We welcome you to the official website for Hilltop Animal Hospital. As animal lovers ourselves, we completely understand and value the human-animal bond, and we recognize that your pets deserve the best possible care as full members of your family. Under the leadership of our Fuquay Varina veterinarian, Dr. Scotty Gibbs, we are proud to provide that standard of care for Fuquay Varina, Greater Triangle Area (Research Triangle, The Triangle), Raleigh, Cary, Apex and Holly Springs residents.
Your pet will find a great new friend in our Fuquay Varina veterinarian. Dr. Gibbs has made a special study of equine medicine and surgery, including an internship at the distinguished Rood & Riddle Hospital and experience with an international thoroughbred racing and breeding syndicate. His knowledge of anesthesia, soft tissue/orthopedic surgery and pain management make him a trusted pet health and wellness resource for the community.
From routine care to advanced orthopedic, surgical and emergency services, Hilltop Animal Hospital is your complete veterinary resource. We offer:
Regular wellness exams ensure that your pet is healthy and help us catch any early signs of problems that need our attention.
We provide pet dental evaluations, cleanings and treatments to help your pet maintain a healthy and comfortable mouth for life.
Tumors, damaged joints and other delicate internal problems require advanced surgical skills. We can perform any necessary soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
If your pet suffers poison ingestion, a traumatic injury, heat stroke or any other emergency, we can provide emergency care during business hours, as well as hospitalization for sick animals.
Our veterinary dermatology services can diagnose and treat skin infections, allergic reactions, infestations, tumors, injuries and other skin issues.
Our digital radiography produces clearer, faster results with less radiation exposure than standard X-rays. We also offer ultrasound for dynamic imaging of soft tissues.
If your pet needs to lose weight or has specific health challenges, we can provide the necessary nutritional counseling to make sure he's eating the right foods in the right quantities.
Our mission extends beyond these services, extensive as they are. We're dedicated to educating pet owners and the community and helping our patients live longer, happier, healthier lives. We strive to exceed your expectations on every visit and with every consultation -- because we believe your pet, and all pets, are worth every effort we can make on their behalf.
We want to meet you and your furry family members, and we think you'll enjoy meeting us too. Call 919-567-9700 for an initial consultation with our Fuquay Varina veterinarian!
At Hilltop Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Scotty A Gibbs
Fuquay Varina Veterinarian | Hilltop Animal Hospital | 919-567-9700
3425 N. Main St.
Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
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