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PRECIOUS

Clinck is more than our mascot, he represents the heart of our practice.

 

Best Care for Cats

UNDERSTANDING

That a long and healthy life is the most important thing of all.

 

Best Care for Dogs

COMMUNITY

Community support should be a priority for all businesses.

 

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CARE

They aren't only your pet's, they are also our patients.

 

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Senior Pet Care

Just like us our companions face challenges later in life. Take steps now to ensure they are happy and healthy as they age.

 

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Welcome to Hillcrest Animal Hospital in Trenton

Hillcrest Animal Hospital has been serving the pets and people of the region of Quinte West for over 4 decades. It was established in 1971 by Dr. Jack Lange, in what was then known as Trenton. Initially, Hillcrest Animal Hospital was a large animal only practice and then slowly began serving both large and small animals in the area to now being a small animal only practice.

By the early 1980’s Hillcrest Animal Hospital had moved across the street and a few hundred yards west into a larger building in its present-day location. In Early 2010 the practice began the physical transformation that culminated in an expansion and remodeling of the old building to its current state-of-the-art appearance.

Currently, Hillcrest Animal Hospital employs 4 veterinarians and 11 staff members housed within a 6,000 square foot facility dedicated to the care of pets in the Quinte area. All aspects of small animal medical and surgical practice are performed within the facility. Please feel free to drop by and see our hospital. We are immensely proud of what we have accomplished and believe that the care we offer to our patients is second-to-none.

Meet the Team
A fabulous clinic with intelligent and kind staff who proudly support their community

Grace Boyd

Little expensive but staff are all great and really care about you and your pet.

Alex Gagné

A great place to bring all animals

Mitch Hamilton

Services

Dog Services
Cat Services
healthcare-plans

Blog

What Not to Chew!

 “My dog chews on everything, his teeth are great!”  Hmmmmm, as a veterinarian when I hear this I get shivers down my spine. Although it is great to allow chewing to prevent boredom and inappropriate destruction and to help clean teeth, there are some things your dog should just not be allowed to chew on when it comes to dental health or possible other catastrophes.

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How do I Brush My Pet’s Teeth?

 We all know how important oral health is.  We are bombarded every day with toothy-grinned models for Colgate toothpaste on TV, images of a smiling patient tilted back in a dental chair in the paper, & voicemails letting us know we’re due for our 6-month dental check-up.  If that’s not enough, now you’ve got us discussing the major health benefits of oral care at your veterinary office!

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