Head Veterinary Receptionist

Originally from Australia, Libby has called Canada home since 2019.
Prior to working in the veterinary industry, Libby worked in administrative roles and as a Wedding Planner on an Island near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Libby started out in a small animal clinic in Squamish and joined the Tanglefoot team in Cranbrook in February of 2022.
Libby and her partner rescued their pup Maya from Mexico in 2021 – Libby has a big soft spot for black dogs!


Veterinary Receptionist

Grace has lived in Canada for most of her life but was originally from Washington, USA.
She started out working as an Optometric Assistant and then transitioned into the veterinary industry after completing a Veterinary Medical Receptionist program through Olds College in June 2022. She plans to continue her education and further her career in the veterinary & equine industry.
Grace and her partner have two cats and plan to add a puppy in the near future. She loves dogs and has a huge passion for horses.


Veterinary Receptionist

Carol moved from Ottawa to Cranbrook at the age of 5 and has called the Kootenay’s home ever since!
Previously working in local pet stores, Carol joined the Tanglefoot team in 2020.
She is a devoted dog mum to her beautiful golden retriever, Charlie. Carol and her family also own a conure and a few fish!


Veterinary Receptionist

Elizabeth was born in Calgary and moved to Cranbrook at the age of 14.
She came from a background as a health care assistant in human medicine and joined the Tanglefoot team in October of 2022.
A lover of dachshunds, Elizabeth is the proud mum to one – Venus!
Elizabeth and her partner also adopted a new dog in her first week at Tanglefoot. The loveable english setter, Neptune.

Steve the cat

Steve is our welcoming committee.  He joined the team back in November 2013 when he was already 2 years old.  He was adopted from the local SPCA.  Steve loves everybody and very much enjoys when clients pet him and if you have treats you have a friend for life.  In between naps he loves to hunt crickets, play hide and seek, step outside to enjoy the sun, or just relax with some cat yoga (you need to see it to believe it)