_Photography-_Twin_Rivers_Animal_Hospital_BC_(42_of_234)Dr Hardeep Kataria graduated in 1999 form PAU, Ludhiana, India one of the most prestigious university in India. Then he got his Masters in Veterinary Pathology. After completing his Masters he worked in the University as research associate and the he joined the position of Assistant Professor in veterinary medicine and he worked for eight years as assistant professor. Dr. Kataria moved to Canada in 2011 and he went through Education Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduate and got the license to practice veterinary medicine in Canada. Before setting up his own clinic in July 2013 in Kamloops he worked in Vancouver and lower mainland. In July 2013 Dr. Kataria established his own small animal clinic in Kamloops. Dr. Kataria loves this area and community a lot. He is very affectionate to the animals and strives to provide the high quality care to his clients and the patients. Since 2013 we achieved great success with support of the community. Dr. Kataria is concentrating on canine and feline medicine and surgeries. All the staff members at Twin Rivers Animal Hospital are qualified, trained and animal lovers. They treat your pets as their own family members.

What we do: We do all sorts of medicine and surgery cases. To list some of them, we do spay, neuter, soft tissue surgeries, all kind of medicine cases and preventive medicine, vaccination, and deworming.

In-clinic diagnostic: We have an in-clinic laboratory for quick and efficient results. We are using Idexx diagnostic lasercyte for CBC and Catalyst 1 for chemistry screens which are very advanced machines to give quick and reliable results. We have an in-clinic digital x-ray machine which gives us quick and better results.

Orthopedic and advanced surgical procedure: We also do in-clinic orthopedic and advanced surgical procedures. These procedures are done by the board certified veterinary surgeon Dr. Bhandal, who is our visiting surgeon. Services offered by him are Anterior Cruciate Ligament repair by TPLO technique, bone plating for complicated fracture repairs and soft tissue surgeries like removal of cancerous tissue.

Our rescue program and spay and neuter for the cause of rescue: For the welfare of society and the welfare of the neglected animals in need of veterinary care, we support rescue groups. Some of them are Pawprints cat rescue, Pommy country dog rescue, and Kamloops Humane Society.

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Shelbi graduated the tech program in Fairview, Alberta in the Spring of 2016. She moved to Kamloops and came to Twin Rivers in November. She lives at home with her hedgehog, Jorge, and her sister. Shelbi enjoys spending lots of time outside and with any animals her friends will let her borrow. She enjoys working with all types of animals and previously worked with large animals for 4 years.

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Sofya graduated her Animal Care program at Sheridan College in 2011. She has been at Twin Rivers ANIMAL HOSPITAL for the last 3 years. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter in her off time. She will be taking some time off in April to prepare to welcome the newest addition to her family! She enjoys rock climbing with her husband and horseback riding.

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Chloe grew up on a farm in Little Fort, BC where she had experience raising and handling all sorts of animals, large and small. She moved to Kamloops in 2014 after graduating secondary school in Barriere, BC. and continued to work with animals by volunteering at Twin Rivers Animal Hospital on her days off. Eventually she took a full time positions at the practice where she is able to pursue her passion of caring for animals. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with her dog and spending time with friends and family.

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Hanna grew up living and working with animals; everything from young kittens to wild birds and has had a love for animals her whole life. She moved to Kamloops in 2015 to prepare for the vet tech Program at Thompson Rivers University and ended up with the Twin rivers family in August 2016. When not at the clinic she can be found reading in excess and socialising her foster kittens.