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YOUR PARTNER IN PET HEALTH

badgeEvery day we see how pets bring joy into the lives of their humans.  It’s that unique bond which inspired us to create Hillside Animal Hospital in 2002.   Being a local family-owned business allows us to keep that personal touch that makes us different.  Our whole team is inspired by supporting you as a caregiver throughout your pet’s lifetime.  Whether it’s calling you and your pet by name as you walk through the door or creating a health plan that is tailored for your pet’s specific needs, we take pride in making you feel like a partner with our team.  It’s also important to us to earn your trust in the care that you’re getting here at Hillside is top notch.   That’s why we personally invest in the latest technologies in veterinary medicine, surgery, and team development.  After all, we are beyond an animal hospital…we’re a family business upon which your satisfaction is key.  We thank you for choosing us to be part of your family.

LET’S MAKE A HAPPY PET

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Dr. Rosonke

Cathy Rosonke

Dr. Council

Mike

Gayle Certified Veterinary Technician

Heidi Certified Veterinary Technician

Amanda Veterinary Technician

Kelly Client Service Representative

Brittney Certified Veterinary Technician

Heather Technician Assistant

YOUR PARTNER IN PET HEALTH

DOGS | CATS | REPTILES | RABBITS | POCKET PETS

Please take the time to read our complimentary blogs below.

After Care For Pets Following Surgery

At Hillside Animal Hospital we use minimally invasive surgery techniques so that your pet undergoes less trauma and recovery time is minimized. While minimally invasive surgery is safer for your pet than traditional invasive procedures, proper post-op care is still... read more

Caring for your senior pet

Everyone knows that a puppy’s needs are different from those of a grown dog.  So, doesn’t it make sense that senior dogs (and cats) have their own specific needs as well? The reality is senior pets have special care requirements because of their unique age-related... read more

Common signs of arthritis in your pet

Achy muscles and stiff joints affect more individuals than you may think. In fact, these common symptoms of arthritis are found in both the young and old—and human and non-human. That’s right…arthritis is an issue that many animals experience as well. Dogs in... read more