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Alyce M. Meyer, DVMDr. Alyce Meyer has been part of Parkside Veterinary Hospital's team since 1998 and our Chief of Staff since 2008. She grew up in rural Greene County and now resides in suburban Albany County with her husband, son, and three cats. Dr. Meyer received both her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from Cornell University. After graduating from veterinary school in 1996, Dr. Meyer spent two years practicing in Springfield, Vermont before moving back to the Capital District to join Parkside Veterinary Hospital.

Dr. Meyer enjoys all aspects of general veterinary practice since whole health management and patient advocacy are at the root of her professional beliefs. She is a skilled general surgeon and has particular interest in geriatric medicine, dentistry, feline medicine, and dermatology. She values the longstanding client relationships and patient bonds that come with years in a single location as well as the constant stream of new faces she has the opportunity to welcome to the hospital. Her daily practice, management duties, and continuing education pursuits keep her busy doing what she loves.

Tyler Hotaling, VMDDr. Tyler Hotaling joined Parkside Veterinary Hospital in 2010. Growing up in southern Vermont, he now happily resides in East Chatham, NY. He received an undergraduate degree from Cornell University and a veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, earning a VMD degree in 2007. Prior to joining Parkside Veterinary Hospital, he worked in the Fort Collins, CO area where he did a one-year internship at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital followed by several years in mixed animal practices.

dr-olivia-gliserman-dog-tylerDr. Olivia Gliserman grew up in the Round Lake area and attended SUNY New Paltz where she majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry. Afterward, she attended The Ohio State University for veterinary school.

Throughout her veterinary education, Dr. Gliserman developed a special interest in surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, oncology and clinical pathology. She also enjoys feline behavioral medicine. During her spare time, Dr. Gliserman enjoys hiking, traveling, cooking, reading, and spending quality time with her cat “Hobbes.”

Dr. Keith Anderson grew up in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, and attended the University of New Hampshire for his undergraduate degree. He received a DVM degree from the University of Illinois. His special interests include veterinary surgery and dentistry.

In his spare time, Dr. Anderson enjoys hiking, camping, and canoeing with his wife and family. He also breeds Bernese Mountain Dogs.