Our mission is to come to work everyday to care for pets as though they were our own and deliver the standard of care to clients that we would hope to receive ourselves. Animals are capable of providing our families with a wonderful and unique form of companionship. At Whitemud Crossing, we are all about keeping pets happy and healthy in recognition of the important role they play in our lives. Striving each day to help keep the fundamental values of “family medicine” prevalent in the veterinary profession.
We value fostering a welcoming environment for all clients and pets. Our medical facility is a fully equipped veterinary hospital, certified by the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. We are equipped with a full laboratory, digital X-rays (including dental), surgical suite, pharmacy and prescription food.
If you have any questions, call (780) 756-5070 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Edmonton veterinarian office is very easy to get to and there is ample parking.
Edmonton Veterinarian | Whitemud Crossing Animal Hospital | (780) 756-5070
110 4211 106 St. NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6J 6L7
Email us: [email protected]
Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Jenver , also known as JV to friends and family, made the transition from human medical care to the world of animal care. Moved to Fort McMurray, Alberta, in 2010, after high school he spent three years working as a pharmacy clerk, establishing his foundation in the medical field. In 2021, he enrolled in the Practical Nursing program at Keyano College, but his heart eventually led him to his true passion - caring for animals. Jenver moved to Edmonton in 2022 on his own and graduated with honours from NAIT's VMA Program in 2023, officially joining the WCAH after a successful practicum in May. When he's not at the clinic, Jenver enjoys playing video games, taking long naps, and staying active with his beloved Pomeranian mix, Rambo. He's not only dedicated to his work but also to supporting his favorite NBA team, the Los Angeles Lakers. With aspirations to further his career, Jenver hopes to gain valuable experience and transition into the RVT program
Missy joined our team after struggling to find her fur-ever home as a rescue kitten over 7 years ago. She has since become an integral part of our hospital with her quirky feline personality. Missy is always willing to clean up treats left behind from patients and loves to assist in folding freshly dried towels. As a hyperthyroid cat with kidney disease she personally ensures our team is delivering a high standard of care to cats with those conditions. Missy keeps our team smiling throughout the day and reminds us to take a minute to enjoy the simple things, such as a cardboard box in the sunshine.
Grace is currently a third-year student within the Faculty of Science and is studying at the University of Alberta. From a young age she has always had a strong appreciation for animals and enjoys teaching her pets cute tricks. In addition to visiting cat cafes and making new fluffy friends, she likes jamming out on the ukulele, going for runs, and learning Japanese.
Brianna grew up in Edmonton and has had a passion for animals for as long as she can remember. This led her to pursue a career in animal medicine. She started her journey at Whitemud Crossing Animal Hospital as a volunteer while completing her BSc in Animal Health and graduated in 2018. After taking a year off she decided to return to school and complete NAITs Animal Health Technologist course in 2021 and become an RVT. She is very excited to have now returned to WCAH! In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband at home and taking her husky mix Scout to the dog park.
Dr. Lisanne grew up in Edmonton and completed a degree in Animal Biology at the University of Alberta before heading off to Australia to do her veterinary degree. Lisanne graduated with Honours in Veterinary Science from the University of Melbourne in 2012 and has been working in small animal clinics in Melbourne and Sydney ever since. In 2021 she decided it was time to move home to Edmonton which is when she joined the Whitemud Crossing team. Lisanne has a particular interest in small animal medicine and is passionate about preventative health and senior care. In her spare time she has a young son, and a French Bulldog named Steve who likes to keep her busy.
Jasmine is a graduate of MacEwan University with her BSC in Biology. Having always been fascinated with nature, and animals in particular, she is always striving to learn new things about them. When working at the clinic, she loves to meet the clients and their fur babies. Jasmine likes to hike, swim, and draw animals in her spare time, when her dogs permit.
My professional mantra is 'People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.' As a veterinarian my role is to ensure the highest quality of veterinary care and client education. I mentor an effective and productive veterinary medical team that advocates for pets, educates clients on all aspects of pet health, ensures a safe and effective hospital environment, and improves both the medical quality and business performance of the hospital.
Saritha Cheriaparambil offers support by managing the day to day business activities of our practice. With over a decade of customer service experience, Saritha is passionate about providing clients with exceptional service.
Dr. Toor joined Whitemud Crossing Animal Hospital in June 2019. Her professional interests include small animal surgery (soft tissue), dentistry and small animal internal medicine. Dr. Toor is a member of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association and the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association. She holds a Bachelor and Masters degree in Veterinary Science from Punjab Agricultural University, India. She worked as an associate small animal veterinarian in Newfoundland for 5 years, before moving to Edmonton. She lives in St. Albert with her husband and 8 yr old son. She enjoys travelling, music, cooking and gardening.
Amy is a long-standing member of the hospital management team. She strives to foster a hospital culture based on high quality patient care, exceptional customer service, teamwork and ongoing learning. Born and raised in Edmonton, Amy graduated with honours from NAIT's VMA program in 2014. She enjoys cooking, camping, traveling, and hiking. She loves spending time training and playing with Thanos, her young & feisty French Shepherd sidekick.
Kathryn grew up in Edmonton and graduated from the UofA with a BSc in Animal Biology in 2011. She then spent 2 years living in Europe and enjoying her passion for traveling while working abroad. After moving back to Edmonton she followed her passion for animal health and completed the Animal Health Technology program at NAIT in 2017. Since working as an RVT in small animal clinics, her interests have started to focus on dental care and nutrition to help provide the best wellness care she can for all pets coming through the clinic. If she’s not working with the patients you’ll find Kathryn taking care of all the equipment and IT functions in the clinic. Growing up around computer savvy family members she has learned her way around all things technology and has naturally started to manage that side of the clinic. When not at work you’ll find Kathryn spending time with her partner and growing family. She has a young son at home and since starting at Whitemud Crossing has added a mixed breed rescue pup, Balin, and a special rescue cat with prosthetic legs, Legolas, to the family. She loves to go backpacking in the mountains with her family, singing at the top of her lungs and reading at home
Kristine graduated with a BSc in Animal Health from the University of Alberta in 2017. She has always been compassionate towards animals, but also enjoys travelling, camping, and a good game of tennis or golf. After working at our clinic for a couple of years as a veterinary assistant, she has deepened her passion for medicine and will be working with a new species in the future - humans! She has recently moved back to her hometown of Medicine Hat, AB to complete a BSc in Nursing. However, she still works remotely for the clinic and you may occasionally interact with her via email or phone. She misses working with all your furry friends, but is still happy to be a part of the WCAH team.
Cassidy graduated with a BSc in Animal Health from the University of Alberta in 2018 and in 2021 she completed the Animal Health Technology program at NAIT finishing both programs with honours. Cassidy grew up surrounded by pets of all shapes and sizes and loved spending as much time as possible on her family’s acreage. This stirred Cassidy’s passion for nature and inspired her to pursue a career in the animal health field. At work Cassidy loves interacting with animals every day and meeting others who share her love for furry critters. As our Practice Manager, Cassidy is also always looking for ways to better our practice and the standard of care we deliver to patients. Outside of work she keeps busy outdoors trying to keep up with her golden retriever Paisley who is always ready for the next adventure.
Kerra is currently in her second year studying at the University of Alberta in the Animal Health Program. Since she was little, she was always surrounded by animals which sparked her love and passion for their health. Kerra loves meeting and interacting with your furry friends but when she is not, she keeps busy by hiking, hanging with friends, or spending time with her horse or dog.
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