Dr. Daryl Meger, DVM - Owner
As a kid growing up in Regina, I always had a fascination with animals and science. Both my parents came from a farming background, and my continual exposure to both domestic and wildlife stimulated my interest in veterinary medicine.
After doing a Bachelor of science degree in biology and a brief spell in graduate school, I graduated in 1995 from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon. I took a job in a mixed practice after graduation where I worked the summer before as a student. With great mentorship, I gained a wide variety of experience with all kinds of animals, and became a partner in the clinic. After nearly a decade I decided to set up my own clinic, and very proud of the team we have created at Whitemud Creek.
I have been doing veterinary work for SCARS, a wonderful non-profit dog rescue group for 19 years. All of my furry pets have been rescues, and I am the current owner of a great SCARS rescue named Scarlet.
I have many hobbies, most of which happen in the outdoors. Fishing, hiking, motor biking, skiing, and gardening are some of the things I enjoy. My job allows me an opportunity to meet all kinds of people many walks of life, and many become life long friends. I feel very fortunate to have a career where I can impact the lives of people and their pets in a positive way.