Dr. Jessica Wolfe, B.S.c, D.B.M.
After receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree with Honors in 2000 from the University of Guelph, Dr. Jessica Wolfe graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2004. Since the age of 16, she knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. After graduating and working in general practice for five years, Dr. Wolfe was accepted into a Small Animal Internship for internal medicine and surgery, in Phoenix, Arizona. Here, she closely worked with board certified specialists in a variety of disciplines and successfully completed the program in June 2011. After working for five years between Phoenix and Seattle, missing Canada, she decided to return home and settle down in Langley.
Dr. Wolfe enjoys forming relationships with clients and their pets. She believes good, optimal health begins with focusing on preventative health care. Proper nutrition, daily exercise activities and maintaining good dental health care are also important for a pet’s overall health and well-being. She encourages her clients to ask her questions as she wants her clients to be well-informed about their pets’ health. She appreciates the diversity of the job – each day brings new medical experiences, new pets and challenges, no day is ever boring! When not at the hospital, Dr. Wolfe enjoys traveling, long distance running, gardening, playing the flute and painting with water color and acrylic mediums.