Editor, The Times

Local vet valued for compassion and professionalism

Editor, The Times:

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its people.”

Darren Ludbrook has always wanted to be a vet, never questioning his choice of occupation. Throughout elementary and high school he helped out at various vet clinics, then went on to get his vet degree through Western College of Veterinary Medicine of Saskatchewan.

Going on to practice in New Zealand for five years, then owning and operating two practices in Northern Alberta, Darren also worked as a government vet for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. He now resides in Clearwater, B.C, moving here with his family to start his current mobile practice.

Darren has practiced veterinary medicine for 27 years.

Thank you, Darren. We are lucky to have you here, you are appreciated. Your compassion and professionalism are valued throughout our community.

Kate Lifely,

Clearwater, B.C.

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