4437 Main Street,
Gasport NY 14067

Meet Our Veterinary Team

Dr. Melissa Flint, Founder, DVM

Meet Dr. Melissa Flint! Originally from Barker, NY, you will not find a more compassionate fun-loving, or empathetic veterinarian in our Gasport community. Her veterinary career began after graduation from Ross University in 2013, and then led her to five years in Louisiana in some of the most fast paced and veterinary settings - emergency and shelter medicine.

Establishing the foundations of Flint Veterinary Center in Gasport, Dr. Flint has implemented an approach of holistic and integrative care for pets. In addition to general veterinary medicine, she works to strengthen the bonds between pets and their owners to enhance both of their lives. She strives to provide the very best in veterinary medicine in an environment free of fear, anxiety and stress for pets (and the people who love them!).

She's no "newbie" to pet behaviors or their health needs, being "mom" to three horses, seven dogs and a cat. She knows that there's no "one size fits all" approach to veterinary medicine, and will tailor your pet's preventive treatment especially for his or her lifestyle, age, breed, predisposed genetic conditions, and with basis in the most up-to-date veterinary protocols.

When Dr. Melissa Flint isn't at the clinic, she and her fiancé, David, may just be out walking their dogs or cruising by on a motorcycle. (But probably no dogs on the motorcycle!)

Recent Blog Posts

5 Ways to Spoil Your Pet This Holiday Season

The holidays are a time for family, friends, and fun. But for pet owners, they can also be a time to spoil their furry friends! There are so many ways to make your pet's holiday season special. In this blog post, we will discuss five of the best ways to spoil your pet this year. From gift ideas to treats to activities, we have you covered!

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The Dangers of Pet Obesity & How to Prevent It

Just like humans, our pets can suffer from obesity. As pet owners, it's our responsibility to make sure our animal companions stay at a healthy weight. Not only does obesity limit your pet's mobility, but it can also lead to a host of health problems and make your pet more susceptible to disease. Here's what you need to know about pet obesity and how to prevent it.

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Hidden Signs of Pain: How to Recognize Discomfort in Your Pet

When our pets are sick or injured, they can’t tell us where it hurts or how they feel. However, there are subtle signs that can help you determine when your pet isn’t feeling well. Knowing how to recognize these hidden signs of pain is essential for getting your pet the help they need and improving their comfort.

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Providing Exceptional Veterinary Care

Our commitment to you is to join you on your journey of being a great pet owner. We understand that your pets are part of your family,
and we will provide veterinary care options to help maximize the years you enjoy together!

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