Blog: Services

Dog with owner and veterinarian looking at an x-ray

X-ray and Ultrasound

X-rays and ultrasounds allow us to see many things we would not otherwise know about our dogs. They can be used to evaluate almost any organ in the body, including the heart, lungs, and abdominal organs, as well as the bones. Radiographs and ultrasounds are one of the best tools…

Veterinarian holding a dog

Blood Tests

Blood testing is one of the most simple and frequently utilized forms of diagnostics performed in the veterinary clinic. At West Hill Animal Clinic, we have the capability to run blood work in the clinic, although most testing is sent to an outside laboratory.

Closeup of medical supplies and a stuffed animal

Urinalysis and Fecal Exam

During routine visits, your veterinarian will often ask for fecal and/or urine samples. By evaluating your dog’s fecal and urine, it helps to give your veterinarian the whole picture surrounding your dog’s health.

Veterinarian giving an injection to a cat


Our feline vaccine program is divided into “core” and “non-core” vaccines. They are administered in accordance with guidelines set by the American Animal Hospital Association. Core vaccines are highly recommended for all cats, either by law or because of the life-threatening nature of the diseases. Non-core vaccines are administered selectively,…