We are Drs. Jeremy Ross, Carol Ross and Greg Douglas the owners and “pack leaders” at Prairie Animal Health Centre. We believe in strength in numbers and that’s how we came to own and operate two fully-equipped veterinary practices in Southeast Saskatchewan.

Having multiple practices gives our hospitals access to more veterinarians, which means more knowledge and experience. It provides us with advanced diagnostic equipment we wouldn’t have otherwise and allows our doctors to develop more specialized skills and interests. It also aids in attracting and retaining the best veterinarians—and each new addition brings more benefits to your pet.

We also have a commitment to continuing education for both doctors and veterinary technicians. Our team attends major learning conferences nationwide and meets with industry leaders regularly. It’s an exciting time in veterinary medicine with many rapid advancements for pet and livestock owners, and we want to make sure your pet reaps the benefits of that progress!

More than anything else, we want to support the bond you have with your pet. We believe doing that requires not only providing great veterinary care, but to practice it with compassion and equally outstanding customer service. Our hope is that both you and your pet feel welcome and to enjoy your experience with us.

Still, we understand that coming to the vet can be a stressful experience for animals, so we encourage you to bring your pet’s favorite treat or bedding to help them feel more at home. We’re also a very kid-friendly practice, so feel free to bring your human children along as well—we enjoy encouraging them to take an active role in their furry family member’s care.

Prairie Animal Health Centre is currently accepting new patients and would love to meet you and your family. We hope you’ll soon learn that you can depend on us to be an active and dedicated partner in your pet’s health. Make an appointment right online or give us a call at (306) 910-7242.

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Dr. Carol Ross


Carol was raised on a farm near the small town of Arrowwood, AB. Growing up she loved to help with all aspects of the farm from chasing cows to fixing the combine. She was active in 4-H Beef, softball, basketball and dance.

Carol is passionate and skilled in helping to restore her patient’s mobility through surgery; whether a fracture repair or stifle surgery she wants her patients to enjoy being active as much as she does. She also enjoys veterinary dentistry and giving pet’s a pain free mouth. She is our designated clinic dentist and travels between or Estevan and Weyburn locations performing dental surgery three days a week.

Always found nearby is her sidekick “Marley”, an energetic and somewhat naughty Corgi/ Heeler. When not at the clinic she can be found cheering on her kids Jaycee, Hugh and Sydney at the pool, rink or dance studio. When summer is in full bloom you will find Carol with her paddle board strapped to her car roof. Perfectly calm water calls to her and she is never too busy to enjoy a tour on the lake from her board.

Carol can be found leaving notes of encouragement for her team and has true admiration for them and their superhuman abilities to care for her patients like Wayne Gretzky handles a puck.

Dr. Jeremy Ross

Jeremy knew he wanted to be a veterinarian since he was a child. Growing up on a ranch near Estevan he was interested in science and biology. He loved medicine and animals but couldn’t stand the thought of being a human doctor.

Jeremy keeps three goals in mind when helping every patient; to understand the client’s needs, to do his best for the animal’s sake and to keep him and his team safe.

He shares his love of life with his three kids Jaycee, Sydney and Hugh. Brightening his days are his pets Jewel, a cowboy corgi, his cat JJ and his six horses that he spends more time with than any human in his life.

Dr. Greg Douglas


Greg comes to PAHC from Ontario where he worked most recently in industry, government and clinical practice. He graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. His interests include surgery, emergency management and animal welfare. Greg enjoys working with all animals and welcomes the opportunity to get to know all the clients of PAHC, both human and animal.

Greg’s background includes an externship at the Animal Medical Center in New York, critical care medicine in Hawaii and numerous locums throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta.

While in government, Greg amended the Saskatchewan Animal Protection Act, implemented the Ontario Animal Health Act and chased disease outbreaks from coast to coast. Within industry, Greg developed and put into action the animal care strategy for Maple Leaf Foods.

Greg is thrilled to return to his hometown, Weyburn. It was a great place to grow up and the people are the best.

Dr. Andrea Clarke


Andrea has had a lifelong attachment to animals, and becoming a veterinarian was a decision she made in elementary school.

Andrea is an experienced veterinarian who knows that there are many approaches to each case. Her goal is for each client to know what options they have and to offer guidance and care in navigating those choices.

She falls in love easily with working dogs especially those who are trained in hunting and retrieving. Her pack of well mannered Drahthaars Walden, Nella and Astra are the sparkle in her eye. She can often be found showing one off to a client or working on their training on her lunch break. The Drahthaars are a family affair; training alongside her is her husband Curtis. Andrea’s daughters Carlee and Julie make sure to give all the love and encouragement the dogs need.

Finding time to enjoy her hobbies like photography and field training are keys to her success as a long time veterinarian and has been proud to be part of the SE community for so many years.

Dr. Kendra Elliott

Growing up on a cow-calf farm as a member of the Pipestone 4-H Beef & Heifer Club, she always enjoyed being around cattle, cats, dogs, and horses. Spending all that time with them came with a natural curiosity for wanting to know more about how to help an animal in need. She also was a bookworm and read a lot of Animal Ark and James Herriot Books, so being a veterinarian has been the goal since elementary school.

Her goal with every patient, big or small, is to have them as comfortable as possible. She accomplishes this by getting to know a nervous pet, calmly handling livestock, and providing pain relief.

Kendra shares her home with her cat Phoebe, which she has raised since a kitten. Phoebe has Cerebellar Hypoplasia (the portion of the brain that controls movement is smaller than usual) making her wobbly and unable to jump, but making her an expert at cuddles and loves to walk in the grass.

Kendra’s mantra is “Be well.”

Kristin Caldwell

Registered Veterinary Technologist and Chief of Veterinary Operations

Kristin wanted to become a veterinary technologist after caring for her own dog as a child. She spent many summers on a family farm and knew that she wanted to continue to care for animals as a career.

Her goal with every patient visit is to share her knowledge with the pet or livestock owner. Our jobs are filled with a wealth of information and she enjoys teaching it to new staff, students and clients.

Kristin shares her life with her husband and four children. They keep busy on their ranch of commercial and purebred Charolais cattle. They have three dogs Jess, Jed and Dibbles and three cats George, Pumpkin and Crush.

Kristin lives and works by the philosophy You need to make time for the important things in life.

Lisa Mallory

Registered Veterinary Technologist and Practice Manager

Lisa was born in Winnipeg, MB but has lived all her life in Saskatchewan. Lisa attended SIAST and upon graduation in 1993 she started working at Prairie Animal Health Centre. In 2006, Lisa became co-manager for PAHC’s Weyburn and Estevan clinics. In 2012 her position changed to manager of the Weyburn clinic.

Lisa enjoys the science of veterinary medicine, from understanding new products and techniques to doing detailed microscope work like cytology and is passionate about sharing her knowledge with others.

Outside of work, Lisa has been involved with The Weyburn Humane Society, The Saskatchewan Association of Veterinary Technologists, The Saskatchewan Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and The Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association’s Professional Conduct Committee. Lisa received the 2004 Award of Merit from the Saskatchewan Association of Veterinary Technologists.

What brings Lisa the most joy is her family! Her husband Gerry, their son, 2 stepsons and her cat Baby complete her happy family.

Karla Hadlow

Registered Veterinary Technologist

Karla was born and raised in Prince Albert, Sk. She grew up in the city, but ever since she can remember, she has always had pets in her life including a rabbit, a hamster, dogs, fish, and birds. Karla’s grandparents got an acreage when she was 10 years old and this is where she got some of her experience with sheep, chicken, geese and rabbits. Ever since Karla was in Kindergarten, she knew that a career with animals was her calling, although she had a strong interest in welding and electrical as well as conservation.

Karla completed her Veterinary Technician diploma from SIAST in Saskatoon in 2004. While going to school she developed a strong interest in working with wildlife. Shortly after graduating Karla came to Weyburn and started working as a RVT for Prairie Animal Health Centre. Karla currently is living in Weyburn with her pet family of 5 cats and 2 dogs.

Julie Chinski

Registered Veterinary Technologist

Julie wanted to become a veterinary technologist because she loves animals and wanted to be able to take better care of her own pets. Julie enjoyed every minute of growing up on a dairy farm where they always had collie dogs and one in particular, Lassie, made her love the breed. Julie has a strong passion for her horses, and even has miniature horses and a donkey named George.

Her goal with every patient visit is to make the visit as happy and pain free as possible. Your pet is sure to get lots of treats when Julie is your tech.

Julie shares her life on the farm with her husband, two children and dogs Tag, Skye, Bailey and Ralph. Julie is very happy to be able to continue her education and has acquired her Equine Massage Certificate! She has attended many dog training seminars, including a few clicker expos. She currently teaches dog obedience/clicker training classes and is trying some agility classes too! Julie loves riding horses whether it’s reining, barrels, or just chasing cows. She also enjoys spending time with her family camping.

Julie lives and works by the philosophy of “Live each day to the fullest” and “Treat others as you want to be treated- with respect, fairness and caring”

Janelle Evans

Registered Veterinary Technologist

Janelle was born and raised in the Weyburn area. She moved to Olds, AB in 2006 where she attended Olds College. She received a Diploma in Equine Production and Breeding in 2008 and continued on with her education in 2011 as an Animal Health Technician. Janelle has been a RVT at Prairie Animal Health Centre since she graduated in 2011.

She currently lives on a cattle farm with her husband, Ken Evans and sons Liam and Isiah and daughter Grace. They raise Limousin cattle and have a small herd of show steer cattle. Janelle has added four horses and a miniature donkey to the farm as well. Of course, dogs and cats have always been a big part of Janelle’s life. She currently has 5 cats, a greyhound cross, and 4 border collies. Janelle’s future goal is to start competing in stock dog trials.

Crystal Ruckaber

Veterinary Assistant
Crystal was raised on a farm south west of a small community called Parkberg (Home of Gainer the Gopher). Crystal attended school in Mortlach, SK, from Kindergarten until she graduated in 1997. Crystal’s family raised commercial cattle and ran a small grain operation. She was involved in 4-H for 16 years and then at the age of 21, she was no longer able to be a member of a 4-H program so she became a Leader. In 1998, she bought her first Black Angus Heifer and was able to continue showing. In 2004, Crystal’s family sold the cattle and family farm due to family health problems. Before Crystal moved to Weyburn, she worked for a small animal clinic in Moose jaw for 8 years as a Vet Assistant/Office Manager. Also, in that time, Crystal worked for Superior Meats, a meat processing plant out of Swift Current. Her position there was Manager in the Moose Jaw store for two years. In January of 2009, Crystal met her future husband in Weyburn, named Lyle Ruckaber. In November of 2009, Crystal made the move to Weyburn to be with Lyle. Shortly after moving to Weyburn, Crystal became a Veterinary Assistant of PAHC. They currently live in Weyburn with their pet family. Cats Lucifer, and Nutmeg and their pug Floki.

Mollie Saffery

Veterinary Technologist Student

Mollie loves working with animals and with people and approaches every patient visit with the goal of making coming to the vet clinic a happy and positive experience for people and their pets.

Mollie and her fiance Cole enjoy their busy home with their dog Ella Mae, their cat Bella, and their 2 bearded dragons Barry and Rupert.

Mollie believes that you only get to make one first impression on a person, so make it a good one.