2364 Fort Union Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8412140.623971 -111.823020
Neighborhoods: Cottonwood Heights
I won't go anywhere else – I cannot recommend Dr Michelle Schilling enough. My parents began taking our pets to the original Hillside Vet with Dr. Brown and Dr. Tobiason about 25 years ago. I continued this with my own pets as an adult. When my beloved dog was diagnosed with diabetes it was primarily Dr Schilling that helped us through it. She lived an extra 3 1/2 years with Michelle's love and care. I can't tell you how many times I was there at opening with a sick baby and the techs and Michelle always took such great care of her. Michelle would even meet me at the hospital on Sundays to give my dog fluids so she could come home with me. I will forever be indepted to her and everyone at Hillside. I now bring my other dogs there and wouldn't go anywhere else.
We have been using Hillside for over 20 years - Dr Schilling is the perfect replacement for Dr Brown ! She is compassionate, insightful and always available for our many pets and us. She knows how to cater to neurotic pet people (and pets) like us. We wouldn't go anywhere else!
Dr Bartholomew and Dr Doman and their associates and staff are A+ in my opinion. I have gone to them for years with a variety of pets. They are always courteous, thoughtful and thorough and rule on the side of being conservative as far as test, etc. I appreciate that and I always feel very included in any decisions. They are very fair and reasonably priced and I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND them to everyone. I have been in when they have been slammed with emergencies and have probably waited a while and they may have been a little quicker with things but I know in an emergency they would always be there for me and unfortunately it may make other wait a while but it all works out in the end. They should get 10 stars!
Best VET ever!!!! – I want to let you know how wonderfull and caring Dr. Schilling is; I called her late at night and told her of my situation with my cat (Symba) and was able to send her pictures of his situation and Dr. Schilling responded very quickly and actually cared about my cat!!! She helped me out and made me feel better about the situation with my cat.... She is very professional and actually cares sincerely about animals!!!! I could not recommend any other vet!!! If you care about your animal then be assured so does she!! Which is very rare in this day and age!!!
Thank you Dr. Schilling!!!
(your one in a million)
Mrs. Liza Corwell
Best Vet around – I have been going to Hillside Veterinary hospital for close to 20 years. That means I have been going since Dr. Brown owned the practice and have been through several Veterinarians there.
Michelle is an amazing Vet who has always taken time out for my pets and my questions. She has bent over backwards to help me save money and only do what is necessary for my pets medical care, young or old. She has been sensitive about our feelings and concerns every time we have been there.
They also try very hard at this clinic to keep the cost down so people can afford medical care for their pets. Just call around to other Veterinarians for quotes and you will see what I mean.
Although they have been through a few receptionist that were not very friendly the current staff is amazing and always smiling and greets me as I walk in the door. For those people who wrote a bad review, I wonder if they were at the right place, or if it was their own attitude that caused their poor experience.
I recommend Hillside Vet and Dr. Schilling to all my friends and family!
Michelle Schilling/Hillside Vet Clinic – Exceptional clinic and all of the doctors are absolutely fabulous. I've gone there for years and me and my little ones have been treated like royalty. To the person who gave them a bad review, I'm in shock! Maybe you were having a bad day or something. These doctors are wonderful.
I highly recommend Dr. Michelle Schilling, DMV – Our experience with Hillside Veterinary Hospital has been stellar over years of patronship. Many years ago, (on a recommendation from a friend) our animals began seeing Dr. Kaye Brown. Dr. Brown gave our lab/pit mix great care for years and ultimately provided a very peaceful and humane experience when her life came to a sad but expected end. We have seen most of the other staff at Hillside now including Dr. Michelle Schilling.
We repeatedly were impressed with her knowledge and by the honest care Dr. Schilling provided to our animals; ultimately we began asking for Dr. Schilling exclusively. She not only is one of the most skilled animal practitioners we have worked with, she is also kind and caring. We believe animals can sense much in humans which we miss. Our little dogs (we work with a chihuahua rescue society) trust and feel safe with Michelle. Every time we brought in our oldest chihuahua, Dr. Schilling would say, "I just love this dog"; we knew she was not putting on a show, because, for this animal in particular, the feeling was obviously mutual. Our sweet little girl recently passed away at home, and once again Dr. Schilling and the staff of Hill Side walked us through the mourning process, comforting us as they too (honestly) mourned her loss. The staff even gave us a thoughtful expression of sympathy by making a donation to Best Friends Animal Society in her memory.
Going to the Vet can be an extremely stressful event for our pets. The staff sees them only on their (and subsequently OUR) worst days. I can not imagine how difficult it must be to see animals suffering day in and day out. I strongly believe that these people are saints. Even though they possess special talents needed to do their work, I also know, from experience, that they are not all equal to Dr. Schilling and her staff. Hillside Veterinary Hospital is nearly a half-hour drive from our home. And even though its a complete pain to have to drive past so many other (likely skilled) vets, I will not go anywhere else. For as long as we are able to keep rescuing and fostering animals, our home will remain full of animal companions. Likewise, Dr. Schilling will remain our Vet; she has earned our trust and respect.
I highly recommend Dr. Michelle Schilling and Hillside Animal Hospital.
Michelle Schilling Bartholomew, DVM – I was referred to Hillside Vet by a close friend who had gone there when it was owned by Dr. Brown. He said they had great vet care at a reasonable price.
When I called I was informed the practice had been sold to Dr. Shilling Bartholomew. I was put on hold by the receptionist repeatedly. I went to my appointment I had to wait 40 minutes for Dr. Bartholomew to see my cat.
She wasn't very thorough and wanted to redo some tests that had already been done by another vet. I felt like she just wanted to rack up some charges. She was quite rude talking over me. She seemed to be in an extreme hurry and rushed me out of the room in 10 minutes.
The prices when I went for my visit were higher than what I was quoted on the phone. The receptionist seemed afraid to go and "bother" Dr. Bartholomew with my concerns. In the end I paid the full bill, but won't be going back.
I would recommend Dr. Schilling and her staff take some customer service classes.
Excellent care given with compassion!! – I just relocated to Salt Lake City from Tucson, AZ with my labrador, Samantha. During our drive to SLC we were in the middle of nowhere and she developed bloat. I had no idea where to go to get her the life saving treatment she needed. Dr. Schilling helped me locate a vet who performed the surgery and then coordinated her care when we finally made it to SLC. First and foremost Dr. Schilling is extremely knowledgable about veterinary care. Secondly she was compassionate with me in my time of crisis. As for Samantha, despite all of the medical procedures she still gets excited when she sees Dr. Schilling. What better recommendation is there!!
Going downhill – I had gone to Hillside many years ago with our family pets while our kids were growing up. I had great experiences with Kaye Brown and Gayle Salmon. Very very compassionate women.
My kids got me a new puppy so I decided to go back to Hillside. I was told Dr. Kaye sold the business to M. Shilling. When I arrived there was a mousy woman at the counter that just looked at me. She didn't smile or greet me, just told me to sign in. I was surprised she didn't even say hello since we were the only two people in the room.
I hadn't realized I had make the appointment with a Dr. Domman. I didn't think it would matter I thought they would all be nice. She wasn't nice. She seemed abrupt and not very warm. I really didn't like her at all. I thought this was just a fluke and figured I would see the new owner next.
What a disappointment! She talked so fast I couldn't even follow what she was saying. She wasn't dressed very professionally, more like she was going out to a bar. I was out of there so quickly I didn't even know what I had paid for. It was quite expensive. I believe Michelle S. is motivated by making money not making lasting relationshps like Dr. Kaye was.
I didn't go back. I figured 2 tries was enough to get a feel for the place. Was so different than the old Hillside I was used to going to. I was really sad to see it had changed so much.
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