Dr. Robinson came
to join the team of Uncas Veterinary Clinic in June of 2016. After graduating
from WCVM in 2004 Kim and her husband Joel, also a veterinarian, moved to
Sherwood Park and have practiced locally since. Kim is a passionate and devoted veterinarian
who has spent many years practicing in both regular practices, physical rehabilitation hospitals and emergency clinics. She loves that her job allows her to continue
learning every day, allowing her to become the best doctor she can be. Outside
of the clinic Kim enjoys running and hiking, she has participated in many
different running events over the past few years. At home she enjoys knitting
and crocheting while sharing her space with her Flat Coated Retriever (Freya),
her 3 cats ( Adi, Simon & Dhira), 2 guinea pigs ( Petunia & Lily) and
an African Red Bellied Parrot (Rocky).
She graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. After working at a variety of different clinics in the Edmonton area, Tanya came to Uncas Veterinary Clinic in June 2016. Tanya enjoys working with cats, dogs, rabbits, other exotic small companion mammals, and birds. She has a special interest in dentistry and is an excellent surgeon, particularly enjoying soft tissue surgery. Tanya is a member of the Companion Animal committee with the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association. When Tanya is not busy with her patients, she enjoys spending time with Rottweiler puppy, Jack Burton and her 50 some year old Amazon Parrot named Bud. She is an avid gardener and loves exploring the off leash river valley parks in Edmonton.
Dr. Trina Maloney
Dr. Maloney graduated from the University of Calgary with the Class of 2018, and was excited to return to her hometown of Sherwood Park to join Team Uncas in June 2018. Trina loves all animals, especially companion animals such as dogs and cats. She has special interests in dentistry and internal medicine, and is excited to explore and develop new professional interests and skills. In her spare time, Trina enjoys reading, cooking (or maybe just watching the Cooking Channel!), spending time in nature, and spoiling her dog, a terrier-mix named Chabela.
Dr. Averell Forbes, D.V.M.
Dr. Bob Jones BA. D.V.M.
After graduating from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1973, Bob accepted an internship at Purdue University (Indiana, USA) in equine medicine and surgery. From there, he completed a residency in Equine Orthopedic Surgery at the Ohio State University. While at Ohio State Bob developed the use of massive bone allografts (bone from another horse) in the repair of major bone defects in horses (i.e. fractures, tumors etc...). In 1976, he was recruited on faculty at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to help start the first new veterinary school in the USA in 21 years. While there along with a large clinical caseload, Bob was responsible for teaching lameness in horses and continuing education seminars throughout the USA. While at U of Tennessee, they continued to advance the use of large bone grafts to include partial joint replacement in horses.
In 1981, the 'call of the north' brought Bob back to Canada. After two years of racetrack practice, he joined his wife Dr. Denice Schlingman in her practice, here at Uncas Veterinary Clinic. Bob continues to serve this community and the animals in it to this day when called upon.
In 2008 Karina graduated from Lakeland College and came to Uncas to do her practicum and never left. Karina takes every chance she gets to make a difference in both our clients and their pets healthcare. Outside of Uncas Karina makes a difference by volunteering with the Spay Neuter Task Force all over Alberta. Karina is someone who lives for her job and it shows in everything she does. When she isn’t at Uncas she is with her husband and 2-year-old daughter tending to all the different critters she has obtained over the years; horses, goats, chickens, ducks, an alpaca and of course some cats and dogs. When she can find the time, she enjoys agility and retriever training her dogs, riding/driving her horse and training her goat!
We are pleased to welcome Katherine as the newest R.V.T. to the Uncas team. She graduated from Lakeland College in 2008, where she was classmates with Karina. Through her years in the veterinary field she has worked in a variety of settings including Equine Reproduction and Small Animal Emergency. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her own pets and riding her horses.
In September 2016
Michelle joined us to help tend to our many patients and clients. Michelle is always
busy fulfilling the basic needs of our patients and takes the time to ensure
our clinic is clean and safe in preparation for the busy days we have here. She
moved from Korea to Canada in 2007 with her parents and brother. Six years ago
she started working as a V.M.A and we are so pleased to have her on our team
now. Michelle has three cats (Eddy, Cody and Yomi) and a rambunctious Lab cross
named Odhi. She enjoys spending her free time horseback riding.
After 26 years with a financial institution Donna came to work as a receptionist at Uncas Veterinary clinic. Donna enjoys interacting with our clients both on the phone and in person. It is her hope that all our clients always feel valued and cared for at the end of their visit with us, and it shows. Outside of work Donna continues to offer care to animals that need “sitting”. Since April 2016 when her cat Buddy passed away she has been taking pets into her home while people are on vacation or away. Donna has a wonderful husband, two sons and daughter in laws as well as four fantastic grand-kids.
Lana started at Uncas in the fall of 2018. She is a great addition to our front end staff. Lana is always ensuring both the clients and their pets needs get met. Lana has previously worked in the veterinary industry and we are glad she has chose Uncas as the clinic to return to. She has 2 dogs of her own, Chewie and Potter.
Robin started at Uncas in May of 2016 as the Practice Manager of the facility. Robin is a Registered Veterinary Technologist who graduated from N.A.I.T in the spring of 2007. Robin received the Alberta Association of Animal Health Technologists Graduating AHT of the Year that following fall. She has worked in a wide variety of settings including humane societies, equine facilities, mixed animal practice and currently manages another large animal clinic. Being apart of the business side of a practice allows Robin the position required to ensure both clients and their pets are receiving the quality of care she expects to be given. Robin has a passion for client education and customer relations. Outside of work Robin enjoys spending time outdoors, painting, cooking and travelling. She shares her home with her hunting dogs, Piper & Rue.