CW PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT STAFF
Christy MacKnight - Registered Veterinary Technician has worn different hats as a customer service worker before her graduation from Oulton’s College in 2004 and beginning her career in Veterinary medicine. After graduation she spent many years enjoying her time in family veterinary medicine in the Moncton/Riverview area, caring for all sorts of animals, from mice to horses.
After briefly stepping away from Veterinary Medicine in 2017, to pursue a career within the travel industry, Christy joined the CullenWebb Team in 2018 part-time. Christy began working full-time at CullenWebb in 2020.
Christy has a variety of animals of her own including her dog Brooke, miniature goat Glory, sheep Shawney, several Morgan Horses, miniature horses, Evie the cat and her other feline friends.
Emma Berry - Veterinary Assistant -
Emma grew up in Springhill Nova Scotia. After high school she decided to move to New Brunswick to take the Vet Assistant course at Oulton College, graduating in June 2021.
Emma has a passion for both animals and eyes. After graduation Emma began working at CullenWebb Animal Eye Specialists, combining her two passions.
When not at work Emma enjoys spending her time with her cat Cheech and hamster Timothy.
Taylor Weston – Registered Veterinary Technician
Taylor believes in advocating for the health and wellbeing of animals. Taylor grew up in Fundy National Park. She always enjoys being in nature, and being by the ocean. Photography is something Taylor loves, and she feels it is easy to take up the hobby when living in such a beautiful place.
Taylor has had a passion for animals since she was very young. Growing up, her aunt would rescue all different kinds of animals, and that is where Taylor’s passion for animals arose. Taylor graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Oulton College in 2019. Since graduation, Taylor has worked in emergency medicine, general practice and has volunteered her time participating in canine blood drives. Taylor joins the CullenWebb team, further developing her veterinary medical knowledge and skills.