Dr. Pam Goble graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. She became certified in veterinary acupuncture in 1999, veterinary chiropractic in 2000, and most recently canine rehabilitation in 2015. In addition to this, she has extensive training in a variety of other manual therapies including craniosacral therapy, myofascial release, and visceral manipulation. She has two children - a daughter Lian, and a son, Quinn. The family has two pomeranians (Yoshi and Zoe) and two cats (Luna, and Indiana – a.k.a. Dr. Jones). Dr. Goble feels blessed that she has the best of all worlds: a profession that she enjoys immensely and a family that she loves completely. Dr. Goble enjoys traveling, singing, playing the guitar, and reading.
Dr. Julie King, DVM, Veterinarian
Dr. Julie King graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. She worked in a mixed animal practice for one year, and has worked at several small animal and emergency hospitals in Calgary and Edmonton. She also worked as a locum (relief) veterinarian for a number of years. Her interests include emergency, geriatric, and alternative medicine, and rabbits and “pocket pets”. Dr. King has one daughter, three cats, and two dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, blues music, and spending time with her family, pets and friends.
Dr. Niran Sabanathan, DVM, Veterinarian
Dr. Niran Sabanathan was born in Sri Lanka. The family moved to Zambia, then Toronto and finally to Calgary. Dr. Sabanathan completed a B.Sc. in Zoology in Calgary, then graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. After working for four years in Goose Bay, Labrador, he and his wife, Radha, moved to Edmonton. They have one son, Keshavaran. When he is not working, Dr. Sabanathan loves reading, writing, photography, and hiking.
Dr. Sheri Lund, DVM, Veterinarian
Dr. Sheri Lund graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. After working a year in mixed practice in the Peace River region, she moved to Edmonton. Sheri has two beautiful children named Ronan and Keely, and three furry four-legged pets that help keep them entertained. Sheri’s main interests are in complementary medicine (herbs, acupuncture, osteopathy, and energetic medicine), but she loves being a veterinarian in general! Her spare time is devoted to family (chasing after her son and daughter). Dr. Lund loves being outside surrounded by nature, kayaking, walking, and delving deeper into the world of mind-body medicine.
Dr. Alicia Glasier, DVM, Veterinarian
Dr. Glasier, originally from Edmonton, moved to Dublin, Ireland for four years where she travelled Europe and completed her veterinary degree, graduating in the spring of 2015 from University College of Dublin. She brought back an Irish cat named Squishy and also owns 3 Wire Haired Fox Terriers. Recently, Dr. Glasier has recently become certified in veterinary chiropractic. She grew up training dogs and competing in many dog sports such as agility, flyball, obedience, rally and conformation. Dr. Glasier has also been a member of the national Superdog team for almost 15 years, travelling across Canada performing with her dogs for thousands of people. In her spare time she is kept busy training her dogs and competing in competitions; however, she also loves to go camping, and hiking.
Dr. Carol Kujala, DVM, Retired Veterinarian
Dr. Carol Kujala has officially retired as of May 31, 2017! She graduated from the University of Alberta with a B.Sc. in Zoology in 1969. She graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1974. She spent time in Toronto, Calgary, and Regina, before returning to Edmonton in 1989. Carol and her husband, Don, have two children, both married, and are blessed with four wee granddaughters. Over the past 35 years, their house has been home to an assortment of 20-some cats (a few at a time..!), dogs, a snake, an iguana, a cockatiel, a parrot, a few hamsters, and a trio of turtles. Carol’s interests vary, and include general medicine, birds, and the world of alternative medicine: homeopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic, and osteopathy. Now that Dr. Kujala is retired, she enjoys travel (often to see her children), golf, kayaking, gardening, painting, and restful meditation.