Dr. Hope Fulgencio
Dr. Fulgencio (or Dr. Hope as many call her) has been with us for several years now after joining us straight out of vet school. A former soccer player, she likes to encourage activity amongst our patients and clients. Dr. Hope likes all aspects of veterinary medicine, and she is growing fond of tricky surgeries! She also really enjoys having the opportunity to meet and talk with clients about their hopes and concerns for their pets.
University of Illinois of Urbana-Champaign College of Veterinary Medicine-2014
Member of the Wildlife Medical Clinic, Veterinary Business Management Program, and the Association of Feline Practioners
Dr. Carol Pabin
Dr. Pabin was born and raised in Ohio, until she moved to New York to attend Cornell University. Her first ten years after veterinary school were spent practicing in emergency hospitals, which is where she developed a love of surgery. She is a self-diagnosed "crazy cat lady". In Dr. Pabin's free time, she enjoys hiking with her family and being a proud Girl Scout Leader for her daughter's Troop. Her favorite part of being a Veterinarian is when she can help her sick patients become healthy once again.
Cornell University - 2002
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Peter Oliver
Dr Oliver is originally from our area and works at both our Drumm and Catskill locations. He attended Ross University and graduated in 2006. He enjoys dentistry and the surgical aspects of being a veterinarian most, however, general practice interests him as well. While Dr. Oliver isn't working or in the midst of surgery, he enjoys leisure time with friends and family as well as catching a new movie. He also has two adorable cats named Marshall and Ninja.
Cornell University - 2002 Major in Animal Science
Ross University - 2006 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Richard Drumm
Dr. Drumm graduated from Cornell University in 1951. He opened his first practice in 1956 in East Greenbush. He is now the owner of four veterinary hospitals; Drumm Veterinary, Latham Animal, Troy Veterinary, and Catskill Animal Hospital. He is extremely hard working and still very active in the well-being of his clinics. Although Dr. Drumm does not see appointments daily, he still visits most of the hospitals everyday! All of the doctors that work at our clinics respect and admire his talent and incredible work ethic.
Cornell University - 1951 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine