CAH Crew

Practice Manager

Mary has been with Cazenovia Animal Hospital since graduating from SUNY Delhi's veterinary technician program in 1975.  She became the hospital manager ten years later and now oversees our hospital. She and her husband own a dairy farm, have a cat and golden retriever, and enjoy visiting their grandchildren and gardening. She plays an integral role in keeping the hospital running!


Our receptionists are your first impression of the Cazenovia Animal Hospital.  They are friendly, courteous and caring when you call and always ready to help you however they can.  Upon your arrival they will greet you and your pet and make you feel comfortable during your brief wait to see the doctor.  Before you leave, they will make sure you have everything you need and that you have no questions about your visit.

Peggy, a long term employee, who still loves to come to work everyday, will make you feel very welcome here. When she isn't here, Peggy can be found "glamping" with her husband and friends, enjoying her grandchildren and gardening. Peggy has recently cut back her hours to be able to enjoy more time with her family.

Shawna joined us in April of 2018. She lives in Georgetown with her husband and son, and has another little one on the way. She has 2 dogs, 3 cats, and fish. Outside of work she loves DIY crafts, remodeling her house, dirt track racing, and spending time with her family. Shawna is also a volunteer EMT. Her favorite part of her job is watching the progress of each patient and being part of the recovering process.

Annie joined our team in September of 2018. She lives DeRuyter with her 4 cats and dog. While not in work she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She has worked with animals for over 5 years. She is a joy to have in our office and brightens everyone's mood!

Zoey helps us part time as a hobby because she loves animals and our clients. Living on a hobby farm with an assortment of farm animals (pets), her 2 border collies and several cats keeps Zoe very busy.  Somehow she finds time to play softball both locally and on a travel team playing all over the US.


Our licensed veterinary technicians play a vital role here at Cazenovia Animal Hospital.  They are exam room nurse, surgical assistant, anesthesiologist, radiologist, laboratory technician, client educator and patient TLC giver, and many, many more responsibilities too numerous to list. How would we manage without them?

Our LVT’s:

Paula is a graduate of SUNY Delhi and has been with us since graduating in 1995. She has 2 Rat Terriers and a Dachshund and lives with her family in Earlville. When not at work Paula enjoys hiking, golfing, and bowling. Her favorite part of her job is watching puppies grow up and following them through their years.

Cassie has been with us for 4 1/2 years. She is a 2005 graduate of SUNY Delhi who has experience working in a veterinary emergency center in Vestal.  She lives in Binghamton with her husband and daughter and their 6 dogs, a turtle, and bird. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is emergency and critical care.


Sarah has been with us since 2015 . She graduated from SUNY Canton in 2012. She lives in Perryville with her husband, 2 daughters, and 2 cats. Outside of work she can be found spending time with her family, reading books, or sewing. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is helping her patients and seeing their gratitude.

Lydia is our newest technician. She graduated from SUNY Delhi in May of 2017 and has been with us since. She lives in Manlius with her boyfriend, 2 cats, 2 snakes, and fish. She loves to read and spend time with her animals when not at work. She enjoys client education and parasitology.



Tommy Oliver is our resident hospital kitten. He was brought in by a long time client as a sick feral stray with a paw injury. He has since recovered and is now a happy healthy kitten. He has come a long way, but he is still working on overcoming his shyness. He is usually found wandering around the hospital looking for a comfy place to nap, look for him at your next visit!


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