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Welcome to ALL ANIMAL VETERINARY SERVICES

Dr. Eleanor Acworth, DVM “I’m Here When You Need Me”
Available For House & Farm Calls

Our Mission
To prevent, relieve or end suffering in all the animals we can, while showing respect, compassion, and cooperation with both the animals and their caregivers.

845-255-2900
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“My love of animals started when I was young and has grown all my life. Becoming a veterinarian has been a blessing which I’ve been enjoying for over 22 years.

A sincere “Thank You” to my faithful animal caregivers who have entrusted their animals to my care in the past. And a warm welcome to all of our clients new to All Animal Veterinary Services.”

-Dr. Eleanor Acworth, DVM

Species:

Dogs, Cats, Poultry, Ferrets, Horses, Dairy, Beef and Pet Cows, Sheep, Goats, Farm Pigs, Pot-Bellied and Teacup Pigs. Pocket Pets such as Rabbits, Guinea Pigs etc. I work with commercial farms, hobby farms, breeders, kennels, as well as rescues and those that have big furry "families”.

At ALL ANIMAL VETERINARY SERVICES, we treat our clients and patients with the respect and compassion they deserve. 

DVM Eleanor Acworth
Modena Veterinarian | ALL ANIMAL VETERINARY SERVICES | 845-255-2900

2264 Rt 32
Modena, NY 12548

Testimonial

  • "Dr. Acworth has been my veterinarian for the past 20 years. She always takes the best care of my feline and canine family members and has responded at the most inconvenient hours for emergencies, sick animals and stressed out owner calls. My cats and dog think she is just the best person and I would not even consider using anyone else."
    - Maureen O'Brien-Aderholdt / Hudson, New York

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