Dr. Cambier knew from a young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian. Her parents both work in the human medical field and inspired her to follow her passion for animals. She began her schooling at Auburn University in Alabama and fell in love with all things veterinary medicine—as well as all things ‘Southern’ (especially college football). She continued her education at the Atlantic Veterinary College on Prince Edward Island and graduated with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2018.
In her free time, Dr. Cambier enjoys cooking, rooting on her alma mater’s Auburn University Tigers, and exploring Nova Scotia’s gorgeous scenery with her partner, Seth. They have a beagle, Nina, and two sweet cats, Nala, and Bo Jackson.
Four paws is absolutely awesome! We just moved from out of province and our dog got sick they took us…
Many people don’t realize that onions and garlic are toxic to pets. It is so sparsely known that garlic powder is actually a dangerously common ingredient in some homemade dog treat recipes found online. They are also very common ingredients in many different dishes that we humans love to make, so we need to be extra careful to not allow our pets to ingest anything containing these ingredients. No more licking the plate for Fido and Fluffy!