Dr. Michelle Brownstein
Owner and Veterinarian, Henrietta Animal Hospital
B.S. Animal Science, Cornell University
M.S., The Ohio State University
D.V.M., University of Georgia
I am proud to be a member of a profession dedicated to the health and welfare
of animals. Every day at Henrietta Animal Hospital, we eagerly look forward to
meeting new pets and their owners, helping them grow and thrive together.
After completing my education, I returned to my hometown of Rochester, NY to
begin my practice. My initial goal was to specialize in large animal veterinary
medicine, but a back injury altered that path. In 1986, I chose to devote my life to
small animal medicine and surgery, and I haven’t looked back.
After so many years in practice, I still look forward to each new day. My choice to remain sole owner and practitioner enables me to meet and and understand each patient and their individualized healthcare needs. I believe in the importance of a personal touch to veterinary healthcare, whether it be a follow-up call after an operation, or comforting a bereaved client who has lost their pet.
I am a member of the Genesee Valley Veterinary Medical Association, the New York State Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Association of Shelter Veterinarians.
We at Henrietta Animal Hospital look forward to serving you and your pet.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Marie is a Licensed Veterinary Technician at the Henrietta Animal Hospital. Marie holds a B.S. from Nazareth College of Rochester, NY and an A.S. in Veterinary Technology from
St. Petersburg College. A member of the Henrietta Animal Hospital team since 2000,
she is proud of the high level of individualized care and compassion given to all clients and their four-legged companions. Her animal friends include two cats and her
new puppy, Pickles.
Senior Veterinary Assistant and Kennel Manager
Isaac has been coming to Henrietta Animal Hospital, with his mom, since he was an infant. After years of observing and learning, he began to help out directly with the animals. Isaac is now a full-time veterinary assistant and kennel manager during summers and school vacations. He is currently environmental sciences at SUNY Binghamton.