Emergencies

Our clinic is currently open and no appointment is needed for minor emergencies that require urgent care. Please call us before arriving:

757-481-2800

Keeping up with your pet’s health from your mobile device has never been easier!

  • Request Appointments 24/7
  • Receive Automatic Reminders
  • Care Club Discounts
  • Save Notes, Pics, and Much More

Get pet food delivered right to your front door with free shipping! This is 100% risk-free! VetDirect offers a money-back guarantee for quality and taste.

It’s simple – click the button below to get started. Use our clinic ID “0JQ7D” to register your pet for their new diet. Their food will be delivered right to your door! How easy is that?

Have a question? Please complete the form below and a member of our staff will get back to you as quickly as possible.

If this is an emergency situation during business hours, please call us at 757-481-2800.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

PennHIP Certification

Canine hip and elbow dysplasia are the most common hereditary orthopedic problems seen in dogs. Screening can help to reduce the risk of producing puppies with these potentially crippling diseases and identify problems early in companion canines. Identifying such things as a loose hip in puppies which often leads to the development of hip arthritis in later years of life is just one of the benefits offered by PennHIP radiographing.

 

Hip dysplasia may affect any dog, whether it is male or female, small, medium or large sized. It is estimated however that more than 50 percent of some large breeds are affected, making it far more common in these animals than in smaller dogs.

  • PennHIP radiographing is noninvasive and allows wellness programs to be started early in your pet’s life. Great Neck Veterinary Clinic offers two methods of diagnosing hip dysplasia: radiographs submitted to either the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) and/or to PennHIP.
  • PennHIP is more than just a radiographic technique. It is a network of veterinarians trained to perform the PennHIP methodology properly. In addition, it is a large scientific database that houses the PennHIP data. Radiographs are made by certified PennHIP members worldwide and are sent to the PennHIP analysis center for evaluation.

Dr. Hollowell is certified to perform the complex PennHIP evaluation at Great Neck Veterinary Clinic. She is one of only a few veterinarians in the region with this specific training.

Contact

Download Our App

} Hours

Monday 8am - 8pm
Tuesday 8am - 8pm
Wednesday 8am - 8pm
Thursday 8am - 8pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm
Sunday Closed
TAP TO CALL US NOW

Pin It on Pinterest