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Welcome to Rolling Hills Pet: Your Chula Vista Veterinary Resource

On behalf of our entire team, we're happy to welcome you to Rolling Hills Pet, your complete Chula Vista veterinary resource. We're dedicated to providing for all the primary veterinary needs of animals just like yours, whatever their condition or stage of life. You'll experience the difference from your very first visit to our Chula Vista clinic -- and so will your pet. Take a moment to learn more about us through this website, and then schedule an initial consultation so our veterinarians can greet you in person!

Welcome to Rolling Hills Pet: Your Chula Vista Veterinary Resource

Get to Know Our Veterinarians

Both of our veterinarian at Rolling Hills Pet have the skill, training, experience, and compassion that area residents prefer for their pets. Clinic owner and director Dr. Keith Hilinski, a graduate of the prestigious UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, has helped Chula Vista pets since 1995. Dr. Hilinksi combines general expertise with special interests in areas such as orthopedic surgery and dermatology. Dr. Monica Gabourel, a fellow graduate of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, interned in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, and Oncology. She spent several years as an emergency veterinarian before branching into more generalized care. This combined wealth of knowledge ensures that your pet always receives the best of care.

Explore Our Many Veterinary Services

Rolling Hills Pet seeks to provide the most comprehensive list of services possible. We're proud to offer a wide range of sophisticated techniques and technologies for animals of all ages and conditions. These services include:

    • Preventative wellness services - Our wellness programs, pest and parasite prevention, spay/neuter surgery, teeth cleaning, and veterinary grooming services will help your pet stay as healthy as possible.
    • Pet diet programs - Does your pet have specific dietary needs due to obesity, allergies, or other health challenges? we can recommend the ideal diet to help your pet enjoy optimal nutrition and wellness.
    • Skin and ear care - Pets can develop skin and ear irritations or infections. We can treat your pet's condition to restore the health and comfort of these delicate components.
    • Senior pet care - Older pets have their own special health risks and problems. We can help your pet age gracefully through senior pet exams and supportive care.
    • End-of-life care - If you must say goodbye to your beloved pet, you can count on us for humane, compassionate euthanasia and other end-of-life services.

Ready to Visit Our Chula Vista Veterinary Clinic? 

Now that you've had an introduction to what Rolling Hills Pet is all about, it's time to visit our Chula Vista veterinary clinic. Use our online schedule or call (619) 656-6400 today!

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Monica Gabourel

    Dr. Monica Gabourel graduated from veterinary school at the University of California, Davis in 2003. She then went on to complete a 1-year rigorous internship with an emphasis in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, and Oncology, located in San Diego, California.

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  • Dr. Keith Hilinski

    Dr. Keith Hilinski is the owner and director of Rolling Hills Pet Hospital. Dr. Keith, as he is known to many clients, has provided quality, family pet care to the residents of the Chula Vista community since 1995. In addition to general medicine and surgery, he also has special interests in surgery of the knee, diagnostic ultrasound, chronic ear disease, and skin conditions.

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  • Sara
    Practice Manager

    Sara started out as a Veterinary Assistant and over the last 13 years has...

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  • Erin
    Head Nurse

    Erin graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in...

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  • Christina
    Nurse

    Christina is a native San Diegan. She lives with her 9-year-old son Junior and...

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  • Jennifer
    Receptionist

    Jen has been a constant at Rolling Hills for 4 years. She is the helpful voice on the...

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  • Amber
    RVT

    Amber has worked at Rolling Hills Pet Hospital since 2006. She graduated from Mesa...

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Location

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Chula Vista Office

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I really love this place. The staff is very friendly and they show they care for their patients"
    Dr. Maria Dominguez
  • "My pets have been seen by the amazing Dr. at this animal hospital for years! The staff is amazing, they will ensure that your pet is taken care of. I board my dog Pablo at the animal hospital often. I trust them with my pet! They always say the nicest things about Pablo, Pablo is diabetic and blind and I can always count on Rolling Hills to ensure that my pup is well taken care of! Thank you!"
    Ana Lopez-Lee
  • "Hands down for these peeps!!! So thankful for the care they've provided for my little one. He's so happy to walk in there for boarding and even after his neutering he was waving tail all over everyone! They call you to check on the little ones after visiting with them. Keep up the good work!"
    Sara Ramos-MacFarland

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