Welcome to Hillcrest Veterinary Clinic
Our mission at Hillcrest Veterinary Clinic is to foster the human animal bond by providing high quality veterinary care and service. Your pet’s health and happiness are our first priority.
Hillcrest Veterinary Clinic has been serving furry family members since 1961. We offer reliable, high quality medical care (wellness, surgery, dentistry, in-house diagnostics, and boarding) for pets in Marion, Monongalia, Preston and Garrett counties. We are proud of our small town clinic feel, and we treat our clients and patients like family.
We are a small animal practice located just outside of the Morgantown City limits. Our dedicated and compassionate team cares for dogs, cats, rabbits and some pocket pets. We currently have 3 full time veterinarians, Owner and Dr. Kelley Owen, Dr. Aaron Pollock, and Dr. Jessica Anderson.
At Hillcrest Veterinary Clinic, we welcome any opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. Our doors are always open to new clients and patients. We take the time to learn what you and your pet want and need by ensuring a complete picture of health, while always placing a strong emphasis on communication and education. We strive to maintain your loyalty with honesty and attention to all details. Please download and fill out our new client Registration form and bring it in for $5 off your first visit.
We love our pets, and we want to always make sure they get the care they need. The Care Credit healthcare credit card helps you manage unexpected expenses. Care Credit is offered at 165,000 different healthcare facilities, not just at veterinary clinics. It’s easy to apply to Care Credit and you will receive an answer almost immediately. There is a great, no interest if paid in full within 6 months, special financing offer on purchases over $200.
E-pet Health is a great way to keep up to date on your pet’s healthcare. E-pet gives you 24/7 access to your pet’s medical records. You can also manage your pet’s health services, view/schedule appointments, access pet health information, including videos and explore interactive pet education features. You can also access e-pet mobile apps for your iPhone or Android. It’s free and easy to sign up; just enter in your email address.
Fun Things to Do With Your Pet: by Dr. Kelley J. Owen It’s the New Year and, although it may not have been the ideal time to add a new family member, you got a new puppy, kitten, dog or cat for Christmas. Now that the holiday craziness settled, you think, “What am I going […]
Would you like to see your pet’s photo on our website? Hillcrest Veterinary Clinic is hosting a Valentine’s Day pet photo contest. Send us your Valentine themed photo of your pet. Entries are to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 6 and will be posted on our website by Friday, February 13.
New Laser Therapy! We hope that you and your pets are ready for 2015! We are bringing something exciting and new to Hillcrest this year. Starting January 15th, we will be offering laser therapy, as part of our commitment to provide your pets the best possible care.So what is Laser Therapy? Laser Therapy uses light energy […]
Merle is a super sweet 5-6 year old hound dog. He came from a very sad hoarding situation. He is great with other dogs, cats and children and loves to sleep, eat and play! If you are interested in him you can call us at 304-292-6933. The other cuties are currently up for adoption at […]
Great for health and happiness: basic massage techniques for your dog! http://goo.gl/K4t0iV
To allow our staff some time with their families, we will be closing early Wednesday December 24th and 31st at 12:00, and we will be closed Christmas Day and New Years Day. We will reopen at 7:30 with normal hours Friday, December 26th and January 2nd. All after hour emergencies will be handled at […]
Winter and Holiday Hazards by Dr. Jessica Anderson Winter. For many, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Snow, Christmas, decorating, family, food! The list goes on. And while the holidays may be an exciting and fun time for us, our pets could be in danger. As the cold weather approaches and […]