Where warm hearts
meet warm paws

The Henrietta Animal Hospital promotes a team approach to patient care using advanced principles of medicine delivered with compassion. We are committed to our community and providing the best possible client/patient care.

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Henrietta Animal Hospital has been providing veterinary medical care to the Rochester community for over 30 years, treating every cat, dog, kitten, and puppy that comes into our care to its own unique needs.

The full service animal clinic has state of the art surgical facilities and a new hospice unit. In addition, they have unique pet lodging/boarding for your pets, full dental service and promote a unique blend of wellness care that is tailored to meet your pet’s specific needs.

We are proud to be a single hospital, one veterinarian practice that is not affiliated with large conglomerate veterinary clinics or nationally franchised hospitals.

Dr. Michelle Brownstein and her team are committed to our community and providing the best possible client/patient care for you!

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Recent News
  • Free Vaccines for Life
  • 03/31/2014

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    The Henrietta Animal Hospital is the first and only small animal hospital in the Rochester area to offer pets free … More

  • Introducing Laser Therapy for Your Pet
  • 11/01/2012

    Pain Removed. Life Improved.
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    We now offer the latest technology in health care for your pet. This FDA-cleared, non-invasive laser … More

  • Losing Your Pet
  • 01/29/2012

    gordonhospice 300x224 Losing Your PetThis article is directly from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Although concise it covers basic questions that plague many … More

  • What is a Puppy Mill?
  • 01/17/2012

    The link below will take you to an expose by Life Magazine @1965. The wrote about “concentration camps for dogs”..later … More

  • Canine Influenza update for 2012
  • 01/15/2012


    Spike in dog-flu reports attracts media attention

    December 22, 2011
    By: Edie Lau
    For The VIN News Service

    An uptick … More

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Hours of Operation
Monday 7:30 am-5 pm
Tuesday 9 am–3 pm
Wednesday 7:30 am–7 pm
Thursday 7:30 am–5 pm
Friday 7:30 am–5 pm
Saturday 8 am–12 pm
Sunday CLOSED