Dr. Jenny Skific achieved a Bachelor of Science at the Augustana University College in Camrose Alberta. While there she decided to become a veterinarian and then attended The Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon. She graduated in the spring of 2005.
While obtaining her veterinary degree, she went on many adventures around the world. In 2003 she spent 3 months in the North West Territories wilderness doing research on Doll Sheep Lung Parasites. During that time she survived with only one other person and no electricity or running water. In the winter of 2005 she spent a month in Uganda doing wildlife veterinary care. There she had the opportunity to work with the chimpanzees, lions, kob (a deer-like species), water buffalo, hyenas and native cattle with horns as long as she is tall.
Dr. Skific shares her life with her wonderful husband Morrie, their beautiful daughter Tana, adorable son Ryker, 3 cats “Holly”, ‘Mooey” and ‘George” and 2 overgrown puppies “Mia” and “Rosie”. She has plenty of room in her heart for more.