Dr. Kevin MacAulay – Veterinarian / Owner
Kevin was born and raised in Calgary. He completed a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Zoology from the University of Calgary. After earning his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon (University of Saskatchewan), Kevin completed a one-year internship in Small Animal Medicine, Surgery and Emergency at the Ontario Veterinary College (University of Guelph). Dr. MacAulay joined the Glamorgan Animal Clinic in 2003 as an associate veterinarian, and purchased the clinic in December of 2008. Kevin also volunteers on a committee for the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association (AB.VMA). Outside of the clinic, Kevin enjoys playing hockey and golf, and attending Calgary Stampeder football and Calgary Hitmen games. He also loves spending time with his wife, three young kids and miniature schnauzer, Maddie.
Dr. Jane Mahon – Locum Veterinarian
Jane was born and raised in Calgary. She attended the University of Alberta for two years before completing her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon (University of Saskatchewan). She has been associated with the Glamorgan Animal Clinic since 1982 when she was a third year summer student. A major aspect of Jane’s veterinary practice is a special interest in small animal dentistry. Dr. Mahon also participates as the vice-chair on the Registration Committee for the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association (AB.VMA). In her spare time, Jane enjoys reading, knitting, judging synchronized swimming competitions and spending time with her husband, three mostly grown kids and her cat Soot.
Dr. Amelia Falk – Locum Veterinarian
Amelia was born and raised in Calgary. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Zoology from the University of Calgary. She then completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon (University of Saskatchewan). The clinic welcomes Amelia’s strong interest and skills in general surgery. Amelia also touts that one of her professional interests includes cat whispering. Cooking, reading, geocaching, travelling, scuba diving, and playing scrabble are some of Amelia’s favourite extracurricular activities. She also delights in spending time with her husband and their two kids.
Brenda Davies – Office Manager
Brenda is a native Calgarian. She earned a diploma as a Certified Nursing Aide from the Bow Valley College. After working for a local physician, Brenda joined the Glamorgan Animal Clinic in 1988. Brenda is a fantastic asset to the clinic bringing over 20 years of experience to her role as our Office Manager. Brenda’s extracurricular activities include gourmet cooking, gardening, volunteering with the Signal Hill Soccer Association and spending time with her husband and two children. Her family also includes two pets; a dog named Paisley, and a cat named Paige.
Alicia Dobri - Receptionist
Alicia was born and raised in Kitimat, British Columbia. She moved to Calgary in 2005, and joined the clinic as a receptionist in October 2007. Alicia’s enthusiastic personality has been a welcome addition to the clinic. Outside of work hours, you can catch her spending time with friends and family. Alicia has two rambunctious dogs; a Saint Bernard named Sasha, and a German Shepherd named Ceasel. Layla the cat rounds out the family of critters who keep her very busy!
Carrie Prout – Animal Health Technologist
Originally from Exeter, Ontario, Carrie moved to Calgary after completing her Animal Health Technician Diploma at the University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus. She keeps entertained at home by her two cats, Squeaker and Lissa.
Brittany Dodd – Animal Health Technologist
Brittany was born and raised in Abbotsford, British Columbia, and started working in the veterinary medicine industry in 2006. She graduated from the Animal Health Technician program from Olds College in 2010, and recently has continued her undergraduate studies at the University of Calgary. Outside of work and school, Brittany loves to travel. As a member of World Vets (a non-profit organization that provides international veterinary aid), she has been to NoSara, Costa Rica and San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua to provide locals with veterinary services, including spays, neuters and general health care. Brittany has a very handsome chocolate lab named Cohen, who just recently retired from being a blood donor for the Animal Emergency Clinic of the Fraser Valley.