Jackie is an RVT here at the clinic. She grew up on a mixed animal farm near Morinville. In 1998 she graduated from the AHT program at NAIT and came to work at the Onoway Veterinary Clinic in 1999. Her favourite part of working in a mixed animal practice is seeing baby animals, especially calves. She currently lives on a sheep farm with her husband and children. In her free time she enjoys reading and being outside. See Less
Michelle grew up in a military family. She was born in Ontario and spent some time in Germany growing up before landing in Alberta. She attended college in Lethbridge for Communication Arts then headed to Grande Prairie where she became involved with Search and Rescue, obtaining her EMR training and eventually got into a career in oilfield Safety. Michelle moved to Onoway in 2017 with her husband and youngest of 3 children to be closer to family. She joined the Onoway Veterinary team in January of 2019 as receptionist and is thrilled to be working with the various types of animals that come through the clinic. Michelle feels that every day is a new adventure when working in a mixed animal practice such as ours. She has two dogs, Cinder and Sniper, and a cat named Monkey-Jo.
Jessica grew up in Spruce Grove but spent a majority of her time on her grandparents dairy farm near Spruce Grove. She joined the Onoway Vet Clinic in September of 2020 as a ward aid. Jessica plans on pursuing a career that is animal related as she’s always had a love for working with animals. Outside of work she enjoys hiking and spending time with her family and pets. She currently lives in Calahoo with her dogs Dunk & Cash, and her cats Smokey and Bandit.
As the daughter of Dr. Cliplef, Morgan has been around animals inside and outside of the clinic her whole life. She and her family live on a farm, allowing them to have a wide assortment of critters. She enjoys working with all animals, but she especially enjoys exotics. In her spare time, Morgan enjoys being outside, crocheting, and spending time with family. Morgan also spends a lot of time taking care of her pets; including her dog Max (pictured below,) tortoises, chinchillas, gerbils, rabbits, birds, cats, fish, and a guinea pig. In the future, Morgan hopes to become an RVT.
Sarah grew up near Olds, Alberta, having a love for being outside with their farm animals. In 2015, she graduated from the AHT program at Lakeland college, and has been a tech in mixed animal practice ever since. She has a passion for large animals, but is excited to gain experience with exotics. Sarah and her boyfriend Curtis live near Onoway, running their 30 head, cow calf operation. In addition to the cattle, they also have 2 horses, chickens, ducks turkeys, cats, and 2 dogs, named Rambo and Meadow. In her spare time she enjoys working with Girl Guides, her favorite parts of this are taking girls camping and learning more about the outdoors. As well, she likes curling, being outside, cooking, and baking.
Kendelle is from Onoway area and actually graduated from high school here. She always loved working with animals and helped out on many types of large animal farms in the area growing up. Kendelle went to school at Nait and graduated as an Animal Health Technician in 2019 while at the same time working at a dairy milking cows.. She became a Registered Veterinary Technician a few months later and has been working with us since she graduated. She loves that, while working in a mixed animal practice you can go from doing a calving one minute to helping out with small animal surgery the next. She currently lives in St. Albert with her cat Suga and likes skating, going for hikes, and listening to music in her free time.