Dr. Krc was raised in Prince George but spent much of his holiday time in Vancouver, and so feels like his youth was a tale of two cities: one of outdoor recreation, harsh weather, and resource-based economy, mixed with cafés, shopping centres and temperate big city living. After completing his Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Biology and Bachelor of Education in Secondary Science, Bill endeavoured to combine his love of animals and education with veterinary medicine. He spent most of the next thirteen years in Saskatchewan, completing his veterinary degree and supporting his partner, Kirsty, during her residency; they returned home to BC in 2013.
Currently, Bill spends most of his time at home, raising their two young children. For recreation, Bill enjoys amateur photography and has recently revisited mountain biking. He is finding the West Coast technical single-track to be a steep learning curve in contrast to the Interior and Plains cross-country biking he did before. As for family members with four feet, Bill currently has none, as his heart has not quite mended from the brilliance that Sheri (cat) and Josie (dog) shone on his life until recently. He does have his eyes open, however, knowing that mountain biking in the Pacific Northwest is not complete without a trail dog/cat to keep the groms in line, and that portrait photography is easier with these family members, as they generally are more cooperative with posing suggestions.
Bill enjoys practicing preventive care medicine with his feline and canine patients, so clients can maximise their time with their four-footed family members. His aim is to make his patients feel as comfortable as possible during their visit, and to perform procedures and exams with the utmost care and attention.