Dr. Lianne Hawkes graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 and started working at the Pembina Veterinary Hospital in 2006. She completed a course to become a certified Veterinary Acupuncturist in 2014 through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. She is also a member of the College of Animal Chiropractor Society after completing her certification in 2017. In addition, Dr. Hawkes is also trained in endoscopy. She shares her home with her husband, two children, and their dog Fozzie.
Dr. Erika Anseeuw graduated from the Atlantic Veterinary College in 1997. She moved to Manitoba after graduation specifically for the outdoor opportunities as she is an avid outdoors person. We were very excited when she joined our team at Pembina Veterinary Hospital in the spring of 2018. Dr. Anseeuw has a keen interest in small animal surgery, reproduction and behaviour. She gained extensive experience in many types of surgery due to working for the Winnipeg Humane Society for many years. In her spare time she likes crafting, fishing and picking mushrooms in the woods. She lives with her teenage son and her two dogs, Cedar & Gunny, and her cat named Piplip.
Dr. Paul Holland graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2014 and after working for 5 years in the Greater Toronto area, he moved westward to settle in Winnipeg where he started with Pembina Veterinary Hospital in March of 2020. He is most interested in Internal Medicine but enjoys all aspects of providing assistance to pet parents as a general practitioner. If not at the clinic he is probably relaxing at home with his coresident felines Kimchi and Phoebe. Otherwise, he may be out discovering his next favourite place to eat or exploring the outdoors with his partner and their whippet named Atlas.
Sylvia Navratil graduated from St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario in 1983 with her diploma in Animal Health Technology and started with the Pembina Veterinary Hospital shortly thereafter. She has a dog named Forrest, a cat named Hunter and a parrot named Flipper.
Tanya Bewski graduated from the Animal Health Technology program at Red River College in 1995. She started with the Pembina Veterinary Hospital in 2014. She shares her home with her husband Dylan, sons Brayden and Nathan, dogs Ziggy and Mistletoe, and cats Jorja, Paul and P.J. Tanya enjoys everything about summer and being outside. She also enjoys movies with her family.
Vivian Campos graduated from the Veterinary Office Assistant program at Roberson College in 2017 and started at the Pembina Veterinary Hospital shortly after. She has a daughter who loves to salsa dance and two dogs, Aries and Ricky. Vivian enjoys spending time with her family and friends as well as everything about summer.
Kim Webster started at the Pembina Veterinary Hospital back in 1982. She did two years of Animal Sciences at the University of Manitoba. She lives with her fiancé, Tim; and their three cats, Charm, Karma and Sherlock. Kim also has some work pets that consist of two guinea pigs and a lovebird as well as a miniature pig named Jolene and a horse that are boarded on the farm. Kim loves country music and a plethora of outdoor activities.
Richelle Grantham started at the Pembina Veterinary Hospital in 2004 after graduating from Red River College Animal Health Technology in 2000. She has the HR Management certificate from Red River College and completed her Primary Care Paramedic course in 2006. She has a full house with her husband and four children, their dog Crusher and their cat Blaze. Richelle likes spending time with her family and friends, golfing and at the lake.
Lil’ Bit is the newest member of the Pembina Veterinary Hospital family as of 2017. She was brought in as a stray but quickly won everyone over with her sweet personality and was put into our adoption program. Once again, her personality showed everyone how she could easily fit into our clinic and she joined Mandy as the resident trouble makers.