Dr. Tai-Hung Chen
Dr. Chen is an accomplished veterinarian whose journey spans continents and expertise runs deep. With a Biochemistry degree from SFU in 2008 and a subsequent graduation from Massey University in New Zealand, he has been practicing veterinary medicine in Canada since 2014.
Sophia has cherished the companionship of animals, a passion that has endured throughout her life. During her free time, she embarks on journeys to capture the beauty of wildlife through her photography.
Veterinary Assistant & Vet student
Vicky was born in Taipei, Taiwan and grew up in Vancouver. Her passion for animals drove her to take on various experiences at small animal clinics, shelters, research facilities, zoos and farms. Among these, she has enjoyed her time working at Noble Paw since 2017. After graduating from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Animal Biology degree, Vicky is currently completing the DVM program at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and is due to graduate in 2027. In her spare time, Vicky enjoys swimming and travelling with friends.
General Manager & RVT
Graduated from TRU (Thompson Rivers University), and since 2018, Anita has been working as a veterinary technician, a role that she cherishes deeply. Her love for animals has been a prominent part of her life since childhood, influencing not just her career choice, but also her personal life.
Rebecca serves as a receptionist at Noble Paw, where she has been an integral part of the team since 2020. As a University of Victoria psychology graduate, she stands out as the only extrovert in the hospital, often found engaging in lively chats with clients, pets, and staff.
From Sichuan, China, a passionate animal lover with two cats and a dog at home, this individual possesses a degree in Communication from SFU.
Embracing the role of an administrative assistant at Noble Paw, she cherishes moments of exploration and connection, and often works behind the scenes. Yet, she plays an important role in producing documentation for the organization.
Always attentive to customer experience, she ensures that the front door is clean and welcoming. Her love for animals extends into her daily life, and she's known for her enjoyment of spicy food and travel.
Her contributions not only enhance the operational efficiency but also add a touch of warmth to the overall environment.
Customer Experience Manager
Ian started working in Noble Paw Veterinary as a Veterinary Assistant in 2019. Since then, he has devoted majority of his time here caring and supporting our patients, continuously refining his skills and knowledge to help those in need.
Veterinary Technician & RVT
The calling for the care of animals started with his degree of Wildlife Ecology and Management in UBC. He then journeyed to Ontario and northern part of BC to further his education and love for the furry friends. A graduate of TRUs Animal Health Program, he joined the Noble Paw Team in 2019
Cindy is the newest member of our team! Having been a wonderful owner of an adorable cat named Sixteen, she decided to leap into the veterinary field full of passion and eagerness to cherish and care for other loving pets!
Mobile Services & Locums
These are some wonderful veterinarians that often collaborates with us on an as-needed basis!
While they are not direct employees of Noble Paw Veterinary, we are always thrilled to spend time with them!
Dr. Cecilia is a California native who followed her passion for veterinary medicine all the way to the University of Glasgow. Now in Canada, she combines her love for outdoor activities with her commitment to compassionate care. She specializes in supporting pet owners during challenging times and is a proud part of a clinic that values exceptional service.
Dr. Gigi Wing Chi Lin
Dr. Gigi Lin is a board-certified poultry specialist and locum veterinarian with a deep passion for both poultry and small animal care. Holding degrees from the University of British Columbia and the University of Saskatchewan.
Born and raised in Ukraine, Dr. Eugene initially embarked on a career as an Electrical Mining Engineer before deciding to pivot towards veterinary medicine. He is a proud graduate of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, class of 1999.