Hours

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

 

Phone

PH: 585.637.8700

FAX: 585.637.9240

Address

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

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Veterinarians

Please take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the medical professionals who have dedicated their lives to the compassionate life care of animals and accept the responsibility of managing your pet’s health and helping you achieve a happy coexistence.

Dr. Carolyn Orr, VMD – Owner & Veterinarian

I came to Rochester shortly after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine and this rapidly become my family’s beloved home.

During my first year in Rochester, I served an internship in advanced medicine and surgical procedures with a prominent regional practice. In 1996, I re-opened the Animal Clinic of East Avenue in Brockport, NY following a three-year medical leave by the practice’s founder, Dr. Sykes. After a few years of re-establishing the practice, I purchased the Animal Clinic of East Avenue as my own. 

After several successful years in the original facility at 18 East Avenue, we moved next door to our new home at 24 East Avenue (next door) in 2011. Our new state-of-the-art facility features advanced surgical, examination, hospitalization and isolation suites and provides us the much-needed space to serve our growing customer base. We offer the full compliment of telemedicine, chemotherapy, digital radiography, and in-house laboratory and diagnostics technologies, and even have indoor facilities for obedience training and behavioral medicine. Think you will find it very warm and welcoming

Over the years, I have strived to serve each and every patient with genuine Care, Compassion and Commitment, and I instill this value across our entire team.

In my spare time, I enjoy orienteering, skiing, boating and spending time with my husband, children dogs and horses. I have instructed vet tech courses at Medaille College, served as President and board member of The Buffalo Academy (a regional Veterinary Continuing Education Organization) and currently sit on the steering committee for the Monroe County Emergency Response Team.



 

Dr. Jennifer Williamson, DVM – Veterinarian

I am originially from Poughkeepsie, New York and moved to Rochester shortly after graduating from veterinary school, and have been practicing veterinary medicine in the area for the past 6 years.

 

I attended SUNY Delhi and became a veterinary Technician prior to attending Cornell University to complete my bachelors degree in Animal Science.  It was during my technician training and work that I realized I wanted to further my education.  I graduated from Kansas State University with my Veterinary Doctorate in 2010.  

 

Outside the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my family, gardening, and cooking.  My family includes my Jack Russel Mix named Ollie who was adopted from lollipop farms shortly after moving to the area.  I look forward to meeting all the wonderful patients and families and to help your pets live a long, happy and healthy life together.

 

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. 

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