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PROVIDING THE
HIGHEST QUALITY IN SERVICE & MEDICINE
SINCE 1957

Rockhill Veterinary Associates, located in Sellersville, Bucks County Pennsylvania has been established since 1957. Emphasis on high quality medicine and surgery as well as intensive care, overnight nursing care, and in-hospital specialists in Cardiology, Surgery, Ultrasound, and Acupuncture has lead the practice to the present day high quality care. Please click through our services below and email or call with any questions you may have.

Laser Therapy

Rockhill Veterinary Associates is excited to offer our clients Companion Laser Therapy. Laser therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatment protocols. Relief and/or improvement is often noticed within hours depending on the condition and your pet’s response. Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, your companion can benefit from this innovative approach to treating pain. Learn more.

Applications for laser therapy include:

• Treatment of arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or hip dysplasia
• General pain management (sprains, strains, and stiffness)
• Post-surgery pain (spays, neuters, declaws, and other surgeries)
• Skin problems (hot spots, lick granulomas, infections)
• Dental procedures
• Fractures and wounds (bites, abrasions, and lesions)
• Ear infections

How does it work?
Laser therapy stimulates the body to heal from within. Non-thermal photons of light are administered to the body for about 3 to 8 minutes and absorbed by the injured cells. The cells are then stimulated and respond with a higher rate of metabolism. This results in relief from pain, increased circulation, reduced inflammation, and an acceleration of the healing process.

What can my pet expect during a laser therapy treatment session?
Simply put, it provides relief. As the laser is administered, your pet will relax and enjoy the treatment. The almost immediate relief of pain will allow your pet to be comfortable and any anxiety that your pet initially experiences will dissipate. Occasionally, angry cats will start to purr and canine companions will actually fall asleep during their therapy session. Frequently, after therapy, we hear: “He’s acting like a puppy again” or “She can actually jump onto the chair again.” Pain relief is provided in just a few minutes of therapy and that alone improves the quality of life for your companion.

What are the signs that my pet can benefit from Companion Laser Therapy?
Many of our laser therapy patients are older animals with musculoskeletal ailments. Some signs that your senior companion is experiencing pain or discomfort are:

• Abnormal sitting or lying posture
• Circling multiple times before lying down
• Restlessness
• Whining, groaning or other vocalizations
• Limping, unable to get up or lie down
• Difficulty getting into car or down stairs
• Lack of grooming
• Won’t wag tail
• Licking or biting area
• Lack of appetite
• Trembling

Emergency Services

If you think your pet is sick or injured and you’re not sure what to do, call Rockhill Veterinary Hospital at 215-257-6515 and speak to one of our experienced staff. They will help assess the situation and determine whether your pet needs to be seen by a member of our staff. On weekends, please call our main number for instructions.

Emergency situations include:

Trauma: Hit by car, Bite wounds, Broken bones, Burns, Distended abdomen, Excessive bleeding, Eye injuries, Heatstroke, frostbite, Inability to walk, Sudden collapse, Trouble breathing, Gagging, Choking

Ingestion: Substances such as rat poison, large amounts of chocolate, mushrooms, household plants, antifreeze, insecticides, household cleansers, pool chemicals, human medication, onions, bones, pennies, other foreign objects or excessive amounts of food or garbage

Disease: Coughing, sneezing, or difficulty breathing, Changes in behavior, appetite, or stools, Bumping into things, becoming disoriented, Allergic reactions, including swelling, rashes, or itching, Inability to urinate; straining to urinate, Pregnant animals that have gone more than 3-4 hours between delivering, First time seizure, seizures lasting more than 3 minutes, or multiple seizures, Signs of pain such as whining, shaking, hiding, or dull behavior, Vomiting blood, passing blood in the stool or urine, Diabetic animals refusing food

Please call ahead so that we may prepare for your arrival.

Overnight Nursing

Rockhill Veterinary Associates provides 24 hour emergency service for our patients Monday through Friday. Our overnight nursing staff monitors all critical patients and surgical recovery patients. Our technicians provide care and treatment for our hospitalized non-critical patients on weekends as well.

Intensive Care Unit

Our intensive care unit is staffed with superior, highly skilled veterinary technicians. They work closely with the Doctors in order to provide your pet with highest quality care in an atmosphere of comfort and compassion. Rockhill provides 24 hour Doctor and Nursing care Monday through Friday. A technician also closely monitors our in-house patients over the weekends. The advanced monitoring and diagnostic tools available to our staff include:
• 24-hour fluid therapy
• Oxygen therapy
• Aggressive pain management tailored to each patient
• Blood pressure monitoring
• Continuous EKG
• Enteral and intervenous nutrition
• Blood transfusion therapy and Blood typing
• Pulse oximetry
• Tonometry
• Full in-house lab – coagulation profiles, complete blood count, cytology
and blood chemistry analyzers
• Ultrasound unit
• Complete in-house radiographic equipment for plain and contrast radiographs
• Cardiac resuscitation, panels, cytology
• Warm Water Recovery Blankets
• TLC

All clients are welcome to visit their hospitalized pets daily.

Nutritional Counseling

Rockhill Veterinary Associates provides nutritional counseling and prescription diets for our patients with diabetes, kidney, heart, liver and gastrointestinal disease. We also use these diets as an adjunct to: cancer therapy, obesity and food allergies. Our staff has been well trained in the medical management of these diseases and diet can influence the success of our treatments. Please call ahead to ensure the diets are in stock and ready to be picked up

Grooming

Our award winning groomer, Denise, offers professional grooming with TLC and at very reasonable rates. She has been awarded the #1 Groomer the last five years in the Montgomery News Awards contest. Please call Denise and Nicole directly at 215-257-5661 to make an appointment.

Our grooming salon offers state of the art bathing. The new “Hydrosurge bathing” system not only offers your pet a deep hydropulsing shampoo and rinse, but also a relaxing massage. Call early for appointments to reserve your pet’s spa treatment.

Certified Technicians

Rockhill Veterinary Associates employs trained and licensed certified Veterinary Technicians. They provide an additional layer of professional expertise for our patients and clients. Our “vet techs” are involved in laboratory testing, blood transfusion, radiology, surgery, and intensive care treatments.

Our overnight nursing staff provides supervision and treatments during the week for our routine medical and surgical patients as well as our critical ICU patients receiving oxygen or intravenous fluid therapy. Trained in all phases of treatments, our team is available for after-hours emergencies Monday through Friday so that our patients do not have to be referred to an emergency clinic in case of unexpected illness or injury. The techs also are involved in client education and patient discharge enabling our doctors to spend more time on medical and surgical problems.

Our clients soon appreciate the TLC and professional knowledge our veterinary technicians provide to them and their special pets.

Medicine

Our experienced Doctors provide up-to-date treatments and advise on a variety of medical conditions, behavior problems and Nutrition. Our Doctors regularly attend continuing education seminars to keep abreast of all the current medical therapies.

We are also able to consult with some of the leading specialists in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery regarding complicated cases.

Our Doctors and Technicians make daily “Rounds” to discuss cases and draw on each other’s experiences. Rockhill has a clear advantage having multiple “minds” on a challenging case.

Surgery

Our new, state of the art surgical suites offer the latest and best surgical, anesthetic and monitoring equipment available. We want to ensure your pet has a safe anesthetic experience so we use the same anesthesia human hospitals use on infants—sevoflurorane.

Our Doctors and technicians monitor vital signs such as blood oxygen levels, respiration, heart rate and EKG, during the procedures to ensure an uneventful recovery. Our Doctors are experienced in most routine and nonroutine surgeries, thus avoiding having to transport your pet to a referral hospital for surgery.

For specialized procedures we offer a “boarded surgeon” who will perform most of those surgeries-orthopedic or soft tissue –which most hospitals refer to a specialist. Our 24 hour nursing staff provides additional safety for those overnight patients requiring extended care.

Dentistry

Believe it or not, dogs and cats are diagnosed with dental disease more than any other infection. Needless to say, nobody wants their pet suffering from a painful inflammatory condition in which bacteria attacks the gums, periodontal ligament and bone tissues that surround and support the teeth.

Regular dental checkups are important to maintaining not only your pet’s oral health, but overall health as well. Since animals age more quickly than humans, dental exams should become more frequent. Like people, animals need professional teeth cleaning on a routine basis (every 6 – 18 months). Sign up now and take advantage of our February special.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient therapy that is only one part of a more comprehensive, 4000 year old, Chinese medical system known as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Acupuncture treats disease by placing needles (or other stimuli) into specific acupuncture points in order to remove energy blocks and in so doing rebalances the energy (Chi) in the body. The removal of these blocks allows the energy to flow in a more balanced manner down energy path ways known as meridians.
The western medical perspective of acupuncture believes that acupuncture needles, when inserted into acupuncture points, stimulate the body’s neuro-endocrine system to produce natural, narcotic, pain killers, known as “endorphins”. These endorphins are many times more potent than morphine.

Most of the time, acupuncture is relatively painless. However, certain points are more sensitive than others. Certain patients, like many cats, have a lower tolerance for needle acupuncture. A form of acupuncture called acupressure can be performed by the pet’s guardian, at home, after having been shown the location of the points and the proper way to apply manual pressure at these points.

Acupuncture has been used to successfully treat a large number of diseases including: arthritis, seizures, inflammatory bowel disease, vomiting, diarrhea, kidney disease, lick granulomas, inappropriate urination, incontinence, constipation, megacolon and anesthetic emergencies to name just a few.

Ultrasound

Starting in the early 1980’s, ultrasound and scanning were used to diagnose many disease processes in small animal veterinary medicine. Ultrasound is a non-invasive, non-painful diagnostic method used to evaluate and stage many diseases. It is the best modality to evaluate fluid filled and soft tissue organs. Because ultrasound cannot penetrate through air, it is not useful to evaluate abnormalities if they are surrounded by gas
Why Ultrasound?

Put simply, ultrasound allows us to visualize the internal architecture of many organs. Radiographically inapparent internal abnormalities such as nodules, masses, cysts and abscesses cannot only be seen, but can also be counted and measured. Although the ultrasound examination alone is in many cases non-specific for a particular disease, in conjunction with the animal’s age, sex, breed, history, physical exam, radiographic findings and lab work, as well as ultrasound guided fine needle aspirates or true-cut biopsies, the specificity for disease can be high. Many organs that are difficult to see on plain film radiographs (prostate) can be easily seen with ultrasound.

Real-time echocardiography (ultrasound examination of the heart) also allows us to see the heart in motion. From these images, measurements of cardiac contractility, areas of abnormal wall motion, chamber dilatation and wall thickening are made and compared to normal values. The typical ultrasound examination requires no tranquilization or anesthesia and is easily performed on animals that are awake. The only patient preparation necessary is clipping of the hair overlying the area to be scanned (the ultrasound will not penetrate through hair) and placing coupling gel on the skin surface just prior to the exam process. The entire scanning process takes 30-40 minutes. Images are acquired on the monitor of the ultrasound machine as well as on film for later viewing.

Vaccines

Vaccination is the best way to prepare your pet’s immune system to prevent disease when the “real” infection strikes.
Today’s disease threats include:

Canine
• Parvovirus/Coronavirus
• Distemper/Adenovirus/ Parainfluenza
• Leptospirosis
• Lyme disease
• Giardia
• Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
• Rabies

Feline
• Feline Leukemia Virus
• Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
• Panleukopenia Virus
• Feline Caliciviris/Rhinotracheitis/Chlamydia
• Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
• Rabies

Pharmacy

Rockhill Vet provides affordable preventative medicine and general surgical care for your pets. Low cost dental cleanings, spays, neuters, vaccines, heartworm tests, as well as many other surgeries, exams and treatments at Rockhill Vet keep your pet healthy and happy without causing financial strain.

Full Lab

Our in-house lab gives us the ability to have immediate results on the following:

• CBC
• Chemistry screen
• Electrolytes
• Heartworm checks
• Lyme test
• Urinalyisis / fecals
• Coagulation Screens
• Felv / FIV status
• Cytology / Fluid analysis

Cat Boarding

Affordable cat-only boarding for short and extended stays! Rockhill Veterinary Associates offers a spacious boarding atmosphere in which your cat can stay while you travel. Let our caring staff pamper your cat while you’re away. We provide the highest quality of care at a place you can trust!

Choose from two different sized boarding options. If you prefer to have two of your cats “room” together, you may wish to reserve one of the spacious 4’ x 7’ x 6’ runs which contain a 3-tiered cat tree. Medications can be administered for special need cats.

You can take comfort in knowing that, if your cat becomes ill while you are away, they will receive the best medical care. We treat your pets like family!

  • Laser Therapy

    Rockhill Veterinary Associates is excited to offer our clients Companion Laser Therapy. Laser therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatment protocols. Relief and/or improvement is often noticed within hours depending on the condition and your pet’s response. Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, your companion can benefit from this innovative approach to treating pain. Learn more.

    Applications for laser therapy include:

    • Treatment of arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or hip dysplasia
    • General pain management (sprains, strains, and stiffness)
    • Post-surgery pain (spays, neuters, declaws, and other surgeries)
    • Skin problems (hot spots, lick granulomas, infections)
    • Dental procedures
    • Fractures and wounds (bites, abrasions, and lesions)
    • Ear infections

    How does it work?
    Laser therapy stimulates the body to heal from within. Non-thermal photons of light are administered to the body for about 3 to 8 minutes and absorbed by the injured cells. The cells are then stimulated and respond with a higher rate of metabolism. This results in relief from pain, increased circulation, reduced inflammation, and an acceleration of the healing process.

    What can my pet expect during a laser therapy treatment session?
    Simply put, it provides relief. As the laser is administered, your pet will relax and enjoy the treatment. The almost immediate relief of pain will allow your pet to be comfortable and any anxiety that your pet initially experiences will dissipate. Occasionally, angry cats will start to purr and canine companions will actually fall asleep during their therapy session. Frequently, after therapy, we hear: “He’s acting like a puppy again” or “She can actually jump onto the chair again.” Pain relief is provided in just a few minutes of therapy and that alone improves the quality of life for your companion.

    What are the signs that my pet can benefit from Companion Laser Therapy?
    Many of our laser therapy patients are older animals with musculoskeletal ailments. Some signs that your senior companion is experiencing pain or discomfort are:

    • Abnormal sitting or lying posture
    • Circling multiple times before lying down
    • Restlessness
    • Whining, groaning or other vocalizations
    • Limping, unable to get up or lie down
    • Difficulty getting into car or down stairs
    • Lack of grooming
    • Won’t wag tail
    • Licking or biting area
    • Lack of appetite
    • Trembling

  • Emergency Services

    If you think your pet is sick or injured and you’re not sure what to do, call Rockhill Veterinary Hospital at 215-257-6515 and speak to one of our experienced staff. They will help assess the situation and determine whether your pet needs to be seen by a member of our staff. On weekends, please call our main number for instructions.

    Emergency situations include:

    Trauma: Hit by car, Bite wounds, Broken bones, Burns, Distended abdomen, Excessive bleeding, Eye injuries, Heatstroke, frostbite, Inability to walk, Sudden collapse, Trouble breathing, Gagging, Choking

    Ingestion: Substances such as rat poison, large amounts of chocolate, mushrooms, household plants, antifreeze, insecticides, household cleansers, pool chemicals, human medication, onions, bones, pennies, other foreign objects or excessive amounts of food or garbage

    Disease: Coughing, sneezing, or difficulty breathing, Changes in behavior, appetite, or stools, Bumping into things, becoming disoriented, Allergic reactions, including swelling, rashes, or itching, Inability to urinate; straining to urinate, Pregnant animals that have gone more than 3-4 hours between delivering, First time seizure, seizures lasting more than 3 minutes, or multiple seizures, Signs of pain such as whining, shaking, hiding, or dull behavior, Vomiting blood, passing blood in the stool or urine, Diabetic animals refusing food

    Please call ahead so that we may prepare for your arrival.

  • Overnight Nursing

    Rockhill Veterinary Associates provides 24 hour emergency service for our patients Monday through Friday. Our overnight nursing staff monitors all critical patients and surgical recovery patients. Our technicians provide care and treatment for our hospitalized non-critical patients on weekends as well.

  • Intensive Care Unit

    Our intensive care unit is staffed with superior, highly skilled veterinary technicians. They work closely with the Doctors in order to provide your pet with highest quality care in an atmosphere of comfort and compassion. Rockhill provides 24 hour Doctor and Nursing care Monday through Friday. A technician also closely monitors our in-house patients over the weekends. The advanced monitoring and diagnostic tools available to our staff include:
    • 24-hour fluid therapy
    • Oxygen therapy
    • Aggressive pain management tailored to each patient
    • Blood pressure monitoring
    • Continuous EKG
    • Enteral and intervenous nutrition
    • Blood transfusion therapy and Blood typing
    • Pulse oximetry
    • Tonometry
    • Full in-house lab – coagulation profiles, complete blood count, cytology
    and blood chemistry analyzers
    • Ultrasound unit
    • Complete in-house radiographic equipment for plain and contrast radiographs
    • Cardiac resuscitation, panels, cytology
    • Warm Water Recovery Blankets
    • TLC

    All clients are welcome to visit their hospitalized pets daily.

  • Nutritional Counseling

    Rockhill Veterinary Associates provides nutritional counseling and prescription diets for our patients with diabetes, kidney, heart, liver and gastrointestinal disease. We also use these diets as an adjunct to: cancer therapy, obesity and food allergies. Our staff has been well trained in the medical management of these diseases and diet can influence the success of our treatments. Please call ahead to ensure the diets are in stock and ready to be picked up

  • Grooming

    Our award winning groomer, Denise, offers professional grooming with TLC and at very reasonable rates. She has been awarded the #1 Groomer the last five years in the Montgomery News Awards contest. Please call Denise and Nicole directly at 215-257-5661 to make an appointment.

    Our grooming salon offers state of the art bathing. The new “Hydrosurge bathing” system not only offers your pet a deep hydropulsing shampoo and rinse, but also a relaxing massage. Call early for appointments to reserve your pet’s spa treatment.

  • Certified Technicians

    Rockhill Veterinary Associates employs trained and licensed certified Veterinary Technicians. They provide an additional layer of professional expertise for our patients and clients. Our “vet techs” are involved in laboratory testing, blood transfusion, radiology, surgery, and intensive care treatments.

    Our overnight nursing staff provides supervision and treatments during the week for our routine medical and surgical patients as well as our critical ICU patients receiving oxygen or intravenous fluid therapy. Trained in all phases of treatments, our team is available for after-hours emergencies Monday through Friday so that our patients do not have to be referred to an emergency clinic in case of unexpected illness or injury. The techs also are involved in client education and patient discharge enabling our doctors to spend more time on medical and surgical problems.

    Our clients soon appreciate the TLC and professional knowledge our veterinary technicians provide to them and their special pets.

  • Medicine

    Our experienced Doctors provide up-to-date treatments and advise on a variety of medical conditions, behavior problems and Nutrition. Our Doctors regularly attend continuing education seminars to keep abreast of all the current medical therapies.

    We are also able to consult with some of the leading specialists in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery regarding complicated cases.

    Our Doctors and Technicians make daily “Rounds” to discuss cases and draw on each other’s experiences. Rockhill has a clear advantage having multiple “minds” on a challenging case.

  • Surgery

    Our new, state of the art surgical suites offer the latest and best surgical, anesthetic and monitoring equipment available. We want to ensure your pet has a safe anesthetic experience so we use the same anesthesia human hospitals use on infants—sevoflurorane.

    Our Doctors and technicians monitor vital signs such as blood oxygen levels, respiration, heart rate and EKG, during the procedures to ensure an uneventful recovery. Our Doctors are experienced in most routine and nonroutine surgeries, thus avoiding having to transport your pet to a referral hospital for surgery.

    For specialized procedures we offer a “boarded surgeon” who will perform most of those surgeries-orthopedic or soft tissue –which most hospitals refer to a specialist. Our 24 hour nursing staff provides additional safety for those overnight patients requiring extended care.

  • Dentistry

    Believe it or not, dogs and cats are diagnosed with dental disease more than any other infection. Needless to say, nobody wants their pet suffering from a painful inflammatory condition in which bacteria attacks the gums, periodontal ligament and bone tissues that surround and support the teeth.

    Regular dental checkups are important to maintaining not only your pet’s oral health, but overall health as well. Since animals age more quickly than humans, dental exams should become more frequent. Like people, animals need professional teeth cleaning on a routine basis (every 6 – 18 months). Sign up now and take advantage of our February special.

  • Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is an ancient therapy that is only one part of a more comprehensive, 4000 year old, Chinese medical system known as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Acupuncture treats disease by placing needles (or other stimuli) into specific acupuncture points in order to remove energy blocks and in so doing rebalances the energy (Chi) in the body. The removal of these blocks allows the energy to flow in a more balanced manner down energy path ways known as meridians.
    The western medical perspective of acupuncture believes that acupuncture needles, when inserted into acupuncture points, stimulate the body’s neuro-endocrine system to produce natural, narcotic, pain killers, known as “endorphins”. These endorphins are many times more potent than morphine.

    Most of the time, acupuncture is relatively painless. However, certain points are more sensitive than others. Certain patients, like many cats, have a lower tolerance for needle acupuncture. A form of acupuncture called acupressure can be performed by the pet’s guardian, at home, after having been shown the location of the points and the proper way to apply manual pressure at these points.

    Acupuncture has been used to successfully treat a large number of diseases including: arthritis, seizures, inflammatory bowel disease, vomiting, diarrhea, kidney disease, lick granulomas, inappropriate urination, incontinence, constipation, megacolon and anesthetic emergencies to name just a few.

  • Ultrasound

    Starting in the early 1980’s, ultrasound and scanning were used to diagnose many disease processes in small animal veterinary medicine. Ultrasound is a non-invasive, non-painful diagnostic method used to evaluate and stage many diseases. It is the best modality to evaluate fluid filled and soft tissue organs. Because ultrasound cannot penetrate through air, it is not useful to evaluate abnormalities if they are surrounded by gas
    Why Ultrasound?

    Put simply, ultrasound allows us to visualize the internal architecture of many organs. Radiographically inapparent internal abnormalities such as nodules, masses, cysts and abscesses cannot only be seen, but can also be counted and measured. Although the ultrasound examination alone is in many cases non-specific for a particular disease, in conjunction with the animal’s age, sex, breed, history, physical exam, radiographic findings and lab work, as well as ultrasound guided fine needle aspirates or true-cut biopsies, the specificity for disease can be high. Many organs that are difficult to see on plain film radiographs (prostate) can be easily seen with ultrasound.

    Real-time echocardiography (ultrasound examination of the heart) also allows us to see the heart in motion. From these images, measurements of cardiac contractility, areas of abnormal wall motion, chamber dilatation and wall thickening are made and compared to normal values. The typical ultrasound examination requires no tranquilization or anesthesia and is easily performed on animals that are awake. The only patient preparation necessary is clipping of the hair overlying the area to be scanned (the ultrasound will not penetrate through hair) and placing coupling gel on the skin surface just prior to the exam process. The entire scanning process takes 30-40 minutes. Images are acquired on the monitor of the ultrasound machine as well as on film for later viewing.

  • Vaccines

    Vaccination is the best way to prepare your pet’s immune system to prevent disease when the “real” infection strikes.
    Today’s disease threats include:

    Canine
    • Parvovirus/Coronavirus
    • Distemper/Adenovirus/ Parainfluenza
    • Leptospirosis
    • Lyme disease
    • Giardia
    • Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
    • Rabies

    Feline
    • Feline Leukemia Virus
    • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
    • Panleukopenia Virus
    • Feline Caliciviris/Rhinotracheitis/Chlamydia
    • Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
    • Rabies

  • Pharmacy

    Rockhill Vet provides affordable preventative medicine and general surgical care for your pets. Low cost dental cleanings, spays, neuters, vaccines, heartworm tests, as well as many other surgeries, exams and treatments at Rockhill Vet keep your pet healthy and happy without causing financial strain.

  • Full Lab

    Our in-house lab gives us the ability to have immediate results on the following:

    • CBC
    • Chemistry screen
    • Electrolytes
    • Heartworm checks
    • Lyme test
    • Urinalyisis / fecals
    • Coagulation Screens
    • Felv / FIV status
    • Cytology / Fluid analysis

  • Cat Boarding

    Affordable cat-only boarding for short and extended stays! Rockhill Veterinary Associates offers a spacious boarding atmosphere in which your cat can stay while you travel. Let our caring staff pamper your cat while you’re away. We provide the highest quality of care at a place you can trust!

    Choose from two different sized boarding options. If you prefer to have two of your cats “room” together, you may wish to reserve one of the spacious 4’ x 7’ x 6’ runs which contain a 3-tiered cat tree. Medications can be administered for special need cats.

    You can take comfort in knowing that, if your cat becomes ill while you are away, they will receive the best medical care. We treat your pets like family!