Even as a young child, Dr. Audrey Remedios always wanted to become a veterinarian. After earning her veterinary degree, she went on to complete a surgical residency and the Master of Veterinary Science program at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM). She joined the faculty of WCVM and successfully passed the examinations to become a board-certified surgery specialist in both large and small animals as designated by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS).
After nine years, Dr. Remedios moved to Calgary and established Western Veterinary Specialist Centre. She started and developed the small animal surgery program in the newly established University of Calgary School of Veterinary Medicine and taught there for five years. She continues to teach surgery and orthopedic seminars to many veterinarians to enhance their ongoing skills. In 2020, Dr. Remedios became an ACVS Founding Fellow in Minimally Invasive Surgery (Small Animal Soft Tissue).
We are fortunate that Dr. Remedios now chooses to call Vancouver Island home. When she is not busy with her own rambunctious pack of four canine friends (two huskies and two pugs!), Dr. Remedios is dedicated to providing top-notch surgical care for Island pets.