Meet The Team
Dr. Tania Bergeron was born in Alliston, ON. She was from a military family so they moved around quite a bit while she was growing up. Her high school years were spent in Moose Jaw, SK and then onto vet school in Saskatoon. After university she moved to Edmonton, AB where she work for 3 years. In 2016 she had the chance to move to Saskatchewan again, specifically Prince Albert. As her family had settled here and her husband’s family is from here she could not pass up the opportunity. She started working at South Hill Animal Clinic and she decided she was here to stay! She especially loves the people she gets to meet every day, the relaxed ‘small town’ feeling, the lakes, trees, and beautiful outdoors surrounding us, and of course the fact that her family is nearby. She now lives on a small acreage outside of Prince Albert with her husband, daughter, two dogs, and three cats. In October 2018 Tania purchased South Hill Animal Clinic. She has since made quite a few exciting updates and improvements, with many more to come over the years ahead. She has special interests in medicine and dentistry. Favorite Dog Breed: Mutt's Hobbies/Interests: Camping, kayaking, being outdoors in the summer, spending time with family, running and yoga. Favorite part of my job: All of our nice, special clients make me happy, and the patients of course! If I could have one superpower what would it be: Teleportation. Favorite Movie/Song: Too many favorites, there's no way to pick just one. Decade The 90's were fun!
Lead RVT/Practice Manager
Heather was born and raised in Pictou County, Nova Scotia. She graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Oulton's College in Moncton, New Brunswick in 2011. After graduating she worked in mixed animal practice in Yellowknife NWT, Meadow Lake SK, and North Battleford SK before ending up at South Hill Animal Clinic in 2016. Heather and her husband bought a home in Meath Park in 2016 and live there with their 3 dogs (Benson, Scotia, and Sonny) and their 2 cats (Dunphy and Pritchett). Favorite Dog Breed: Pitty's Hobbies/Interests: Camping, fishing, kayaking, curling, cooking, spending time with friends and enjoying quiet alone time. Favorite part of my job: Working with an amazing team. If I could have one superpower what would it be: Invisibility Favorite Movie: Home Alone at christmas time. Decade I wished I grew up in: 70's maybe, but I was pretty happy with the 90's!
Erin was born in Canada then moved to Orange County, California just before she turned 6. She lived with her dad and went to school down there and spent her summers in Weirdale, SK with her mom. She graduated from Saddleback Community College in 2008, in Califorina. After graduating she craved seasons other than summer and decided to move back to the great white north. She now lives outside of Meath Park with her boyfriend, stepdaughter, twin boys, cat Henry and dog Baxley. Favorite Dog Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog Hobbies/Interests: fishing, mushroom picking, camping, floating, boating, admiring foliage, cross country skiing and sitting around a fire with adult beverages laughing with my friends to name a few things. Favorite part of my job: The cute animals, duh. If I could have one superpower what would it be: Self Thermostat; the ability to feel warm/cool no matter what I’m wearing. Favorite Movie: Pirate Radio. Favorite Song: "Sunny Afternoon" by The Kinks. Decade I wished I grew up in: The 90’s was “rad” and all but I was meant for the 60’s.
Brittney was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. She graduated from the Veterinary Technologist Program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in 2021, and then quickly passed her VTNE to officially become a Registered Veterinary Technologist. Brittney moved to Prince Albert shortly after graduation to start her career with South Hill Animal Clinic, and she has been here ever since! Favorite Dog Breed: Golden Retrievers, although I love my Norwegian Elkhound, "Moose", at home. Hobbies/Interests: Drawing, crocheting, and baking, but can also be found binge-watching Netflix and YouTube videos. Favorite part of my job: Performing diagnostics, including blood collection, running bloodwork, and radiology. Above all, my favorite part is seeing my patient's improvement, whether that be from successful treatment plans or an anxious/stressed animal learning to trust and be more comfortable in clinic. If I could have one superpower what would it be: The ability to teleport. Favorite Movie: How to Train Your Dragon Favorite Song: Comes from How to Train Your Dragon's soundtrack: "Romantic Flight" by John Powell. Decade I wished I grew up in: I enjoyed the era I grew up in, but would love to go back to the 90s/early 2000s because life seemed simpler and more fun back then, but we still had enough modern technology to get by.
Hi there! My name is Aida, and I am a veterinary assistant. I was born and raised in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and later made Canada my home. For most of my time in Canada, I lived in Moose Jaw, but in 2018, I moved to the wonderful city of Prince Albert. I’m proud mama to my daughter, and a grandma to my two adorable grandkids. They bring so much joy into my life! Favorite Dog Breed: One of my favorite dog breeds is the Portuguese Water Dog. I am captivated by their intelligence and playful nature. They truly make amazing companions. Hobbies/Interests: Photography is one of my passions, and I love capturing the beauty of nature and the special moments shared with my family. It brings me so much happiness and allows me to cherish those memories forever. Favorite part of my job: The best part of my job as a veterinary assistant is the incredible crew I have the privilege of working with. We form a tight-knit team, and together, we get to help and care for all the beautiful animals that come our way. It's truly rewarding and fulfilling work. If you could have one superpower what would it be: If I had the chance to possess one superpower, it would undoubtedly be the ability to heal all things. Being able to bring comfort and relief to those in need would be a remarkable gift. Favorite Movie: When it comes to movies, my all-time favorite is "The Thorn Birds." It's a classic that has touched my heart and left a lasting impression. Decade I wish I gew up in: As for the decade I wish I grew up in, I wouldn't change a thing. I feel incredibly fortunate to have experienced all the amazing advancements in modern technology and to be able to enjoy the present day with my beloved family. I am truly grateful to be able to make a positive impact in the lives of animals and their owners every day.