Board-certified Criticalist

Dr. Tiffany Jagodich


My Commitment To You

To our referring veterinarians, my commitment is to ensure your severely ill patients are treated in a critical care environment and that you remain a part of the patient care team as we try to alleviate the time of crisis.

To pet owners, my commitment is to provide critical care information and recommendations as we work together to choose a treatment plan that best fits with your family’s goals of care. I am committed to patient care and will ensure your pet feels at home throughout their time in our ICU.

– Dr. Tiffany Jagodich
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Dr. Tiffany Jagodich is a veterinary criticalist – a specialist in emergency and critical care medicine. Dr. Jagodich has an interest in respiratory medicine, and has completed a graduate degree investigating a novel oxygen support modality for use in dogs. Her research was centered on high-flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy in respiratory failure and post-anesthesia brachycephalic dog recoveries. She is dedicated to creating an intensive care unit that focuses on critical care for severely ill patients and that fosters a team-oriented, collaborative approach to medicine. She is responsible for overseeing care and stability of all patients in the ICU, and also accepts referrals for critically ill and injured patients. Dr. Jagodich’s clinical interests include: mechanical ventilation, high flow oxygen therapy, respiratory disease, acute kidney injury, trauma, and many other aspects of critical care medicine.

Dr. Jagodich joined the Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital family in October 2018, moving to BC from Guelph, Ontario. She thoroughly enjoys hiking, backcountry camping, climbing, yoga, health and wellness, and hopes to place an emphasis on employee well-being while building her service. She moved to BC with her two perfect cats, Seraphina & Sapphire. One of which is often a trouble maker.

Dr. Jagodich is committed to ensuring that critical care standards are maintained in the care of all Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital patients. This may included assistance in stabilization of patients prior to transport to our facility, as well while patients are hospitalized in our ICU. Dr. Jagodich is highly motivated to maintain open lines of communications between the entire care team, notably, our patients’ family veterinarians.


Board Certification
  • American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
  • University of Guelph, Bachelor of Science
  • Ontario Veterinary College, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery
  • Ontario Veterinary College, Doctorate of Veterinary Science
  • Ontario Veterinary College, Residency in Emergency and Critical Care
  • Small Animal Resident Abstract, Best Oral Presentation Recipient (2017 International Emergency and Critical Care Symposium, Nashville Tennessee)
  • Harry and Lorna Robbins Memorial Scholarship
  • Top Downloaded Paper 2018-2019 (Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care)
  • Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society
  • Veterinary Comparative Respiratory Society
  • Association of Veterinary Hematology & Transfusion Medicine

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