Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Springhill Animal Clinic in Mobile! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at 251-343-5033 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Dr. Mary W. Edmonds

Doctor

Dr. Mary W. Edmonds grew up in Mobile. She attended St. Luke’s School and St. Paul’s School. She Graduated from Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2014, she joined the team at Spring Hill Animal Clinic and in 2017, she became part owner of the business. She is married and has a son and a daughter. Morris is her chocolate fur-baby lab who she rescued at one week of age and bottled raised. Minnie is her cat she rescued out of the road with a broken leg as a kitten. And Bruce is her French bulldog with an attitude. Her focus in the clinic is medicine and ophthalmology. You may spot her at Dauphin Island or Sand Island biking, relaxing and enjoying some sunshine.

Dr. Mandy Moss Alston

Doctor

Dr. Mandy Moss Alston was born and raised in Baton Rouge, La and graduated from LSU Veterinary School. She moved to Mobile about 5 years ago with my husband. She has 2 children, a husband, and a dog Fred. I I love what I do and strive to provide quality veterinary care. She particularly enjoys internal medicine and dentistry. Dr, Alston has worked for Spring Hill Animal Clinic since 2012, and in 2017 became part owner in the business

Dr. Meg Sutton

Doctor

Dr. Meg Sutton is a 2006 graduate of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. During vet school, she developed a passion for shelter medicine and a desire to dedicate her career to helping end companion animal overpopulation. For that reason, the bulk of her career has focused on shelter medicine and high quality/high volume spay and neuter. Dr. Sutton has three dogs of her own and enjoys fostering for different rescue and shelter organizations. She is particularly known for being drawn to neurotic terriers, “broken down” hound dogs, and old dogs of any variety. When she isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her son, running, traveling, and catching up with friends.

Rachel Leard

Licensed veterinary Tech & Office Manager

Rachel Leard is a licensed veterinary technician and a graduate of Faulkner State Community College. She has been working at Springhill Animal Clinic since its beginning.  Rachel has over 10 years experience in the veterinary field and has been working with animals in many capacities since childhood.  Rachel is an active competitor in canine obedience and agility and she currently trains with Alabama Task Force 1′s K9 Search and Rescue Unit.  In addition, Rachel has recently certified her current dog, Jesse, as a Pet Partner’s Therapy Dog and will begin hospital visits soon.  Rachel also works at a local shelter and volunteers her time fostering dogs and cats for local rescue groups.  Rachel has 2 four-legged children: Jesse, a border collie; and Peebles, a domestic shorthaired cat.  Rachel also likes long walks on the beach and snuggling.

Harley Hart

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Harley Hart is a licensed veterinary technician. She has been with Spring Hill Animal Clinic since April 2016. She graduated from Faulkner State Community College in May 2016. She lives with 10 animal creatures and 1 human creature, and is still working on domesticating the human creature. When I get home from work I love on my 2 dogs, 4 kitties, 4 bunnies, and a boyfriend. When I am not caring for you adorable pets at the clinic, you could find me reading, watching anime, eating potatoes in any form, or dying my hair. Currently I have a teal mohawk, but come back next week to see if it is different!

Belinda Mitchell

Veterinary Assistant

Belinda has been a veterinary assistant since 2003, including working at a veterinary ophthalmologist for over a year and over 3 years of experience working in emergency medicine. Belinda has been with spring Hill Animal Clinic since 2015. She has 4 dogs, 3 cats, and a Senegal parrot. She enjoys fostering both cats and dogs for local rescues.

Megan Thibodeaux

Veterinary Assistant

Hi! I’m Megan Thibodeaux and yes, I’m as cajun as my name. I have two cats who have complete control over my life and always keep me on my toes. If you ask if I have children, my answer is always yes, because they count, right? I am the Recovery Technician. I keep a close eye on and monitor your sweet babies after their surgery and make sure they stay nice and toasty and wake up with ease. My work at Spring Hill animal Clinic is completely behind the scenes. I’ve been working at SHAC since 2014. Besides my watchful eye, another special expertise of mine is I am the “go-to bottle feeding baby” gal. If you have any questions or need tips and tricks to feed and care for itty bitty Kitties and puppies, I’m your gal! I am currently enrolled in a nursing program. Even though I’ve gone from Veterinarian medicine to nursing, I do not want you to think I give any less to my job than I have before. I absolutely love animals and love the opportunity I’ve been granted to help save lives, prevent over population, and protecting your loved pets one vaccine at a time. Even though I’m the mystery woman behind the closed doors, I love and care for each one of your furry children.

Molly Magee

Veterinary Assistant

Molly Magee is a Mobile native. She is a McGill-Toolen alumni and current student at the University of South Alabama. She has 4 years of experience working as a veterinary assistant at Spring Hill Animal Clinic. She has 3 rescue animals: Argus (a pit bull mix); Toby(a Golden Retriever/Basset hound mix); and “Pharrah by the Faucet”( her cat).

LaToya Cox

Veterinary Assistant

LaToya Cox officially joined our team in May of 2017. You may have seen her in the clinic prior as she was working with us in order to fulfill her credits for the Licensed Veterinary Technician program at Costal Alabama Community College (formerly Faulkner State Community College).

LaToya was born and raised in Mobile and attended Murphy High School. Her hobbies include photography, blogging, and basketball. She currently does not have any pets, but definitely will in the future! Once graduated from technician program, Latoya will complete the VTNE (Veterinary Technician National Examination) making her a licensed veterinary technician.

Audrey Schutt

Veterinary Assistant

Audrey Schutt started at Spring Hill Animal Clinic in May 2017. Audrey is a native Mobilian. She is currently enrolled in the veterinary technician program at Faulkner Community College. She has 8 plus years working as a kennel attendant and filling in as a veterinary assistant. She enjoys camping, kayaking, drawing, and painting. Audrey has a cat named Tink, and 2 dogs, Leon and Max. We welcome her to the team and wish her luck completing the Faulkner program.

Vannessia Matthew

Receptionist

Vannessia Matthews was born and raised in Mobile, AL. where she graduated from Murphy High School and Bishop State Community College. She has worked with animals for 8 years as a volunteer at local animal shelters and rescue groups. Her Hobbies include transporting dogs to their forever home, watching or attending Alabama and University of South Alabama football games, gardening and traveling.

Kayla Lambert

Receptionist

Kayla Lambert  is 34 years old and has a 2-year-old boy (born 6/2014). She has worked in the veterinary field since she was 18 years old. She started as a kennel assistant then worked her way up tp veterinary assistant. She loved working with orthopedic cases, taking x-rays, and assisting in surgery. Today, you can find Kayla at the front desk as a receptionist. “My love for patient care and customer service runs deep. I love my job and am so thankful for my opportunity to be a part of Spring Hill Animal Clinic.” Over the years, she has had several animals including several cats and her beloved Great Dane “Lilly”.

Rachel Layman