Your Trusted Team for Professional Pet Care Services

Sullivan County has been an accredited member of AAHA since 1984. Our goal is to serve our clients and their pets in a courteous, professional, and compassionate manner. We want to let our clients and their pets know they are.

Complete Veterinary Care Begins Here!

The Animal Hospital of Sullivan County has highly motivated employees who do their best to provide an enjoyable and positive atmosphere to work in, which promotes a better service and experience for our clients and their companions.

We hope this will reflect our goals, and the care, compassion, and devotion that we have for you and your pets. We also hope our dedication to you and your companion creates the type of veterinary practice you would like to provide your pet with quality care.

We're an Accredited Member of AAHA

The Animal Hospital of Sullivan County is an accredited member of AAHA since 1984. It has voluntarily achieved the high standards of AAHA which pertain to facilities, equipment, practice methods, and management.

The purpose of being an accredited member is to enhance the abilities of veterinarians to successfully conduct their practices and maintain their facilities with high standards of excellence. Evidence of compliance with these standards is determined through periodic on-site evaluations by practice consultants of the association.


Our professional staff is always ready to help your pets. Our staff understands that most pet owners consider their animals family members. With each of our medical team’s members being proud pet owners themselves, forming that special connection with your friend and saving all the pets under any circumstances is a personal mission for them.

Meet the Team!



Barbara J. Bodolosky, DVM

Dr. Barbara Bodolosky grew up in Northwest Ohio. She attended The Ohio State University for her undergraduate work and graduated from The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. She was in the Army reserves as a medic from 1988 to 1996 and served active duty during Desert Shield and Storm.

Dr. Bodolosky practiced in a small animal/exotic animal practice during the first year of her career in Columbus, Ohio. She then practiced at a multi-doctor practice in New Jersey for 7 years before buying the Animal Hospital of Sullivan County in 2001.

Dr. Bodolosky practices general medicine and surgery at her Ferndale, NY office. She offers care to dogs, cats, birds, and all the little furry pocket pets. Preventative medicine is the best medicine but Dr. Bodolosky is well equipped to take care of most medical and surgical problems.

During her off time Dr. Bodolosky enjoys spending time with her family – husband Jack and daughter Kaitlyn, gardening and hiking. Our family also includes Brody, our black lab, and two chickens.




Michelle Gloor
Kennel Caregiver

Time spent working at current position: Serving as a member of the animal-care team since 2002

The reason why you chose your line of work: All of my life I have had numerous pets. I love animals and have good interactions with them. In my job, I get to take care of other people's pets. The animals seem to trust me and I feel I can make a difference in their lives.

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