Serving Edmonton & Stony PlainHistory of the Clinic

Yellowhead Veterinary Clinic has been keeping pets healthy in Stony Plain, Alberta since 1992. The clinic has grown every year since its inception. As our clientele grows we have added more staff and more equipment to better serve our patients.  The Yellowhead Veterinary Clinic currently hosts two veterinarians, three registered veterinary technicians, one office manager, and six receptionists/support staff.

Yellowhead Veterinary Clinic looks forward to providing many more years of service to our existing and future clients and their furry friends!

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Dr. Doornenbal

Dr. Kendra Doornenbal graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon in 2007. She spent her first year in practice as a mixed animal veterinarian taking care of farm and pet animals. Since 2008 she has practiced small animal and emergency medicine.

Dr. Doornenbal joined the Yellowhead Veterinary Clinic in August of 2013.  In June of 2018, Kendra purchased the clinic and is enjoying her new role as business owner!  Kendra loves to spend her free time in the outdoors camping, hiking and at the lake with her family and her labrador, Penny.

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Dr. Molnar

Dr. Crystal Molnar grew up in Grande Prairie, AB.  Crystal graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon in 2006. She has worked in various practices – as a mixed animal veterinarian, a small animal/exotics veterinarian, and a mobile veterinarian.  She also owns her own business, Veterinary Integrated Care Services.

As our resident locum veterinarian, Dr. Molnar joined the Yellowhead Veterinary Clinic in July of 2018. As a Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Practitioner, Crystal provides our clinic with various alternative medicine treatment options for our clients.  She is also our exotic animal veterinarian, and welcomes your pocket pets, rabbits, birds and reptiles.  In her spare time, Crystal is working on her Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine from the CHI Institute in Florida.  She likes to spend time with her dog Phenyx, her two cats, Yeti and Gryffin, and her rabbit Pyxie.

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