers University in 2005, she worked in hospitals in Edmonton and Vancouver before going in search of something else in Melbourne, Australia. After five years in various small clinics in Australia and a large specialty surgery practice she returned home to her family with a husband and daughter. She has a fat blond pony who lives in the Interior with her sister where he has space to roam and be a horse.
Johanna, RVT

Johanna joined our team in February 2012. She is a graduate of the Sheridan College Animal Care Program and the Sheridan College Veterinary Technician Program. She spent the first 3 years of her career working in a 24 Hour Animal Emergency Hospital in Ontario before relocating to Vancouver. Aside from regular technician duties, Johanna can be found around TPPC keeping inventory and ordering supplies to keep the clinic's shelves stocked. 

Johanna belongs to two "bad cats" named "Mac" and "Jack" (pictured), "Penny" the guinea pig,  a Lab mix named "Puppy" and a French Bulldog, "GusGus". Johanna moved from Toronto to Vancouver in August 2011. She drove across the country with 2 people, 2 cats and all her belongings stuffed into her VW Beetle! She is also a self proclaimed computer nerd.


Brianne joined the TPPC team in July of 2012.  Brianne assists our Doctor's and technicians with the care of our patients as well as assisting in Reception.  She has a pitbull, "Ryder" (pictured), who was rescued from California.

Jen joined us in August of 2012. She is a graduate of the Veterinary Office Assistant course at Granville Business College and has worked in the veterinary field for over 10 years. She has two rescued kitties from the SPCA. "Penny", named after two surgeries to remove two dimes and three pennies from her stomach, and "Julius", a shy but loving guy and a Lab, "Chevy".

Jen is currently on maternity leave. 
We look forward to her return in 2018!

Kim graduated from the Veterinary Assitant Program at Vancouver Career College and joined us in 2008.  Kim often assists the Doctors and Technicians in the exam room and in surgical preparation. She is also the friendly face you'll see at Reception on the weekend where she schedules appointments, maintains files and sends out all of your helpful reminders.

Kim shares her home with 1 dog and 4 cats.  "Mui" is a "Mexican Mutt" who was rescued from Mexico through TPPC. "Spaz" is a DSH who developed epilepsy in 2006. She now takes medication each day to control the seizures. "Leonard", a former TPPC clinic cat who she fell in love with. "Elvira" & "Roseanne" are two DSH sisters also adopted from TPPC in 2009. Kim is convinced they share 1 brain! 

Outside of work, Kim enjoys spending time with her animals, painting, drawing, and yoga.

Andrea, RVT

Andrea joined TPPC in 2014. She graduated from Thompson Rivers University in 2013 as a Registered Veterinary Technologist after 10 years of experience in the veterinary field. Andrea has a special interest in anesthesia and radiographs. She has a Staffordshire/Aussie Shepherd mix named "MacGruber". In her spare time, Andrea enjoys hiking with her husband and MacGruber, watching movies and spending time with family. 

Dr. Kevin Harris BSc, DVM - Practice Owner

Dr. Harris obtained his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Manitoba in 1981. He then went on to become a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, graduating from the University of Saskatchewan in 1986. After working at clinics around British Columbia, he opened Trenant Park Pet Clinic in 1990. Dr. Harris belongs to "Skinny", a Staffordshire Terrier mix who he rescued from Louisiana after volunteering for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, a troublesome Pug, "Mr. Funny Man", and "Hilary" and "Obama" the cats. 
Dr. Nadia Yechouron BSc, DVM

Dr. Yechouron received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology from McGill University in 1983. She then graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Université de Montréal in 1987. Dr. Yechouron has been a part of the Trenant Park team since 1997. Dr. Yechouron has three children and one very spoiled Yellow Lab, "Penny" (pictured)
Dr. Kevin Harris

Alana joined TPPC in 2015. Alana graduated from UVic in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Psychology. Alana assists in all areas of the clinic, keeping patients happy and comfortable as well as assisting in reception. She has a cat, "Toulouse" and a Mini Aussie Shepherd, "Harley". In her spare time Alana enjoys playing ice hockey, field hockey, fishing, hiking and going to the beach.
Practice Manager

In her over 20 years of veterinary experience, Ingrid has done it all! She has worked as a veterinary assistant, receptionist, veterinary technician and now practice manager. Ingrid has been with us since 2014. Her pets are “Stella” a Boxer, “Pippa” a pug, and "Peter" the cat.

Jessica F., RVT

Jessica joined the TPPC team as a kennel assistant in 2014. After graduating from Douglas College's Veterinary Technology program in the spring of 2015, Jessica joined the technician team. Jessica has a special interest in laboratory diagnostics as well as wildlife. She has volunteered her time at the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (OWL) in Ladner. Jessica has two dogs. "Winston", an English Bulldog and "Guinness", an American Bulldog. 
Jessica B., RVT

Jessica joined TPPC in the spring of 2015. She graduated from Red River College in 2010 as a Registered Veterinary Technologist. One of Jessica's favourite things to do is cleaning! Anything from wounds, ears and teeth. Jessica has two very cute Persian cats named "Otis" (pictured) and "Cinders". She enjoys spending time outdoors, which is why she recently relocated from Manitoba to the warmer climes of BC.
Dr. Andrew Ford, DVM

Dr. Ford received a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biology from the University of Guelph in 2006 and graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Guelph in 2010. Dr. Ford grew up in Toronto and recently relocated to the Vancouver area. He has a special interest in pathophysiology, wellness, and internal medicine. In his spare time he enjoys running, hiking and the great outdoors.
Veterinary Technologists (or "Vet Techs") provide front-line care for veterinary patients under the supervision of veterinarians. They have achieved a two year diploma in Veterinary Technology. After completing this program, they write the Veterinary Technician National Examination in order to become a Registered Veterinary Technologist (RVT). In order to keep this title, RVTs must complete a certain amount of continuing education every year. All of the Vet Techs at TPPC hold the 'RVT' title. Vet Techs assume many of the technical duties and care of patients including, but not limited to: 

Assisting veterinarians during procedures
Phlebotomy and intravenous catheter placement
Performing diagnostic tests such as radiographs, urinalysis, fecal exams and blood tests
Conducting dental cleanings, dental radiographs and charting
Preparing animals for surgery, inducing anesthesia, monitoring surgical patients and post-anesthetic recovery
Providing nursing care for hospitalized patients and documenting medical charts
Dispensing prescription medications under the direction of a veterinarian
Educating pet owners on many aspects of animal care and welfare

Dr. Anita Yee, DVM

Dr. Yee received a Bachelor of Agroecology from UBC and graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Saskatchewan in 2013. Dr. Yee grew up in BC but had been practicing emergency medicine in Michigan. She returned to BC in 2016 and joined the TPPC team. She has a special interest in dog behavior and training. In her spare time Dr. Yee enjoys doing agility and disc dog competitions with her dogs "Nimble", a Border Collie and "Flint", a Spaniel mix and "Nana" a Maremma Sheepdog, and spending time with her husband on her growing hobby farm.

​Heather joined the team in 2017. She brings with her over 20 years of experience in veterinary clinics throughout the Lower Mainland. Heather has a Collie mix named "Linkin" whose mother she rescued while pregnant. She also has a cat, "Mitzi". Heather enjoys hiking, fishing, and traveling.

​Alex joined the TPPC team in 2017. She is a graduate of the Veterinary Office Assistant course at Douglas College. Alex previously worked at canine boarding kennels. She has two dogs, "Wrigley", a 'Heinz 57' mix and "Fenway" a Boxer mix. In her free time Alex enjoys hiking with her dogs.

Jamie joined the team in 2017. Jamie assists the doctors and technicians with animal care while helping to keep the clinic shiny and clean! She has two cats, "Toby" and "Luna" and enjoys travelling in her spare time.

Edna joined the team in 2017. She was found out on the street with a severe ear infection which has permanently damaged her ear drums and given her a head tilt. She also suffers from arthritis. Between being a bit sore and topsy-turvy, getting around isn't easy for Edna. She can most often be found snoozing, although she does her "rounds" through the treatment area several times daily. Edna's tolerance is approximately 2 pats at a time before she clumsily tells you "that's enough!" If you happen to see her out and about, she'll 'politely' remind you of her limit.