Veterinary Support

  • Technician Supervisor

    Hilda Walters

    Hilda has been with Oneida Animal Hospital for 23 years providing excellent patient care as a Licensed Technician, purchasing medical supplies and fulfilling an important role as our resident baker!  A lifelong resident of Oneida, Hilda enjoys gardening in addition to baking.  Her family includes her Boxer, Eli.  She has taken continuing education courses that include pet nutrition and behavior, two of her work-related interests.  What does Hilda like about her job?  Every day brings new challenges and rewards; no monotony in this job!

  • Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Shantille Camp

    Shayne has been with Oneida Animal Hospital as a Licensed Technician for 12 years.  Born in Wyoming, Shayne moved a lot in her childhood through Oklahoma, Pennsylvania before finally landing here in New York.  Her four-legged family members include her dog Shara and three cats:  Phantom, Wikkett and Kayd.  Shayne's wide range of interests include Civil War re-enacting with the 12th U.S., bowling, karaoke, reading, volunteering at Wolf Mountain Nature Center and candle making.  She would love to learn Reiki healing and be able to apply that to the health of our patients.  What does Shayne like most her job?  Making a difference in the lives of some of our patients through client education and practical experience.

  • Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Jennifer Waldron
    Veterinary Tech School: SUNY Delhi

    A native of Glenfield, Jen joined Oneida Animal Hospital over 6 years ago and takes wonderful care of our patients as a Licensed Technician.  Her family includes her dog named Ellie and 2 cats, Bonita and Winston.  Jen enjoys hiking, mountain climbing, camping, traveling, spending time with family and friends and working on arts and crafts projects.  Her professional goals include becoming more knowledgeable in emergency medicine and becoming certified as a Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner.  What does Jen like most about her job?  "The rewarding feeling that the job brings returning a pet that was sick or injured back to their family, and my co-workers of course!"

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Mel Taylor

    Mel has been with Oneida Animal Hospital for 18 years and working in the field for 29 years.  Born and raised in Oneida, Mel is a familiar face to many of our clients having worked as a veterinary assistant and in reception over the years.  He has a Golden Retriever named Candy and enjoys working outside, taking walks and spending time with family, especially his grandchildren!  What does Mel like most about his job?  "I still enjoy seeing all of the pets and clients that come in."