Jody grew up on a cow-calf operation in the small farming community of Fisher Branch, Manitoba. As a youth, she was an active member in the local 4-H Club. When she completed 4-H, she was selected as a 4-H Ambassador. In 2002, Jody participated in the W. Garfield Weston Foundation 4-H UK Exchange, where she traveled to the rural United Kingdom to experience agriculture and resources abroad. While attending the University of Manitoba, Jody studied Agriculture and competed in varsity Track and Field. She went on to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002, where she graduated, with distinction, with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. After graduation, Jody was an Associate Veterinarian in a mixed animal practice for 4 years. In 2010, Jody decided the time was right to begin her own mobile large animal practice; which has grown into a full service, mixed animal practice. Jody is an avid hockey player, golfer and rides her motorcycle to work during the non-snow seasons! She shares her home with her Standard Poodle, Tam.
Hannah grew up in the small town of Cawston, BC on a hobby farm with her parents and three younger sisters. She rode horses with her sisters and spent many hours swimming and fishing in the Similkameen River. Hannah enjoyed playing a variety of sports, many outdoor activities and volunteering around her community. After graduating high school, she attended Alcorn State University in Mississippi, where she played 4 years of Division 1 softball on scholarship and completed her Bachelor of Science in Biology. Hannah attended the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, graduating in the Class of 2021.
Business Manager/Veterinary Assistant: Marilyn joined GMVS in 2010, providing support on the business side, for Dr. Green. In 2012, she formally began duties at the practice. She also can be found on board the clinic truck as needed. Marilyn has two sons, a grandson and 2 granddaughters. She lives with her Standard Poodle, Clover and her husband, Kelly. She enjoys playing hockey, running, golf and reading.
Georgia is our part time, Veterinary Clinic Assistant. She plans to pursue veterinary medicine in the future and is currently enrolled in RVT Distance Learning Program at TRU.
Certified Veterinary Technician:
Catharine is an avid animal advocate, lives rurally with an assortment of critters and her human family as well. She brings a strong sense of community and a flair for clean living.
Lead CSR/Veterinary Assistant:
Britta is often your first contact when contacting our clinic. Many may also recognize her from her animal rescue work in our community. Britta lives on the family farm with her partner and currently has dogs, sheep, horses and chickens...and possibly other critters we know nothing about!
Amanda has a background in farming, animal welfare
and future plans to expand on her education in veterinary medicine.
Her kind, gentle mannerisms are key to our Fear Free philosophy.
Dayna was born and raised here in Prince George and grew up with her parents and older sister on the family hobby farm. She is now living with her husband on a farm of their own. During her spare time, she enjoys riding her horses, dirt bikes and snowmobiling.
This is Clover! She's part of the Client Services Team aka Clinic Poodles. :)
Tam is the newest addition to the GMVS Client Services Team! #silverpoodle
Temperatures as high as 40.5 to 41.7 C(105 to 107 F), rapid breathing, rapid pulse, stumbling, weakness, depression; refusal to eat or work, dry skin and dehydration. In severe cases, a horse may collapse or go into convulsions or a coma.