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Jacqueline Enns, DVM. Dr Enns graduated from The Ontario Veterinary College with honours in 1995. Immediately upon graduation, Dr Enns worked at the Morden Veterinary Clinic in Morden, Manitoba. In 2005, Dr. Enns, together with her 3 partners, opened the Winkler Veterinary Clinic where she now spends her time practicing. It has been exciting watching the clinic grow from 1 vet at inception, to 3 in 2014.
Dr Enns has served on her provincial veterinary council (MVMA) as a councillor from 2012-2015, has been involved in the local equine 4H club as a head leader, and enjoys spending spare time with her horses. Dr Enns and her husband Doug farm cattle and grain near Winkler together with their 3 children Ruth, Franklin, and Peter.
Dr. Jenesa Banman is a mixed animal practitioner with a small animal focus in the Morden and Winkler Veterinary clinics. Dr. Banman grew up near Winkler on a dairy farm. As a child she had a strong interest in animals and was inspired by the local vets, who later became her mentors. She attended Brandon University for her undergraduate studies and graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan in 2012. She enjoys dairy medicine and attended the Summer Dairy Institute at Cornell University in 2011. Her primary focus has been small animal medicine, emergency medicine and dentistry. She enjoys working together with pet owners to provide quality care for their furry friends and family.
Dr. Banman and her husband, Harvey, chose to move back to Winkler after she graduated because of strong ties to the community, their families, and friends. They have 2 young children, Bethany and William, who keep their spare time filled with giggles and play. In her free time Dr. Banman likes to unwind by playing piano, sewing or reading a novel.
Dr. Julie Hamilton is a mixed animal practitioner at the Morden and Winkler Veterinary clinics. Dr. Hamilton grew up in Morden and spent a large part of her childhood in the clinics as her father, Dr. David Hamilton, is a Veterinarian. She attended the University of Manitoba for two years of undergraduate studies and graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan in 2017. She may look like familiar face at the clinic as she spent her summers in the clinics as a veterinary student. Dr. Hamilton has an interest in preventative medicine, dentistry and small animal surgery, along with equine dentistry and medicine.
She shares her home with her dog Maple, and her cats Mango and Chester. In her spare time, she enjoys riding her horses, playing sports and camping.
Dr Mylia Richards graduated in 1989 from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Since graduating she has worked out of the Morden and Pembina Valley Veterinary Clinic in Pilot Mound, enjoying all aspects of veterinary medicine.
Dr Richards enjoys mentoring high school students with an interest in veterinary medicine and enjoys seeing them pursue a career in the animal field.
For years Mylia competed successfully with her Morgan Horses throughout Canada and the USA in the Hunter Jumper world and the Morgan Horse world. Currently Mylia and her husband Jason McLean of Pilot Mound enjoy watching their daughter Avery compete on the National and International competitive swimming scene, and visiting her at the University of Arkansas Little Rock where she is on an academic and swimming scholarship. As well, they have a Registered Simmental cattle farm and grain farm near Pilot Mound.