No matter what the situation, we are here to help.
Our DVM team is backed by over 75 years of veterinary medical expertise.
Great Neck Veterinary Clinic offers a fear-free experience for your pet. Fear Free veterinary visits seek to eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress, and create an experience that’s better and safer for all involved, including pets, owners, and veterinary healthcare teams. In addition to providing general care and surgery, we also provide specialized care through the use of acupuncture and Class IV Laser Therapy.
Appointments are always recommended, but are not necessary for emergencies, nail trimming, blood draws, and expressing anal glands. It is easier than ever to connect with us by using our new app, PetDesk. You can request appointments, send us messages, get reminders, and more on any mobile device. Click the blue icon on the right of the screen for more information and to download.
Great Neck Veterinary Clinic is also proud to offer the services of our pet pharmacy. In order to obtain prescription refills, the patient must have received a physical exam and blood work within the past year.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Blair Hollowell
Dr. Hollowell is certified in rehabilitative medicine and her other special practice interests include surgery and dentistry. Dr. Hollowell served as a member of the Virginia Beach SPCA Board and the Animal Control Advisory Council. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Feline Practitioners Association, and the International Association of Veterinary Pain Management. Currently she is the President of the South Hampton Roads Veterinary Medical Association. In her free time Dr. Hollowell can be found chasing her “fraidy” cat Stash or her two dogs, Frankie and Freddie. She also enjoys riding horses, sewing, boating and reading.
Dr. Leigh Hofmeister
Dr. Hofmeister received her undergraduate degree in Animal & Veterinary Sciences from Clemson University in 2006 and her DVM from Ross University in 2010. She is particularly passionate about educating pet owners to ensure they provide the best care for their furry partners.
Dr. Hofmeister and her husband, Dan, have one daughter, Heidi. Together they enjoy runs through the state park with Bodie, one of their two black Labs, and relaxing at home with their Rottweiler, Chili, and cat named Samson.
Dr. Katie Lottinville
Dr. Jacqueline Braer
Dr. Jessica Silberberg
Dr. Patrick Abernethy