Why Come to the Hope Veterinary Clinic? We practice with the most up-to-date technology in order to assist your pet live longer, and be healthier! Our doctors utilize digital radiographs, laser surgery, tonometry, physical therapy laser, dental radiographs, ultrasonography, video otoscopy, blood pressure monitoring, and oncology treatment. Our four doctors have over 90 years cumulative experience.
|Address||4450 West Jonathan Moore Pikes|
|Phone Number||(812) 342-0263|
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Your pet deserves the highest quality care, and Hope Veterinary Clinic provides a full range of advanced diagnostic services and treatment options for cats and dogs in Columbus, Indiana and the surrounding communities. We have three area locations - Hope Veterinary Clinic East, Hope Veterinary Clinic North, and Hope Veterinary Clinic West. We take great pride in the fact that all of our facilities are certified by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) - the only accrediting body for small animal practices in the U.S. and Canada.
Since 1977, Hope Veterinary Clinic has proudly served pet owners in Columbus, Indiana and the surrounding communities. What began as one small clinic has blossomed into 3 state-of-the-art, AAHA-certified facilities that provide pet owners with the highest standards of veterinary care. We are truly thankful for the growth we have enjoyed in our communities, and we are pleased to offer our clients the expertise of our six doctors. Each of our veterinarians rotate among all three of our facilities, providing pet owners with quality care and the benefit of a collaborative medical environment.
At Hope Veterinary Clinic, we pride ourselves on offering well-rounded care, particularly when it comes to pain management. If your cat or dog is experiencing chronic pain from arthritis or an injury, our physical therapy laser offers safe, effective relief. Laser therapy is also beneficial for wound healing and post-surgery rehabilitation. Low-level laser therapy is scientifically proven to increase circulation, stimulate additional nerve function, augment collagen formation, and produce high levels of endorphins.
When your pet is in pain, safe, effective relief can significantly improve your pet's physical comfort, mobility, and overall quality of life. Pets with chronic pain are at increased risk for depression, complications related to loss of appetite, aggression, and other anti-social behaviors, so intervention early on is paramount. Common causes of pain in pets include arthritis, disc disease, muscle damage, injuries, surgery, or cancer. If your pet has just undergone surgery or suffered an injury, we know they are experiencing pain.
Oral hygiene is important for more than just your pet's smile. Regular dental cleanings help safeguard your pet against painful gum disease that can make it difficult for your pet to chew or eat properly. Additionally, bacteria that build up in the gums can travel through the bloodstream and impact other organs. Our dental services at Hope Veterinary Clinic include teeth cleaning and polishing, digital dental x-rays, tooth extractions, and oral surgery. Because most of your pet's tooth lies below the gum line.
From wellness care to oncology; advanced diagnostics to behavioral counseling; and laser surgery to pain management, our comprehensive suite of services provides the continuum of care that your cat or dog needs at every life stage. Wellness care: Annual appointments are important at every age. Visit our wellness page to learn more. Dietary Counseling: Proper nutrition is required at every life stage. We can provide dietary recommendations to meet your pet's growth, weight maintenance, and performance needs.
At Hope Veterinary Clinic's East and North, we perform spay/neuter procedures, soft tissue surgeries such as mass removal, and dental surgeries in state-of-the-art surgical suites equipped with modern Luxor lasers.
Few words are as frightening as "cancer." If your cat or dog has received a cancer diagnosis, you are probably overwhelmed with heartache and questions about what comes next. Dr. Stephen Newton and Dr. Rachel Proffitt are caring, experienced veterinarians with a special place in their hearts for cancer patients. They can answer all of your questions and review your pet's treatment options with you. Newton and Proffitt specialize in treating lymphomas and are experienced in the surgical removal of tumors and the administration of chemotherapy and other protocols.