Name: Dr. Sharma
Dr. Anil Sharma, who is a licensed, experienced Kamloops veterinarian.
Dr. Sharma and our entire staff are committed to educating our clients in how to keep your pets healthy year round by providing good nutrition and adequate exercise. Our staff stays on top of the latest advances in veterinarian technology and medicine and, above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care, whether they are visiting us for a check-up, procedure or for surgery.
Name: Dr. Joshi
Dr.Joshi joined Tranquille Road Animal Hospital in December 2018 and has been sharing his passion and love for animals with us.
Hi! My name is Samantha but you might hear me introduce myself as Sam around the clinic. I love working at Tranquille Road Animal Hospital as I have always been a huge animal lover. One day I hope to own a big piece of land to rescue animals of all kinds and provide them with a safe home.
My job is very rewarding as I love helping animals in any way I can. I look forward to meeting your furry friends!
My pets: 4 dogs; Bam & Lexiee (the littles) and Koda & Maddie (the bigs)
I am a “crazy dog lady” hahaha! I rescue dogs. I have fostered close to 100 dogs in my own home. I love HELPING animals. What better way to help even more animals by working at the clinic. I know we cant save them all but I will help every single one that walks through our doors like they are mine. That I promise.
My name is Emily Cox. I am the manager of the clinic.
I’ve always had a passion for animals since I was young. I’ve always had all sorts of animals.
I’ve been working in the veterinary world since 2008 and joined Dr Sharma in 2015. I love every minute of it. Its a job that is very rewarding and everyday I learn something new!
In my spare time I like to help out with a doggy rescue and go on transports with Jaime to rescue doggies. Both my dogs Nacho (chihuahua) and Truff (who knows) are both rescues that I have nursed back to health and ended up adopting. I recently had a daughter so I am enjoying finally looking after a 2 legged baby instead of the usual 4 legged kind.