• Our Motto:
    Treat every client as though they were family and every pet as though they were our own.


    Our address is:
    4270 State Rt2 147 & 225
    Herndon, PA


    Our office hours are:
    Monday: 8am - 7pm
    Tuesday: 8am - 5pm
    Wednesday: 8am - 6pm
    Thursday: 8am - 7pm
    Friday: 8am - 5pm
    Saturday, Sunday: Closed

    Note: Starting in June, we will be closing at 1:00PM on Friday


    To contact us, please call:
    (570) 758-5130


    In an emergency, please contact:
    Northeast Veterinary Referral Hospital, Plains, PA
    (570) 208-8877

    OR

    Animal Emergency Center, Watsontown, PA
    (570) 742-7400

    OR

    Rossmoyne Animal Emergency and Trauma Center, Mechanicsburg, PA
    (717) 796-2334


  • ECG

    ECG stands for electrocardiogram, which is a non-invasive technique to monitor cardiac function. Probes are placed on various parts of the body which record electric impulses that pass through the body. These recordings allow the clinician to interpret certain conditions of the heart. The ECG is a useful tool in evaluating heart disease associated with arrhythmias. ECG is also used during surgery here at Line Mountain Animal Hospital to monitor the patient's pain, stress and anesthetic depth.

    Some other important indications for performing an ECG are:

    • Monitoring heart rate (tachycardia, bradycardia, and arrhythmias)
    • Difficulty breathing (dyspnea) or cyanosis (lack of oxygen)
    • Fainting or seizures
    • Enlarged heart profile as seen with a radiograph (x-ray)
    • Preoperatively in animals at increased risk for surgery
    • Evaluating the effect of cardiac drugs
    • Various metabolic diseases that change electrolyte balances