The success of Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital is based on the strength of our healthcare team.
DR. JOHN B. ENDRES, Director of Medical Services
Dr. Endres graduated with honors from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has more than 20 years of practice experience in Central NY. He founded Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital with the goal to enhance the health of your pets and the health of your family.
Dr Endres believes all pets deserve the best possible quality of health care in every stage of their lives. Understandably, his primary interests are the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. These include an often overlooked aspect of care, decreasing the stress and pain experienced by all pets.
He is also concerned with your family's health. He understands the special relationship you have with your pets, and by having healthy pets you can experience positive health benefits for yourselves and your families. Dr Endres understands a vital aspect of healthy pets and healthy families includes controlling and treating zoonotic diseases, which are diseases that can be transmitted from animals to people. Following his interest in promoting family health, Dr. Endres is the current President of the Madison County Board of Health.
Dr.Endres strives to stay current in the ever-changing world of veterinary medicine and continually exceeds requirements for continuing education. In addition, Dr. Endres maintains memberships in several professional organizations, some of which include the American Animal Hospital Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the American Veterinary Dental Society, the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and the NY State Veterinary Medical Society.
Being admitted to the profession of veterinary medicine,
I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health, the relief of animal suffering, the conservation of animal resources, the promotion of public health, and the advancement of medical knowledge.
I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.
I accept as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement of my professional knowledge and competence.
(Approved by the American Veterinary Medical Association(AVMA) House of Delegates, 1954; Revision approved by AVMA House of Delegates, 1969; Revision approved by the AVMA Executive Board 1999, 2010)
CONNIE ENDRES, Licensed Veterinary Technician, Hospital Administrator
"We are extremely proud of our healthcare team. On a daily basis, our team shows dedication to provide exceptional health care, exceeding client's expectations, and the ability to educate and communicate effectively. In addition, compassion is express with every patient and client who walks through our doors. In return from our clients, we have been blessed with true friendships and the opportunity to care for precious four-legged family members."
GWENNAN CARLSON, Licensed Veterinary Technician
"I've never had the opportunity to work alongside a Veterinarian like Dr John Endres. He is so knowledgeable and thorough-I learn something from him every day. It is an honor to be a part of Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital where only the most advanced veterinary medicine is practiced and the best client service is provided. I'm thrilled to be a part of it all!"
BRITTANY DEMASO, Licensed Veterinary Technician
"Although I just started working at Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital as a Licensed Veterinary Technician, I already love the warm, caring atmosphere which makes me feel at home. I have a special interest in animal behavior and enjoy the opportunity to listen to our clients stories about their pet's unique behaviors."
KARIN KOHL, Licensed Veterinary Technician, Small Animal Massage Practitioner
"I appreciate being part of the CCVHOM team due to the high quality of veterinary care and dedication to its clients and patients. My special interest in the field of veterinary medicine is physical rehabilitation. It is rewarding to see how implementation of a rehabilitation plan in the hospital and at home can improve the quality of life for a patient. We are glad to see senior pets being able to perform daily activities more easily, such as taking longer walks, going up and down stairs, or being able to make their way onto a favorite couch. The clients and patients at the CCVHOM are an absolute pleasure to work with and I appreciate the opportunity to be of assistance."
Veterinary Technician's Oath
I solemnly dedicate myself to aiding animals and society by providing excellent care and services for animals, by alleviating animal suffering, and by promoting public health.
I accept my obligations to practice my profession conscientiously and with sensitivity, adhering to the profession's Code of Ethics, and furthering my knowledge and competence through a commitment to lifelong learning.
(1987 National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America)