Oakwood Hills Animal Hospital, LLC, is a veterinary hospital limited exclusively to small animals. We offer pet health care and preventive care for companion animals, including canines, felines, ferrets, and other small exotics (mammalian pocket pets). We offer referral for avian and reptile species.
Construction of the original facility occurred in 1979. The unique architecture of the hospital stems from its original design as an active and passive solar facility. The long, gently sloped roof and earth-bermed northern walls shelter us from heat loss and winds in the winter while the steep southern roof houses solar collectors. As one of the first solar veterinary hospitals in the United States, we were the subject of a 1980 article in the Journal of American Veterinary Medial Association.
In 1997, the boarding facility was improved and additional space was added on the west side of the building. Improvements in 2002 included another addition, this time on the east side. At that time extensive interior remodeling doubled the space of the animal hospital and has allowed us to better accommodate the needs of our patients and clients. Our veterinarians offer a full range of medical and surgical services. A full support staff is available to help provide the best possible care for our patients and clients.
In 1999, Oakwood Hills Animal Hospital received one of only 60 awards ever given in North America for excellence in veterinary medicine and practice management. We received this "Practice of Excellence" designation from Veterinary Economics. A feature article appeared in that publication in the September 1999 issue. This award considered our performance in six categories:
- Practice Mission
- Quality of Medicine and Surgery
- Client Relations
- Staff Relations
- Practice Management
- Community and Personal Involvement
In July 2013, the American Animal Hospital Association reaccredited our hospital. We look forward to continuing to grow with our community of clients and their pets and plan to face whatever challenges and opportunities present themselves to us. We continue to implement improvements that will offer your pet even better care.
Learn more about AAHA accreditation and why our accreditation is important to you and your pet. Visit aaha.org/petowner.
AAHA = American Animal Hospital Association
We are certified as a Gold Level Cat Friendly Practice, a designation offered by the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Several protocols are in place to try to make your feline friend (and YOU) more comfortable with veterinary visits. Check this page out on our website to learn more. If you have any questions, please call (715) 835-0112 and we will help you.
This hospital is a member of VIN, the Veterinary Information Network, because we choose to provide the best current health care available for your pet.
We live in a rapidly changing world: Like all health care professionals, we face rapid change - new diseases, new technologies, new drugs, and new treatments emerge every month. Remaining up-to-date with these changes is important, so we can offer the best care for your pets and best serve you. We also face new challenges such as monitoring emerging and exotic diseases -- like avian flu and West Nile virus -- and the threat of bioterrorism.
The knowledge and experience of thousands of veterinarians: As a member of VIN, we have constant access to a vast veterinary medical library and access to an online worldwide community of over 50,000 veterinarians, including over 700 specialists.