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Hillsdale Veterinary Hospital

"Where Your Pet Comes First"

Your Veterinarian in Hillsdale, MI
Call us at (517) 437-4431

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (517) 437-4431!

Hillsdale Veterinary Hospital is a full-service, small- animal veterinary practice in Hillsdale, MI. The facility has been the location of a veterinary practice for many years. Dr. Tim Baker DVM assumed sole ownership of the practice in 2003.

At Hillsdale Veterinary Hospital, our goal is to provide patients with the finest veterinary attention possible. We treat all animals with respect for their unique personalities, and compassion for their needs. We are also sensitive to the special relationship that exists between a pet and its owner. So, along with delivering comprehensive health care to your animal, we strive to provide you, our client, with first-class customer service.

This website is a part of our efforts to do that. We hope you find it a reliable resource for information that will keep your companion animal healthy for a long, long time. A website is always a work in progress, so we welcome any suggestions you have to improve it or to enhance its value to you.

At Hillsdale Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

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Dr. Tim Baker
Hillsdale Veterinarian | Hillsdale Veterinary Hospital | (517) 437-4431

280 S. Broad St.
Hillsdale, MI 49242


  • "Dr. Baker and assistant Scott , were awesome with my small dog, Bella. Our first time there, definitely not the last. And the receptionist there, Miss Nancy, was wonderful! made us feel welcome and comfortable. So we thank-you."
    Chay F.
  • "I LOVE this Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Baker is wonderful and the staff are great. Everyone here has such a big heart. They are excellent at their job and they schedule appointments perfectly, I've never had to wait in a crowded room fighting a wiggly dog!"
    Mitzi B.
  • "Our appointment was a positive experience. Impressed with the time that was spent on explaining what was more than likely going on with our pet. Very thorough and informative. Highly recommend this veterinary hospital."
    Denise H.

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