Who We Are
Our goal at Trans-Canada Pet Wellness Clinic is to provide your pet with the best possible care and services. Our doctors are able to perform annual examinations, vaccinations, and treatment for routine health problems. Depending on the severity of your pet's illness, we may refer you to another facility where X-rays or hospitalization can be provided for your pet.
Dr. Bill Golbeck
With his 3 adult children following their own ambitions, Bill now spends his spare time with his partner Tatjana and their two cats Joey and Lucy. Raised in Ontario and graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1983, Bill was drawn to the west. After a brief time with a local mixed practice in Ontario, he moved to Calgary, working emergency shifts and day locums while exploring the mountains in his time off. Bill and his wife Tatjana started the Westmount Animal Clinic in 1989 and eventually sold it in 2018. After a short transition period/retirement, he is grateful and delighted to be able to see pets again and continue practicing at various clinics.
Dr. Ashley Hawley
Dr. Ashley Hawley grew up in Cochrane, AB and knew she wanted to work with animals from a young age. After high school she went on to attend the University of Calgary where she obtained a BSc in Zoology. She attended veterinary school at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, SK and graduated in 2009. Following this she joined a busy small animal practice in Regina, SK but after a year there decided it was time to move back home to Alberta. She has been practicing small animal medicine in Calgary since 2010. Ashley has always had a special interest in surgery but enjoys the many different aspects of veterinary practice and interacting with pets and pet owners.
In her free time Ashley enjoys reading, yoga, camping, puzzles and spending time with her husband and daughter. She has a lovely orange tabby named Oscar.
Meet Our Staff
Brittany Gushue is an accomplished veterinary technologist, artist, explorer, and animal welfare advocate. Through her visionary perspective, she has been able to work internationally with various animal rescue organizations and veterinary teams on spay and neuter clinics and wildlife rehabilitation projects, she has a keen interest in elevating veterinary care to areas in need and ensuring the best care possible for her patients. When not working Brittany enjoys spending time with her family hiking in the beautiful mountains that surround Calgary.
Born and raised in Calgary, Jayme has always had a passion for animals, and since entering the veterinary medicine world in 2021, her passion has only grown stronger. In her free time, she’s either relaxing at home, binge watching the latest top ranking shows, or hanging out with friends and family. With her dog Coda, her cats Rocky and Polly, and her guinea pigs Hershey and Hazelnut, there’s no shortage of love and fur at home.
Born and raised in Calgary, Mackenzie attended the VTA Program at Olds College in 2019, and has since been working in the veterinary industry. Her passion for animals began as a kid, where she would help her grandmother groom all sorts of poodles. In her free time, Mackenzie enjoys spending quality time with her family dog, Daisy, watching horror movies and going out with her friends. With her two cats, Smarties and Mars, at home, there’s lots of love to go around.