Rochester | Webster  |  Victor | Fairport | Irondequoit  |  West Irondequoit |   Greece  | East Rochester | Henrietta | West Henrietta

Brighton | Pittsford | Penfield  | Mendon | Gates | Chili | Rush | Honeoye Falls 

We also travel further out and service other communities in Monroe, Livingston, Onterio, Genesee, and Wayne  County so call to see if we cover your area!

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Welcome!

 

Our Rochester veterinarians make house calls straight to you!

 

At Doorbell Vet, pets are not just our profession. They are our passion. It’s why we give your best friends the best veterinary care possible.

A Loving Approach to Vet Care

We know how unsettling a trip to the clinic is for a pet. It’s why we come to your door, ring your bell and greet your best friends with smiles, affection and uncompromising veterinary care. Minimizing stress for your pet makes evaluations and treatments easier. Everyone wins!

Call us to schedule an appointment today! 

We’re ready to show you how caring for your pet just got a whole lot easier!

There are many advantages to an in home veterinarian. Your pets may be fearful of traveling or being near other unfamiliar animals. Perhaps you have multiple pets that make it difficult to get them all to the animal hospital.  For very young or very old pets that do not have good immunity and for pets with weakened immune systems, there is less risk of being exposed to air-borne germs within a waiting room. Or maybe you don't drive or find it difficult to get your large (or small) pet in and out of a vehicle.

By examining your pet in its own environment, your house call veterinarian can better evaluate behavior and conditions, which may be masked or aggravated by a foreign environment like an animal clinic.  House calls are also more convenient for you, the pet owner, as you will be getting more specialized care while saving time by not having to go to the office and wait around for your appointment.

We feel that end-of-life concerns are always better dealt with in the privacy,  comfort and security of home, if possible.  A house call veterinarian ensures that you can say goodbye to your pet with the least amount of stress and anxiety.

Whatever your reason, house calls are more relaxed and you and your pet can enjoy the undivided, personalized attention of an experienced traveling veterinarian.