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Corinna Yuill

Client Service Representative

I started at the clinic in June 2017. I have always been interested in all different types of animals and as a little girl, I wanted to work in a zoo. I started working in the veterinary field in Edmonton, Alberta and found a passion within myself. Not only was this passion to help the pets, but to be a shoulder to cry on for owners, as well as help owners with all different kinds of problems. I am most interested in knowledge and seek it all the time, love learning something new to share with owners and team members.

What I love about my job is being a part of a large team with so many passionate caring people, that you just can't find at most places of work. I also love all the fur-babies! My favourite thing about Riverview Animal Hospital is how much everyone is involved in the overall well being of all the pets, big and small. Being an emergency hospital open 24-7 we are always busy and I love it!

Fun fact about me is that I am afraid of heights, however, I faced my fear and went Skydiving twice. My first pet was a dog named Ginger when I was young, but we also had two rabbits, Hopper and Thumper. I have always loved pets and working in the field gave me the opportunity to have many animals. I have owned five ferrets: Fritz, Bandit, Tazz, Spud, and Spy. My first dog of my own was a three-pound Chihuahua named Striker and then it was Keida and Sammy who are both Golden Retrievers, followed by Cora, a big yellow Labrador. My heart wasn't filled yet, as I got my first cat Furby from the Moncton S.P.C.A. The last cat I adopted was at Riverview Animal Hospital, his name is Andre the Giant.


Rebecca Schofield Community Event

Riverview Animal Hospital helped last week to build the Rebecca Schofield All World Super Play Park. It was a huge community event with over 2, 583 volunteers that built a giant accessible playground for all of Greater Moncton's Children to enjoy. Rebecca Schofield is Riverview New Brunswick's international celebrity. In 2016, at 16 years old Rebecca became ill, what was thought to be the flu turn into a diagnosis of Brain Cancer. In the short time before her death in 2018, Rebecca started a global movement, by inspiring people around the world to simply be kind to one another. Her hashtag #beccatoldmeto is to this day still seen all over the world as people perform random acts of kindness. Her legacy lives on making the world a better place one act of kindness at a time. We were very proud to be able to do our small part in helping to build the playground. We know that Becca's legacy will carry on for years to come, and I know the team at RAH will think of her every time we see the smiles of children as they play on their new beautiful playground. Written by: Riverview Animal Hospital  

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