Veterinary AssistantAlfred A
Alfred is determined to make every pet comfortable during the overnight stay with us. Amazingly, he learns the habits and wishes of all our pet friends! You will most often see him bringing your pet to the back to stay, or to the front to go home.
Al is gentle and loving with everyone, and a super addition to our team. We use him as the "all-around-helper"; anytime we need help - there he is waiting to do whatever is needed.
Veterinary AssistantPeyton G
Peyton = Cats! Peyton is our very own Cat Woman, leading the charge to keep our focus on cats who may not come to the veterinarian as often as they should. She has some great ideas on how to coax your "hidden cat" into the carrier for the annual visit. Her easy-going ways make her a natural with these sometimes "elusive" pets.
And she has the BEST shoes of us all - ask her if she is wearing her pet picture shoes!
Veterinary AssistantStephanie P
Stephanie has been with VCA Old Town almost a year. She came to us with years of Veterinary experience, so you can trust her knowledge from day one! She is enthusiastic and skilled at her job, willing to listen to anything you have a question about. Stephanie will take the time you need to solve your problems!
She has been accepted to school and is studying to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician, while continuing to work full time for us. Congratulate on her success, and her willingness to give it her all!
Veterinary AssistantLindsey S
School: SUNY Oswego; SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Bachelor's in Zoology; Master's in Conservation Biology
Lindsey joined the team in July of 2015 and had been a wonderful addition! Lindsey's special interests include animal conservation, llamas and playing Mindcraft. She says her favorite thing about her job is helping shy or nervous animals feel more comfortable during their visit, and getting to see puppies and kittens grow up through their first year.
Veterinary AssistantNichol W
Veterinary AssistantRita W
Rita joined the team at VCA Old Town Animal Hospital in April of 2015. She was joined with her four legged love while working here, a Yorkie mix named Chanz. Her special interests include her four legged family members, her children and writing. What she enjoys most about her job is knowing that she can help contribute to the health of animals in need and of course, all of the hugs and kisses she gets from her patients every day!