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Dr. Shelley Hustins, DVM

Dr. Hustins spent her early years growing up in Bedford, NS, where her parents bred

Labrador Retrievers.  Later her family moved to a farm in Hants County where they

had Hereford Cattle.  Shelley’s interest and compassion for animals goes back as far

as she can remember.  Her Grandfather was the first Veterinarian to practice in West

Texas.  Shelley spent a lot of time with him and he helped her realize her passion for

veterinary medicine.

Dr. Hustins went to the Nova Scotia Agriculture College from high school to study the pre-veterinary medicine/animal science program.  After completing the two year program, she went on to Guelph, Ontario, where she graduated in 1987 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Ontario Veterinary College.  She joined Cornwallis Veterinarian in 1988 and has been enjoying the practice of small animal medicine ever since.  In 2005, Dr Hustins became a partner in the business. Shelley has done many pencil sketches of her two children, Alyssa and Jamie.  In 2009, the children’s book “No Room” was published for which she illustrated 18 colorful drawings.  This is a heartwarming story about a cat that is caught out in a snowstorm one Christmas Eve, the story was written by Dr Peter Riddle. Outside of work, Shelly enjoys an active lifestyle and has been involved in community and church volunteer work.
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Dr. Hustins spent her early years growing up in Bedford, NS, where her

parents bred Labrador Retrievers.  Later her family moved to a farm in

Hants County where they had Hereford Cattle.  Shelley’s interest and

compassion for animals goes back as far as she can remember.  Her

Grandfather was the first Veterinarian to practice in West Texas.  Shelley

spent a lot of time with him and he helped her realize her passion for

veterinary medicine.

Dr. Hustins went to the Nova Scotia Agriculture College from high school to study the pre- veterinary medicine/animal science program.  After completing the two year program, she went on to Guelph, Ontario, where she graduated in 1987 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Ontario Veterinary College.  She joined Cornwallis Veterinarian in 1988 and has been enjoying the practice of small animal medicine ever since.  In 2005, Dr Hustins became a partner in the business. Shelley has done many pencil sketches of her two children, Alyssa and Jamie.  In 2009, the children’s book “No Room” was published for which she illustrated 18 colorful drawings.  This is a heartwarming story about a cat that is caught out in a snowstorm one Christmas Eve, the story was written by Dr Peter Riddle. Outside of work, Shelly enjoys an active lifestyle and has been involved in community and church volunteer work.
Dr. Shelley Hustins, DVM
Dr. Shelley Hustins, DVM
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Dr. Hustins spent her

early years growing up

in Bedford, NS, where

her parents bred

Labrador Retrievers. 

Later her family moved

to a farm in Hants

County where they had Hereford Cattle. 

Shelley’s interest and compassion for

animals goes back as far as she can

remember.  Her Grandfather was the first

Veterinarian to practice in West Texas. 

Shelley spent a lot of time with him and he

helped her realize her passion for veterinary

medicine.

Dr. Hustins went to the Nova Scotia Agriculture College from high school to study the pre- veterinary medicine/animal science program.  After completing the two year program, she went on to Guelph, Ontario, where she graduated in 1987 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Ontario Veterinary College.  She joined Cornwallis Veterinarian in 1988 and has been enjoying the practice of small animal medicine ever since.  In 2005, Dr Hustins became a partner in the business. Shelley has done many pencil sketches of her two children, Alyssa and Jamie.  In 2009, the children’s book “No Room” was published for which she illustrated 18 colorful drawings.  This is a heartwarming story about a cat that is caught out in a snowstorm one Christmas Eve, the story was written by Dr Peter Riddle. Outside of work, Shelly enjoys an active lifestyle and has been involved in community and church volunteer work.
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