Veterinary Assistants

Megan A.

Veterinary Assistant

Megan started working at MVC in October 2019. She was born and raised in Prince George. After highschool, she graduated from Sprott Shaw college’s VOA program in September 2019. She has always been an animal lover and is most passionate about animal welfare of all species. Her favourite thing about working with animals is that every day is different and there is always an opportunity to help those in need.

Megan lives with 2 sweet rescue kitties named Buzz and Jägermeister.

Holly J.

Veterinary Assistant

Holly Janssen is a dedicated Veterinary Technician at Murdoch Veterinary Clinic, where she has been an integral part of the team since joining in 2022. Originally from Ontario, Holly’s journey in animal care began when she graduated with honors in Veterinary Assistance in 2015. Her career took her across Canada, working in various veterinary hospitals, honing her skills and commitment to animal welfare.

Driven by a profound sense of compassion for animals, Holly found her calling early on, sparked by a high school co-op experience that ignited her passion for animal care. Her unwavering dedication led her to advocate for animal rights and contribute to conservation efforts. For Holly, the best part of working with animals is the ability to translate her deep empathy into meaningful actions, ensuring their well-being through hands-on care and passionate advocacy.

Megan M.

Veterinary Assistant

Megan graduated from the PSO in 100 Mile House and moved to Alberta after graduating. She lived there for 5 years where she worked at 2 different vet clinics, one being a 24 hour emergency clinic, then moved back to BC to Prince George after getting a job at Murdoch vet clinic!

Megan has always had a passion for animals and started volunteering at a vet clinic in 2015 and shortly after was offered a job and has been working in the vet industry ever since! She loves her job and the experience she is gaining while doing it.  She loves and enjoys the challenges each day brings!

Megan knew at a very young age she wanted to work with animals and even as a young child  she was constantly bringing home stray or sick animals. Once she started volunteering at a vet clinic, Megan knew she wanted to work with and help animals in this way!

Megan has an amazing family, Dad and 4 sisters! Megan and her 2 younger sisters were born and raised in 100 Mile House where she went to school with her boyfriend. After the 2 graduated they moved to AB!

During her free time Megan enjoys being outdoors and loves spending time at the lake. She and her fiancé now live in PG and have a Pit Bull mix named Bentley , 2 cats Mimi and Remi and some chickens! They enjoy camping, exploring new lakes in the area or any outdoor activities they can do with their dog!

Cheyenne R.

Kennel Attendant

Growing up in Prince George, Cheyenne developed a passion for animals early on. In her role at Murdoch Veterinary Clinic, she embraces the unique challenges each day brings, relishing the opportunity to work with animals and like-minded individuals who share her love and compassion for creatures of all kinds. Her favorite aspect of the job is the constant surprises each animal presents, highlighting the need for adaptability and creativity in her approach to effective care.

Outside of work, Cheyenne enjoys a fulfilling life with her two energetic boxers, Lily and Aurora. Together, they embark on walks and adventures throughout town. In her spare time, Cheyenne finds solace in camping, kayaking, paddleboarding (often with Lily), spending quality time with family, enjoying the lake, and basking in the sun.

Amena V.

Veterinary Assistant

Bio Coming Soon!

Aspen C.

Kennel Attendant

Originally from Vanderhoof BC, Aspen started at Murdoch in November 2022 after moving to Prince George to attend UNBC for her English degree and to be closer to the equestrian community here.

Having previously worked in veterinary care in Vanderhoof, Aspen got into this field because she was curious to see how veterinary practices functioned and wanted to further her knowledge and experience with animals. Her favourite part of working with animals is probably experiencing all of their different and unique personalities. Animals are so expressive, no two are the same!

Aspen knew she was in the right profession every time a pet and client go home healthier or happier than when they came in 🙂

Having grown up on a farm with many horses, dogs, and cats, Aspen also trains and rides horses outside of work for pleasure and competition.


Kennel Attendant

Indy grew up in Prince George and graduated from Prince George Secondary School in the spring of 2023. She has a passion for animals and plans to attend Vet Tech school in the fall of 2023. Indy has always been interested in the hustle and bustle of a clinic and has a love for animals. She has four dogs and has been riding horses for most of her life.

Md Ferdous A.

Kennel Attendant

Originally from Bangladesh, Ferdous immigrated to Prince George, Canada, bringing with him a wealth of experience and a degree in veterinary medicine. His journey in the veterinary field began after graduation when he joined the Bangladesh military, gaining practical knowledge in animal care.

Ferdous’s love for animals traces back to his roots—a childhood spent in a family with a small farm in a rural Bangladeshi village. His initial experiences working on a dairy farm and training dogs solidified his passion for animal welfare. What he cherishes most about his work is the connection he forges with each animal under his care, a sentiment rooted in his upbringing surrounded by nature and animals.

Beyond the clinic, Ferdous finds joy in his family life with two daughters and a beloved wife. His hobbies encompass the wonders of travel and the tranquility of gardening.

The office cat, a orange, black and white calico named Squirrel

Squirrel M.

Supervisor, Security

Squirrel came to Murdoch Vet clinic in May 2010 with a broken leg. She can be found sleeping on the treatment desk, treatment table, various chairs…. basically any horizontal surface! But don’t let her apparent sleepy personality fool you she stalks the staff in the hall, grabbing a leg as they walk by. She has a favorite ‘baby’ toy which she yowls and screams at… but only if she thinks no one is looking. One of her favorite past times is to use Dr. Murdochs office plant as a litter box!