Jenna Tibert

Vet Assistant/ Client Care Specialist

Jenna graduated from Maritime Business College in 2012 gaining a diploma with honours in Veterinary Assisting. She has gained vast knowledge from her time in the industry with outpatient assisting and customer care. She has always had a great interest in animal nutrition and has had had the opportunity to gain knowledge through veterinary supported food companies such as Royal Canin and Hill's.

She joined our team in 2017 because of her interest in the alternative therapies that we provide to our patients and clients, something very different from what she was used to. You can find her assisting with many of Dr. Bishop’s consultations, whether it’s providing comfort to an anxious dog during their exam, aiding our Registered Technicians with lab work and treatments, or reviewing medications and medical instructions with clients at the end of their consult.

“I have enjoyed learning about alternative pain management such as chiropractic therapy, acupuncture and hydrotherapy. I also enjoy continuing to learn about nutrition as a whole and how you can successfully feed diets other than kibble.

On my days off I enjoy long walks on the beach with my doggies and have recently gotten my yoga teacher certification. I hope to always stay in the animal care field, and continue to work towards making this world a better place for pets to live happy and healthy!”

We have been taking both our dog and cat to Full Circle Vet for about four years and have been…

Sarah Hopkins

These vets have a genuine love for all pets! They are committed to my big boy's health and are offering…

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These vets came highly recommended to me by another vet... unfortunately due to my own life circumstances I did not…

Christa Bedwin

Top notch care for your fur Babys

J Moss

Extremely professional. I will only bring my pets here because the care they receive is second to none!

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