We have a wonderful, tight-knit team of dedicated professionals whose primary goal is to treat our patients as our own family members and provide them with excellent care. Our key values are honesty, integrity, respect and quality. Thank you for taking the time to get to know us.
Dr. Harpal Mann
VETERINARIAN, BVSc. MVSc.
Dr. Mann chose this profession because he has always had a soft side for animals, and wanted to be able to do as much as possible to help and care for them. In his words “animals give us so much, we are obliged to return to them, at least a part of it”. Dr. Mann’s compassion and care for animals is what has earned him his reputation and trust in the community. Dr. Mann has been practicing Veterinary Medicine for 34 years. Dr. Mann graduated with a B.V.Sc and A.H. degree in 1987 from Punjab Agricultural University. He went on to pursue his Masters degree specializing in veterinary internal medicine. Dr. Mann started off his career working as a mixed large & small animal veterinarian and realized that he had a particular interest in small animal internal medicine and physiotherapy. Dr. Mann moved to Canada with his family in the year 2000 and quickly completed the rigorous veterinary examination process to obtain his license to practice veterinary medicine in Canada and the United States. He passed his Clinical Proficiency Examination at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon. Subsequently, he was awarded his Certificate of Qualification by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. Owing to his interest in physiotherapy, Dr. Mann went on to complete his certification “CCRP – Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner” and is now seeing patients for rehabilitation therapy as well.
Dr. Mann established Menzies Pet Hospital in 2004 and has been serving the community of Chilliwack since then. His mission is to always prioritize the well-being of his patients and show compassion for his clients. Outside of work, Dr. Mann enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He loves to travel whenever he can, and has an interest in physical fitness activities. Among his favourite activities are playing volleyball and hiking. Dr. Mann loves coming home to his beloved westie, Romeo who he adopted in 2006 and is the most spoiled member of his family.
Dr. Mann is proud to provide discounted and pro-bono services to a variety of rescue societies and stray, homeless or abandoned animals. He travels to under-privileged countries for volunteer work, where he can donate his time and skills for the advancement of animal welfare. Dr. Mann also loves mentoring new graduate veterinarians as well as veterinary technicians, and his door is always open for anyone willing to learn and serve for the cause of animal welfare.
Dr. Ramneet Kaur
VETERINARIAN, BVSc. MVSc.
Growing up, Dr. Kaur remembers having a strong interest and passion for animals and wildlife. Dr. Kaur feels very blessed to have been given the opportunity to pursue and achieve her dreams in treating and caring for animals. Although Dr. Kaur also enjoys large animal medicine, she especially loves her job as a small-animal veterinarian. She moved to Chilliwack in 2019 and loves the tight-knit, small community with all of the beauty the valley has to offer. Dr. Kaur strives to provide trusted care and be the family doctor for the pets in her community. She is committed to a stress-free approach to veterinary medicine which helps alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in her patients when receiving medical attention. Aside from work, she enjoys sports specifically Basketball, Badminton as well as Track & Field.
Kim relocated to Chilliwack and joined the Menzies team in 2019. She brings with her over 17 years of experience in the veterinary field. She has also done volunteer work in Mexico, helping to spay, neuter and rescue animals in less fortunate parts of the world. Kim lives in the beautiful community of Rosedale with her very understanding hubby, her four adopted dogs and 3 adopted cats.
Hello, I am Ana! Since an early age, I have been very empathetic to animals. I have a veterinary degree and M.Sc. from the University of Antioquia and have worked in animal research since 2005. My research included topics such as the incidence of Brucella canis in puppy mills, bovine in-vitro fertilization, sustainable dairy production, and integrated parasite management. I also spent 3 years teaching at my home university in Colombia. In 2016, I moved to Agassiz B.C. to work on research at the UBC Dairy Research and Education Center. I began working at Menzies Pet Hospital in 2019 and I am currently working towards my veterinary board exams in Canada. When taking care of my patients, my approach is compassionate and evidence based. Outside of work, I am a proud mom of a lovely boy named Isaac and two adorable cats, Puss and Boots. I enjoy spending time with my family, walks during the sunset, the stunning views of the valley, experimenting with plant-based recipes, and the wonder of science.
Hello, I am Casey! For as long as I can remember, I have always loved animals. I have volunteered at animal shelters and non-profit organizations such as O.W.L Orphaned Wildlife and Greyhaven. I am finishing up my Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology and will eventually be applying to veterinary school. One day, I would love to start a non-profit organization to help stray and injured animals. In my free time, I love to play sports such as ringette and softball. I also love to spend time with my dogs Finnegan and Deanna. I am also a proud parent to multiple fish and 2 mice!
Hello, I am Sarah! Animals have been my passion my entire life and I’ve always known that I had to help them in some way. Growing up, I would always rescue any abandoned or wounded creatures I came across, which lead me to wanting a career working with animals. I completed the Veterinary Administrative Assistant program in 2016 and have worked at Menzies Pet Hospital ever since then. When I’m not at work, I like to be outdoors or cozy at home in my pajamas, relaxing with my boyfriend and my two cats, or spending time with my parents and all of their many pets.
Hello, I am Paige! Ever since I was little, I have had a passion for animals and knew that one day, my career would involve working in animal care at a vet clinic. I love working at Menzies Pet Hospital and alongside my work, I am currently studying online with Thompson Rivers University to become a certified Veterinarian Technician. During my spare time, I enjoy volunteering at a local animal shelter, training my Australian Shepherd Zoey, and riding my horse Wicka.
Hello, I am Ashi! I decided that I wanted to go into the veterinary field when I was around 7 years old. I saw animals in need of care, displaced, wounded, exploited, neglected and knew that I wanted to help. This is a very emotional and challenging field but ultimately worth every minute because of our patients. I may not be able to change the whole world, but as long as I can help the life of even one being, it is a huge accomplishment. Growing up, I had birds and dogs and now I have cats. When I am not at work, I love playing with my cats, Onyx and Ollie. They’re only a year old and the highlight of every day (even when they wake me up at 5 am). I also enjoy reading fiction, writing, drawing, binge-watching Netflix, and dancing to anything and everything. My favourite ways to relax are tea and naps.
Hello, I am Andrea! I was born and raised in Abbotsford, BC. I have always had a strong passion for animals and their well-being. This led me to pursue my education as a Veterinary Assistant and I graduated from the program in 2020 from Sprott Shaw College. I have loved working at Menzies Pet Hospital ever since then. When I am not at work, I am at home spending time with my dog, Kia. I also enjoy spending time with my family and friends as well as hiking around the beautiful trails of BC.
Hello, I am Alex! Growing up, I always had a special place in my heart for animals. I have always wanted to help any stray or injured animals I ever come across. I have completed my Veterinary Assistant Certificate from Sprott Shaw College so that I can start assisting in the medical care of injured/hurt animals in a professional setting. I have two cats of my own – Lucky and Ash. When I am not at work, you’ll find me exploring beautiful BC and all the wonderful hiking trails it has to offer.
Hello, I am Vanessa! I grew up surrounded by animals and always knew that my passion was pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. I am currently a student at the University of the Fraser Valley in the Bachelor’s of Science program with a major in Biology. I am studying the pre-requisites for vet school to work towards my goal of becoming a veterinarian. When I am not at the clinic, or studying, I am busy raiding Holland Lop bunnies or working on my family’s dairy farm. Also, in my free time, I enjoy playing basketball, singing and playing the guitar and piano. My favourite pets are my labrador Sam, my cat Steve and my bunnies Peppa and Peach.
Hello, I am Teresa! I was born and raised in Chilliwack BC and I have always had many pets from horses to hamsters. I have always had a weakness of adopting animals, especially the ones that were waiting too long for a family, such as my chihuahuas. What I love most about my job is being able to help animals and seeing them go home happy and healthy. I love when I get to see the smiles on pet parents’ faces when they get their pet back. It is the best feeling in the world. My favorite thing about Menzies is the great staff and the amazing patients we get to take care of and help heal.
Hello, I am Sandra! Growing up, I always felt that I would love working in a veterinary office, and it turned out to be so true! Being a part of the team here gives me the opportunity to learn while working with others who share my passion for pets and the care they require. Dedication to pets is key, considering my family currently includes two Green Cheek Conures – birds with a life expectations of up to 30+ years.