Dr. O’Loughlin graduated from Cornell University. She joined the Delmar Animal Hospital staff in 1998. She currently shares her house with her husband, Mike, and their “kids”- two dogs and 4 cats. When not treating her patients, she can be found on a golf course (weather permitting) or working in her garden.
Dr. O’Loughlin continues to train for and complete half marathons with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training program. So far she has raised over $75,000 to find a cure for blood cancers. Keep an eye out for her next race!
Dr. Bull first worked at the Delmar Animal Hospital as a high school student after school and on weekends, helping with animal care and cleaning. She graduated from Cornell University with her DVM degree in 1992. She came back “home” to the Delmar Animal Hospital in 1994. Her family shares its home with a Brittany and a golden retriever, a cat and a turtle.
Dr. Lane joined the Delmar Animal Hospital in the summer of 2011 after graduating from Colorado State University. Dr. Lane’s immediate family includes her husband, Patrick, three dogs, three cats and one horse. Her interests include skydiving, horseback riding, traveling and camping.
She comes to the Delmar Animal Hospital with an interesting array of experience which includes volunteering at various spay/neuter clinics. A highlight of her learning career was being part of ViDAS, an international organization dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people through veterinary medicine and education. Her favorite vacation includes spaying and neutering small animals in the rurals of Mexico, followed by a good sunset on the beach!
Dr. Carol Pabin was born and raised in Ohio before heading east to New York to attend Cornell University. She graduated in 2002 and worked in New Jersey for 2 years before settling in Albany with her family. Dr. Pabin then spent the next ten years working as an emergency veterinarian in Latham. Recently, she has transitioned back into general practice and is excited to be joining Delmar Animal Hospital, a practice right in her own community.
Dr. Pabin’s household currently includes four fantastic felines. Outside of work, Dr. Pabin enjoys reading, kayaking, and camping with her family.
We have a dedicated, friendly reception staff ready to help and answer questions. Please call to speak with Sue, Karen, Mary Jane, Martha, Gretchen or Sandie.
Dale started with the Delmar Animal Hospital in 2005 as a part-time receptionist. After three years she took over the responsibilities of Office Manager. She was a stay at home mom before that, caring for her two sons. Her human family includes her husband Jim and her sons, David and Dylan. Her furry family includes labrador, Tequila, maltese, Smitty and two kitties named Rocket and Merlot. Dale enjoys traveling, reading and cooking.
Maureen began working part-time at the Delmar Animal Hospital in 2008. She continued working part-time throughout college and graduate school, and began working full-time in 2014. Aside from her work at the Delmar Animal Hospital, Maureen is also a librarian at the Bethlehem Public Library. Outside of work, she enjoys baking, playing tennis, and reading. She shares her home with her boyfriend, Nick, her border collie/lab, Bella, her two cats, Henry and Stormy, and a fish.
Sarah, Veterinary Assistant
Sarah began working at the Delmar Animal Hospital in 2004. She left in 2006 after having her first child. After being a stay at home mom, Sarah returned to the Animal Hospital in March of 2015. Sarah and her husband Derek have two daughters, Lindsey and Kylee. They share their home with two cats, a ball python, a guinea pig, a fish, and their sweet little beagle, “Layla.”
Kathy, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Kathy has spent most of her career as a Licensed Veterinary Technician at the Delmar Animal Hospital. She enjoys doing organized canine sports such as nose work, tracking and agility with Jolie, her Belgian Tervuren. Kathy likes spending time outdoors and hiking year round with Jolie. She has a soft spot in her heart for orphaned and sick kittens. She has nursed numerous kittens back to health and raised them until they found their forever homes. Kathy has one dog, six cats, one parrot and two goats.
National Veterinary Accreditation Program
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) established the veterinary accreditation program in 1921 so that accredited private practitioner veterinarians could assist Federal veterinarians in controlling animal diseases and facilitating the movement of animals.
The mission of the National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NVAP) is to ensure the health of the nation’s livestock, pet and wildlife populations and to protect the public health. The United States depends extensively on accredited veterinarians to carry out many of its animal health programs and services, including animal inspections, testing and certifications. Accredited veterinarians serve as the first line of defense in ensuring the health of the nation’s animals and that the transport or export of our animals will not spread diseases into other states or countries.
Category 1 Accredited Veterinarians can certify companion animals for domestic and international movement. Category 2 Accredited Veterinarians can certify companion and food animals for domestic and international movement.
Category 1 accredited veterinarians: