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Dr. Beth Peters

Dr. Beth Peters

Beth grew up in Northern Manitoba and graduated from WCVM in 2005. After ten years at a small animal clinic in southern Saskatchewan, she packed up her family and recently moved to the Edmonton area. Beth shares her home with her husband and two human kids plus an Italian Greyhound named Benny, a guinea pig named Porklyn, and a handsome orange tripod kitty named Georges. In her spare time she enjoys biking, running, practicing sign language and just hanging out with family and friends. Dr. Beth prides herself in being thorough and treating each patient as she would her own fur-kid. She looks forward to meeting you and your feline family members very soon!

Kyla L'Hirondelle

Kyla L’Hirondelle – Animal Health Technologist

Graduated from NAIT in 2012. Enjoys Gym and soccer Kyla has two cats a Siamese mix named Kahlua and a ragdoll mix named Alastor.

Kat Commerford

Kat Commerford – Animal Health Technologist

I graduated in 2006 from NAIT with AHT diploma. . I love to work with cats as they can be so loving and affectionate and sometimes even unpredictable. It helps to keep me on my toes. I believe in giving them the respect they deserve in the clinic and doing so with the least amount of stress possible. I currently live with my 2 cats Meryl , 9 years, and Titten, 6 years. Both only have 3 legs. Meryl was injured as a kitten and Titten was born with an odd defect that made her leg bow and it was painful for her. I was able to be with them for their surgeries and have them recover with me at home. I also have a few other animals at home. Paddy and Neil are my gerbils and my roommate has 3 Rottweilers , Lyric, Tryst and Pan and a Golden Retriever, Gypsy.

Nicole Ethier

Nicole Ethier – Receptionist

Nicole grew up on an acreage in Parkland County. Growing up she was involved in various activities including 4-H where she was in the horse project with her quarterhorse, Freckles. She also has a cat named Snowy and a border collie mix puppy named Sophie. After graduating high school, Nicole attended Lakeland College in Vermillion where she graduated from the Veterinary Medical Assistant program. In Nicole’s spare time she enjoys spending time with her animals, quadding, fishing and golfing. She is very happy working with clients and patients at the Glenora Cat clinic.



Hi. I’m Pete. I’m the glue that holds this clinic together. These ladies love me but know that I still am looking for my furever home. You see, I was blocked when I came here. That means I couldn’t pee. I am feeling so much better now thanks to the great staff here. I have a special diet, a special powder to make me feel better about my surroundings and these ladies keep a close eye on me. Although it does take me time to warm up to people, I am really sweet and think I would do better in a home with no other cats or maybe just one. That being said, currently I get to hang out with George, he is Dr. Peters cat and we have fun, but we do need time-outs from one another sometimes. I think I am pretty purrfect, handsome, charming and awesome. I love catnip, honeysuckle, toys and scratches but only when I ask for them. Feel free to come by and say hello some time.