Please contact the emergency clinic before arriving as they are not always accepting patients if they are at capacity.

Bay Beach Veterinary Emergency Hospital

www.baybeachvets.com
2476 Nimmo Parkway #101
Virginia Beach, VA
757-427-3214

Blue Pearl Specialty & Emergency Town Center

www.bluepearlvet.com
364 S Independence Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA
757-499-5463

Peninsula Emergency Veterinary Clinic

www.parcvets.com
1120 George Washington Memorial Hwy
Yorktown, VA
757-874-8115

The Cove Center of Veterinary Expertise

https://thecovevets.com
6550 Hampton Roads Pkwy #113
Suffolk, VA
757-935-9111

Virginia Veterinary Center

www.virginiaveterinarycenters.com
3312 W Cary St
Richmond, VA
804-353-9000

Animal Emergency Center

www.animalemergencyyorktown.com
2025 George Washington Memorial Hwy
Yorktown, VA
757-234-0461

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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.

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Virginia Beach, VA 23451

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