Dr. Bill Baucum
Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Bill Baucum has been with Canyon Pet Hospital since June 2012. He received his B.S. in Vertebrate Zoology from Memphis State University in 1980 and graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. He has worked in Virginia, Oregon and Tennessee as both a veterinary associate/partner and as an emergency/critical care veterinarian since 1983. His primary areas of interest are internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. He has also worked as an exotic animal clinician. He enjoys playing trumpet with local groups, camping, snow skiing, and hiking with his golden retriever, Sven.
Dr. Veronica Verdoliva
Dr. Veronica Verdoliva, known as “Dr. V” by her clients, grew up in Italy, where she graduated from the University of Bologna Veterinary School in 2002. During a two year externship with a boarded European Cardiologist in Milan, Italy, she got interested in diagnostic images, specifically in abdominal ultrasound. She then spent six months in Pennsylvania shadowing a cardiologist professor at the Veterinary School of Pennsylvania. In 2004 she moved to Oregon with her husband, where she completed ECFVG program for foreign veterinarians in 2010 and then attended Oregon State University for her Veterinary Degree. She continued to work as general practitioner and sonographer. She is passionate about abdominal ultrasound, honing her skills through many years of training, continuing education and practice. She is pursuing her dream to become a boarded radiologist in the future. At home, Veronica enjoys spending time with her husband, two children and two cats. She loves traveling, running and gardening, and of course cooking delicious Italian food.
Dr. Angie Abbey
Please welcome our newest member of the Canyon Pet Hospital family, Dr. Angie Abbey.
Dr. Abbey was born and raised in Woodward, Oklahoma. She studied physiology as her undergrad and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Oklahoma State in Stillwater. GO POKES! In her spare time, she enjoys trivia nights, sports, the outdoors, hiking, traveling, and rooting for the Oklahoma State cowboys!
Our Support Staff
At Canyon Pet Hospital many members of our staff have been with us for many years. We are really proud of that-it makes us a true family veterinary practice. And, as a smaller veterinary practice, it allows for consistency of care and ensures your satisfaction because your veterinarian and staff will really get to know you and your pets.