We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.
Dr. Gurpreet Bath
DVM, MVSc (medicine), CCRT,
Veterinarian, Practice Owner
Dr. Gurpreet Bath graduated as a veterinarian in September 1997 from Punjab Agricultural University (University PAU.), Ludhiana, India. He completed his post graduation in Veterinary Medicine in 2001. In the rural areas of Punjab, India he practiced on both large and small animals for six years before immigrating to Canada.
Now Dr. Bath has been practicing veterinary medicine in Canada for over fourteen years. Over time, he has upgraded his knowledge in soft tissue surgery, orthopedic surgery, ultrasonography, dentistry, endoscopy, regenerative medicine, and physiotherapy. He is also a certified canine rehabilitation therapist (CCRT).
Besides his interest in veterinary medicine, he enjoys spending his free time running, horseback riding, biking, travelling, and teaching. He is a avid storyteller.
Dr. Gurpreet Passi
After Dr. Passi graduated from Punjab Agricultural University (University PAU.) in 2008, he started practicing as a small animal vet in Lethbridge, AB. After practicing at multiple hospitals in the US and Canada, he fell in love with Langley’s family-friendly atmosphere.
Dr. Passi has a passion for small animals, and it can be shown in his dedication to the practice. When the hospital has a quieter day, he can be found with his nose in a textbook furthering his knowledge.
When not at work, his daughter keeps him on his toes. Bani is also an animal lover (both her parents are veterinarians!), and has been waiting for her very own cat.
Kim has been working with animals throughout her life, and has a passion for cats, dogs, and horses. She has been in the veterinary field for over forty years in one capacity or another. Kim can often be seen at the local dog shows exhibiting her Keeshonden (a fluffy dog breed).
This is one of Kim’s dogs.
Connie has been a technician at Willowbrook Animal Hospital for over thirteen years. She loves working at the clinic and it shows in her hard work and dedication. Connie graduated in Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine at Central Luzon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in the Philippines. She practiced for ten years in a Small Animal practice before coming to Canada. Her favourite part of her job is assisting Doctor Bath with surgical work, especially orthopaedics.
In her free time, she enjoys listening to music and cooking. Sometimes she cooks her famous “tansit noodles” for staff events at the clinic. Thank you Connie!
Vivian went to the University of the Fraser Valley’s Veterinary Administrative Assistant Certificate before joining the family at Willowbrook Animal Hospital. We are proud to be the start of her Veterinary journey, and look forward to helping her reach her goal of becoming an Equine Veterinary Technician. While Vivian doesn’t have any companion animals of her own, she is waiting for her opportunity to adopt a rescue greyhound.
Receptionist / Technician’s Assistant
Tracey has been working and volunteering with animals for ten years, and has spent four years working in veterinary clinics. She is currently completing her pre-veterinary studies and Bachelor of Science at Simon Fraser University.
Prior to joining our family, Jaqueline had volunteered with Langley Animal Protection Society and knew she wanted to be in a career where she could express her love of animals. Jaqueline has been an important member of Willowbrook Animal Hospital ever since. Dr. Bath and her can often be found on Sunday runs together, as he tries to convince her to go sky diving. Wish her luck as she applies for Vet Tech school in the fall! We’re confident she will bring her great values into the veterinary industry.
This is Jaqueline’s favourite hiking partner.
Driven by her love of animals, Dominique has been in the animal industry for over five years. Whether through working as a veterinary assistant or volunteering to help pit bulls find homes, Dominque strives to help animals. This must run in the family, as her one year old son also loves spending time with their two dogs and four cats. As Dominque gains experience at Willowbrook Animal Hospital, she prepares herself for Veterinary Technician training.
Jamie has owned pets all her life, whether it is dogs, cats, fish, and bunnies. Most surprisingly, she has even rescued a squirrel! Jamie’s 2019 trip to Australia was a huge life experience, and most importantly, it made her realize she should enjoy her career. After arriving back in Canada, she became a Veterinary Assistant to apply her love of pets to her work-life. As she learns more about pet care from Willowbrook Animal Hospital, she is looking forward to becoming a Veterinary Technician.