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Kayscreek Veterinary Clinic

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1010 S Angel St
Layton, UT 84041
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(801) 544-3552
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Kayscreek Veterinary Clinic - Layton, UT
Kayscreek Veterinary Clinic - Layton, UT
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When you own a horse, anything can and does happen! When it does, it's so nice to have a vet that you can really count on not only for being there on time, but knowing he has the ...

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I have realized there are many vets out there that truly care for your animal not your money. I have spent several thousands of dollars with great veterinarians and I have receiv...

Dr Hill and Staff are THE Best! 5/17/2012

When you own a horse, anything can and does happen! When it does, it's so nice to have a vet that you can really count on not only for being there on time, but knowing he has the best knowledge and experience to care for your horse. I highly recommend Dr. Dave Hill for just that job. His staff is very professional and willing to answer any questions, too. Thank God for Kayscreek Vet Clinic!! more

Heroic 3/10/2012

When I come back as a horse, take me to Dave Hill!!! I trust his judgement, skill and good heart 127 percent. He is worth my horse's weight in gold, and yet his prices are exceptionally reasonable. Dave cared for my Bug, the beautiful sorrel in the photo posted, for more than 10 years, dramatically improving his quality of life and mine. He is an amazing diagnostician, stays up on the latest techniques and technologies, and has a calming effect on horses and their people. I have had my fair share of equine vet experiences in the greater Davis and Weber County areas. If for some heaven-forbid reason, you think you need to go elsewhere for care, please check out my profile to learn from my heart wrenching mistakes. If you love your horse, call Dave. more

WILL ALWAYS BE OUR VET 12/22/2011

This is from personal experience and not heresay. We have been very satisfied with the care Dr. Hill has provided to our horse over the past 10 years. Unless he wasn't the vet on call, he has always promptly answered our phone calls. Also, the 2 or 3 times that we called him on an emergency basis, he arrived to the barn within minutes. One of those times was when our horse had colic for the first time in his life. It was dealt with successfully. And most recently thank goodness he was able to make a quick diagnosis regarding the problem our horse was experiencing. He saved his life! This was due, in part, to his many years of experience and knowledge. We have never had the experience where he ""wanted to be paid right then and there and that's all he was concerned with"". NEVER! I don't think he charges anymore than any other vet. We had to have another on-call vet come one time and his bill was a little more than what Dr. Hill would have charged. The most recent bill I received was 1/3 of what I thought it was going to be (surgery, overnight stays, etc). We always have lots of questions for him and he takes the time to educate us. more

Please choose wisely 1/25/2011

I have realized there are many vets out there that truly care for your animal not your money. I have spent several thousands of dollars with great veterinarians and I have received great care. I have used Dr. Hill in the past and what I have found and heard over the years being in the barrel racing industry is that he is not a trusted vet and that many great and valuable horses have passed away in his care. I just recently witnessed a horse pass away in Dr. Hills care, he was quick to diagnose and took their money and sent them on their way for the horse to pass away in severe pain and suffering:( I would like to address that if you board or own a great facility and or barn he will give your animal more attention and care. Please understand that I only write this to make all of you that value your horse to be extremely cautious in choosing Dr. Hill to care for your horses. I know that there are vets that will take extreme measures and go to great lengths for your animal and the vet will have compassion for your horses, I'm grateful that I have a vet that does just that for all my horses. If you truly value your horse and or performance horses I would choose another vet. I have spoken to several people over the years that have had bad experiences with Dr. Hill and the horses have suffered in his care. The horse that I had to witness pass away in severe pain was diagnosed by another vet but at this point it was to late and this vet did tell us that Dr. Hill should have done more and the horse would still be alive. Please Please make an educated decision as to what vet you choose. more

Excellent Vet 1/20/2011

We have taken our horse to Dr. Hill for a year now and he is excellent. When I've needed him for an emergency he arrived at the stable immediately. We chose to go to him, because he is extremely dependable. We have spent alot of time and money on the purchase and care of out horse. We want him to last us several more years, so we chose to take him to the best. more

IF YOU THINK YOUR HORSE HAS COLIC SYMPTOMS 12/24/2010

Go to South Valley Vets, as a former client of Kayscreek should have done, when advised by Dr. Hill the night they took their horse to him, and their beautiful horse might still be alive. All Hill did for the horse was give it a muscle relaxer and a sedative and sent it home to die or gave the owners the option to put the horse down right then. Hill never inquired as to what may have caused the colic...a change in feed or recent worming...after his short exam with a stethiscope Hill concluded the horse had a twisted bowel and was going to die...How cold was that to someone who trusted Hill to help their horse. No tube was put down into the stomach, no oil was administered, no palpation was done to try and move a blockage along. It was unbelievable to me that Hill did nothing beyond a couple of injections, listened to the horses intestinal sounds and concluded the horse had a twisted or kinked intestine. My question, Dave, is WHY didn't you do everything you know how to do for this horse to save it's life? Is it not normal procedure to oil and palpate if there is a blockage or spasmadic colic? I'm so sorry for the emotional distress the owners of the horse had to endure while they watched this beautiful horse, they had loved and cared for, for over 10 years, die a horrible, painful death. more

Best local Equine Vet 5/26/2007

I have been a client of Dave Hill's for 18 yrs. I have found him to always be professional yet sensitive to the needs of his clients. He gives practical, down-to-earth advice and though his prices may be a bit high I can always trust his judgments to be in my best financial interests. He does not jump on the most recent ""hottest cure"" bandwagon. He dispenses inexpensive, research-based and trusted applications. I llike Dr Hill's easy, no-fuss manner. It puts me at ease in a crisis situation. Pros: Solid veterinary advice & service Cons: just a bit expensive but worth it more
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