Working together to provide the highest quality care to our patients, while treating our clients with respect and courtesy is our mission at Arborg Veterinary Hospital. Meet the team that cares for your animals as much as you do!
Arborg Veterinary Hospital Bios
Lisa Taylor DVM
Dr. Taylor has owned and operated Arborg Veterinary Hospital since 2003. Lisa graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph as a doctor of veterinary medicine in 1987. She owns numerous horses that are her pride and joy as well as 2 dogs named Molly and Sasha. Lisa is married with 3 kids and lives on a farm in rural Manitoba with her husband.
Coralee Barkman RAHT
Coralee has worked for the Arborg and Gimli Veterinary Clinics since 2007, taking 2 years off to study and graduate from Red River Community College as a registered animal health technologist in 2011. Together with her husband and daughter, Coralee lives in rural Manitoba on a bee farm where they also manage a small pig operation. She has a dog named Jasmin, a cat named Elmer and 2 horses.
Dr. Tara Vielfaure
Dr. Tara Vielfaure grew up on a farm in Balmoral, MB. As a young adult she moved to southern Manitoba to work in the swine industry. It was then she decided she wanted to become a Veterinarian. After graduating from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine she began her career at Arborg Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Tara is a mixed practitioner. She lives in the RM of Armstrong with her husband Marc and loves to read novels in her spare time.
Shailynn Fuz RAHT
Shailynn started her Veterinary career with us in 2013 as a Vet assistant. She has since attended Red River Community College and completed the Animal Health Technology Course. Shailynn graduated with honors in May 2017. Her hobbies include fishing, quadding and kayaking (basically anything outdoors) and snuggling with her dog "Kinder"
Nikki has been with our clinics since the fall of 2013 and has a long history of working in the pet industry. She lives in Arnes with her husband, daughter and newly adopted kitten, "Oban"