Check In Form

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Referral Form

Fill out this form if you are a referring veterinarian.


Internal Medicine History

Fill out this form prior to an appointment or recheck with Internal Medicine.


Reproduction Form

Fill out this form to apply for our canine breeding services.


    Check in Form


      Referral Form

      Pet Information

      Medical History

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        Internal Medicine History

        Prior to any appointment or recheck with the Internal Medicine Service clients must fill out this form.


        What is your pet's diet?

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          Reproduction Form

          We do not collect or breed every dog that is presented to us as it is our goal to only partner in helping to create healthy puppies. We will require breed specific health testing according to your breed's parent club. Requirements for each breed can be found at

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          Dog Information

          Not Accepting Walk-in Clients from 11pm to 6am

          Trinity Hills 24 Hour Pet Hospital is currently experiencing a very high demand for emergency veterinary care which has resulted in the need for a triage system in order to prioritize the care of the sickest patients. Depending on the concerns your pet is experiencing and our current caseload, we may not be able to see all patients. We will not be accepting any walk-in patients between the hours of 11pm and 6am for a period of three months. We will continue to manage hospitalized patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

          Please call the hospital prior to arrival so that we can begin the triage process over the phone.

          Priority 1 - please come directly to the hospital. Examples: cardiac or respiratory arrest, actively seizing, head trauma.

          Priority 2 - Please come directly to the hospital and anticipate a reasonable wait time of 1-2 hours. Examples: Male cat cannot urinate, bloated, toxin ingestion, dystocia.

          Priority 3 - We will try our best to see your pet but the caseload may mean longer wait times (over 4 hours). Examples - lacerations, vomiting, anorexia, eye issues.

          Priority 4 - The caseload may mean that we are unable to see stable patients. Examples: skin or ear issues, diarrhea with good appetite.