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Welcome to Cazenovia Animal Hospital

Cazenovia Animal Hospital in Cazenovia, NY is a full service veterinary facility for Cazenovia and surrounding communities. For over 50 years we have been providing routine preventative care for all life stages from new puppies and kittens right through their “golden” years.  Our doctors, knowledgeable staff and modern facility allow us to provide the highest quality medicine and surgery with compassion and individual attention.

We invite you to take a look around our website to learn more about the Cazenovia Animal Hospital.

Each tab has information about our staff, services and client education.  You can also request a prescription refill and request an appointment.

My Pet is a new service we provide to our clients for free.  This gives you 24/7 access to your pet’s medical records with the ability to print vaccination information for boarding or groomers.

Why not bookmark our page now so you can easily come back anytime to visit us online.


 Cazenovia Animal Hospital | (315) 655-3409

2750 Rt. 20 East
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Meet Our Skilled Team

  • Dr.
    Gerard Kolb

    Dr. Kolb is a partner of the Cazenovia Animal Hospital.  He joined the practice in 1984 after graduating from the Veterinary College at Cornell.  He and his wife Joan, who is also a veterinarian, and family reside in DeRuyter. In his spare time he enjoys participating in mission trips in other countries to volunteer veterinary services.

  • Dr.
    Anne Weiskotten Galton

    Dr. Galton graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in  2005, where she was the recipient of the Gentle Doctor Award. This award is given to the fourth year veterinary student who exemplifies dedication to the delivery of excellent veterinary patient care.  Dr. Galton enjoys caring for all small animals but she has a special interest in feline medicine and regularly pursues continuing education in this area.
    Dr. Galton grew up in Cazenovia and worked at the Cazenovia Animal Hospital as a veterinary assistant prior to attending Cornell Veterinary College.  She resides in Cazenovia with her husband, children, and variety of pets. She is currently the medical director of the hospital.

  • Dr.
    Alice Marie Donnelly

    Dr. Donnelly grew up in downstate NY.  She graduated from Cornell University-college of Agriculture and Life Sciences in 1992 with a BS in Animal  science. She then continued at Cornell University and received her Veterinary degree in 1996. She has been working at Cazenovia Animal Hospital since graduation.  Dr. Donnelly lives near Cortland with her “children”– a Boston Terrier, a French Bulldog and cat. In her spare time she enjoys cooking (especially desserts).

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We've only been here twice so far but when our new Bernese puppy ate up a non edible Nylabone they were there to help out with advice to get it out of his system and when that didn't really work they got us right in. They put us at ease and the staff has been great! I'm happy they were recommended to us and we chose them as our Vet!"
    Nikki S.

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