The Staff at WSAH
Dr. Colette Neudorf
Dr. Neudorf grew up on the prairies and has always had a love for animals. She has a degree in Zoology and is a 1999 graduate of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Neudorf worked as a mixed animal veterinarian for 15 years and taught briefly as an instructor for the Veterinary Technology program at SIAST Kelsey campus in Saskatoon in 2014 before fulfiling her lifelong dream of opening her very own practice, The Warman Small Animal Hospital in November 2014. She has a passion for mentoring and started the Warman Prevet Club the fall of 2014. She has been a member of Warman's community since 2002 and lives there with her husband and 3 boys. Also in their family are a terrier cross named Ripper, a Jack Russell cross named Noa and a Pitbull cross named Monkey. Dr. Neudorf loves to spend time with her friends and family and enjoys camping, boating, fishing, gardening and watching hockey whenever possible.
Amy Neudorf, RVT
Amy grew up on an acreage in southern Saskatchewan. She had a wide variety of animals growing up including horses, sheep, rabbits, cats, chickens, turkeys and a dog. Amy is a Veterinary Technologist, graduating from Kelsey SIAST in 2005. She has been working as a Vet Tech ever since. She is one of our Vet Techs and our Office Manager. She lives in Neuanlage with her husband and son, their dog Scratty and their cat Smokey. Amy enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, reading and helping out with Wildlife Rehabilitation whenever possible. She is proud to be a part of Warman Small Animal Hospital and is very excited to meet you and your pets!
Nicole Gessner, RVT
Nicole was born and raised near Wakaw, Saskatchewan and enjoyed her childhood years at their home at the lake. Growing up with many family pets, she developed a passion for animals at a very young age. Nicole’s family was involved in competitive dog sled racing when she was a young girl and she has naturally developed a love for the “Spitz” breeds. She is currently the very proud owner of 4 dogs: Missy (Norwegian Elkhound), Osce (Border Collie X American Eskimo), Ash (Husky) and Summit (Shepherd X) and 5 cats: Rebel, Mr. Mike, Baby Schmeller, Tom and Jerry. She also holds many fond memories of her puppy Daisy (Labrador Retriever) close to her heart. Nicole and Missy enjoy taking Nicole’s two nephews for dog sled rides during the winter months and Osce enjoys playing at the beach during the summer months. Nicole attended and recently graduated from Saskatchewan Polytechnic Institute as a Registered Veterinary Technologist. When Nicole is not working, she enjoys many outdoor activities, especially fishing, archery, and spending time with her pets.
Jackie Erb, RVT
Jackie grew up on a farm in southern Saskatchewan, where she began taking care of numerous types of animals including horses, sheep, chickens, dogs and cats. Ever since she was young, Jackie wanted to be a Veterinary Technologist. In 2006 she accomplished this dream by graduation from SIAST, and has been working full time as such ever since. Jackie has a passion for animal nutrition, and obtained her Vet Tech Nutritional Specialty Degree in 2013. When not working, Jackie enjoys spending time with her husband Blake and their four beagles; Quincy, Camber, Cage and Atley. She enjoys training for numerous dog sports, and on weekends you will usually find her competing in obedience, rally, conformation, nosework, or chase ability trials.
Taylor Richardt, Vet Tech Assistant
Taylor grew up on a farm near Clavet, Saskatchewan. She grew up with a variety of animals including cows, dogs, cats and a bunny which drove her passion for animals today. Taylor is a recent graduate from the University of Saskatchewan with a degree in Animal Science, which she puts to good use at our hospital. Taylor volunteers with Saskatoon Street Cat Rescue and enjoys working on a dairy farm on weekends. Taylor loves spending spare time baking, hiking and reading.
Lucky Pants, Head of Security
Hi. My name is Lucky Pants (aka Lucky, aka LP) and my job at Warman Small Animal Hospital is "security". I like to sniff each person and pet who comes in and will crawl into your bag if you are not looking. My "position" at the clinic started in December of 2014. I first met my WSAH Family on a cold day after being lost, lonely and very sick. In my spare time, I like to lay in my heated bed, watch Animal Cops, organize my toy box and snuggle with my family members.