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Welcome to Hill Top Animal Hospital in Evans, GA

Hill Top Animal Hospital is your source for veterinary care in Evans GA! With convenient veterinarian hours six days per week, we can help your pet get the veterinary care he or she needs to stay healthy.

Puppy and Kitten playing in a Field.

Benefits of Veterinary Care

There are many reasons to bring your pet to the veterinarian on a regular basis, including:

    • Preventative care - We offer a range of preventive services, from dental care to wellness exams. Our preventative care can help protect your pet from chronic conditions, serious illnesses and infections.
    • Your pet’s veterinarian can help your pet during a medical emergency - At Hill Top Animal Hospital, we help pets in a variety of emergency situations. Whether your pet has become injured, has ingested a toxic substance or has developed a serious and sudden illness, we can help reach a healthier state.
    • Your pet’s veterinarian can provide advice about pet care - Many pet owners jump into pet care without knowing much about training and pet care basics. We can help you take care of your pet by answering your questions about pet care and helping you make smart choices as a pet owner.
    • Bringing your pet to the veterinarian helps establish a relationship with the vet - The more your pet sees the vet, the more comfortable your pet will feel when he or she visits the vet. This can help ensure that visits to the veterinarian are beneficial as well as productive.

When to Bring Your Pet to Our Veterinarians

At Hill Top Animal Hospital we recommend bringing your pet to the veterinarian once annually. If your pet suffers from a serious health problem or is older, we recommend visits to be made more frequently. If you’re not sure how often you should bring your pet in to the veterinarian, ask the vet what he or she would recommend.

Veterinary Services in Evans, GA

We offer a range of veterinary services at Hill Top Animal Hospital, including:

    • Wellness exams - Our wellness exams help us catch serious illnesses in their early stages. This can help ensure that your pet gets the treatment he or she needs when it's needed.
    • Dental care - Our dental care services can help your pet get his or her teeth cleaned. Getting regular teeth cleanings can prevent gum disease.
    • Spaying and neutering - We offer spaying and neutering services to help protect your pet from unwanted pet pregnancies and to protect your pet from serious illnesses of the reproductive system.

Emergency and Urgent Care for Pets in Evans, GA

We offer emergency and urgent care for pets in our area. Whether your pet is experiencing a fever, injury or has ingested a toxic substance, we can help. If your pet needs immediate attention please contact us at (706) 303-4571.

Contact Our Local Animal Hospital in Evans, GA to Schedule an Appointment Today!

At Hill Top Animal Hospital in Evans GA, we encounter pet owners every day asking the simple question, "where can I find a veterinarian near me?" The answer is: with us! As your pet’s veterinarian in Evans, we can help your pet stay healthy and happy. If you're one of those pet owners seeking "vets near me" we can help. To make an appointment for veterinary services, contact us today at (706) 303-4571.

Our Locations

Office Hours

Appointments Preferred, Walk-Ins Welcome & Drop Off Appointments

Main Office

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet our Veterinarians

  • Kristen Greene
    D.V.M.

    Dr. Greene has lived in Augusta since she was a little girl. She is an alumnus of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School, the University of Georgia College of Agriculture, and the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.

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  • Dr.
    Ian Scholer
    D.V.M.

    Dr. Scholer was raised in Augusta (but he usually leaves out the fact that he was actually born in Rochester, NY while his father completed his post-doctoral studies in Endocrinology). He is an alumnus of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School, the University of Georgia College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, and the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Testimonials

  • "Friendly and knowledgeable staff. We have four animals and I know they will be well cared for when we visit. The best veterinary practice in the area by far!"
    Christine Kim
  • "Best Vet I've ever been too. Clean, friendly staff, made us feel like family."
    Maranda Ellis
  • "The veterinarians and staff are very compassionate and the environment is warm and very very clean. The boarding experience has been stellar as each pet has a spacious suite or large run with nice clean bedding to rest on. My pets, Max and Abi seemed so calm when we picked them up...like they didn't want to leave. I highly recommend Hilltop for all of your pets/people:)"
    Elena Taylor