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Oak Hills Animal Hospital

(7 Reviews)

1678 Us Highway 181 N, Floresville, TX 78114

(830) 393-4600

Today: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Tomorrow: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
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Phone: (830) 393-8099

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Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarians, Pet Services, Pet Boarding & Kennels, Pet Grooming
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Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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Tiffany D.



Misdiagnosed my dog and treated her for an infection she didn't have. He told me she had skin allergies, food allergies, and a bacterial ear infection that would be chronic.

He was wrong about all of it.

Prices are outrageous. Doesn't do adequate testing because "he knows".

If you love your animals, don't take them here.

Marysa J.



Took my older small dog in for what I thought was back pains. Dr Hill tells me she has liver abscesses and that if she was younger then he would just remove the affected area. She had to stay there for several days on an IV of antibiotics. Once we got home the next day she acted worse. Took her back to her normal vet back home and she sent us to an emergency specialty vet because she didn't feel comfortable with her bilirubin levels in her urine (which she didn't have before going to Hill) We are informed that she had severe pancreatitis, NOT liver abscesses. That Dr. Hill over medicated and was causing her liver to be in distress. He did NOT see what Dr Hill saw on Xray and told me that I am VERY glad that he didn't remove part of her liver like he wanted. He also said age is not a disease and that DR hill shouldn't have treated her any differently than a younger dog.

-CRAZY EXPENSIVE- spent more money at Hill who made my dog sicker than I did at an Emergency Speciality Hospital.

Cj W.



600$ to tell me my dog had low thyroid! It blew my mind when they told me the price. Dog was there 1 day and was charged 2 and also 1 day hospitalization. actually 3 days.

Terry S.



I had a very bad experience with Dr. Hill... he over medicated my dog and if I had done what he suggested, it would have killed his liver. I would not recommend him. Hopefully he has gotten better now.

Randall V.



Dr. Hill and his staff will make you feel right at home as soon as you walk in the door. The office is up to date with all the latest technology and are very knowledgable with all aspects of animal care. Dr. Hill will take great care of your pets! He is very good at what he does. You will be very happy you came here.

Tom R.



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I have been using Oak Hills for over 7 years now. I live in San Antonio, but had a friend tell me about Dr. Hill. This was the best find for my pets ever. I have taken both cats and my Golden /Choy mix to him. If you want a Vet who is willing to take that extra time explaining everything to you look not further. I hate to say we lost our puppy this past spring at the age of 16, and I could have not imagined someone who was as understanding, sincere, caring and compassionate as Dr. Hill and his staff. They have always been so gentle and professional, but at this point having had to say good bye to my best friend I felt as if they all felt my pain. I will never look somewhere else for a vet as I have the best vet and staff in south Texas.



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I feel as though I had a true ""God encounter experience"" today. It was so strong I feel compelled to share it with my community. For two weeks I have been fighting a losing battle against glaucoma in the eyes of my 13 year old faithful Black Labrador, Sandy. I needed immediate answers now as to the disposition of my beloved pet - remove her eyes, leaving her totally blind vs euthanesia. Dr. Hills first concern was for the comfort of my dog. Upon a thorough examination he determined that her body was rejecting all her prior medications and she had developed ""entropian"", a condition is which the eyelids sag, turn in and cut on the corneas - very painful. Her eyes were full of blood and blood was draining from her nose. The full geriatric work up included blood, EKG, stool specimen revealing a parasitic infestation, severe anemia, and a bacterial infection.He quickly developed a completely new, challenging and intensive treatment program. The rapid turn around in her comfort level and behavior was in truth my ""God encounter moment."" A miraculous change in her in 12 hours and upon her follow up 24 hours later, he was pleased as well to see how rapidly she was responding to the new treatment and that her eyes wouldn't have to be surgically removed. I went immediately to my church and thanked God for what had been done for us. I also have a chocolate Lab who sustained a close-range gun-shot wound to her left ear and face that required emergency surgery. She never has been able to mind her business and riled up dogs on an adjoining ranch - this time paying a very high price. Dr. Hill saw her just a quickly as I could get her there and performed needed surgery in a timely fashion. Her prognosis is excellent. Again, I thank God for Dr. Hill and his staff.
What can I say of this tremendous diagnostician and surgeon? Dr. Hill and his staff have done so much for my extended family. In conclusion I ask, "" Do the people of Wilson and surrounding counties truly realize what is available to us on a 24/7, 365 day per year basis?""
God bless you Dr. George Hill and staff for your selfless efforts. We will never forget!