Education: University of Saskatchewan, College of Veterinary Medicine, 1976
Dr. Jim Randall graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1976. Since then, he has become a highly respected surgeon, colleague and veterinary practitioner. Jim is the previous and first owner of Airport Animal Hospital, along with his wife Laurie Randall.
Dr. Jim Randall is committed to educating his clients and the community through school tours and media appearances. He previously had his own monthly television and radio spots and a weekly column in the local newspaper.
Dr. Jim Randall served on the CVMA Communications Committee for four years. He is one of the founding members of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine’s Companion Animal Health Fund’s advisory board. Jim was also instrumental in establishing the Companion Animal Health Fund’s memorial program that encourages western Canadian veterinarians to honor the lives of their clients’ pets by making donations to the Fund. He is one of the founding members of the Regina Academy of Small Animal Practitioners and was instrumental in forming the shared on-call rotation of Regina veterinarians. For his lifetime commitment to the veterinary profession, Jim was awarded the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association’s 2008 Small Animal Practitioner of the Year Award from Dr. Lynn Webster Executive Director of Pet Secure Pet Health Insurance at the CVMA Convention in Vancouver B.C. in July 2008 (as photographed).
Through his dedication and commitment to provide the highest level of veterinary care, Dr. Jim Randall became the main emergent and routine health care provider for the Regina City Police and Regina RCMP Canine units over 30 years ago! This legacy continues today as you will routinely see a working or retired police dog visit the clinic.
Suppliers and clients of Airport Animal Hospital have nothing but the very best to say about Dr. Randall. Many of his clients affectionately refer to him as “Dr. Jim” and his staff members say he is the best boss, mentor, friend and supporter that anyone could ever hope for.