The Team at BC Animal Hospital

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Dr Brandon Chan [DVM (KSU), BSc(UBC)]

Dr Brandon Chan graduated from Kansas State University in 2007. After many years of working at a large veterinary hospital, Dr Chan decided to open BC Animal Hospital with his wife Noreen in 2014. They have 6 cats, a dog and a bunny.

Dr Chan's vision for BC (Brandon Chan) Animal Hospital is to provide a client focused approach. While patient care is top priority, he believes in bringing you into the decision making process for the care of your pets through education whether we are deciding what vaccine to give or what disease process we are treating. There is no such thing as too many questions!

Little Elizabeth joined his family in 2014. She is always happy to greet everyone who comes in.


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Noreen Mok, RAHT [BS (KSU)]

Noreen is a Registered Animal Health Technologist. She graduated from the AHT program at Douglas College and has been working as a Techologist at a busy practice for the past 5 years. While originally from Hong Kong, Noreen met Brandon while studying in Kansas. Their combined vision made BC Animal Hospital a reality.



Noreen has worked at Sunset Zoo while in Kansas. She is also fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Tofu has been a part of Brandon and Noreen's family since 2008. He loves people and will sit in anyone's lap for a good cuddle. He tolerates other dogs.



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Megan Labbe

Megan has been working in animal hospitals for over 15 years. She brings a lot of experience and knowledge to our team. She has two beautiful daughters as well as two fur babies, Eyeris and Capri










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Nina Gregorowich














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Christal Burke

Christal joined our team in Novemeber 2015. She obtained her Veterinary Office Assistant degree in Kamloops, BC and we welcome her 15 years of experience in the veterinary profession.

In her spare time, Christal enjoys the outdoors, travelling and curling. She is the proud owner of a spoiled cat, Princess Pia, who takes up most of her free time; her husband and family take up the rest.