Veterinarian & Owner - Dr. Anne Y Kernaleguen BSC, DVM with Tish
Anne grew up on a mixed farm near St. Brieux, SK. She graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1978 and started working for Dr. Don Pulfer in Stoughton, SK on May 1, 1978. She bought the practice Jan 15,1979 and has enjoyed working in the Stoughton area ever since. Anne has worked extensively with cow-calf producers. She finds dentistry very interesting and has taken extra courses in canine and feline dentistry.
Anne has two wonderful sons. They share a house with one dog, two cats and Chili the chinchilla. She is involved in volunteer groups such as 4-H, and School Community Council.
Veterinarian - Dr. Michelle Anderson B.Sc., D.V.M.with Lou
Michelle Anderson was born and raised in Melita, a small farming community in southwest Manitoba. Through many weekend trips to Grandpa’s farm, her love of animals grew. This coupled with her love of science fueled her desire to enter the field of veterinary medicine.
Michelle attained her Bachelor of Science with a major in zoology from Brandon University in 2003. This paved the way for her acceptance into the veterinary medicine program at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. She attained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in June 2007.
Michelle worked in Regina at Lakewood Animal Hospital from 2007 until 2014, and started at Stoughton Veterinary Services in 2015. Her interests include soft tissue surgery and acupuncture. She most recently travelled to Portland, Oregon to attain her Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society in 2012.
Michelle lives in Lampman with two cats, Larry Taylor and Minina, and a mischievous, but loveable dog, Lou. In her spare time Michelle enjoys quadding, running (very slowly), and spending time with family and friends.
Veterinary Technician - Emily Dayman, R.V.T. with Lemon
Emily grew up just outside of Corning on a mixed farm with a wide array of animals (horses, chickens, turkeys, sheep, cows, a llama, cats and dogs to name a few). She showed horses and was active in the Corning Multiple 4-H club throughout school. Emily attended SaskPolytechnic in Saskatoon for Veterinary Technology, graduated in 2016 and started working at the clinic shortly after.
She now resides in the metropolis of Corning with her two cats (Hocus and VooDoo), three dogs (Lemon, Jake and Ivy), a chinchilla (Magic), and still has a funny farm of animals. She keeps her six horses, two mini donkeys (possibly turning into three, #BabyDonkey2k19) and way too many chickens (but not as many as Amanda so it’s okay) at her parents farm just outside of Corning (your welcome Mom and Dad)!
Emily enjoys the large animal aspect of the clinic but also likes working with cats and dogs. She spends many hours training and working with her herd (yes herd…) of horses, and also enjoys volleyball and hunting.
Veterinary Technician - Amanda Aubert, R.V.T. with Sadie
Amanda grew up in Regina. As a young girl, she had always talked about having a career in the veterinary profession. Both of her parents grew up on farms, so she spent a lot of her summers there, helping with the cattle, poultry, and whatever other miscellaneous animals were out there at that time. She always had a special interest in large animals.
Amanda completed her Veterinary Technology diploma in Saskatoon, and continued to work in the city where she dealt with various small animals.
In January of 2018, Amanda decided she wanted to finally explore her interest and hidden love for large animal, and joined the Stoughton Vet Service team.
Amanda spends most of her free time spoiling her chickens, ducks, cats, and chasing her dogs Sadie and Emma around the country side.
Groomer & Boarding Attendant - Susan Ludwig with Polo
Susan was born and raised in Estevan where she graduated from the Esevan Comp. School in 1984. With her love of animals, Susan knew she wanted to work with animals. In 1999, she graduated from Woodsvail Dog Grooming School in Leduc, Alberta. She served on the board of directors for the Esevan Humane Society. Susan started her own grooming business in Estevan (Sue's Pet Styling) where she was self-employed for 15 years. During that time, she won 1st place in Estevan's Favourite Groomer Contest! In February 2016 she started working at Stoughton Veterinary Services full time as groomer/boarding attendant. She lives in Stoughton with her 3 beloved pets: 'Polo', 'Cosmo', and the newest addition, 'Belle' the cat.
Veterinary Technician - Sarah Richaud RVT with Hunter
Sarah grew up in Colgate, SK on a farm with cows, horses, chickens and various cats and dogs. She grew up showing cattle in Lomond 4-H Beef Club and horses in the Weyburn Light Horse 4-H Club. She always had an interest in animals and knew she would eventually work in a veterinary related field.
Sarah graduated from Weyburn Comprehensive School in June of 2006. After taking a year off after graduation she was then accepted into Animal Health Technology at Lakeland College in Vermilion, AB. She graduated from the AHT program in May of 2009.
Sarah has been in Stoughton since October 2011. Sarah along with her husband and son, own three dogs, two cats, various fish and three horses. Sarah spends a lot of her time volunteering and fostering for Prairie Sky Dog Rescue. Sarah likes to spend her free time playing slow pitch, volleyball, training dogs, riding horses and visiting family or friends.
Receptionist - Stacey Campbell with Elsa
Stacey was raised in Stoughton, SK, where she graduated from Stoughton Central High School. She joined Stoughton Veterinary Services full time as a Receptionist in 2006.
Stacey enjoys spending time with her family, and their two loyal dogs and three cats.
Linnea Donnellywith Archer
Linnea grew up in Stoughton where she graduated highschool in 2010. She worked at the vet clinic throughout highschool and during the summer. She then went to the University of Saskatchewan where she attended Animal Science classes in the College of Agriculture for 2 years. Linnea started back at the clinic full time in December of 2013. She also has cattle and grain farms with her brother and dad on their family farm. In her spare time she enjoys various outdoor activities including gardening, and hunting with her 3 hounds.
If you need a veterinarian urgently outside of our regular hours, please call 306-457-3133.
Monday - Friday
8:30 - 5:00
9:00 - 12:00
Closed over lunch & Sunday
12:00 - 1:00
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We are able to book appointments via Email and our Facebook page, however, the best way to book an appointment with us is over the phone as we sometimes do not get to our emails and messages in a timely manner.