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Thank you for giving us the opportunity to care for your pet.

New Clients Welcome

The doctors and staff of Hill Country Animal Hospital welcome you! Thank you for giving us the opportunity to care for your pet. We want to make sure that your first visit goes as smoothly as possible so please take this opportunity to explore this page and learn more about our practice and take advantage of our online forms. It is always our goal to provide you with exceptional service!

For your convenience, our hospital is open to accept new clients and patients six days a week. So that we can respect the time of all clients, we prefer that patients be seen by appointment. If you have an urgent situation or an emergency, please call ahead at (210) 695-4455 in order for us to most efficiently assist you.

Client Forms

Prior to your visit with us please fill out and submit the appropriate form(s) below. We also ask that if this is your first visit with us that you either bring your pet’s previous medical records in with your or that you provide us with contact information for your previous veterinarian so that we may obtain your pet’s records. These records provide us to with a more complete medical history so that we can provide your pet with the best care possible.

New Client Forms

Welcome to the Practice Form

Cancellation and Payment Policies

Surgical Forms

Surgery Pet History

Employment

Application For Employment

Helpful Resources

CareCredit

Pet Insurance

Trupanion

Pets Best

Embrace

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About Us

From Our Blog:

COVID-19 Gave Us New Lives

Covid 19, Coronavirus and Pets COVID-19 and the Coronavirus are on everyone’s mind right now and rightly so.  We want to make sure we provide you with timely and useful information regarding how you and your pet can stay safe and healthy.  Read on to learn more about pets and Coronavirus.

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November is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month

While there are some obvious similarities in human diabetes and diabetes in our pets, we tend to approach treatment a little differently in pets.  Let’s review and see how much you know about diabetes in pets! WHAT IS DIABETES? Diabetes Mellitus occurs when your pet’s body produces too little insulin, stops making insulin completely or […]

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I really can't offer any suggestions for improvement. Dr. Rooker is great. No matter what we see or call her for, she is always very knowledgeable as well as very kind. Also, she always follows up with a phone call. This is very much appreciated. Your staff is great. When we walk in the door, we are always greeted by name made to feel that our visit is just as important to them as it is to us. Thank you.
Carolyn B., Rio Medina, TX
I called afterwards because I thought I missed some instructions and the front desk was able to answer my question immediately but the Dr. also called me back to clear up any confusion. My cat is 19 years old and not once did they tell me to euthanize her because of her age. The nurse who was handling her was the best, she treated my cat with care and understanding.
Becky L., San Antonio, TX
So happy we were referred to this office, very satisfied with the experience. Really concerned about leaving our vet in AZ. We are happy now. Everyone was caring and professional. Would highly recommend this office.
Martha H., San Antonio, TX
This is a very pleasant vet office. Love that you really try hard to make it pleasant & ensure the least amount of stress for the animals. Everything is top notch.