Rolling Hills Veterinary Hospital has been caring for pets in Columbia and the surrounding communities for nearly 50 years. At both of our Columbia locations you’ll find highly trained, experienced veterinary professionals who love animals and are dedicated to providing the best and most compassionate care as possible. We offer a complete range of veterinary medical services, including regular check ups, vaccinations and surgical procedures, as well as non-medical services such as daycare & boarding, and grooming. We never forget that every one of our patients is much more than an animal – they are a beloved member of your family.
Open since 1978, this is our original location, conveniently located on the east side of Columbia and equipped to provide complete veterinary medical care. The location also offers boarding.Meet the team and learn more about this location >
Added in 1994, our full-service, state-of-the-art clinic on Buttonwood Drive on Columbia’s south side provides comprehensive veterinary medical services, as well as extensive non-medical services such as daycare & boarding and grooming.Meet the team and learn more about this location >
Sometimes, pets require medical or surgical procedures, which can be scary and stressful for pets and their owners alike. We’re proud to provide Columbia and surrounding communities with state-of-the-art veterinary surgical procedures.
You know how important regular checkups are to your health, and your pet’s no different. We can help you keep your pet healthy with preventive care and vaccinations.
Just as with humans, dental care is vital to a pet’s health. We can help protect your pet’s health with regular cleanings and preventive procedures, as well as performing tooth extractions when necessary.
Owning a pet is a huge commitment, and we want to partner with you in care. We offer a complete range of veterinary medical services, including regular checkups, vaccinations and surgical procedures, as well as non-medical services such as daycare & boarding, nutritional counseling and grooming.
Your pet’s health is in your hands. You’re responsible for their well-being, both day-to-day and long-term. You want them to live a long, happy and active life. Regular checkups and vaccinations, and getting enough exercise are all important parts of that. So is maintaining their dental health, their grooming and their weight. Some pets have food allergies or anxiety issues. Older pets often have special needs, and conditions like arthritis. Some breeds are prone to genetic conditions, such as hip dysplasia or cardiomyopathy. You may be interested in daycare or boarding. Whatever your needs, we want to work with you to help your pet thrive.