Dr. Anita Glups graduated from SFU with a BSc in Biology. She received her DVM degree from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She then spent one year in New Haven, CT completing a private internship which included small animal medicine, surgery and emergency work.
Since 2000 she has been happy to be back working as a veterinarian in the Lower Mainland where she was born and grew up. Ever since she was a child growing up with her first German Shepherd dog, animals have been her passion and she knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. She has been blessed with having many pets throughout her life including 9 dogs, 4 cats, 4 cockatiels, and 2 hamsters. Over the years her interests have included small animal reproduction, internal medicine, dermatology, and dentistry. All of her children have had fur or feathers and she has a great appreciation of the human-animal bond as our pets are an important part of our families. She enjoys helping her patients live the healthiest lives they can and providing compassionate care for our special senior pets. She previously completed a course in fear free veterinary care and advocates for fear free training for animals. In her free time she enjoys outdoor fun with her Chocolate Lab Chili, reading on the couch with her cats Dory & Jacques, and doing continuing education to keep learning about the best care for our patients.