Welcome to Radford Hills Animal Clinic
Veterinarian in Abilene, TX
Radford Hills Animal Clinic provides medical, surgical, and dental care for small animals to Abilene, Texas and the surrounding communities. We treat our patients as if they were our own pets, and our goal is to provide the highest quality care possible.
We also offer preventative medicine, boarding for dogs and cats. Practice hours are from Monday through Friday 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Our office is open Saturday 8:00AM-12:00 PM. We look forward to the opportunity to care for your pet's health needs.
News and Events
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! At least, it is for us humans. For our furry friends, it’s a season of cold weather, delicious smelling food, and super colorful decorations that they think double as pet toys. All of those things that we love about the winter holidays—the food, the decor, the snow—can be harmful for our pets if we’re not careful. But don’t panic! We’re here to help. Follow some of our safety tips and we can all make sure that Fido and Fluffy enjoy this magical season as much as we do. Candy and Treats Weread more
Around half of all US dog owners take their pets on vacation with them. This practice is becoming increasingly common and while it’s fun to have your furry friend traveling alongside you, at sometimes it can be a bit of a hassle. It’s important to plan ahead before traveling with your pet. With that in mind, here are some things to consider before you hit the road with your furry friend! Flying With Your Pet First, make sure that your pet’s identification and other documentation is prepared so that you can have a smooth flight experience. We also encourage youread more
For both animals and humans, it’s essential to discover and treat any disease in a timely manner. We, as well as dogs and cats, can suffer from hematomas. A hematoma is a common yet painful ailment that causes discomfort and disrupts one’s day-to-day life. It is defined as a collection of blood that pools outside of the blood vessels. These can appear in many places on the body; however, they are usually found on the ears. Dogs and cats usually develop hematomas while scratching or biting themselves. They may also appear as a result of rough play. These usually appearread more