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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December 20, 2017

A Doorbell Vet and their assistant’s day starts early. They meet up in the office first thing in the morning to review the scheduled appointments, package up the equipment they will need and respond to any correspondence that may have been received overnight. Our offic...

November 13, 2016

Check out our brand new website! Let us know what you think. 

June 17, 2016

Some Doorbell Vets spotted in front of our new office next to Dipper Dan’s in Honeoye Falls.

July 29, 2015

Intestinal parasites are very common in dogs and cats. Pets can become exposed to these parasites from the environment, through drinking their mother’s milk, and even from exposure that occurs in the uterus before they are even born! They can also become infected while...

April 4, 2015

So now that you have learned all about why heartworm disease is so bad for pets, let’s talk about some ways to prevent it. For all the difficulty in treating heartworm disease, it is one of the easiest infections to prevent. You can either put your pet in a space suit...

March 22, 2015

If you have a dog or cat, you’ve probably heard a lot about heartworm disease, as us veterinarians like to spend a lot of time talking about it. Heartworms, as you might imagine from the clever nomenclature, are worms that live in the blood vessels of the lungs and the...

February 6, 2015

Welcome to our new veterinarian Dr. Larry Silberg!

Dr. Silberg has a lot of experience with house calls as he has been visiting pets in the home for over 18 years and practicing veterinary medicine for over 30 years. He has a special interest in caring for senior pets e...