• 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


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


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


    Radiology (also called x-ray) is a non-invasive procedure used to examine interior structures of the body. This is accomplished by passing x-rays through the body and recording this passage on a screen (x-ray film). The patient is placed on a specialized table and positioned so that the x-rays will pass through the area under question.

    Radiographs are taken for various reasons including, but not limited to: fractured bones, foreign bodies, suspected tumors, lung disease, heart disease, bladder and kidney stones.

    Radiation is highly monitored, by special badges and also machinery is monitored and calibrated by specialists. The risk to the patient is minimal, however, sometimes it is necessary to use sedation or anesthesia, depending on the reason for the radiograph. General anesthesia is required for OFA x-rays and PENN Hip x-rays