Tyson Bull B.Sc., DVM
Dr. Bull is a Member of the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia (CVBC) and Association of Bovine Practitioners. You will also see his name on the Penticton High School wall of fame.
Dr. Bull actively continues his veterinary education attending numerous continuing education seminars, lectures and conventions.
Dr. Bull was born and raised in Penticton. He is married to his high school sweetheart Shannon and they have two daughters Megan and Lauren. His home life is truly a “Family Affair” with their two pug crosses Buffy and Abby and their three legged border collie Snip.
Dr .Bull has volunteered as a councillor at Camp Good Times -a camp dedicated to support children with Cancer. As a childhood cancer survivor himself he is uniquely able to support these children. He enjoys woodworking, skiing (both snow and water), fishing and canoeing.
John Cruickshank B.Sc. (Agr.), M.Sc., DVM:
Prior to joining the Anderson Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Cruickshank practiced for 15 years in North Vancouver. In 2004, Dr. Cruickshank moved to Penticton to join his friend and colleague Dr. Tyson Bull at the Anderson Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Cruickshank is a Member of the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia (CVBC), Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) and Society of British Columbia Veterinarians. He served for five years as a council member for CVBC, including two years as their president.
Dr. Cruickshank also actively continues his veterinary education attending numerous continuing education seminars, lectures and conventions.
Dr. Cruickshank is married to his best friend Lyndi. They have a son Garrett and daughter Madilynn. They also have a wild miniature dachshund named Finnegan and a rescue cat named Shadow who rules their home.
In his spare time Dr. Cruickshank enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He also enjoys his motorcycle (Buttercup), boating, hockey, skiing, tennis, fishing and golf (sometimes).
Carlie Petrisor B.Sc., DVM:
Dr. Petrisor is a Member of the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia (CVBC) and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA).
Dr. Petrisor looks forward to furthering her veterinary education by attending continuing education seminars, lectures and conventions. She is especially interested in furthering her knowledge in ultrasound and cardiology.
Dr. Petrisor is married to her wonderful husband Travis. They have two cats named Molly and and Kneil-Duncan who keep them well entertained.
Dr. Petrisor likes to run half marathons and adventure races, play volleyball, wakeboard, snowboard and travel.