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Diagnostic Procedures
  • Digital Radiography (x-rays) 
  • On-site blood screening: chemistries, CBC, electrolytes
  • On-site heartworm and tick born disease testing
  • On-site feline FIV/FeLV testing
  • Off-site laboratory testing
  • Fecal and urine testing



We understand that surgery is not an easy experience for clients and their pets, and we strive to make sure that your pet’s surgical procedure is as stress-free as possible. We are pleased to provide a wide range of surgical services. In addition to spay and neuter surgeries, Hopewell Veterinary Group performs a wide range of orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries. Please contact us for information regarding a particular surgical operation, and we will gladly address your concerns. 



Prescription Diets and Other Products

  • Prescription Diets: We carry a large variety of prescription diets to meet the specific dietary needs of your pet. These diets are specifically formulated for animals that have underlying medical conditions and can only be prescribed and dispensed by a veterinarian.
  • Dental Care Items: Routine dental care is very important to maintain the health of your pet. Similarly to humans, animals also benefit from good oral hygiene habits such as having their teeth brushed and cleaned. Oral problems can be the root of many medical issues such as: infection, tooth loss, difficulty eating, ulcers, and pain. We carry an array of oral hygiene products that you can use at home to keep your pets mouth clean and healthy. 
  • Prescription medicated shampoos and conditioners
  • Heartworm preventatives: We carry both topical and oral versions of heartworm preventatives
  • Internal and external parasite treatments and preventatives: These treatments help to protect your pet from ticks, fleas, mites, and other common internal or external parasites. These medications and treatments come in a several variations such as: topical application, oral tablet, chewable tablet, injection, and area treatments.
Preventative Medicine and Vaccinations
Preventative medicine can play an important role in keeping your pet healthy and prevent illness and disease. There are many forms of preventative care that should be considered when owning a pet. The most common examples of preventative medications are; heartworm preventatives, parasite preventatives, and vaccinations. 
Because each animal is unique, many of these preventative measures will vary with species, age, and health status. 


Microchipping has become a very useful tool when trying to locate and identify a lost pet. A microchip is a small device about the size of a grain of rice that is implanted underneath the pet's skin between the shoulder blades. It is a very fast procedure and is completed in a way very similar to a routine vaccination. Many pets tolerate this very well and there is no need for anesthesia. The implanted chip has a unique identification number on it that can be picked up and read by a scanner. After the microchip is placed, it is the pet owner's responsibility to register the microchip with the company's database to ensure the appropriate contact information is set up for the animal. If your pet becomes lost and is taken to a veterinary clinic or animal shelter, they will scan the pet and obtain the identification number. Once the number is obtained, they can search a database and link the pets microchip number with your contact information. 


Emergency Care

Hopewell Veterinary Group is not a 24 hour emergency and critical care facility. However, if you are a current client, a doctor is on call 24 hours for emergency assistance and guidance. If your pet is experiencing a life threatening emergency, it is advised that you go to the closest emergency facility. Please click the button below for emergency services. 

.Physical Exams

Physical exams are examinations or "check-ups" that are done on a regular basis to check animals for any signs of possible underlying disease or illness. Typically, these exams are done on an annual basis, but can be done more frequently depending on the health and age of your pet. Please check with our veterinarians to determine the frequency of your visits to keep your pet happy and healthy!
Please read the "Preparing for your Appointment" page 
for appointment information by clicking the button below:


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