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Our Mission

"We will strive with the utmost honesty, integrity, and compassion to provide you, our client, and your pets with progressive medicine in combination with compassionate care, in a constant effort to exceed your expectations. "

Welcome to Advanced Veterinary Medical Center
Your Veterinarian in Farmington Hills MI
Call us at (248) 478-5400

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (248) 478-5400!

We offer a full range of veterinary medical services with the highest standards of care:

For your convenience we accept VISA, MasterCard, personal checks or cash for payment of services and products. Payment is expected when services are rendered. We also encourage pet owners to consider enrolling in a pet insurance plan, especially early in your pet's life. Please ask for details when calling or visiting the practice.

If you need payment options we accept Care Credit. A simple application process will allow you access to credit that can be used at any medical facility including your veterinarian, doctor or dentist. Go to to apply .

At Advanced Veterinary Medical Center, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. John Rozenbaum
Farmington Hills Veterinarian | Advanced Veterinary Medical Center | (248) 478-5400

30470 Grand River Ave
Farmington Hills, MI 48336

We are your Hometown Vet

Visiting the veterinarian should be a positive experience. From greeting you at the door, to making sure you leave our office with the right information, our dedicated support staff is here to make going to the vet a pleasure for you and your pet. Dr. John Rozenbaum has over 20 years of veterinary experience, and has long been recognized in the community for his compassionate care. Dr. Rozenbaum’s ultimate goal is to partner with you in insuring your pet’s long term well being.

We at Advanced Veterinary Medical Center want to be the one you turn to for all of your pet care needs. We offer a wide range of services ranging from routine vaccinations to complex orthopedic surgery to grooming products and diet needs.

We strive to provide excellent client/patient service and will always be available when you need us. We endeavor to improve and extend your lifelong relationships with your pets through close involvement in their care and development.

Office Hours - Subject to Change with COVID19


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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Leah Maynard

    Leah has been an employee here at AVMC since 2019.  She has a Boston terror (Boston Terrier) named Boss.  Leah has lived all over the country and certified in many jobs.  Leah is certified in AA Fire Service, AA Paramedic, FEMA/ICS Cert., CPR cert. For Dogs and Cats, PHTLA, PALS, and Hazmat.  She also graduated in Gemalogy.  Leah and our Practice Manager Michelle always wear Unicorn scrubs on Friday!

  • Lily Covert
    Kennel Attendant

    Lily is currently attending School Craft College where she hopes to transfer to MSU to study Veterinary Medicine.  She has been an employee here at AVMC since 2020 to gain experience in a veterinary field before going to Vet school.  At home, she has a border collie named Sammy and 1 cat named Pumpkin.  Lily has also figure skated for 14 years.

  • Jody Mark
    Veterinary Technician

    Jody started working at AVMC in 2020 as a Vet Tech.  She currently has an associate's degree in criminology.  She also has a cat named Nola May.  Before working at AVMC, she worked at a dog daycare and worked with dogs for 5 years.  She didn’t realize she wanted to work with animals while in school, but now has the passion to become a Vet Tech.

  • Michelle Eriksen
    Practice Manager

    Michelle  started working for AVMC in February, where she also manages two other hospitals.  She started out working for rescue facilities, volunteering, and fostering dogs since 2011 before she came here.  She worked closely with Villalobos Rescue Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.  She now has two dogs from that facility, and three from local Michigan shelters.  Their names are Maverick the border collie, Charlee the terrier, Rocket the terrier, Goose the border collie, and Harley the border collie.  Michelle started out working in customer service/sales management in 2006, before realizing she wanted to work alongside animals.

  • Mikala Kieling

    Mikala earned her Sports Management Bachelor's degree in 2018 and is now working on her Master's Degree at EMU.  Mikala started working for AVMC in 2020 while working on her masters.  Mikala has a Husky named Bailey and 3 cats named Sasha, Sadie, and Skitters.  Mikala loves Huskies and will pet any husky when they walk through the door.  Every other year she and her dad love going to the Women’s Final Four Basketball Tournament.

  • Ashley Lore
    Veterinary Technician

    Ashley has been employed here since June 2020 as a Vet tech and runs all Social media and built our website.  Ashley is currently in school at Penn Foster to get her Vet Tech degree before heading to Arizona to go to Veterinary School at the College of Veterinary Medicine.  She is also certified in CPR for Dogs and Cats, as well as certified in Fear Free Practice.  At home, she has a Black Lab named Nova and an American Bully named Miggy.  Ashley is an avid runner and weight lifter in her spare time.

  • John Rozenbaum, DVM
    Dr. Rozenbaum graduated from Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990 with a strong interest in orthopedic and soft tissue surgery as well as diagnostic ultrasound. Dr. Rozenbaum has attended numerous continuing education seminars. Some of his specialties include fracture repair, surgery of the stifle joint, and abdominal ultrasound.
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After Hours ER

Animal Emergency Center 248-348-1788 or Blue Pearl 248-354-6640



Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I recommend Advanced Veterinary Medical Center to all of our customers for their pet’s Veterinary services with great confidence – heck, Dr. Rozenbaum is my own pets’ Veterinarian! Dr. Rozenbaum and staff must speak the language of “Woof” – they seem to understand when a dog doesn’t feel good, is afraid or cautious and help to make my dogs visits easier and pleasant. The office and Veterinary Assistant staff is skilled and have terrific customer service. They let me know they were there for me and my pet many times in good and more difficult pet ownership times. Compassionate, skilled, great customer service, and cutting edge professional services at reasonable prices – Canine College recommends Advanced Veterinary Medical Center to all of our customers!"
    Deb W.
  • "Words cannot express how grateful I am for the special care and treatment that Advanced Veterinary Medical Center has provided my pets through the years. Dr. Rozenbaum and the staff at Advanced understand how much we love our animals and they treat them like their own. I appreciate Dr. Rozenbaum's expert, loving care given to my pets who are members of my family and so very important to me. He has a special kindness and compassion for animals and has gone above and beyond on many occasions, especially when I lost my beloved dog, Jake. I will never forget his gentleness, patience, and the special care he gave both me and Jake. It means a lot to me to have such a caring doctor I can trust with the lives of my pets."
    Marlene S.
  • "An associate Veterinarian, Dr. Elmer, who fills in at Advanced Vet and who is affiliated with the clinic, examined a lump on my then 2 year old Weimaraner, Jasmine. He said this lump needs to come out right away. We were apprehensive. After surgery, MSU said my dog had Lymphatic Cancer based on the analysis of the removed lump that was sent to them. I thought, "My Baby!". After detailed follow-up with a cancer specialist, no further treatment or chemo was necessary, as the doctor caught the cancer before it spread, removed good "margins" around the lump during surgery, and in my humble opinion, performed nothing less than a Christmas miracle. Many years later, that girl is laying next to me right now, belly to the air as she lay on the ground being lazy."
    Ed and Tammy C

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