Meet Our Team
Annette Jones, DVM
Dr. Annette Jones is the hospital director of Bayview Animal Hospital. She has cared for pets at Bayview as a general practitioner since 2004 and has been with Monroe Veterinary Associates since 2001.
A native of Webster, NY, Dr. Jones attended Hartwick College and graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Bachelor's Degree in Biology in 1997. She continued her veterinary education at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and was awarded her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2001.
Dr. Jones is passionate about veterinary care and derives great satisfaction from keeping pets healthy. Senior pet care and dentistry are just two of her many professional interests. A member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the New York State Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. Jones is also an accredited veterinarian with the United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Dr. Jones has two rescue cats, Simone and Sabrina. Her hobbies include kayaking, geocaching, ceramics and spending time with her family.
Sarah A. Gebbie, DVM
Dr. Sarah A. Gebbie is an associate veterinarian at Bayview Animal Hospital. She has cared for pets as a general practitioner since 2006, working at both Suburban Animal Hospital and East River Veterinary Hospital prior to Bayview.
Dr. Gebbie completed her undergraduate education in 2002 at the University of California, Los Angeles and received her Bachelor's Degree in Ecology, Behavior and Evolution, with a minor in Classical Civilization. She went on to attend the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine and was awarded her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2006.
Soft tissue surgery is just one of her many professional interests. She also enjoys working with small mammals and exotics, including rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, mice, hamsters and gerbils.
Dr. Gebbie has one dog named Sheba and two cats name Harry and Weasley. In her spare time, she enjoys singing with her band, boating, camping and spending time with her husband and two sons.
Alexis Deyo, DVM
Dr. Alexis Deyo grew up in Brighton, NY. She began working in the animal care industry after receiving her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Ithaca College.
After graduation, she worked as an adoption counselor for the Erie County S.P.C.A., and both a veterinary technician assistant and a certified veterinary technician at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in New Jersey. She then obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. She completed externships at Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Services and Pittsford Animal Hospital while in veterinary school.
Dr. Deyo has one dog, Kiko, and two cats, Bo Bo and Sophie. In her free time, she enjoys gardening and baking.
Client Service Representative Supervisor
Born in Rochester and raised in Webster, Linnea joined Bayview Animal Hospital in June 2012. At work she most enjoys interacting with everyone.
“I love working with the patients, clients and coworkers. I like that I can help educate and support pet owners to care for their pets properly so they can have long, happy and healthy lives.” she said.
Linnea shares her home with her 7 beloved dogs. Linnea also owns her own business, Tranquil Transitions Grief Support. She is a certified Grief Recovery Specialist® “I saw a real need for helping others through the loss of their pets and ones that are terminally ill along with the over 40 different other grief’s that people experience in their lifetime. Having gone through the loss of my own pets I truly know how hard it is to go through and that support is greatly needed. I feel serving others whether they are human or an animal is my calling in life.”
When she’s not working, Linnea loves spending time with her fur kids, listening to music and reading books. As a volunteer for an animal rescue and dog foster dog mom, she has a passion for rescuing animals as well as advocating for laws regarding animal rights, abuse and putting an end to puppy mills.
“For me, there is no greater feeling than helping save lives.” she said.