Our Staff


Dr. M. G. Logan

Dr. Logan graduated from the Nova Scotia Agricultural College with a B.Sc. in Animal Science in 1996 and earned her DVM in 2000 from the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown, PEI. She has been practicing in Okotoks since May 2000.
She grew up in Otterbrook, NS surrounded by animals. Her mother, Heather A. Logan, has run Cloverfield Kennels for 35+ years. This was a boarding kennel for 50 dogs and a breeding kennel of Labrador Retrievers. Dr. Logan has been training dogs since 1980 for competition obedience and conformation. Since 1992, she has been using operant conditioning – behaviour analysis (a.k.a. clicker training) on dogs as well as a number of other species (llamas, miniature donkeys, horses, goats, tigers, giraffes, grizzly bears and chickens).
Dr. Logan was one of the founding members of the Millarville Mutts 4-H Club and was the obedience trainer for five years. She is a member of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, Alberta Medical Association, American Veterinary Society of Animal Behaviour, Calgary Academy of Veterinary Medicine, American Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Information Network and the American Animal Hospital Association.
Reason (black Labrador retriever), Jazzy (Whippet) and Cardinal (yellow Labrador retriever) come to work with her every day. Their jobs include: demonstrating operant conditioning, working with children who are scared of dogs, testing new toys and cuddling with anyone who looks their way. Her cats, Egan and Thurber, reside at the hospital as supervisors and toy testers.

Dr. M. G. Logan blog's here

Dr. Teri Kibblewhite

Dr. Teri Kibblewhite earned her DVM in 1993 from the Western College of Veterinary medicine in Saskatoon, SK. She completed a year internship in surgery band medicine at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown, PEI. In 1994 Teri returned to Edmonton to work in small animal practice. In 1998 Teri opened her own small animal clinic in Edmonton. This was sold in 2002 in order to move south and start a family, with some locum work in and around Calgary. In 2006 Teri joined the Bow River Veterinary Centre in Canmore where she has been up until this move. She is excited to be back in Okotoks as she spent lots of time as a child here (her grandparents lived here).

She is certified in Acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupucture Society, and has been studying Chinese herbal medicine as well.

A pug lover, she has 2, Annabelle and Calen, as well as just a few cats!