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Scottsville veterinary adoptions

3750 scottsville road
Scottsville, NY 14546
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User Reviews (5)

  • 1. We really like it here

    by: ChestersFan

    I've only adopted one critter here so far (although all my animals are adoptions or abandoned strays). However, all my critters go here for veterinary care & we really like this place. They are reasonable, caring & compentent.


    these folks really love animals



  • 2. Scottsville Animal Hospital

    by: Michelle67

    I adopted my Zak from here. The volunteers at he store where I saw him were great. They told me he was an Irish Wolfhound mix, not even close but I really dont care. Follow up with records that were supposed to be given to me never happened. They are a no kill shelter and the shelter is clean.


    bring adoptable pets to retail stores for more eyes to see them


    not good follow through

  • 3. very nice!

    by: cjbtbone

    We got our dog Marley from Scottsville two and a half years ago, and we love him dearly! He is a loving and lovable dog who's personality and crazy antics continue to amuse us just about everyday! He was happy and healthy when he came to us, and has been that way since - his tail never stops wagging!


    very knowledgeable



  • 4. Misinformed

    by: hkdlover

    I adopted a cat from Scottsville a couple of years ago, and though I was told he was, it turns out my cat was not neutered. When I contacted them about this fact, I was told that couldn't be possible. Anyhow, he was spayed a few days later at another veterinary clinic.


    This is a wonderful service


    I don't know what happened

  • 5. Thousands of lives saved!

    by: Coyote

    The staff at SVA are committed to saving the lives of dogs and cats that would normally be euthanized elsewhere. Thier hard work and dedication have been responsible for saving and adopting out several thousand pets over the years.


    Caring staff


    more room needed to help rescue more animals