Diana has worked in the veterinary reception field since 1987, first in the Equine field, and then small animal clinics. Her love of animals began as a youngster, playing on the farm and riding horses. She loves working with people and their pets, seeing the interactions between them and believes that they truly bring out the best in us. She shares a small horse farm with her husband, house cat, horses, and two Border Collies that keep them all corralled.
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Lily’s love for animals began before her first steps; raised on her family’s horse (and any other livestock animal you can think of) farm in upstate New York, a career with animals was destined. She spent the better part of her childhood years in the barn, or on a horses’ back. Along the journey of fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian, she began shadowing Dr. Scoda at Honeoye Falls Veterinary Hospital in 2019. She loved the team and the patients, and eagerly accepted the employment opportunity as a Technician Assistant. She can often be found giving extra loving to the patients who could use it the most, whether that be snacks, cuddles, or extra blankets. Outside of work, she shares a home with her boyfriend, Jason, and 5 four-legged kiddos. Four dogs- Ace, Lena, Nova and Izzy, and one cat, Reggie. That number is variable however, as she frequently fosters for a local shelter.
As to the journey of becoming Dr. Lily, she has to regretfully leave the family at Honeoye Falls Veterinary Hospital, and all of the patients that she’s grown to love. She will be attending veterinary school at the University of Illinois in August 2021, to fulfill her dream of helping and loving animals.
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Cindy has always had a love for animals. As a small child and up into her teens she was the girl that brought home every stray animal she came across and loved being a part of the local 4-H club. She has lived in Canandaigua for nearly all her life, except for a move to Ohio where she worked for a county Humane Society. She has also worked for a Wildlife Education group and has also attended school at Medaille College in Buffalo.
She still lives in Canandaigua with her husband Brian. Together they have 7 children, 3 grandchildren, their dogs Mike the Jack Russell & Amber the Australian Cattle Dog/ Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, Siamese cat Ella, blind Amazon parrot Gilligan, African Pygmy Hedgehog Henry, and chinchilla brothers Felix & Oscar.
When she's not at work, she's usually spending time with family and her pets or outside where she enjoys hiking, kayaking and just being out in nature!
Meghan grew up on a farm in Canandaigua, New York where her family raised goats, sheep, horses, rabbits, llamas and fallow deer. This is where her love for animals first started.
Meghan is a 2019 graduate of Morrisville State College with a Bachelors degree in Equine Science and Management, specializing in Western Breaking and Training with main concentration in Reining. Aside from spending her free time on horses, she enjoys kayaking, hunting, traveling and spending time outside with her Australian Cattle dog, Ruger. She has gained significant experience while working with multiple equine veterinarians, and has now joined Honeoye Falls Veterinary Hospital to further her education with small animals.
Yvonne has been in the animal field for as long as she can remember. She’s worked with horses, domestic animals and even wildlife! In her spare time, Yvonne is a licensed wildlife DEC rehabilitator. Yvonne has a love for all animals, from scales to feathers to rodents. She has an emotional support animal, Henne, a beautiful 10 year old pitbull. Henne is the best thing to ever happen to her.