Wellness Clinic

Generally, Hanover Humane’s Veterinary Wellness Clinics are held the first Wednesday of each month.   Doors open to the public at 4:00 pm; Clinic closes at 6:00 pm. Please always check this website before going to Clinic as occasionally we need to make changes to our schedule. This website is used to communicate those changes. Animals must be under the control of their owner at all times while at Clinic. Dogs attending Clinic MUST be leashed or crated, and Cats must be crated. NO EXCEPTIONS. Hanover Humane reserves the right to refuse service to animals that exhibit aggression to people and/or animals while attending Clinic.

Our Clinic Schedule for the rest of 2017 is shown below:

* * * * September 6, 2017 – CLINIC WILL NOT BE HELD * * * *

October 4, 2017 – Clinic Will Be Held

November 1, 2017 – Clinic Will Be Held

December 6, 2017 – Clinic Will Be Held

On Clinic days, doors open to the public at 4:00 pm.  and close at 6:00 pm. Clients are seen on a first come/first serve basis.  No appointments are given. Payment must be made at Clinic for services provided at Clinic.

NOTE: Veterinary Wellness Clinic Prices Are Subject To Change Without Notice.

Hanover Humane Society doesn’t have access to Veterinary Wellness Clinic data. If you’ve been to Wellness Clinic and need a copy of your animal’s documentation/rabies certificate, etc., please contact Dr. Hurley D.V.M. directly at 804.779.7071.

The Veterinary Wellness Clinic is offered to the public at Hanover Humane’s facility at 12190 Washington Highway in Ashland. Dr. Kathryn Hurley DVM conducts each Wellness Clinic with staffing provided by Hanover Humane’s volunteers.

Clinic was established to provide preventative veterinary care for healthy animals. Effective August 2, 2011, a $45 Exam Fee will apply for clients having 5 or more animals under review by the vet at any one clinic. If no veterinary services (vaccines, testing, etc.) are sought, a $45 Exam fee will apply NO EXCEPTIONS. In addition, a health certification exam fee will apply in some circumstances as outlined below.

The Veterinary Wellness Clinic is not a full-service veterinary facility;  services are limited to routine vaccines and testing only. Clients having animals that are injured  or sick (upper respiratory infections, bloody stools, ear infections/issues, skin lesions, baldness, etc.) will need to visit their regular vet for treatment. Animals needing emergency services will need to be seen by either a local veterinary hospital, the Veterinary Referral and Critical Care facility, or the Veterinary Emergency Center. Hanover Humane reserves the right to decline service to any animal that it feels should be seen by a full-service veterinary facility.

Hanover Humane’s Veterinary Wellness Clinic staff and facility are not equipped to deal with feral cats or dogs;  these will not be seen by the veterinarian during Wellness Clinic.

 Additional Veterinary Wellness Clinic Information….

Clients are expected to pay for all services before leaving the Veterinary Wellness Clinic; clients will not be billed.

Please note that personal checks are NOT accepted at Wellness Clinic.

The following payment options are available to clients:

  • Cash
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Discover card

All clients are handled on a first-come/first-served basis with a queue formed as clients are checked in.  Clients who check-in and then leave the check-in location will lose their spot in the queue. They will be placed at the end of the line.

Veterinary Wellness Clinic clients are expected to remain with their animal(s) at all times. For liability purposes other than during the vet review, Hanover Humane’s volunteers at check-in and check-out will not have physical contact with client animals. Physically controlling/guiding animals through Clinic from reception to check-out is the sole responsibility of the owner. To minimize confusion, one handler per animal will be allowed to see the vet.  Additional family members, friends, children, etc. will need to remain in the reception area. As posted throughout the facility, we ask that you refrain from using your Cell Phone while working with our volunteers and veterinary staff at Clinic.

Please note that a minimum $45 office visit fee will apply per animal for:

  1. Health certification for air travel,
  2. Health certification and completion of documentation for Therapy Dogs,
  3. Health certification and completion of documentation for breeding purposes, etc.

The following is a fee schedule of services (ALL PRICING SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE):

Exam Fee: No Exam Fee applies for clients having 1 to 4 animals being reviewed by the vet at any one Clinic.
$45 Exam Fee for clients having 5 or more animals being reviewed by the vet at any one Clinic.
$45 minimum charge Certification Exam Fee for therapy dogs, breeding purposes, air travel, general veterinary review without vaccines, testing, etc. etc.
Distemper/Parvo Vaccine  (Dog): $27
Lyme Vaccine(Dog): $30
Lepto Vaccine (Dog): $27
Bordetella (Dog-Kennel Cough): $18
Canine Influenza (Dog): $35
Distemper Vaccine (Cat) : $27
Rabies Vaccine (1 or 3 year, Cat or Dog): $15
Heartworm/Lyme/Ehrlichia/Anaplasia Test: $48
Heartworm Test: $28
Fecal Exam: $15
Wormer: Pricing varies based on treatment
Feline Leukemia Vaccine (Cat): $29
Rabies Vaccine (Purevax one year–cats only): $18
Feline Leukemia and Aids Combo Test: $37
Heartworm Preventative (six months, as approved by Dr. Hurley, DVM) : $35 and up. (Pricing varies based on the weight of the animal and product.)
Flea and Tick Prevention: $54 and up. (Pricing varies based on the weight of the animal and the product purchased.)
Microchip Insertion (Microchip registration is required through Home Again; Annual fees to registering company apply): $35

 Deep appreciation goes to our veterinarian, Dr. Kathryn Hurley, for making this program possible!

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