Our Team

Meet The Dedicated Team At Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital

Dr. Alison Beaulieu

After 10 years of being an associate veterinarian, Dr. Beaulieu was very proud to open her own practice, Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital in 2009. Dr. Beaulieu earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Beaulieu prides herself on providing compassionate, state-of-the-art veterinary care for companion animals.
Dr. Alison Beaulieu

Dr. Janet Ziebur

Dr. Ziebur was always fascinated by watching how veterinarians cared for her animals and those of her friends. Dr. Ziebur knew she wanted a career focused on four-legged companions. She grew up in Binghamton. Dr. Ziebur’s undergraduate degree in biology was completed at Binghamton University, and she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Vet School. She swims for relaxation and is a fair-weather hiker with her husband.
Dr. Ziebur
Licensed Veterinary Technician Kaylee


Licensed Veterinary Technician, CVMRT

Kaylee is a licensed veterinary technician and certified in Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy. A SUNY Delhi graduate, Kaylee quickly discovered an interest in physical rehabilitation and integrative therapies and pursued an education at Healing Oasis Wellness Center in Sturtevant, Wisconsin. Now certified, she follows her love for a more hands-on approach while caring for all animals, big and small, young and old, athletic and disabled. As a young child, she found therapeutic comfort in the many animals surrounding her growing up. Now, she wishes to return the favor. With a special interest in integrative medicine, Kaylee believes in helping clients offer the best quality of care for their furry friends to achieve a long, comfortable, and fulfilling life. She has two cats: her gray long hair, Shadow, and her paraplegic cat, Frozen Ivy. She also has an axolotl named Nessie, a tree frog named Emmy, and an assortment of fish.


Licensed Veterinary Technician

Cassandra Belleman has been a licensed veterinary technician for 14 years. She has worked for seven years as an emergency and critical care tech. She recently moved back to the area from Central New York. She is married with five kids. She has three dogs, a turtle, and a cat. She enjoys watching movies and spending as much time as possible with her family.
Emily Jacobs


Licensed Veterinary Technician.

Emily graduated from SUNY Delhi in 2020. During her time at Delhi, she had the opportunity to work with both small and large animals and even spent some time in South Africa. During her 3-week externship, Emily got to experience “The Big 5” in their native habitat. Not only did Emily learn about mammal life, but she also learned how to properly capture fish and anesthetize them for research and examinations.

Although Emily has not grown up owning any pets of her own, she has always had a passion for all types of animals, which has led her to become a veterinary technician. She hopes to adopt some cats of her own very soon. Emily aspires to someday expand her knowledge and technician skills even further with large animal medicine. In the meantime, she looks forward to meeting and caring for your beloved companions here at Dickin.


Licensed Veterinary Technician

Izzy joined the DMAH family in 2018, where she started as a junior in high school. After graduating from Union Endicott High School, she attended SUNY Delhi to obtain her bachelor’s degree in veterinary science. Izzy always had a passion and drive for protecting animals and wildlife and knew from a young age that her future would revolve around saving animals. During her schooling, she performed a semester-long internship with the Bronx Zoo, where she got experience working with many exotic and endangered species. Izzy became licensed as an LVT in 2022. She enjoys spending her free time hiking, entertaining her cats, and volunteering at trap, neuter, and release clinics to help care for the feral cats in Broome County. She even has a “zoo” of her own, consisting of eight cats, two dogs, two guinea pigs, fish, chickens, and a corn snake! Izzy is empathetic and easy-going, making your animals feel comfortable and safe at the vet office! She is more than happy to help pet parents and their furry friends in any time of need or concern. :)!


Licensed Veterinary Technician

Winter began their career in the animal field while still in high school. They attended the BOCES program for small animal care. During this time, they learned all the basics and strategies of caring for animals. After high school, Winter began the veterinary technology program at Long Island University but left after two years to work full-time at West Hills Animal Hospital as a veterinary assistant. They attended the Veterinary Technology Institute in Pittsburgh and earned an Associate’s Degree in Specialized Technology. After all of their courses were completed, they concluded with an externship at Dicken Memorial and worked to earn the respect of the staff there so that They were hired full-time as a veterinary technician.


Veterinary Assistant

Rhonda was raised in Hallstead, PA, and discovered her love for animals at a young age. Rhonda eagerly threw herself into the animal world by working at the county dog shelter. Her desire to help homeless shelter animals find better lives made a distinct impression on her. After working for the county for six years and needing a change, she joined Dickin Memorial in 2020. Rhonda has a well-rounded knowledge of canine behavior and has recently undertaken the role of learning about other animals that Dickin Memorial treats. In her free time, Rhonda enjoys being outside, having a good laugh with family and friends, as well as spending time with her boxers.


Veterinary Assistant

Lindsay graduated from Union Endicott High School and attended Broome Community College before relocating to Chattanooga, TN, in 2006, where she began her career in Veterinary medicine. Lindsay joined the DMAH family in 2012 after moving back to the area. She’s always enjoyed working with animals of all kinds since a very young age and loves helping our clients with education and training practices to keep their fur babies happy and healthy. Lindsay has rescued and fostered numerous animals over the years, even before her professional career began. Lindsay is currently enrolled in the Veterinary Technician program through Penn Foster and looks forward to furthering her education. She shares her home with her own special pack, including five dogs, a "few" cats, and a bearded dragon. With a strong focus on customer service, Lindsay will be quick to answer any questions and address your concerns regarding your pet with a smile. She looks forward to meeting you and your furry family members!


Veterinary Assistant

Sophia is a native Long Islander who recently moved to the area after graduating from SUNY Binghamton with a B.S. in Biology and a Health and Wellness Studies Minor. She aspires to be a veterinarian and is currently applying to vet schools. Her passions include emergency medicine, large animal care, and exotics. Sophia loves educating clients and speaking with them about their pets. She has been working at DMAH since September of 2022 but had started her career in veterinary medicine a few years before that. When not at work, she spends time with her "clan" of pets, kayaking, or working with her plants. Sophia also recently started doing TNR in her backyard and entered the fostering world.

Sophia is available for pet-sitting (drop-ins only) if needed and will accept whatever payment you feel is appropriate.
Kennel Assistant Audrey


Kennel Assistant

Audrey was a paralegal for 23 years and retired to start a 501C3 called Every Dog’s Dream. She has been involved in rescue for 20 years and now does TNR (trap, neuter, release) under her dba called Every Cat’s Dream.

The ECD adoption center is located next to DMAH.

*Spay and neuter your pets*


Rescue Coordinator

Sarah joined the DMAH team in October 2021. Before switching to the veterinary field, Sarah provided services to the disabled population for 15 years. Sarah began volunteering at Every Cat’s Dream rescue about four years ago with an individual she cared for. Since volunteering there, Sarah has helped rescue and foster several cats & kittens. She has even adopted a couple of kitties that she has fostered! Sarah lives with her husband, 11 cats, two dogs, and several foster babies!


Rescue/Adoption Coordinator

Dan joined our team in July 2020 and is very passionate about fostering, rescuing, and transporting animals in need. He has worked on multiple TNR projects before joining our team and believes that doing this will change the lives of hundreds of feral cats in our area. When he’s not volunteering, Dan likes enjoying nice weather with his dogs outside. His pack at home is made up of 7 dogs and two cats, and he often has a foster or two as well. You can reach Dan by calling or emailing him at or Dan looks forward to helping you with any of your rescue or adoption needs here at Dickin Memorial.
Lynda Office Manager
Photo courtesy of MacKenzie, from Port Dickinson Elementary School


Office Manager

Lynda lives in the Binghamton area with 2 out of 3 of her sons. Her 3rd son is currently serving in the Air Force in Alaska. Lynda has a background in labor relations, which allows her to manage people well. She joined the DMAH team in June of 2022. She currently owns two cats and two dogs.



Shannon has always had a love of all animals and graduated from SUNY Oswego with a degree in Zoology. After graduating, she moved to Florida to work at Walt Disney World through the Disney College Program before returning to NY. When not working at DMAH, she enjoys reading, going to the rail trail, going to baseball games, and spending time with her family. She especially loves playing with her ferret and dog.



Bernadette has worked in the animal care industry for over 20 years. Bernadette is a graduate of the Broome-Tioga Animal Science Grooming program. Bernadette enjoys working with animals and owners to create a happy, healthy life for all.
Heather Receptionist



I started as a part-time receptionist with Dickin in 2018, shortly after they moved to Endicott. I grew up on an eighty-four-acre duck farm on Long Island, where my passion for helping animals comes from. Any animal that was sick or injured on the farm, I nursed back to health and released. My parents also bred and showed English Springer Spaniels, and although I was very young, I was also involved with that as well. I worked as a receptionist in an animal hospital on Long Island for many years, where I started to actively help foster and care for cats and dogs. I moved to Binghamton in 1990, and after years of fostering and trapping cats for other rescues, I started my own cat rescue in 2020 – Lava’s Lost and Forgotten Felines. Lava’s primary focus is to reduce the population of street cats through spay and neuter programs. I am also a Paralegal for Broome County and a Real Estate agent with Keller Williams. My husband Paul and I have four children and six grandchildren. We have 3 rescued Pitbull’s and six cats of our own.


Owner Percy Blank

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Compassionate Veterinary Services In Endicott, NY

Trust the talented team at Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital for all of your pet's veterinary care needs. We proudly serve pets and pet parents in Endicott, Binghamton, Apalachin, and the surrounding areas. Our knowledgeable and caring veterinary team offers a wide range of services, including telemedicine consultations, preventive care, emergency care, diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries, and surgical services for pets requiring advanced care. Whether your pet needs routine medical attention or urgent care, we are here to help. To learn more about our veterinary services, please call us.

Contact Info

(607) 217-5202

2001 East Main Street
Endicott, NY 13760

Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
No after-hours emergency care is available at this time.

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