Hospital assistant manager has years of experience in animal welfare.
Ayala Dafni Friman is a vet technician and Assistant Manager of the RAPS Animal Hospital.
She holds a B.Sc. in Animal Science from the Faculty of Agriculture, Hebrew University, and a diploma in Animal Assisted Therapy.
Ayala has more than three years’ experience as head manager of a pet store chain and more than five years’ experience as head manager at a veterinarian hospital in Israel. In all, she has more than 13 years of experience as a vet technician.
Ayala grew up mostly in Israel, but also in Holland and Spain. She moved with her husband, son and their three-legged dog to Canada from Israel on August 2020.
When not working, Ayala enjoys spending time travelling and seeing new places with her family.
“Nothing more important than family!” she says.
Suite 205 - 13340 Smallwood Place
Richmond, BC V6V 1W8
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Regional Animal Protection Society
Regional Animal Protection Society (RAPS) is a no-kill animal services agency that operates what is now Canada's largest cat sanctuary.
Charitable Registration No. 89073 3777 RR0001
The RAPS Animal Hospital is a program of the Regional Animal Protection Society.
Regional Animal Protection Society is not overseen by Government or a Crown corporation and is in no way similar to provincial health authorities and their regional facilities.