Veterinary Hospital

Genesee Veterinary Hospital


Puppy & Kitten

Yay! You brought your best friend home—Now what?   

Being a new pet parent is very exciting and comes with a lot of responsibility. When you come in for our puppy and kitten exams, we’ll discuss microchipping, deworming, vaccinations, behavior and can answer any questions you may have. 

We start vaccinations and deworming as early as 8 weeks and will see you for several weeks after. We love seeing puppies and kittens grow! You can bring them in at no charge weekly to check their weight and speak to our staff about any concerns you may have. This helps to get your baby used to coming to the doctor and lose any apprehensions that they may have. Starting preventative medicine early is key to a long happy and healthy life!  

Annual Wellness Exams

A yearly exam is recommended to take a proactive approach to your pets’ health. 

The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends that pets should have a veterinary examination at least annually. For many pets, more frequent visits may be appropriate. Decisions regarding the specific frequency of visits should be made based on the individual needs of your pet, doctors’ recommendations, and owner input. At Genesee Veterinary Hospital we are firm believers in preventive care. 

Your pets’ annual nose-to-tail exam will include a dental check for periodontal disease, updating appropriate vaccines, and diagnostic testing based on your pet’s needs. At GVH we partner with you, the parent, to address any concerns that you may have. Early detection and treatment of medical conditions will help to ensure that your pet will live a long, healthy, and happy life.  


Dental Health is a very important part of your pet’s overall health and wellbeing. 

Pets with periodontal disease are vulnerable to pain, bad breath, and tooth loss. The chronic infections found in the mouth of pets with periodontal disease can spread to the heart, liver, lungs, and kidneys, where they can do even more damage. Genesee Veterinary Hospital has a dedicated dental suite that includes state-of-the-art equipment for scaling, polishing, and fluoride treatment, digital dental radiographs, and monitoring. 

We conduct pre-anesthetic bloodwork, analgesic (medication for pain), and possibly antibiotics to round out our protocols for complete dental treatment. Just like you, daily brushing of your pet’s teeth at home is recommended to keep bacteria and calculus from returning. Give us a call to schedule your dental check!  


Dr. Lederman has years of experience in soft tissue surgeries such as spays, neuters, mass removals, biopsies, and more. 

GVH also partners with board-certified specialists in surgery to offer a wide range of surgical options. We have a dedicated surgical room with the most up-to-date equipment. We continuously monitor the surgical patient while in surgery, checking breathing, heart function, temperature, and anesthetic depth. 

A trained technician is with your pet from beginning to end of surgery and during recovery. We take all precautions to assure that your pet is as comfortable and safe while here with us. 


Our hospital is equipped with a full range of diagnostic capabilities to monitor your pet’s health. We have the capability to perform many tests in-house and work closely with veterinary diagnostic labs, board-certified specialists, and surgeons. 

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Vaccines are an important part of your pet’s health guidelines and protect your pet from a variety of diseases. 

We evaluate your pet’s overall health and will make vaccine recommendations based on their individual needs. 

Most boarding facilities, airlines, and health certificates require appropriate vaccination status. In our area, rabies vaccines are legally required. The vaccines that we use are administered subcutaneously (under the skin), intra-nasal, or orally and are not painful. Both dogs and cats need regular vaccines in order to stay healthy, call us to check on your pet’s vaccination status.

Products & Supplements

We offer a variety of products in stock in our hospital. 

We carry heartworm and flea prevention, prescription medications, Hills and Royal Canin diets, and supplements. The medications and supplements that we offer are specific recommendations from the doctor to treat your pets’ specific needs. 

Our goal is to make your pet comfortable, happy, and active throughout their life. Everything we carry is what we believe to be the best option and use on our own pets.

Nutrition & Diet

We are proud to carry Science Diet and Royal Canin prescription diets. We offer a wide variety of foods that are ailment-specific including renal support, hi-fiber, GI diet, urinary, weight management and more. If we do not stock a specific food, we can place a special order quickly. 

Nutrition is a key factor in your pets overall health. Dr. Lederman will recommend the best food and supplements to keep you pet in tip-top shape.

Hospice Care

Saying goodbye is never easy. At GVH we recognize that facing a terminal illness or the advanced age of your pet is an emotional time. 

Keeping your pet comfortable and pain-free will give you and the doctor time to make decisions regarding their quality of life. We have an end-of-life care team that includes you, Dr. Lederman, and trained staff who provide expertise in palliative care and pain control for terminally ill patients. 

When the time comes to make the decision to euthanize, we will discuss options and help guide you through this time. We will be here to answer any questions and make sure that your pet is pain-free and comfortable throughout the process. For your peace of mind, we offer in-hospital or at-home euthanasia as well as cremation services. Our doctors and staff are committed to treating your pet with dignity in life and in death. 

House Calls

We are pleased to offer house calls for your convenience, bringing top-quality veterinary care right to your doorstep. Our mobile services ensure your pets receive the attention they need in the comfort of their own home, reducing stress and making veterinary visits easier for both you and your furry friends. House calls are a great option for older pets with mobility issues or who are easily stressed.

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy for animals offers numerous benefits, including pain relief, reduced inflammation, decreased recovery time, and accelerated healing. It is effective for treating various conditions such as arthritis, soft tissue injuries, and post-surgical recovery. This non-invasive treatment can improve mobility, enhance circulation, and promote overall well-being in pets, providing a safe and painless alternative to traditional methods. Our Class-4 FDA-cleared laser utilizes two proven wavelengths – 810NM for healing and 980nm for pain reduction. Not all lasers are created equal – we conducted thorough research and invested in a state-of-the-art machine that allows your pet to see results quickly.

Ultrasound and Cardiology

Genesee Veterinary Hospital partners with board cerified specialists to offer echocardiograms, ultrasound and various diagnostic procedures right in our office. These procedures can be crucial in helping our team manage your pets health.

Orthopedics and Specialty Surgery

We are proud to offer orthopedic and specialty surgeries with a board certifed mobile surgeon. This service brings top-tier surgical expertise directly to our clinic, ensuring your pet receives the highest standard of care for complex conditions without the need to travel. Procedures including mass removals, TPLO’s, orthopedic procedures, FHO’s and various complex procedures.

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