Dr. Raceeta MacKenzie

  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Simon Fraser University

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) - Ontario Veterinary College, 2012

  • Additional post-graduate courses:

    • Basic and advanced orthopedic techniques - Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre, 2012 & 2014​

    • Basic course in Veterinary Acupuncture - International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, 2015

    • Basic and advanced training in canine physical rehabilitation and hydrotherapy -  Canine Rehabilitation Institute, 2018- present

Dr. Raceeta has a passion for helping pets with mobility issues, and she most enjoys performing manual therapy (using her hands to combine various techniques adapted from the human health fields of massage, chiropractic, acupressure, and physiotherapy) to help pets at any stage of life move better. From puppies who are developing and learning how to use their bodies, to seniors who are slowing down, canine athletes who need to stay in shape, and any injury or degenerative mobility issue in between, she can help pets reach their peak physical condition at any age.

Dr.  Yen Adamenkova

  • Doctor of Medicine (DVM)- Western University, 2009

  • Additional post-graduate courses:

    • Veterinary Acupuncture (CVA) - Chi Institute, 2011

    • Instrument-assisted orthopedic manipulation (CVC) - International Association of Veterinary Chiropractitioners, 2015

    • Aroma Acupoint Therapy - Snow Lotus Aromatherapy, 2017

    • Veterinary Tui-na (CVTP) - Chi Institute, 2017

    • TCVM Food Therapy (CVFT) - Chi Institute, 2019

    • Traditional Chinese Veterinary Herbal Therapy (CVCH) - Chi Institute, 2019

Dr. Yen is a lifelong learner who continues to pursue advanced training in holistic modalities and is well versed in laser therapy, essential oil therapy, gemmotherapy, Bach flower essences, and ozone therapy for pets. She is passionate about using a balanced and integrative approach to maximize health and promote natural healing. She believes that the body is amazing and that by providing good nutrition along with natural, holistic modalities as well as proper exercise and emotional support optimal wellness and health can be achieved.

Dr. Vaneesa Flores

  • Veterinary Medical Doctor (VMD) - University of Pennsylvania, 2006

  • Additional post graduate courses completed at the Chi Institute:

    • Veterinary Acupunture (CVA) - 2013​

    • TCVM Food Therapy (CVFT) -2014

    • Traditional Chinese Veterainry Herbal Therapy (CVCH) - 2017

    • Veterinary Tui-na (CVTP)- 2019

    • Canine Rehabilitation (CCRV) -pending 2022

Dr. Flores enjoys working with geriatric patients. This often means improving mobility, but she can also advise on medicine and oncology. Her practice is focused on complementary medicine, such as adding prescribed exercise, laser, and herbs to your family veterinarians foundational primary care.




Tel. 778-955-7297

6280  202 Street Unit 1, 
Langley, BC

V2Y 1N2



Monday-Thursday 10:00 - 7:00

Friday 10:00 - 6:00

Saturday 9:00 - 4:00 


6280  202 Street Unit 1, 
Langley, BC


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