Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday



Health Maintenance Services

ICUInternal Medicine

To best protect your pet's health and overall well-being, Hill Country Animal Hospital offers a broad range of veterinary services. While our focus is on disease prevention and wellness care, you can also rely on our skilled, compassionate medical team when your pet is sick. To that end, an important part of our practice is the diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of diseases that can affect your pet's internal organs and body systems.

Our experienced veterinarians, supported by Hill Country Animal Hospital's advanced diagnostic technology, have expertise in diagnosing and treating complex internal medicine cases such as kidney, heart, respiratory, immune-mediated and endocrine diseases.

Intensive Care Unit

In the event your pet requires intensive care, our hospital is well-equipped to provide the highest-quality care possible. Intravenous catheters, fluid therapy and intensive monitoring are just a few of the services we provide in our ICU. Our veterinary staff has expertise in the use of heart monitors, blood pressure machines and other equipment used to determine the health and condition of each patient.


Certain illnesses require your pet to be isolated from other animals due to the contagious properties of that illness. Should your pet be infected with a contagious virus, our hospital has a clean and comfortable isolation area that allows our veterinary staff to provide your pet with the same high standard of care that our other non-contagious patients receive.

Your Pet's Nutrition

Proper nutrition and a balanced diet, along with fresh, clean water, is an essential ingredient for your pet's overall good health. As your pet's caregiver, nutrition is the most significant health variable that you control.

Feeding your pet the highest-quality food you can afford is one of the best ways you can contribute to his or her health and vitality. Although the differences between premium and budget varieties may not be apparent on their nutrition labels, they are in the quality of the ingredients. Both may contain the same amount of protein but be very different when it comes to digestibility and nutritional value. Making the best nutritional choices for your dog or cat not only effects general health, but will improve the quality and length of your pet's life.

Pet FoodTo support your efforts, the doctors at Hill Country Animal Hospital perform a thorough body condition evaluation during every physical examination, and give recommendations based on what we see. We can also provide you with important information on proper serving size, nutrient needs, and feeding strategies for your individual pet. We will also help you navigate pet food claims so you can make the most informed choices.

Prescription Diets

Some pets have serious nutritional challenges or chronic conditions that benefit from a special diet. When that is the case, we may recommend feeding a special prescription diet. Making this change can have a significant positive impact on your pet's overall health and well-being.

Prescription diets benefit medical conditions such as liver disease, bladder and kidney disease, digestive problems, renal failure, food allergies, diabetes, and more. Hill Country Animal Hospital carries a diverse inventory of prescription foods and high-quality nutritional products. If your pet requires a prescription diet we do not carry, we can easily order it for you.