At Beacon Veterinary Hospital, we focus on the health and well-being of your dog or cat. Our wellness approach results in a fulfilling life experience for both you and your pet by promoting your pet’s general health and vigor. This, combined with preventive care, early diagnosis and treatment of any medical conditions, and wellness programs enhance your relationship with your pet. Together we will make a plan that suits your needs and lifestyle which can lead to a long and joyful experience for you both.

Adopting a new dog or cat from a local rescue group or shelter? Beacon Veterinary Hospital supports your decision by offering free initial physical exams for those animals adopted from certain rescue groups or shelters. Simply call our office for details and share the good news—we will schedule your adoptee’s first free appointment right away.

General Medicine

Sometimes pets develop illnesses or injuries and need more than routine care. Our doctors, experienced in emergency, shelter and general medicine, are skilled at detection and treatment of many diseases and conditions including:

  • Diseases of the kidneys, liver, and other internal organs
  • Thyroid, adrenal, and other endocrine diseases
  • Infectious diseases
  • Dermatology
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer treatment and chemotherapy
  • Pain management
  • Geriatric care

Our on-site laboratory services and digital x-ray equipment allow us to diagnose medical problems without delay, fill a prescription at our pharmacy, and send you home with the least amount of inconvenience for your pet or you. In the few cases when your prescription is not available on site, we will gladly call it into a pharmacy for you.


Occasionally pets require surgery, whether it is a simple spay or neuter, or a more complicated procedure. Our doctors are experienced soft tissue surgeons with a background in emergency, shelter, and general medicine. They are able to provide you with the excellence you need for your pet’s care. We screen all patients carefully for safety, and we tailor anesthetics to the needs of your pet. Pain management is an important part of every surgical intervention—compassionate and humane treatment is the hallmark of our program.

If your pet requires highly specialized surgery, or if you just want the comfort of a second opinion, we refer to the best: board certified surgeons and specialists.