Monroe Veterinary Associates
Since its inception in 1969, Monroe Veterinary Associates (MVA) has been delivering high-quality pet care with friendly professionalism and the utmost respect for the human-animal bond. Founded by Dr. Jack Bloch, MVA originated at Pittsford Animal Hospital and has since expanded its reach to include one 24-hour emergency and specialty hospital, 14 general practices, a low-cost animal clinic serving income-qualified patients, and a pet rehabilitation facility spread across the greater Rochester, New York area. Kindly welcoming dogs, cats, and exotic animals, we collectively offer advanced full-service veterinary care for all ages, ranging from puppies and kittens to adults and seniors.
Our highly trained health care team improves the quality of life for all family pets and animals. We continually enhance and expand our compassionate care and services while building long-term relationships and nurturing the human–animal bond.
To be the community’s choice for a complete array of compassionate veterinary care, services, and products.
- Honesty—Personal integrity and accountability
- Compassion—Selfless empathetic support and care toward animals, clients, and each other
- Quality—Providing exceptional animal care and client support
- Education—A passion to expand and share our knowledge
- Teamwork—Collaboratively utilizing our diverse talents in pursuit of a common goal
- Trust—To believe in and rely on each other
Caring for the Community
Always true to our vision, mission, and values, we are as equally adamant about giving back to the community as we are about compassionate, quality veterinary care.
Rochester Hope for Pets
Established in 2008 by MVA shareholders, this 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization:
- Provides financial grants toward veterinary care at any veterinary hospital in the greater Rochester area for pets whose owners are facing financial limitations
- Assists greater Rochester area veterinary health teams with continuing education and technology, allowing them to use the most modern veterinary medicine techniques
- Partners with other animal non-profit organizations to help control the feral cat population in Rochester, New York
Rochester Community Animal Clinic
- Spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats owned by low-income individuals and rescue organizations as well as feral cat caregivers
- Wellness/vaccine care services (regardless of income level or geographic region) by appointment only
- Friends of Ferals volunteer clinic