Dr. Barry Harrison, BSC., DVM
Dr. Barry Harrison is an avid curler and golfer. In his spare time, he loves to travel the world with his wife Kelly. Dr. Harrison works as a part-time locum and enjoys surgery. Dr. Harrison recently attended a seminar workshop on “surgical oncology”. Dr. Harrison and his wife Kelly have 2 grown daughters and a sweet little cat named “Darryl”.
Dr. Jessica Muir
Dr. Muir grew up in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia and has always dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. Dr. Muir received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2016 from The Atlantic Veterinary College in PEI. Following graduation, Dr. Muir worked briefly in her hometown before moving to Pictou county with her husband to continue her career as a small animal veterinarian.
Outside of …the clinic, Jessica can be found spending time with her husband Daniel and their two dogs, Buck and Gunner, either at the family beef farm in Merigomish or adventuring around the Maritimes. Jessica enjoys outdoor activities, especially hiking and camping, and traveling to new and unique locations – most recently riding camels in the Sahara desert! Jessica really looks forward to joining the team at East River Animal Hospital and can’t wait to meet all the new faces. PLEASE CALL TO BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT WITH Dr. MUIR 902-752-6655
Emma Tenbrinke, Animal Health Technician
Emma grew up in Antigonish and has always loved animals. She was heavily involved in 4-H in her youth with her primary focus being goats and horses. Emma attended the Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture in Truro following high school where she completed the Registered Veterinary Technician program in 2016.
Emma worked at East River Animal Hospital as an externship student in the summer of 2015 and was welcomed as a full-time member of the team in the spring of 2016. Emma currently has 2 horses, 2 goats and a mixed breed dog named Jack. Emma enjoys competing in local horse shows and volunteers as the leader of the 4-H goat program with her local 4-H club in Antigonish.
Lisa Smith, Animal Health Technician
Lisa is a graduate of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College where she obtained her animal health technician diploma. Lisa has been in practice since 2003 and loves animals (especially cats and puppies!). Lisa and Dr. Finlayson first met a few years ago when they were employed in an animal hospital in Truro! Lisa is an excellent technician and very passionate about her job. Lisa currently lives in Stellarton with her 2 little boys Carter and Owen, their 6 guinea pigs and 2 hedgehogs.
Connie Campbell, Reception
Started in 2005 as a receptionist in Shiretown Animal Hospital (our clinic in Pictou). Connie and her husband Brian live in Pictou West and had a jersey dairy farm. Connie was involved in 4-H and has grown up with animals. She has 2 sons Mathew and Craig and a large dog named Dusty. Connie is our true “gate keeper”!