Dr. Patrick Reagan

Dr. Reagan moved back to New Mexico in June of 2012 with his wife Rachel, and two dogs, Possum and Clancy. Their daughter, Addison was born Christmas Eve 2013. Dr. Reagan graduated from Fort Sumner High School in 2004, and feels privileged to be working so close to home. After high school, he completed a Bachelors degree in Animal Science from Oklahoma State University in 2008. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Oklahoma State University in 2012. His professional interests include food safety, public health, production medicine, and companion animal internal medicine. Dr. Reagan maintains current membership in the American Veterinary Medical Association.

An avid outdoorsman, Dr. Reagan’s hobbies include camping, fishing, shooting, and snow/water skiing. He and Rachel are active in their church and make as much time as possible to travel with family and friends.

Dr. Reagan is proud to call Clovis his new home, and is honored to provide veterinary care to the dogs and cats of this area.


Dr. Christina Bean

Dr. Christina Bean returned to her hometown of Clovis, New Mexico in May of 2014 after finishing her veterinary degree at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She had previously completed her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science at New Mexico State University. Dr. Bean has three dogs, Ivy, Anakin, and Mali whom she enjoys spending time with. Her hobbies and interests include reading, movies, scrapbooking, and playing the French horn. Dr. Bean is currently a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and is excited to join the staff at All Pets Animal Hospital.


Dr. Tayley Stallings

In May 2016, Dr. Tayley Stallings moved back to Clovis after graduating from veterinary school at Kansas State University with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.

She and her husband, Cameron, have two sons, the oldest, Wyld, was born September 2013 while she was in veterinary school and the newest addition to the family, Spire, was born August 2016. Growing up in the dairy industry here in Clovis, Dr. Stallings has always had a passion for animals, particularly dairy cattle which she has a special interest in and small animals. She is a current member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. In her free time, Dr. Stallings loves spending time with her family and their three dogs, Conrad, Zefiryn and Huey. She also enjoys being involved in their church and attending bible study. Dr. Stallings is excited to be back in Clovis serving the community and their pets.