City Creatures Animal Hospital is here to provide excellent veterinary care for all pets in Buffalo, NY. Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center prides itself not only on providing high quality veterinary services to our pets, but also on providing the highest level of customer service to the surrounding community.
In summary, we can say that we offer the highest level of customer service that we really advocate for our patients. Our team of trained technicians, veterinarians and veterinary nurses provide personalized care for our pets and strive to build exceptional relationships with the patients entrusted to us.
Dr. DiFilippo chose the profession because of a shortage of veterinarians in his home state of New York. After veterinary school, he completed surgical training at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, N.Y., and earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in veterinary medicine from the College of Veterinary Medical Sciences in Buffalo.
He earned a master's degree in veterinary medicine from the College of Veterinary Medical Sciences in Buffalo and immediately after graduating, completed his residency in animal care at Orchard Park Medical Center in Rochester, New York, where he received his PhD in veterinary medicine, where he met his fiancee, who is also a veterinarian and Buffalo native. He has been a member of the OPVMC since 2016 and has been practising there since he joined the ORCHARD Park Veterinary Centre.
Dr. Klene is resigning from a position as a veterinarian at Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center in Rochester, New York. He is proud to be a member of the OPVMC and to support them in their commitment to excellent and compassionate patient care.
Dr. Kloc's goal is to eventually gain diploma status in the veterinary school. Dr. Fingeroth continues to pursue the goal of providing the best possible service to its referred customers and improving the veterinary services it offers. He is always looking for ways to expand his surgical capabilities to ensure the best possible surgical care.
Dr. Fingeroth is the founder of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), an online consulting service for veterinarians worldwide. Dr. Rickwald has been a student and veterinarian for over 20 years, most recently as an assistant professor at the University of Buffalo School of Veterinary Medicine. He has been a member and member of the Board of Directors of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the New York State Veterinary Society (NYSVS).
In 2015, Dr. Best was awarded the New York State Veterinary Medical Association (NYSVS) Regional Merit Award. Annual Meeting and was a member of the Board of Directors of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) in 2015. In addition to his work as an assistant professor at the Buffalo School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Dralle was also an associate professor of veterinary medicine at Cornell University and the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Doctor is an associate professor of veterinary medicine at the Buffalo School of Veterinary Medicine and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).
He received his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Albany before receiving his PhD in Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University (MSU). He earned a master's degree in animal science from New York University School of Medicine (NYUMSM) and a bachelor's degree from Cornell University.
After graduating from Cornell in 1997, Dr. DiFilippo completed an internship at the renowned Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Rochester, N.Y., where he developed an interest in animal care and veterinary medicine. After completing his internship, he returned to New York and began working as a veterinary assistant at Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center in October 1998. He then moved to western New York and joined the staff of Orchardside Veterinary Hospital and Veterinary Medicine Center (ORCHARD) in Orchard Park, New York, where she worked as a referral veterinarian and performed specialized surgeries. She worked at Ellicott Animal Hospital, which she bought from the same practice where she had her Brittany Spaniel and cat as a child, and then moved there and worked there for a few years.
After returning to West New York in 2003, Dr. Tyczka joined Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center as a veterinary assistant and then as a veterinary assistant. After a brief stint at Ellicott Animal Hospital, she was interned at the University of Rochester Veterinary Hospital in Rochester, New York, before joining the staff of Orchardside Veterinary Hospital and Veterinary Medicine Center (ORCHARD) in 1999.
She returned to Cornell to complete her training and received her PhD in veterinary medicine and surgery. She then practiced as an emergency veterinarian at the University of Rochester Medical Center (OPVMC) in Rochester, New York, before returning to the OPvMC as an intern and medical director.
After graduating from RIT, Dr. DiFilippo attended the first class at Cornell University to learn about veterinary medicine as part of the Learning - Based Curriculum. This experience not only gave her a great understanding of the state of veterinary education and training, but also taught her the importance of keeping up with the latest technology and finding solutions to problems that arise in the daily practice of veterinary medicine.