Promoting pet health and a strong human-animal bond through quality care and client education. Our location offers specialized services such as:
We make it easy to shop and save on your pet’s food and medications – no more phone calls, last-minute errands, or even written prescriptions!
Dr. Ashlee Andrews
In 2003, I graduated from the college of veterinary medicine at TAMU. I spent 14 years in emergency and critical care medicine in Houston and Albuquerque. During these years, I developed a passion for managing complicated acute illnesses, trauma and toxicities in both dogs and cats. In 2017 I joined the Eubank Animal Clinic and started the second half of my career as a general practitioner. Although emergency medicine still flows through my veins, I have developed a deep love for my current work and for the people I encounter daily. From my
fantastic colleagues and support staff to my beloved clients and their cherished pets- I thrive on the connections that I have formed. I have broadened my professional interests to include chronic disease management, pain management, geriatric care and feline medicine.
When not at work I am a traveler, a lover of all things wild, a fan of my beloved daughter and a slave to my own pets.
Dr. Carolyn N. Kincade was born and raised in a small farming community in southeastern Wisconsin. Dr. Kincade graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science microbiology degree in 1988 and a degree in veterinary medicine in 1992. She started her veterinary career with an internship in equine medicine and surgery. Dr. Kincade has been working in Albuquerque since 1995. She is also certified in veterinary acupuncture and chiropractic.
Dr. Kincade works as a veterinarian two days per week and three days a week she attends the Ryder Atelier, an art school in Santa Fe, N.M. She is studying drawing and oil painting of the figure and portrait. Dr. Kincade has been a pastel artist for eight years and lives on a small farm in Peralta, N.M.
Dr. Mary England
Dr. Mary England is a New Mexican native who has been working in veterinary hospitals since she was 16 years old. She has always had a home filled with furry and feathered friends. After attending veterinary school at Iowa State University, she then returned home to New Mexico to continue her career. She has practiced both emergency and general medicine although she has special interests in surgery, ultrasound imaging, and fear-free practice. She strives to provide families with education and support so their bond with their pets can continue to grow.
When not helping pets at work, Dr. England enjoys spending time with her three children, husband, and many pets.
Dr. Christa Lloyd was born in Colorado and grew up in the Pikes Peak area. For her undergraduate studies, Dr. Lloyd attended Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado where she studied Biology and was an active member of the local Search & Rescue team. Dr. Lloyd graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2011 with a combined Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and a Masters of Public Health. She moved to Albuquerque in 2016 and worked with
our sister practice, ABQ Mobile Vet, for 5 years before joining the team at Eubank Animal Clinic. Dr. Lloyd loves getting to know her patients and the ways they enrich the lives of their families. She has special interests in infectious diseases shared by animals & humans (zoonotic diseases), disaster medicine, behavior, and preventive care. Outside of work, Dr. Lloyd enjoys spending any time she can outdoors with her husband and two children– whether it’s hiking, running, skiing, rafting or just exploring. She’s also been known to pick up a sketchpad on occasion. They share their home with a 3-legged dog, two cats, and a betta fish.