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FINGER LAKES ANIMAL HOSPITAL

About FINGER LAKES ANIMAL HOSPITAL

Finger Lakes Animal Hospital was established in 1961. In 1980, Dr. Bruce C. Campbell purchased the practice and since then it has grown in size and excellence under his leadership.
The current hospital was built in 1989 and continues to be a leader in pet health care in our community.
Constant updating of the building, décor, and most importantly our medical expertise and techniques are what keeps our hospital strong and our staff ready to help you and your pet.
Our doctors and staff enjoy a reputation for thoroughness and caring.
In our modern veterinary facility, we provide individual care for each patient and personal attention to the questions and concerns that you might have.
We will strive to keep you informed of the latest advances in veterinary medicine and how they can help your pet.
We value your confidence in us and like to think of all our clients and their pets as part of our family.

Community service Our hospital staff is active in community service. We participate in local humane society spay and neuter programs, and donate time to a local group dedicated to caring for feral cat populations. We provide internship and shadowing experiences for high school and college students, and volunteer to speak at many community organizations.
Did you know? A cat will never break a sweat because it has no sweat glands.


 

Hours of Operation

Normal Operating Hours
Sunday: Closed
Monday: Open: 8:00 AM Close: 6:00 PM
Tuesday: Open: 8:00 AM Close: 8:00 PM
Wednesday: Open: 8:00 AM Close: 8:00 PM
Thursday: Open: 8:00 AM Close: 8:00 PM
Friday: Open: 8:00 AM Close: 5:00 PM
Saturday: Open: 8:00 AM Close: 1:00 PM

Features

Emergency Service A doctor or technician will be available after hours by phone - 585-394-2288. Please leave a message with your phone number so we can return your call.
The Animal Emergency Service of Rochester provides after hour care for veterinary hospitals throughout the area. For more information and for directions, visit their website at: www.animalemergencyservices.com .
The Animal Poison Control Center can be reached directly at 888-425-4435. Consultation fees will apply.

Services We Offer

  • • Allergy
  • • Boarding
  • • Cardiology
  • • Dentistry
  • • Dermatology
  • • Deworming
  • • Diagnostic Services
  • • Grooming
  • • Humane Euthanasia
  • • Internal Medicine
  • • Nutrition Counseling
  • • Ophthalmology
  • • Preventive Care
  • • Radiographs
  • • Spay and Neuter
  • • Vaccinations
  • • Wellness

Mission Statement

Mission Statement Of the Finger Lakes Animal Hospital

To hold to the highest degree, the dignity of our co-workers without regard to personal beliefs, race, sex or age.

To deliver veterinary services and products of the highest quality to our clients and to treat our patients with an extra measure of care and compassion.

To encourage each co-worker to reach their maximum potential in work ethic, job satisfaction, education and career development.

To enhance, at every opportunity, the hospital’s image with all audiences of its business and community environments.

To expect each co-worker to fulfill their assigned responsibilities in a manner which reflects the high standards desired by the hospital management.

To conduct all activities of our business with clients, suppliers, service personnel and each other with respect, courtesy and honesty.

To contribute to the veterinary profession through involvement in community and professional organizations which enhance the strength and image of the profession.

Contact Information

Contact
  • 585-394-2288
  • 5383 Thomas Rd
    Canandaigua, NY 14424
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FINGER LAKES ANIMAL HOSPITAL Staff

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