Dr. Greg Andrews
Dr. Greg Andrews is an Equine Veterinarian who has practiced in the Calgary area for 35 years. Until recently he was the CEO of Moore Equine Veterinary Centre which is the largest equine practice in Canada. He has been the President of the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association, Western Canadian Association of Equine Practitioners as well as involvement with the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association and Equine Canada. Greg has served on the advisory boards of the University of Calgary School of Veterinary Medicine and the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon. His business experience includes positioning Moore Equine to purchase of several veterinary clinics in Alberta as well as expanding the practice within the Calgary area. Greg also initiated and currently chairs the Board of Directors of Inova Partners LLP, a successful veterinary software and management company that services large, complex veterinary practices worldwide which is centered out of Alberta and Texas. He also has been on the boards of small public oil and gas companies and presently has business interests in that industry. In 2016 he accepted a position on the board CNAD Ltd., a private veterinary bioinformatics/genomics company based out of Calgary and Austria. Greg received the ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors after participating in the Directors Education program of the Rotman School of Business.
Dr. Craig Dorin
Dr. Craig Dorin received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1985. His career started with 11 years in large animal practice in Kamloops, British Columbia and two additional years as Technical Services Veterinarian with Hoechst Roussel Vet. In 1998 he joined Veterinary Agri-Health Services where he has been a managing partner for the past 13 years. Areas of interest of Dr. Dorin include growth promotants, beef cattle welfare and development of training programs for producers and staff. He also is actively involved in the mentorship of youth in the cattle industry and veterinary students at the University of Calgary. Dr. Dorin is a past president of the Western Canadian Association of Bovine Practitioners and has served on the Cattle Industry Council for Alberta Beef Producers, Advisory Board for the Alberta Beef Chair at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and as a Director for the Canadian Association of Bovine Practitioners. He is currently an Adjunct Clinical Instructor with the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and a Director for Prairie Diagnostic Services, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Dr. Michael Jelinski
Dr. Michael Jelinski received his Bachelor of Science in Biology (B.Sc.) in 1981 from the University of Regina and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M) in 1986 from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Jelinski is the founding partner of Veterinary Agri-Health Services. In addition to management responsibilities, Dr. Jelinski takes an active interest in the field services and student teaching components of the practice and currently holds a Clinical Instructor appointment in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine’s Distributed Learning Community at the University of Calgary. He has served on numerous committees related to the profession including the Pfizer Animal Health Advisory Board, the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association Discipline and Ethics Committee and as a mentor for the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association Young Leaders Mentorship Program. Dr. Jelinski is a past recipient of the Boehringer Ingelheim Veterinarian of the Year Award from the Western Canadian Association of Bovine Practitioners (2013). His interests outside of veterinary medicine include spending time with his family and hiking, canoeing and kayaking in Canada’s Arctic wilderness.
Dr. Cody Creelman
Dr. Cody Creelman received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with distinction in 2006 from the University of Alberta and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. Cody grew up near Beaverlodge, Alberta on a commercial cow/calf operation and raised purebred Simmental cattle. Dr. Creelman joined Veterinary Agri-Health Services, in May 2011 as an associate veterinarian and now, as of 2013, is a managing partner. His professional interests include pathology, large animal surgery, cow/calf and feedlot production medicine. Since becoming a veterinarian Dr. Creelman has discovered a new passion, revolving around the use of mobile technology in the field. This includes consulting on veterinary application design projects as well as leveraging various social media platforms to market veterinary services.
Dr. Renaud Léguillette
Dr. Renaud Léguillette is the Calgary Chair in Equine Sports Medicine and is diplomate of both the ACVIM (Internal Medicine) and ACVSMR (Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, Equine). Dr. Léguillette is practicing as a UCVM equine internal medicine and sports medicine specialist at Moore Equine in Balzac, Alberta.
Renaud graduated from the ENVA (Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d’Alfort), Paris, in 1994, and earned his M.Sc. for a study on horses affected with asthma and completed a PhD on airway smooth muscle in human patients with asthma at the Meakins-Christie Laboratories at McGill University.
Associate Professor at the University of Calgary, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UCVM) since its early days in 2006 and has been Interim Department Head of the Department of Veterinary Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences.
Has trained many graduate students, UCVM summer students, and interns.
Has developed a research program on inflammatory lung diseases (ie horse asthma), like heaves, and IAD (Inflammatory Airway Disease), as well as in equine sports medicine with a focus on cardio-respiratory exercise physiology. His clinical research is often collecting data in the field on sports horses from the community in Alberta and resulted in high impact publications.
Diane Reid is the General Manager with Mosaic Veterinary Partners Ltd. and has worked in a variety of administrative leadership roles in the veterinary industry for the past six years. Diane has consistently provided exceptional customer service as well as contributed to improved profitability of clinics through information technology application and procedure development.
Previous to her veterinary administration experience, Diane worked for the Alberta Cancer Board in Population Health & Information where she was nominated for the Glenn Sundstrom Innovation Award.
Thriving on keeping busy and moving things forward in an ever-changing world, Diane maintains a dedication to family and delights in time spent with her four precious grandchildren. She has a passion for gardening and cooking and loves globetrotting with her husband, John.
Dr. Danielle Gutter, DVM (Locum)
Dr. Danielle Gutter grew up on an acreage near Devon Alberta. She spent most of her time playing sports or spending time with her dogs, cats, and horses. Although she always felt drawn towards the agriculture sector, a job at a local dairy farm is particularly responsible for sparking her interest into the bovine industry. She graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017 and began her career on Vancouver Island as a predominantly large animal veterinarian that focused largely on dairy, equine, and small ruminant medicine. Outside of work she enjoys all sports, hiking, and travelling.
More often she can be found trying to keep up with her much too active canine co-pilot, Stella, whom will be happy to return to the snow in exchange for the less than desirable rain. Although having to acclimate back to prairie winter weather is definitely going to be a challenge, Danielle is excited to get back to her roots!
Dr. Camille Adams, DVM (Locum)
Camille’s hometown is Cochrane Alberta where she grew up on an acreage caring for and working with all sorts of “critters” from goats/ sheep to horses and dogs. After completing an undergraduate degree in Ontario she moved back out west and completed her doctorate of veterinary medicine. She has a passion for rural mixed animal veterinary medicine that has been fostered through her upbringing, schooling and past work experience. She thoroughly enjoys the variability of working with animals of all shapes and sizes as well as working for clients and patients in rural locations as this enables her to develop a sense of community being interdisciplinary in her career. Her interests outside of work include: road biking, playing with and caring for 3 rescue dogs, reading and being in nature/ being outside.
Dr. Kristy Oatway, DVM (Locum)
Dr. Kristy Oatway grew up on a small cattle farm north of Rycroft Alberta and spent much of her childhood showing her family’s purebred Simmental cattle and her own 4-H calves. Growing up she always knew she wanted to work with animals but it wasn’t until high school when she spent some time with the local veterinarians in Fairview that she knew she wanted to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Kristy graduated from the University of Calgary’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016, receiving the Holstein Canada Award for Excellence in Bovine Medicine. Since graduating, she has spent three years practicing cow-calf, feedlot and equine medicine in Central and Southern Alberta. Her professional interests include both equine and bovine internal medicine, herd health management, wound healing and calf health. Outside of work Kristy enjoys travelling, trying new recipes and seeking adventure with her golden retriever Cooper and boyfriend David.
Becky Taylor, RVT, MA
Director Communication & Culture
Becky Taylor has been active in her career as a Registered Veterinary Technologist for over 25 years. She worked in a mixed animal practice until 1999 when she joined the teaching team at Olds College spending 19 years instructing in the animal health programs; AHT, VMR, VTA until June 2018 when she joined Mosaic.
Becky’s passion for working with people has led to her devoting much of her professional development to learning and teaching communication skills in an applied manner and coincided with her activities on provincial and national veterinary organizations in many roles. In 2016, she completed a Master of Arts in Professional Communication through Royal Roads University and concluded her program with a research study about communication practices for RVT’s. An avid advocate for the people side of veterinary, she has taught courses in communication, coaches veterinary students and enjoys sharing this passion and knowledge with fellow veterinary professionals. She is a self – proclaimed communication nerd! In her spare time, Becky can be found with her husband and two kids or with her horses, riding or carriage driving!
Admin & Accounting Assistant
Shanna MacNeill is the Administrative and Accounting Assistant with Mosaic Veterinary Partners Ltd. additionally providing support wherever needed. Shanna is also the editor of Mosaic’s internal company newsletter ‘Part of the Canvas’. Alongside her expanding corporate organizational versatility, Shanna is the owner of MacNeill Performance Equestrian and co-founder/co-owner of Accord Equestrian Academy. By passion and profession, she is a competitive Dressage rider and Equine Canada Certified Competition Coach with a special interest in equine science and dedication to exceptional horsemanship practices. At home Shanna and her husband, Jimmy, aspire to keep up in the busy and happy environment assembled by their exuberant son, Isaac.
Part-Time Admin & Accounting Assistant
Star Aleman is a Part-Time Administrative and Accounting Assistant with Mosaic Veterinary Partners Ltd. She received her Bachelor of Accounting and Finance in Peru. Star has worked as an Administrative Assistant in the Ministry of Health and as accounting support in the Gastronomic Sector.
Star has a great love for animals. She participated in the rescue of the abandoned dogs and bringing them to the veterinarian where they could be cared for and integrated into a new family. Star is a young woman who has aspirations and goals who wants to learn, gain experience and develop in the world of accounting. In her spare time, Star likes playing Piano, going to the gym, traveling and spending time with her family and her dog, Duke.
Star is happy to work in Mosaic, a company that contributes to improving the quality of life of animals.