Abbey Gargiulo:

 

 

Abbey is a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She graduated from SUNY Delhi in 2006 with her associates degree in Veterinary Science.  She has been working in this field for over 10 years and still loves her career.  She currently owns 2 dogs and a rabbit. In her free time she loves being with her children, shopping and traveling.

 

 

 

Brittany Brower:

Brittany is a Veterinary Assistant who graduated from Hudson Valley Community College in 2009, completing her Computer Information Systems/Web Design degree. She is now studying to be a veterinary technician. In the past she has worked at Veterinary Specialties Referral Center, as well as a local animal shelter. She currently takes care of 3 cats (Bunny, Patrick, & Stoopie), a Pitbull Terrier named Petey, and 2 tank-fulls of fish. In her free time she enjoys camping, cooking, hiking, and dog training. 

 

 

 

Lindsey Fiorillo:

 

Lindsey is CVVC's Client Care Coordinator. She graduated with a degree in Business Management. Her favorite part of the job is getting to know the clients and their furry companions. At home, Lindsey cares for 2 dogs, a cat, two bunnies, and chickens. In her free time, she enjoys camping, reading, and spending time with her husband, Ralph, and their two wonderful children.


Audrey Hichens:

Audrey is a NYS Licensed Veterinary Technician. She earned her associates degree in Veterinary Technology from S.U.N.Y Delhi in 2001. She lives with her husband, 2 daughters,3 cats and dog. Her hobbies include gardening, scrapbooking and camping.

 

 

Stranger:  Stranger (black and white) is one of our hospital cats. Stranger is an adult neutered male cat who came to us with several serious health problems. After a long recovery process, many medications and a few procedures, Stranger is now a happy and healthy boy. This boy loves to eat, play and be loved by everyone. He is very friendly and loves to greet our feline and canine patients. He spends his days exploring the hospital, playing with his toys and making everyone happy.  He was very excited when Chibs joined us and welcomed him with open 'paws'.

Chibs:  Chibs is our other hospital cat. He came to us with severe urinary blockage issues, but has now recovered and is happy and healthy. He is quiet and reserved, but enjoys being loved and stroked on his own terms. He tolerates Stranger's often exuberant shows of affection with patience (most of the time).