Cambridge Valley Veterinary Hospital was established in 1983 as a full service companion animal practice. The practice was purchased in 2010 by Dr Suzanne Fariello, with the objective being to offer the most compassionate and individualized veterinary care to canine and feline patients in the area.
We are a three doctor practice led by Dr.Fariello and consisting of Dr Jessica Roosevelt and Dr Colleen Flaherty. We live locally, understand the area and the people who live here and are all “owned” by pets ourselves. We comprise the professional aspect of the strong team here that you will come to know. We each have a different style to our practice, while being united around our mission statement seen above.
Our veterinary technicians Linda Reece(LVT) and Cassandra Conety(LVT) are the backbone of our team. They are knowledgeable and compassionate people who excel in patient care and client communication. Amy Malsbenden, our veterinary assistant, is the newest member of our team. She works diligently to ensure that our day runs smoothly. Our practice manager Lisa Shaw is our organizational anchor; she is often your first point of contact and the smile you will come to know.
We offer a full service practice which begins with getting to know your pet, performing a complete physical examination and organizing a preventative health care plan. We send out reminders for your visits, keep your pet’s records up to date, and are here to help with your questions and concerns. We offer diagnostic work ups and individualized medical treatment when indicated, and emergency intervention during our open hours. We perform general surgery, and provide access to a board certified veterinary surgeon if required. We also pride ourselves in offering a number of holistic options(acupuncture, Chinese herb treatment, nutrition counseling) for owners who are seeking an integrative approach to their pet’s treatment. We work closely with several specialty practices in the area and provide referrals on a case by case basis should the need arise. All in all, it’s about you and your pet receiving the individualized care that is best for you.