Lancaster Small Animal Hospital's Dedicated Team
Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.
Michelle Krickovich, LVT — Hospital Manager
Michelle graduated from the State University of New York at Delhi (SUNY Delhi) College of Veterinary Technology in 2000. She has been a member of the Lancaster Small Animal Hospital staff since 2003. Michelle is Lead Veterinary Technician and Practice Manager. She holds a special interest in Animal Behavior.
She lives in Holland with her Bullmastiff Penelope, her cat Louie, and her Arabian horse Woody.
Carol Fronczak, LVT — Veterinary Technician
Carol graduated from Medaille College in May of 1999, with an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology. She has been a technician with Lancaster Small Animal Hospital since June of 1999. Some of her special interests include Radiology and Exotic Pet Medicine.
Outside of the hospital, Carol enjoys spending time with her husband Rich, and their two children, Maya and Mackenzie. They currently have a rescue cat that their girls named Murray Roger, who has been an amazing addition to their family. Recently, they rescued Cinnamon, a sweet little Puggle.
Allison Schultz, LVT — Veterinary Technician
Allison graduated from Medialle College in May 2016 with a bachelors degree in Veterinary Technology. She has been a licensed veterinary technician with Lancaster Small Animal Hospital since July 2017. Some of her interests include dermatology and ophthalmology.
Outside of the hospital, Allison enjoys spending time with her husband Dan and their daughter Emma. They also have a house full of fur babies; their dog Daisy and cats Raven, Zoey, and Toodles.
Jessica Fox, LVT — Veterinary Technician
Bio to follow...
Erin Reiter — Veterinary Assistant
Erin is currently enrolled in Colby Community College's Veterinary Technician program. She plans on graduating with her Associates of Science in Veterinary Technology and would like to pursue a bachelor's degree in exotic animal technology. Erin has been with Lancaster Small Animal Hospital since January 2018 where she started as an intern and joined the LSAH family as a veterinary assistant in March 2018.
When she is not studying, Erin enjoys spending time with her husband Mike and son Calvin. They have three cats, a five-year-old tabby named Bengal, a two-year-old ragdoll named Nutmeg, and the "baby" an orange tabby named Hobbes. Erin also just took in two Syrian hamster sisters named Peanut and Caramel.
Sarah Peckham — Vet Assistant and Receptionist
Sarah joined Lancaster Small Animal Hospital in April 2018 with 3 years experience as a veterinary assistant and receptionist. She plans to further her career and attend Medialle College to become a licensed veterinary technician.
At home Sarah enjoys spending time with her two boys - Lucas and Hunter. She also likes to go camping and visit new places.
Maria Sorce — Receptionist
Maria's love of animals brought her to Lancaster Small Animal Hospital after working for several years as a medical secretary and running her own pet sitting business.
Maria shares her home in North Buffalo with two cats, Mookey and Layla and two dogs, Findley and Max.
Maria recently became a New York State licensed wildlife rehabilitator.
Erin Thiel — Receptionist
Erin has had a life-long love of animals, which led her to work in veterinary hospitals as well as boarding kennels. She has also volunteered for Fix-A-Bull Rock-A-Bully Annual Fundraiser. Erin has been a student at Medaille College majoring in Veterinary Technology, and she is currently working toward her degree. You will often find her here hanging out with her buddy Lil' Pooh.
In her free time, Erin enjoys reading and watching anything on SyFy. She lives in North Tonawanda with her husband Jim, rescue dog Mason, and cats Xander and Sinatra.
Casper and Nick — Hospital Cats
Casper (white) was brought to us in 2008, after living as a stray on the streets. Due to his rough start, he no longer has teeth but he doesn't let his past affect his attitude today. Throughout the years, he has helped us acclimate many kittens in our adoption program. When he's not working hard to greet visitors and make his feline friends feel welcome, he enjoys lounging around and taking naps.
Nick (black and white) joined our team in 2015. Prior to that, he was eating out of a dumpster in Niagara. Though he lives well now, his eating habits haven't changed and he still enjoys dumpster diving from time to time. Nick has a taste for the finer things in life, such as bow ties and catnip.