- Animal Boarding
- Animal Daycare
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Emergency Veterinary Clinic
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Docking
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
Hillside Small Animal Hospital, LLC has grown into a successful small animal veterinary hospital, providing complete, professional care to canine and feline patients with an emphasis on client communication and patient compassion. Hillside’s staff includes two veterinarians, a practice manager, four licensed veterinary technicians, two assistants, and four customer service representatives. With a good mix of clientele, the practice continues on a steady course of growth and expansion. The mission statement of “Friendly, Full-Service Veterinary Care For Your Dog Or Cat” means that we strive to stay progressive and provide comprehensive medical and surgical services, while remaining affordable and treating every client like family.
Hillside Small Animal Hospital, LLC offers a full range of veterinary services here in Clermont County, including routine exams and vaccination and wellness care by appointment. We offer in-house diagnostics, such as fecal flotation, heartworm testing, feline Leukemia virus testing, as well as other blood chemistries and cell counts. We also utilize a reference laboratory, providing us with a wide range of diagnostic capabilities. Our new state-of-the art facility has a separate surgery suite for performing elective surgeries such as spaying/neutering, declawing, and dentals as well as advanced orthopedics.
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Dr. Tim Fouts
My name is Dr. Tim Fouts. I am a 1983 Turpin High School alum and 1989 graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
A native of Anderson Township, Ohio, I chose to go west after veterinary school to do an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the West Los Angeles Veterinary Medical Group. It was there I cared for pets owned by such celebrities as Joan Rivers, Sheena Easton, Greg Louganis, Ice-T, Joanna Cassidy, Robert Culp, Eva Gabor, Shelly Hack, Aaron Spelling (and his daughter, Tori) to name a few. From there I went to a busy referral practice in Monrovia, California, located in suburban L.A. County, where I gained extensive experience in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, working for six years under the late Dr. Raymond Weitkamp, an accomplished veterinary surgeon. After meeting and marrying my wife Lynn, a California native, I was able to convince her that Ohio offered a friendlier, smog-free way of life. We relocated to Clermont County, Ohio and opened Hillside Small Animal Hospital in 1996. We now live in Loveland with our two boys, Eli and Jonah, our two dogs “Morgan” and “Divot” (right with me) and two cats “Boo” and “Jazzmo.”
Aside from work as a veterinarian and practice-owner, I draw the most satisfaction in life from being a father. I am also an avid golfer as is my wife. Now that our boys are old enough to swing a club, on any given sunny afternoon, you might find the whole Fouts family out on the links!
Dr. Emily Hopping
My name is Dr. Emily Hopping and I am a 2003 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, I practiced at a small animal clinic in Dayton. My husband and I decided to move to Washington in 2004 to enjoy the great outdoors before having a family. I practiced at a busy, multi-doctor small animal clinic in Anacortes, Washington for 3 years. We moved to the Cincinnati area in the fall of 2007 to be near family after the birth of our first son in January 2007.
I joined Hillside Small Animal Hospital in November 2007 as a part-time associate. My specific interests include ophthalmology and dentistry. I have enjoyed the flexibility of working part-time while still being able to be a mom.
When I’m not working I can be found enjoying the outdoors at our area parks with my family. I reside in Bethel with my husband, Kelly, two sons, dog “Sienna” and two cats, “Scout” (pictured here with me) and “Samish”.