Dre Julie Brunette, DMV
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Julie graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in St-Hyacinthe in 2014. During her studies, she was very actively involved in the Refuge de la Faculté, both for the adoption of abandoned animals and for the sterilization of stray cats. She practices medicine based on animal welfare and candor towards clients. She loves new challenges and Shelter Medicine is a wonderful fit!
Dre Debra Tacium, DMV
Debbie is originally from Manitoba but has been living in the Estrie region for over 25 years. With experience in medicine and surgery for large and small animals, she became co-owner of the CVPAE in 2011. In addition to her work in the clinic, Debbie has published articles on animal welfare and the history of veterinary medicine. She also participates with the Eastern Townships SPA in special operations such as the rescue and assistance services provided to animals and their guardians during the Lac Mégantic tragedy in 2013. She obtained her DMV degree from the Université de Montréal in 2000.
Dre Stéphanie Boisclair, DMV
Stéphanie graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in St-Hyacinthe in 2014. She decided to come and work at the clinic since fall 2020 because she has a strong interest for refuge medicine. In addition to her love for cats and dogs, she will gladly take care of your exotics animals. From feathers to scales, without forgetting of course all other small mammals, she is always there for you and your little ones. She is also passionate about gardening and wildlife viewing.