Canfield Vet, Dog and Cat Hospital

Welcome to Canfield Vet! Our veterinary hospital is a converted horse barn which, in the past, housed the Brown family horses. We hope you will find our animal hospital to be appealing and comfortable for both yourself and your pet(s). Our goal is to provide personal, professional, appropriate and concerned veterinary care for our clients' dogs and cats. Concentration on health promotion and disease prevention is emphasized during preventative examinations. The practice is a 3 veterinarian fully equipped primary care facility providing the services necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of sick or injured dogs and cats. Among the services provided are surgery, digital radiology, dental cleanings, oral surgery, digital dental radiology, cold laser therapy, laboratory, and in house pharmacy. The Staff welcomes your inquiries and comments and invites you to tour our facility. Appointments for office visits and hospital procedures are scheduled Monday through Saturday. Injured or sick animals are received during regular hospital hours. After hour emergencies are referred to an emergency facility. After hour medicine pick-up is available.
  • Mon-Fri: 8:00AM-5:00PM
  • Sat: 9:00AM-12:00PM
  • For emergencies after hours call Animal Emergency Service 585-424-1277
  • Meg Brooker , DVM

    Veterinarian
    Dr. Margaret Ciaccio Brooker graduated from the University of Vermont before completing her veterinary degree at Tufts Veterinary School in 1992. Meg owned her own clinic in Old Forge where she had the opportunity to treat many different animals, from cats and dogs to cows, horses and wildlife. After returning to her hometown to be near family she joined Canfield Vet as an associate veterinarian in 2000 and in August 2010 became the Canfield Vet owner.

    Meg shares her home with daughters Kate and Gretchen and Lucy-Australian Shepherd, Brinkley-Golden Retriever, and Stryper the cat. She most enjoys attending her daughters various athletic events and spending time at her family's camp in the Adirondacks skiing and hiking.
    Years in Practice:
    Oct 17, 1992
    Education:
    University of Vermont, Tufts Veterinary
  • Barry Brown , VMD

    Veterinarian Emeritus
    Barry Brown grew up in Trenton, New Jersey. He graduated first in his class from Trenton Central High, received a B.S. with honors from Rutgers University and his veterinary degree (VMD) with high honors from the University of Pennsylvania. He received a post graduate certificate of small animal internship from Cornell University. Barry was a staff member and managing partner at the Animal Hospital of Pittsford for 22 years before opening Canfield Vet in 1995. Barry's distinguished veterinary career ended when he retired in February 2014.

    Barry and his wife, Pat, have two daughters, two sons-in-law, four grandchildren, two dogs, one cat, and one horse. The Browns like to eco-travel, volunteer, landscape, and spend time with their family, pets, and friends. Pat spends much of her time with Canfield Vet financials and EquiCenter, a family started therapeutic riding facility for people with disabilities.
    Years in Practice:
    Oct 17, 1973
    Education:
    Rutgers University, University of Pennsylvania
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    Ann Hill, DVM, DABVP

    Veterinarian
    Dr. Ann Hill joined Canfield Vet in June 2014.  She comes to Canfield from Amherst Small Animal Hospital in Snyder, NY.  Dr. Hill has a B.S. in Biology from Fordham University and earned her DVM degree from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.  She completed an Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Pittsford Animal Hospital.

    Dr. Hill is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners and is Certified as a Canine and Feline Specialist. This represents a commitment to practice the highest quality veterinary medicine and surgery. Certification is both rigorous and demanding.  There are only 900 ABVP Diplomates in the entire world.  Dr. Hill has a special interest in the care of geriatric patients.

    Dr. Hill served four years on the Board of the Buffalo Academy of Veterinary Medicine.  She also served as the Continuing Education Chair for the Genesee Valley Veterinary Medical Association.

    Dr. Hill and her husband, Andre, live in the Rochester area with their daughter, Angelica and dog, Fittles.  Personally, Dr. Hill enjoys yoga, pilates, walking and reading.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1997
    Education:
    University of Tennessee
  • Dr. Katie Zink

    Dr. Zink joined Canfield Vet in July 2016.  She came to Canfield following 10 years of practice at Chili Animal Hospital.  Dr. Zink holds a BS in Biology and Science Education from Syracuse University and earned her DVM degree at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine.

    Dr. Zink was awarded the Genesee Valley Veterinary Medical Association's (GVVMA) Veterinarian of the Year and the Presidents Award in 2013.  She is very active in GVVMA and has held the offices of Ethics Chair (2014-15), President (2012-13), and Treasurer (2008-10) in addition to serving on the board in past years.

    Personally, Dr. Zink and her husband, Bill, are the parents of two young children.


    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2006
    Education:
    Syracuse University, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Joy Zaccardo, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Practice Manager

    Prior to joining Canfield Vet, Joy worked in both large corporations and small businesses in various financial and managerial roles.   Originally from Schenectady, New York, Joy is a magna cum laude graduate of the College of St. Rose in Albany, NY, with a BS in Business Administration and a graduate of the well-regarded GE Financial Management Program.  She is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and holds a certificate in Human Resources Practices from Cornell University School of Industrial & Labor Relations.  Joy and her husband, Greg, have two children and live in Penfield, NY.

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1999
    Education:
    College of St. Rose
  • Sue Hall , LVT

    Licensed Veterinary Technician
    Sue Hall has been a technician for almost 30 years and has been with Canfield Vet since September 2001. Sue graduated from Delhi College in 1981. Her professional interests include dog and cat behavior. Sue has pursued this interest through many continuing education classes and seminars.

    Sue and Lee, her husband of 27 years, live in Naples with their 2 daughters-Jamie and Joelle. Also sharing their home is an assortment of pets, presently including 3 cats and 3 dogs.
    Years in Practice:
    Oct 17, 2001
    Education:
    Delhi College
  • Lori Reome , LVT

    Licensed Veterinary Technician
    Lori graduated from Columbus State Community College in 1984 with an Associates degree in Veterinary Technology.  Lori joined the Canfield Vet family in 2007. She loves coming to work and spending her day in such a great atmosphere! When Lori is not at work, she and her husband Bill are busy taking care of their family. They share their home with daughters Tory, Sara and Alyssa, their dog Reaghan, and  cats-Jelly, Nelson, and Hazel.
    Years in Practice:
    Oct 17, 2007
    Education:
    Columbus State Community College
  • Ellen Bartholomew

    Receptionist/Records Specialist
    Ellen Bartholomew joined the Canfield Vet family in 2001. She grew up on Long Island and graduated from SUNY Geneseo and settled in the area. In addition to receptionist duties Ellen maintains the client and patient medical records at Canfield Vet. She has a special interest in geriatric pets.

    Ellen and her husband Steven currently share their home with 3 cats, a Golden Retriever and a Pug.

    Years in Practice:
    Oct 17, 2001
    Education:
    SUNY - Geneseo
  • Dawn St. James

    Receptionist
    Dawn St. James join the Canfield Vet family in 2007 to follow her love of animals.  As a receptionist, she enjoys getting to know the clients and pets that come to the hospital and has a special place in her heart for rescued animals.

    Dawn shares her home with 4 dogs, all adopted from animal shelters.
    Years in Practice:
    Oct 17, 2007