Eastview Veterinary Clinic, PC

Eastview Veterinary Clinic, PC is located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of Central New York, 2 miles north of the Village of Penn Yan.  It is our goal to provide client-oriented, compassionate, professional veterinary care at a reasonable cost for the pet owners and farmers in Yates and the surrounding counties.  EVC veterinarians and staff are committed to continuing education to insure the highest quality care for their patients and information for clients.  We have regular office hours and farm call service 6 days a week and are on call for emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The same phone number, (315) 536-9871, will reach the office during the day and doctors on call at night by way of an electronic paging system. 

  • Mon-Thur: 7:00am-7:00pm
  • Fri: 7:00am-5:00pm
  • Sat: 7:00am-3:00pm
  • Call the regular clinic phone number and follow the after hour prompts.
  • Dr. Glenn Fahnestock

    Some people take many years to know what they want to be when they grow up.  In Dr. Glenn Fahnestock’s case, his path was sealed when he helped his mom sew up their pet duck after it was attacked by a neighbor’s dog.  Since that humble beginning in Delaware County, PA, Dr. Fahnestock came up through the trenches in the veterinary field by starting out as a kennel worker in his local animal hospital.  He then progressed to Veterinary Technician while in high school and college and was also active with his local 4H sheep club achieving the level of State Champion in Sheep Fitting and Showmanship.

    After graduating from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture in Bucks County, PA, Dr. Fahnestock moved to Ithaca, NY to take a job at the NYS College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University as a Research Associate in Parasitology.  That research involved both veterinary and human medicine and Dr. Fahnestock co-authored many papers while working there.  He held that job for 2 years full time and the next 4 years part time while he was a student at the Veterinary College.  Upon graduation, he moved to Penn Yan to join EVC both on the road and in the clinic and remained that way for 18 years.  He has since moved full time into the small animal hospital.

    At the clinic, Dr. Fahnestock mainly focuses on companion animals but also sees animals brought in from the farm, mostly small ruminants.  One of his main interests at the clinic is the PennHip procedure for early detection of canine hip dysplasia.  A certified PennHip practitioner, Dr. Fahnestock recommends all breeders and those thinking of breeding their dog visit their site.

    Dr. Fahnestock is a Medical Reserve Corps volunteer and currently serves on the Yates County Public Health Emergency Operations Planning Committee to bring a veterinary perspective to health emergencies. In his spare time, he enjoys shooting, hunting, fishing and spending time with his family.
    Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture, Cornell University
  • Dr. Kim Williams

    Dr. Williams is no stranger to the country life of upstate New York.   Having been raised in Worcester in the Catskill Mountains, her love of animals was fueled by her many pets and farm animals.  Even as a young child, her goal was to be a veterinarian.  As a youth, she spent summers volunteering at her local SPCA and various veterinary clinics.   She went on to Cornell University for her undergraduate education, where she earned a BS in Animal Science.  Dr. Williams spent 2 1/2 years at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, in the West Indies, before finishing up at Texas A & M in December of 2007.

    Dr. Williams has traveled extensively.  She spent a year in Hungary as a Rotary exchange student between high school and college where she lived on a horse farm at the border with Slovakia.  She has visited all 50 states, Canada, Mexico, and every European country.  She has also been to Turkey, India, Israel and many countries in the Caribbean.  Dr. Williams also recently returned from a Safari in Africa.  Hundreds of species were seen and photographed.  She and her family are involved in World Vision and spent time with their sponsored child in Kenya.  They are now raising funds for a clean-water-well in the Kenyan countryside near Nairobi.   

    Dr. Williams’ veterinary interests are extensive and she loves living in the Finger Lakes region.  Meeting new people and their pets is a constant joy for her.  Providing care and comfort for sick or injured animals is her passion. 

    Her free time is spent going to concerts, traveling, reading, and hanging out with her family, friends, and pets.  She shares her home with her husband, Michael, 2 dogs, Joey and Dixie, 6 cats, 9 rabbits and 8 ducks.
    Cornell University, Ross University
  • Dr. Suzanne Patterson

    Senior Large Animal Associate
    Dr. Suzanne Patterson comes to EVC with a background in dairy cattle.  Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Patterson ventured to the State of New York in 2001 for college, and has considered it her home ever since.  After graduating with a BS in Animal Science from Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in 2005, she worked as a herdsperson on a large dairy in western NY, prior to returning to Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2010.  While in vet school, Dr. Patterson worked as a student technician in the Equine and Farm Animal Hospital at Cornell, and had a summer externship with the USDA Food Safety Inspection Service at Cargill Taylor Packing, the largest cull dairy cattle plant on the East Coast.  After graduating, she spent two years working for a private mixed animal practice in western NY, where she spent most of her time on dairies.

    Dr. Patterson travelled abroad in college, living in Kenya, East Africa, studying wildlife management.  She retains an interest in philanthropy work for developing nations.  Her special interests in veterinary medicine include milk and meat quality, NYSCHAP (New York State Cattle Health Assurance Program) and preventive medicine in general.  Most of Dr. Patterson’s time will be spent on the road doing farm calls, but she enjoys helping people with their horses and small pets as well!

    During her free time, Dr. Patterson enjoys the outdoors, including swimming, boating, and snowmobiling.  She also enjoys exploring the state parks and making maple syrup with her husband, Luke.  In 2015 they welcomed their first child, a son, and share their home with a chocolate lab and 3 cats.
    Cornell University
  • Dr. Leah Webb

    Dr. Leah Webb grew up in Cleveland, New York, a small town on the north shore of Oneida Lake. Like so many in the field, she always knew that she was going to be a veterinarian when she grew up.

    Dr. Webb received her B.S. in Biology from SUNY Fredonia where she also studied the impact of therapy animals in speech development. From there she moved to Columbus, Ohio where she attended The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She was a founding member of the Human Animal Bond Club and regularly attended all of the home football games. Go BUCKS!!

    Leah has been married for three years to her husband Ryan, also a native upstate New Yorker. Together they have adopted three animals, a dachshund and two cats. In their free time they enjoy being outdoors, camping and hiking. You can almost always find Dr. Webb sitting behind a good book. She is very excited to move back to New York and join the team at EVC!
    SUNY Fredonia, Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Dr. Janelle Davidson

    Dr. Janelle Davidson is excited to join the Eastview Veterinary Clinic team! She grew up in Cortland, NY where she developed a love for animals, starting with the family dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pig, iguana and pig. She took advantage of a high school program allowing her to intern at a local veterinary clinic and there was no looking back.

    Dr. Davidson first planted roots in the Finger Lakes when she attended Keuka College to study biology. During her time at Keuka, she completed numerous Field Periods or internships at veterinary clinics and zoos to gain more experience with animals. She was fortunate enough to travel to Sydney, Australia and the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador to learn about native and invasive species and veterinary medicine in different countries.

    Dr. Davidson continued her path to becoming a vet at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in Indiana. She looked for opportunities to learn about veterinary medicine while traveling and learning about different cultures. Purdue offered the opportunity to travel to the Czech Republic and Austria to study pocket pets and birds and a trip with IVSA to Indonesia.

    Dr. Davidson has interests in small animal surgery and shelter medicine after participating in a RAVS (Rural Area Veterinary Services) trip to South Dakota to spay, neuter, and vaccinate pets on the Sioux reservation. This trip fulfilled a goal to help an underserved population and feral/stray dogs. She plans to continue to volunteer with RAVS as a veterinarian in the years to come.  Dr. Davidson is also interested in small ruminants and cervid medicine.

    In her free time, Dr. Davidson can be found outdoors hiking, kayaking, swimming, skiing, and cycling. She has completed multiple cycling tours of Indiana and is excited to continue cycling the Finger Lakes. She shares her home with three vet school rescues; Static (mutt), Nola (English Mastiff) and Gandalf (rabbit).
    Keuka College, Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Dr. Nicole Irizarry

    Dr. Nicole Irizarry is excited to join the team at Eastview Veterinary Clinic as a mixed animal veterinarian. She grew up in Pennsylvania looking after many neighborhood pets while their families were on vacation and shared her childhood home with one sassy long-haired cat. During high school, Dr. Irizarry attended a summer program for agricultural sciences which sparked her interest in mixed-animal practice.

    Dr. Irizarry attended undergraduate at Penn State University where she worked with the research projects in exercise science and dairy nutrition, was involved with a therapeutic riding program and worked at the campus dairy barn.  During summer breaks, she volunteered with both large and small animal practices. She went on to veterinary school at Cornell University where she focused on dairy and small ruminant medicine and traveled to clinics throughout New York, California, Pennsylvania and Vermont to gain experience with a variety of farms.  Dr. Irizarry is interested by preventive medicine, in large and small animals and during veterinary school she routinely volunteered with the shelter medicine-outreach programs in Ithaca and Syracuse, NY.

    In her spare time, Dr. Irizarry enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, camping, cooking and Nittany Lions football. She and her husband share their home with Sierra, an enthusiast of truck rides and, an adoptee of Finger Lakes SPCA. They are excited to officially live in beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York!
    Penn State Univerity, Cornell University
  • Dr. Toby Pinn-Woodcock

    Dr. Toby Pinn-Woodcock graduated from the University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.  She then completed an internship in medicine and surgery at Vermont Large Animal Clinic Equine Hospital in 2009, followed by a 3-year residency in large animal internal medicine at the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University.  There she worked primarily with cattle, horses, camelids and small ruminants.

    Following her residency, Dr. Pinn-Woodcock returned to private practice in Vermont for 4 years.  Dr. Pinn-Woodcock’s special interests include equine ultrasound, large animal reproduction and neonatology, medical colic management, Lyme Disease in horses, infectious disease management and the diagnosis and treatment of neurologic, liver and kidney disease in large animals.  Camelids are a specialty with Dr. Pinn-Woodcock and her areas of interest include colic, parasites, dermatology problems, sick crias and reproduction.

    Dr. Pinn-Woodcock has moved back to the area with her husband and son to be closer to family, bringing along their dog and quarter horse mare. She is looking forward to getting to know the clients and patients of Eastview Veterinary Clinic!
    University of Wisconsin, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University
  • Dr. Anna Payne

    Dr. Anna Payne grew up in Farmington, NY on a family farm and decided (or was told?) that she would be a veterinarian at a very young age.  She was inspired by her grandfather and aunt (who is also a veterinarian), and by growing up on James Herriot's stories.

    Dr. Payne’s undergraduate degree is from Cornell University where she majored in Animal Science and graduated 2013.  While there she was on the Women's Varsity Crew Team for four years and spent summers working on dairy and sheep farms in the Finger Lakes/Western NY area and also at Cornell's swine farm.  

    While attending veterinary college at Cornell,  Dr. Payne did externships in small animal general practice, mixed animal ambulatory in central NY, R-VETS (Rural Veterinary Experience Training and Service) in South Dakota working with horses on Native American reservations.  She also did shelter externships (both in the US and Cozumel, Mexico), and at a dairy practice in California.  Her interests are in farm animal medicine, herd management, small animal GP, reproduction, and the list goes on!

    Dr. Payne enjoys traveling, both all around the US and internationally.  She has visited Germany, France, Italy, Scotland, Ireland, Mexico and England, where she even got to visit Thirsk and the James Herriot museum and surgery!  She is hoping her next big trip will be to Africa.  In her free time, Dr. Payne enjoys hiking, campfires, watching sports, working out and spending time with her friends and great big family.  Daily cuddles with her mixed-breed dog, Rufus, are a must.  She is very excited to be at EVC and is looking forward to getting to know the clients and patients!
    Cornell University
  • Dr. Jen Puttress

    Jen Puttress, DVM was born and raised in northern New Jersey.  She studied animal science at the University of Delaware before graduating from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine.  Following vet school, Dr. Puttress first completed a one year internship at New Jersey Equine Clinic, followed by a year in Vermont and the north country of New York.  Dr. Puttress has spent the last three years in the Hudson Valley as a large animal general practitioner, with special interests in equine and small ruminants. 

    In her spare time, Dr. Puttress enjoys hiking, photography, and fiber arts.  Dr. Puttress has two cats who let her live with them, and is excited to explore the Finger Lakes area!  She can’t wait to meet and get to know the clients and patients of EVC!

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2012
    University of Delaware, Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine
    Equine and Small Animal Ruminants