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Welcome to Pine Meadow Veterinary Hospital!

Pine Meadow Veterinary Hospital has a long and established history in the Yorktown, Hampton, and Newport News areas having been established in 1977. With over 40 years of service to the local community we've grown a lot from our early beginnings to the service you see today, however, we are proud to offer the same tailored approach with contemporary and innovative veterinary medicine. Read more about Our Story.

Our perpetual mission is to advance the health and welfare of our patients, and that begins by recognizing that the bond people have with their pets is increasing exponentially. We understand you view your dogs and cats as family members and want the highest quality care possible for them. Our staff believes every pet should have access to great care and advanced medicine, and they can get it here at Pine Meadow Veterinary Hospital.

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Our Veterinary Services

One of the best things you can do to keep your pet healthy is to bring them to the veterinarian for a yearly physical exam. Combined with a tailored vaccination program and recommendations on preventatives for things like heartworm, fleas, and ticks, the needs of your animal will be met every step of the way.

From canine and feline wellness to surgical services and post-operative care, we do it all in one facility. Our doctors are exceptionally proficient in a wide variety of surgical procedures, including routine spay and neuter.

Emergency cases will always receive top priority at Pine Meadow. That's because we understand emergencies happen and work to provide pet owners with all the information needed to act quickly and appropriately.

Under certain circumstances, we may need to refer your pet to a specialist with advanced training and expertise in certain areas. We only use local and trusted specialists and work with them to determine the best course of treatment.

Boarding? Pet ID?  Yes, We Do That Too

Not only do we recognize the value of excellence in veterinary care, but we also understand the importance of providing other services that may fall outside the scope of traditional veterinary care. That includes boarding and daycare -- with an emphasis on 'care'. Your pet's overnight stay with us will go beyond a bed and a meal, and our daycare offers a safe environment when you need to be away for the day. Scheduled drop-off and pick-up hours can be provided to accommodate your busy schedule.

Schedule an Appointment Today!

As a comprehensive care facility, Pine Meadow Veterinary Hospital is devoted to helping your pets live long and healthy lives. If you're in need of veterinary services in the Yorktown, Hampton, and Newport News areas, visit us today at 1403 George Washington Mem Hwy, Yorktown, or call 757-599-3326




Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We had a great experience as first time puppy owners. Staff was friendly/helpful. Dr. Freeman took his time with us as we had tons of questions. I would most defiantly recommend this facility for your Pet’s Vetinarian needs."
    Bethp, Yorktown


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