Avon, New York

Avon Animal Hospital

Avon Animal Hospital

405 Rochester St.
Avon, NY 14414
(585) 226-6144
Avon Animal Hospital, Veterinarians, Health and Beauty, Avon, New York

When your pet needs a checkup or immediate care, pet owners residing in Livingston County rely on the devoted and faithful service provided by Avon Animal Hospital in Avon, NY. Their veterinarians understand that your pet is an extension of your family and will treat them accordingly.

Veterinarian Jennifer Marvin takes pride in providing patients and their owner’s excellent service. Whether a routine checkup to make sure everything's running smoothly is required, or care for a specific condition is needed, they have the training and tools necessary to handle the job.

They are experts at providing surgical care and can perform surgeries on location. They offer spaying and neutering and ensure comfort and pain-free services.

Let the veterinarians and staff at Avon Animal Hospital provide your furry friend the care they need to live a long and happy life. Call (585) 226-6144 today to schedule an appointment. You can also visit their Facebook or website for more information.

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