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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Disclaimer

The information on this website is only for information purposes and does not replace the advice of your veterinarian. All pets are individuals and without examining your pet it is impossible to give you accurate medical advice. Always check with your veterinarian before using any information you read on this site. The advice and comments found on this site are not a substitute for professional medical diagnosis, treatment or advice. Dr. Dori Marion and Doorbell Vet are not responsible for any damage, illness, death or harm that occurs from information found on this site or links from this site to other resources

Phone: (585) 441-0200      Email: info@doorbellvet.com   Fax: (866) 670-9789

Preventative Care:

Wellness care is so important for keeping your pet AND your family healthy! Doorbell Vet offers complete wellness and preventative care and will work with you to develop the right plan for your whole family. We can vaccinate your pet, analyze stool, urine and blood samples to ensure that your pet is healthy and we can provide medications to prevent fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites and heartworm disease. We do not believe in giving unnecessary vaccines or medications and will guide you on these decisions with our personalized recommendations for your pet.

Medical Care:

Doorbell Vet is equipped to provide medical care for a variety of pet healthcare issues. Some medical problems that frequently arise in dogs and cats include skin, eye and ear problems, pain, upset stomach, lameness, lethargy, and anorexia. The veterinarian will do a complete physical examination to try to identify exactly what is causing your pet’s symptoms. Sometimes, further diagnostics are recommended to get an accurate diagnosis. If needed, these diagnostics will be recommended during the examination. This includes blood work and urinalysis as well as referrals to specialists in areas outside of Doorbell Vet’s scope of expertise.