• Monday 8am -8pm
  • Tuesday 8am - 5pm
  • Wednesday 8am - 8pm
  • Thursday 8am - 8pm
  • Friday 8am -5pm
  • Saturday 8am - Noon



PH: 585.637.8700

FAX: 585.637.9240


Animal Clinic of East Ave.
24 East Avenue
Brockport,NY 14420

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Exam Rooms


Four private exam rooms are designed to keep your pets calm and comfortable during their time with our doctors. Exam rooms are designated as “cat” and “dog” rooms to minimize unfamiliar odors which might put your pet ill at ease.

Cat Rooms

D2-A-IMG 3029-bright-cat-examThe Animal Clinic of East Avenue is a proudly “Cat friendly” hospital as certified by the American Association of Feline Practioners. Our cat exam rooms feature window seats and cat trees to make your cat feel at home and allow them to perch in a safe observational position before the doctor enters. Spacious ergonomic counters provide ample space for your cat to move around. They are the right height to maintain your cat’s sense of security, while affording our doctors with the best possible perspective to perform a thorough exam.

Dog Rooms

D2-E-IMG 3202-sm-dog-examOur small-breed dog exam room features extended bench seating for you and your family to comfortably accompany your small to medium sized dog into the exam room. A shallow set of stairs lead from the bench seat to the exam counter to allow your dog to make their own way to the examination counter and alleviate the angst of being picked up. The ergonomic height counters permit comfortable room for your pet to move about, but also contains them sufficiently to expedite their exam time.

D2-D-IMG 3187-lg-dog-examThe large-breed dog examination suite offers more open floor space to keep larger breeds from feeling defensive or closed in. A wider and extended staircase leads from the floor to the elevated exam surface to eliminate invasive lifting and keep your dog at ease and feeling in control. This design ensures quality “face time” with the doctor and reduces chiropractic requirements for our staff.

Pet Health Tips

Fleas and Ticks:

We are seeing more and more ticks on our pets in our area.  Particularly if you travel east or south of Rochester.  Although we do not want these insects that carry diseases on our precious companions, we also do not want them in our environment to bite us as well.  There are many topical and oral flea and tick preventions available to help protect our pets and environment.  Some incorperate heartworm and intestinal prevention and some do not.

Check out information about Ticks in your environment @ http://www.dogsandticks.com/diseases_in_your_area.php or you can look up the area you and your pet will be traveling to in order to protect yourself and your pet. 

As always, talk to us about preventives when you come in.