At Mountain View Veterinary Hospital we have brought together an experienced and highly qualified team, who are committed to providing quality care for your pets and exceptional customer service.

Dr. Renee Ferguson


Dr. Renee Ferguson feels privileged to have been caring for pets since 1998. Born and raised in the Okanagan, Dr. Ferguson completed her BSc at the University of Victoria and obtained her Veterinary degree from Ross University. She loves getting to know each client and pet, and realizes that each family is unique. Dr Ferguson believes that pets are members of the family and should be treated with dignity and compassion throughout their life. When not at work, she can be found enjoying the West Coast with her family, including her rescue cat Izzy and dog Maple.

Dr. Anita Yee


Born and raised in Coquitlam, Dr. Anita Yee received a Bachelor of Agroecology from UBC and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Saskatchewan in 2013. She did Emergency Medicine and animal rescue work in Michigan for 3 years before coming back home.  Dr. Yee has special interest in dog training and behaviour, dabbling in disc dog competitions, scent training, bikejoring and agility. Away from work she enjoys spending time with her human family, her dogs Nimble, Flint (pictured) and Nana, and her cat Maestro on their hobby farm.

Dr. Celina Nagra


Dr. Nagra always loved animals and connecting with people so that's why becoming a veterinarian was always her dream. Born and raised in right here in Surrey, Dr. Celina Nagra completed her BSc. with a minor in Agriculture from the University of Alberta and earned her DVM from Ross University. When not at work she enjoys spending time with her family (including her senior doggo Indie!), exploring Vancouver's outdoor activities and relaxing at home.

Dr. Thisuri Eagalle


Dr. Thisuri Eagalle has been an animal lover and animal advocate since she was little. She grew up with animal loving parents who instilled their care and passion for animals into her from a very young age. Thisuri grew up in Toronto, ON and received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Guelph before attending the Ontario Veterinary College.  Her special interests include preventive medicine, dentistry, surgery and Dr. Eagalle is Recover CPR Certified. Outside of the clinic, Thisuri enjoys the outdoors and exploring all that BC has to offer with her 9 year old Australian Shepherd named Ozzy.

Dr. Katelyn Behm


Dr. Katelyn Behm received her BSc from the University of British Columbia, going on to earn her DVM from Ross University and attending Cornell University for her clinical training.  Since graduating, Katelyn has worked in both general practice and emergency medicine, and has a keen interest in surgery. Having served as a member of multiple committees for the American Veterinary Medical Association, including their Animal Welfare Committee, Dr. Behm is passionate about how veterinary medicine can make a positive impact in our community. Outside of work, Katelyn enjoys hot yoga, cycling, and hiking with her coconut retriever, Olivia.



Brie has been working in veterinary medicine for over 10 years, including 2 years with a board certified mobile radiologist. She is a Certified Pet Nutrition Advisor and is currently working on achieving her Level 2 certification. Brie has fostered over 15 dogs and puppies for local rescues, including her 10 year-old pup named Ryder who she foster-failed. When not at work Brie enjoys the outdoors and watching movies. 


Registered Veterinary Technologist

Born and raised in Cloverdale, Taylor wanted to work with animals for as long as she can remember. She worked and volunteered at the SPCA for six years, and has been volunteering with Langley Animal Protection Society for over six years. If Taylor looks familiar to our MV clients, it is because she worked at Mountain View as a Student Assistant before heading to Thompson Rivers University to study Animal Health Technology. During her time in Kamloops she worked at the Kamloops SPCA spay and neuter clinic, and did emergency on-call for a year. In her spare time Taylor enjoys reading in the sun, musicals, concerts and cuddling with her cats and dogs.


Registered Veterinary Technologist

Animals have been a part of Melanie’s life ever since she can remember. In 2015, Melanie began volunteering at the local cat shelter C.A.R.E.S., which lead her to gain interest in veterinary medicine. Melanie became a Veterinary Assistant in 2016, and has since graduated from the Veterinary Technology Program at Douglas College in June 2020. Through working in the industry, Melanie became a “foster-fail” with her canine companion Beau, which she enjoys taking on hikes and to the park. Melanie also enjoys camping, traveling and playing competitive women’s softball.


Registered Veterinary Technologist

Born in Colorado but raised in Washington state, Mara has been in training to become a crazy cat lady since the age of three. Upon acquiring a FIV-positive cat named Winston (may he rest in peace), she became interested in veterinary medicine and earned her associate’s in veterinary technology at Pima Medical Institute. She has worked in general practice, emergency medicine, and specialty, but GP has a special place in her heart thanks to the lasting relationships with clients and patients alike. Outside of the veterinary world, Mara can usually be found with her nose in a book and a glass of craft beer in her hand.


Registered Veterinary Technologist

Hailing from beautiful Prince Edward Island, Ren is a graduate of Dalhousie University’s Veterinary Technician Program. Ren has always wanted to work with animals and loves making a positive impact on the quality of care animals get both physically and emotionally. Fear Free is very important to them, especially for our less understood feline patients. Outside of work Ren occasionally freelances as a digital artist, and also enjoys gardening, gaming, long boarding and can frequently be found playing Dungeons and Dragons.


Veterinary Assistant

Kelsi grew up in Cloverdale and started volunteering at a cat shelter in 2009. She graduated from West Coast College Veterinary Assistant Program in 2012 and has worked in general practice ever since. Kelsi has a special for wildlife rescue, in 2015 she did a 2 month internship in Nova Scotia at a large wildlife rehabilitation and rescue. Kelsi has a rescue tabby cat named Dagney Taggart and when not caring for critters, she loves crocheting and camping.


Veterinary Assistant

For as long as she can remember, Kyla has wanted to work with animals.  In fact, she recently found a 'what do you want to be when you grow up' paper from kindergarten saying she wanted  to be a Vet Assistant! Kyla graduated from the Veterinary Office and Animal Care Program at Douglas College in 2016 and joined our team in 2019. Away from work, Kyla enjoy’s playing with her dogs Nyla and Kiya, cooking, playing video games, camping, hiking and traveling. In the future, Kyla's plan is to become a Veterinary Technologist


Veterinary Assistant

Josie has always loved animals and has grown up with labs. She completed the Veterinary Assistant Program at Douglas College in 2017. Since graduating, Josie has worked in general practice and at specialty referral hospitals as client liaison and as a referral coordinator. Outside of work, Josie loves spending time outdoors with her dog Linus, and is currently completing her yoga teacher training.


Veterinary Assistant

All her life, Maggie has had a soft spot for animals. As a child, she was always rescuing bees, helping turtles cross roads and even being a “foster mom” to a litter of baby mice. She was drawn to the veterinary profession because of her love of medicine and the opportunity to make a difference. Outside the clinic, Maggie loves canoeing, camping, dabbling in woodworking and trying new things. She has two dogs, Hercules and Cleo, and two cats, Ninja and Luna.


Veterinary Assistant

Growing up, Beth developed a habit of bringing home stray cats from the park across the street. A graduate of the Douglas College Veterinary Assistant program, Beth enjoys building relationships with clients and their pets. She also loves keeping up to date on innovations in veterinary medicine and intends on pursuing her RVT designation. In her free time, Beth likes kayaking, hiking and snowshoeing, but she also prizes quiet time with a glass of wine and good book.  She has two cats, a black cat named Lux and a senior cat named Simon whom she rescued from the park.

Born and raised in BC, Dr. Renee Ferguson has practiced for over 16 years in a variety of different small animal hospitals, and taught Accredited Health Technologist and Veterinary Assistance courses at local colleges.

Mountain View Veterinary Hospital is a small-animal veterinary practice serving the communities of Langley, Surrey, White Rock and the Fraser Valley. We are a fully equipped, full-service animal hospital offering preventive, medical, surgical and dental care for your cats and dogs.

We have an experienced and highly qualified team, who are committed to providing quality care for your pets with a special focus on customer service.