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Old 05-25-2009, 09:25 AM   #11
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Battenkill Small ANimal Hospital in Greenwich NY, by the Washington County Fairgrounds.

Gretchen is the one that I use there, I don't like or trust any of the others. Gretchen has been there and the one day she got boggged down, I had a rabbit with an ear infection and my friend had one with a broken leg, she took them into the back and said she'd check on them during her lunch break. By afternoon, we were able to go pick them up, their antibiotics(Rabbit leg was wrapped up) and were able to take them home to finish their recouperation.


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Old 08-05-2009, 09:50 PM   #12
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One of the best facilities in the country is the Cornell University Vet School exotic animal / companion animal clinic in Ithaca, NY:

Cornell University
Hospital for Animals
Box 20
College of Veterinary Medicine
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-6401

Companion Animals (including exotics): 607 253-3060 - emergency is option 1, appointments is option 2

They're open 24/7 for emergencies - enter off Route 366, follow the signs.



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Old 12-11-2009, 09:37 PM   #13
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We go to the Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center. The vets we use there are Dr. Stacie Minnier-Thomas and Dr. Ed Reiller. They are the rabbit experts at the center I think. We have also seen Dr. Tricia Bradac and she was good too. They are open 24/7 for emergencies and always have a vet there I believe.

Phone: 716.662.6660

Fax: 1.800.284.0306

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3930North BuffaloRoad
Orchard Park, NY 14127


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Please note that they have moved not too long ago from their previous location, and I do not know if the HRS has updated Dr. Reiller's location.

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Old 01-02-2010, 06:44 PM   #14
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not sure if its ever been posted-no time to check:


Fine Animal Hospital
Dr Laurie Hess
Bedford Hills NY
Telephone: 914-666-8061 914-241-1161
Fax: 914-666-5728
Address: 701 Bedford Rd, Bedford Hills, NY 10507
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Old 01-16-2010, 08:14 PM   #15
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Dr. William Randall was at Suburban Animal Hospital in Henrietta, NY (Rochester area) - new (?) address 585-424-2900, 2800 West Henrietta Road, NY 14623 is an awesome rabbit veterinarian - did neuters for a friend of mine and helped some of my sick rabbits and he raised Holland Lops himself. He has also traveled between clinics in the area according to a friend of mine. When my friend's bunny's heart stopped on the table while he was getting neutered, Dr. Randall brought him back twice... and the bunny lived to the ripe old age of 10.

I also have used Macedon Veterinary Care as they were closer to my house at the time - Dr Linda Schneider and her partner (whose name alludes me at the moment) - I had a bunny with an abscess that needed to be surgically removed and they were very careful with the anesthesia and care for Baby Belle. 1900 Route 31, Macedon, NY 14502, 315-986-4246.

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Old 02-11-2010, 03:05 AM   #16
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I just recently started to see a vet that is not on the listing for New York:

Paul Johnson, DVM
488 East Main Street
Middletown, NY 10940
(845) 343 - 9888

He is wonderful!!! Has been working with rabbits for over 30 years, and does house calls (Thursdays and Saturdays). Answered every question I had about rabbits with a full understanding, and they have a lot of rabbit patients in their office.

He did Fred's necropsy, and he was quite wonderful and caring and understanding. He was very gentle but direct in how he approached me with the results. I am looking forward to meeting him on Friday to pick up a Mini Lop who he has been seeing for 3 years to clip his teeth. And Saturday he is coming out to meet my other buns, cat and dog. So I will have to return to this thread to post my review of those visits as well.

When we move I am going to be so upset that I have to start this search all over again!
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Old 02-13-2010, 09:42 PM   #17
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The-Family-O wrote:
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I just recently started to see a vet that is not on the listing for New York:

Paul Johnson, DVM
488 East Main Street
Middletown, NY 10940
(845) 343 - 9888

He is wonderful!!! Has been working with rabbits for over 30 years, and does house calls (Thursdays and Saturdays). Answered every question I had about rabbits with a full understanding, and they have a lot of rabbit patients in their office.

He did Fred's necropsy, and he was quite wonderful and caring and understanding. He was very gentle but direct in how he approached me with the results. I am looking forward to meeting him on Friday to pick up a Mini Lop who he has been seeing for 3 years to clip his teeth. And Saturday he is coming out to meet my other buns, cat and dog. So I will have to return to this thread to post my review of those visits as well.

When we move I am going to be so upset that I have to start this search all over again!
Dr. Johnson just left and I HAD to post about how absolutely WONDERFUL he is!!

He did a home visit, saw my rabbits, dog, and cat.

I have no negative things to say about him. He was very knowledgeable about rabbits, trimmed their nails, listened to everything he hould have listened to, checked their weight, teeth, ears, and bums. He was gentle and sweet to all my babies, and even with Reeses, she was very calm around him.

I am totally impressed with him, loved him, and would recommend anyone with a bun in Orange County, Middletown, NY to check him out, and to go to his office.


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Old 05-11-2010, 03:53 AM   #18
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Dr. William Randall was at Suburban Animal Hospital in Henrietta, NY (Rochester area) - new (?) address 585-424-2900, 2800 West Henrietta Road, NY 14623 is an awesome rabbit veterinarian - did neuters for a friend of mine and helped some of my sick rabbits and he raised Holland Lops himself. He has also traveled between clinics in the area according to a friend of mine. When my friend's bunny's heart stopped on the table while he was getting neutered, Dr. Randall brought him back twice... and the bunny lived to the ripe old age of 10.

I also have used Macedon Veterinary Care as they were closer to my house at the time - Dr Linda Schneider and her partner (whose name alludes me at the moment) - I had a bunny with an abscess that needed to be surgically removed and they were very careful with the anesthesia and care for Baby Belle. 1900 Route 31, Macedon, NY 14502, 315-986-4246.

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Suburban Animal Hospital is a fantastic place and I highly, highly recommend them. All of the staff goes above & beyond. I currently take my rabbit to Dr. Heidi Licata who is the exotics/small animal specialist. I also brought my hamster to Dr. Sarah Ziemba and she was wonderful.

http://www.suburbanvet.com - 2495 East Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623 - (585) 334-4230
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Old 08-13-2010, 02:40 PM   #19
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If you don't mind me asking, how much more is a house call than an office visit?

My rabbit really, really hates the vet. She hates being picked up (luckily for me, she cuddles, comes, and gets in her cage on command), so it's always a terrible experience.

I'm considering giving this guy a call if something ever comes up.
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Old 08-13-2010, 02:42 PM   #20
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Are there any 24 hour vet clinics out there?

You know... god forbid... but just in case.


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