Meet Our Team

  • Kylene - Office Manager

    An Idaho native, Kylene grew up in a herd of sisters with plenty of dogs, rabbits and ponies around.  Her business education led to 26 years of computer programming before she joined Eastgate Pet Clinic.  She has played and directed handbells and french horn.  Kylene along with her husband, and daughter have hosted over a dozen exchange students from a half dozen different countries.  She enjoys walking with her dog and hanging out with family.

    Joined Eastgate in 2007
    Education: Bachelor of Business, Information Technology, Boise State University

  • Ayla, CVT - Certified Veterinary Technician

    Ayla was born in Utah on a military base and raised all over the place. She has always loved animals, but initially went to college and took music courses. She realized that she wanted to follow another career and sought out a veterinary technician school. She has owned a multitude of pets from dogs to a rose haired tarantula.

    Joined Eastgate in 2016
    Education: Broadview University

  • Julie - Veterinary Technician

    Julie was born right here in the Treasure Valley. She has studied in multiple different medical fields before deciding on becoming a veterinary technician. She currently owns two Chinese Crested's, 2 cats, 1 snake, and several different fish.

    Joined Eastgate in 2015

    Education: AS in Zookeeping and an AS in Veterinary Technology

  • Carolyn - Veterinary Technician

    Carolyn was born in southern California with a love of animals in her heart. She has been a veterinary technician for over 5 years now. She currently owns 3 dogs and 2 cats.

    Joined Eastgate in 2015
    Education: AS in Behavioral Science, Certified Veterinary Assistant

  • Carla - Veterinary Technician

    Carla is originally from Oregon. She has 20 plus years in the veterinary industry. Carla has Pomeranians, Border Collies as well as horses. Her hobbies include hunting, fishing, and listening to music.

    Joined Eastgate in 2016
    Education: School of Hard Knocks and experience

  • Nichole Zacharis, CVT - Certified Veterinary Technician

    Nichole was born in Syracuse, NY and eventually landed in Boise. She has been working with animals her whole life and started going to school for veterinary medicine, working in research while doing her undergraduate studies. She went to the College of Southern Idaho for veterinary technology training and has stayed in the field. She has a special interest in anesthesia, disease process and critical care patients. She is currently working on gaining skills and knowledge to apply for a specialty in Small Animal Internal Medicine.

    Joined Eastgate in 2008
    Education: University of Idaho- BS Animal SC/ College of Southern Idaho- AAS-Vet. Technology


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  • "I moved here from Kansas City in 2008, trying to find an efficient veterinarian. Dr. Gilmore is awesome!! He can look at your pet & diagnose them. My pets are my babies and I totally trust him. The prices are the best in Boise!! Thank you so much!!"
    Heather K. / Boise, ID

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