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. Karaline Tripp

Dr. Karaline Tripp has been an associate veterinarian at Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital since 2012. She earned her undergraduate degree from Mount Holyoke College and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University. She enjoys working with owners to help provide the best possible individualized care for their pets.

Dr. Tripp lives with her husband, Brandon, and their two dogs and cat. In her spare time she enjoys various arts and crafts, roaming the outdoors, working on her new house and spending time with her family.

Terrie, Practice Manager

Terrie has been working in the veterinarian field for the past 20 years. She possesses an Animal Science certification from Broome-Tioga Boces. Terrie enjoys working with animals and their owners trying to make their lives as happy and healthy as possible.

Tiffany, Receptionist

Hello my name is Tiffany and I have been working at Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital for five years. I love being around the animals and learning new things. I have a Great Dane whose name is Bella and a cat named Vigo. I love to be at the beach and I try to get there as much as I can. I also love to go camping, and just being with friends and family. I look forward to meeting all of you and your fur babies.

Danielle, Licensed Veterinary Technician

Danielle graduated from the Veterinary Science Technology Program at SUNY Delhi in 2009. She decided to take her education further and entered into the Veterinary Technology Management Program. While working on her internship to complete the program she joined the DMAH team in 2011. After a short time working as an intern Danielle admired the compassionate care and quality of veterinary medicine that was practiced at Dickin Memorial and decided to take on a more permanent position as LVT. She enjoys physical therapy and surgery/anesthesia and has future career goals to become specialty certified. Danielle lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two fur babies. Chasity is a senior Pit Bull that despite her age, still has a lot of spunk. She is a Frisbee champion, loves going on hikes, and enjoys being a co-pilot on any car ride. Coltrane is a beautiful long haired kitty that thinks she is a lioness and ruler of the household. To balance the work life Danielle enjoys spending time with her little family as well as reading, yoga, live music events/festivals, and any and all things outdoors.

Holly, Licensed Veterinary Technician

Holly is a well experienced Veterinary Technician with more than 17 years in Veterinary Medicine with positions held at emergency, general, referral and educational practices. Through these various positions Holly has amassed the knowledge, care and dedication required to ensure quality patient care. Her influence in care and proven positive traits has led to the proper care and recovery of many beloved pets.

With an AS degree in Veterinary Science along with certificates in Equine Massage Therapy, Aromatherapy and Reiki. Holly has used her love of care to acquire education and licensing as a massage therapist as well. Her most recent passion of the last few years sees Holly gaining certification in rehabilitative medicine and feels that broadening educational goals allows her to assist a wide spectrum of pet care.

An equestrian at heart found Holly training and competing successfully and she is now seeking different areas of fulfillment in the equestrian communities. Holly has an admirable affection for cats but loves dogs too! Often she is found fostering and/or rehabilitating small animals and finding new homes for them with qualified individuals.

Gina, Veterinary Assistant

Gina has worked as a veterinary assistant for about 10 years. She is currently pursuing a degree in Veterinary medicine through San Juan College.

Gina has taken particular interest in exotic animal and pocket pet medicine, tick borne and zoonotic disease, and shelter medicine.

When she’s not at work, you can find her and her boyfriend wandering in the great outdoors. Her home life includes caring for all of the furry, feathered, finned, scaley, or quilled pets. Gina is a hobby fish keeper. She also spends time fostering any animal in need through local rescues.

Life is all fun and games until someone ends up in a cone. When they do, I will be more than happy to help! I look forward to meeting you and your companions here at Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital.

Sam, Veterinary Assistant

Sam has been working in the vet field for a total of 6 years and working with animals her whole life, from farm as a kid to volunteering at rescues big and small. I have always wanted to work with animals ever since i could remember. Out of work i like taking care of the animals at home and in foster care and being outside gardening hiking boating and pretty much anything else i can do out there.

Brooke, Kennel Attendant

Brooke graduated from Johnson City High School in 2013 with a certificate from Boces 2 year Animal Care program. During her last year of high school she started to volunteer at Dickin Memorial Animal hospital which lasted for one year before being hired as a kennel assistant.

Growing up she had 3 dogs at home which inspired her to choose her path in working with animals. She loves working with the animals and making sure that they are healthy and safe. She is currently taking online classes to become a vet assistant.

Brooke has a German shepherd mix whose name is Max and in her free time she enjoys taking him for walks, playing ball and keeping him active and healthy. Brooke’s hobbies include swimming, going to the park, running, baking and being with family and friends. Brooke looks forward to meeting all of your fur babies when coming to Dickin Memorial Animal hospital.

Molly, Veterinary Assistant

My love for animals begin when I was a little girl. I grew up with a Labrador Retriever kennel my mother owned. There, I learned compassion and patience for sick and healthy dogs. That love has stayed with me my whole life and will continue with me working for DMAH. I also enjoy spending time traveling with my family and pets when I’m not working.

Lindsay, Veterinary Assistant

Lindsay is a graduate of Union Endicott High School and attended college at Broome Community College before relocating to Chattanooga TN in 2006 were 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 also spends her free time pet sitting for numerous families and of course loves spending time at home with her own special “pack” including five dogs, four 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!