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Alcor Cresta Veterinary Hospital

7407 S 900 E, Midvale, UT, 84047

Phone: 801-255-7159
Fax: 252-523-7344

All About Pets Animal Hospital

4732 S Highland Dr, Millcreek, UT, 84117

Phone: 801-272-5557
Fax: 801-272-9836

Alta Veterinary Hospital

8052 700 E, Sandy, UT, 84070

Phone: 801-566-1234
Fax: 801-566-1237

American Paws Veterinary Hospital

7884 S Highland Dr, Cottonwood Heights, UT, 84121

Phone: 801-438-0068

Amor Animal Hospital

8576 S Redwood Rd, West Jordan, UT, 84088

Phone: 801-561-9595
Fax: 727-518-9307

Animal Care Clearfield Veterinary Hospital

1499 State St, Clearfield, UT, 84015

Phone: 801-776-4507

Animal Care Veterinary Hospital

1787 W 5300 S, Roy, UT, 84067

Phone: 801-825-9701

Animal Care Veterinary Hospitals

2727 S 100 W, Bountiful, UT, 84010

Phone: 801-784-3883

Animal Care Veterinary Hospitals

4605 Midland Dr, West Haven, UT, 84401

Phone: 801-731-8181

Animal Crackers Veterinary

7540 S Redwood Rd, West Jordan, UT, 84084

Phone: 385-275-1570
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Animal Hospital of Eastern Utah

1989 Airport Rd, Price, UT, 84501

Phone: 435-637-5797
Fax: 435-637-9732

Antelope Animal Hospital

1625 S 1000 W, Clearfield, UT, 84015

Phone: 801-779-7970

Ashley Valley Animal Hospital

85 E 650 N, Vernal, UT, 84078

Phone: 435-789-4322
Fax: 435-789-7935

Bay View Animal Hospital

677 W 1275 N, Farmington, UT, 84025

Phone: 801-451-2359

Bayview Animal Hospital

677 Shepard Ln, Farmington, UT, 84025

Phone: 801-451-2359
Fax: 801-451-2372

Bear River Animal Hospital

390 W 600 N, Tremonton, UT, 84337

Phone: 435-257-7455
Fax: 435-257-7457

Bluegrass Veterinary Hospital

3084 S 1900 W, Ogden, UT, 84401

Phone: 801-627-1818

Borrett Animal Hospital

875 W 12th St, Ogden, UT, 84404

Phone: 801-394-4208

Bountiful Animal Hospital

880 500 W, Woods Cross, UT, 84010

Phone: 801-295-0733
Fax: 801-295-0776

Brickyard Animal Hospital

1213 E 3300 S, Millcreek, UT, 84106

Phone: 801-486-0123
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Bridgerland Animal Hospital

95 W 900 N, Logan, UT, 84321

Phone: 435-752-2151
Fax: 740-635-0243

Brookside Animal Hospital

690 Wall Ave, Ogden, UT, 84404

Phone: 801-399-5897
Fax: 801-394-7843

Burch Creek Animal Hospital

4847 Harrison Boulevard, Ogden, UT, 84403

Phone: 801-479-4410
Fax: 602-233-9257

Carbon Animal Health

1711 Utah 10, Price, UT, 84501

Phone: 435-637-8387

Central Utah Animal Hospital

1860 W 1500 S, Delta, UT, 84624

Phone: 435-864-5250

Central Valley Veterinary Hospital

55 Miller Ave S, South Salt Lake, UT, 84115

Phone: 801-487-1321
Fax: 801-487-4520

Coldwater Animal Hospital

2671 N 400 E, North Ogden, UT, 84414

Phone: 801-782-9400
Fax: 609-386-6068

Coleman Veterinary Hospital

3145 N Cyn Rd, Provo, UT, 84604

Phone: 801-812-2077
Fax: 870-236-7244

Color Country Animal Hospital

390 N 4050 W, Cedar, UT, 84720

Phone: 435-865-7264

Copper View Animal Hospital

12447 S Crossing Dr, Riverton, UT, 84096

Phone: 801-753-1165
Fax: 866-479-6004
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Cottonwood Animal Hospital

6360 Highland Dr, Murray, UT, 84121

Phone: 801-278-0505
Fax: 801-277-9369

Country View Veterinary Hospital

582 Pacific Dr, American Fork, UT, 84003

Phone: 801-763-1900

Creekside Animal Hospital

12720 Pony Express Rd, Draper, UT, 84020

Phone: 801-565-1263
Fax: 801-565-1287

Denkers Veterinary Hospital

2225 State St, South Salt Lake, UT, 84115

Phone: 801-487-9872
Fax: 412-793-8740

Draper Animal Hospital

783 E 12300 S, Draper, UT, 84020

Phone: 801-553-2104
Fax: 423-877-8572

East Valley Veterinary

2675 E Parleys Way, Salt Lake, UT, 84109

Phone: 385-722-4081

Erz Animal Hospital

5585 Harrison Boulevard, Ogden, UT, 84403

Phone: 801-479-3158
Fax: 219-894-7581

Fairfield Veterinary Hospital

230 N Fairfield Rd, Layton, UT, 84041

Phone: 801-544-8800
Fax: 801-544-7781

Family Pet Hospital In Mapleton

448 N 1600 W, Mapleton, UT, 84664

Phone: 801-489-6369

Farr West Animal Hospital

1400 N 2000 W, Ogden, UT, 84404

Phone: 801-731-0511
Fax: 801-731-0769
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About Animal Hospitals

An animal hospital is generally more full-service than the smaller veterinary “clinic”, but they are both very capable of treating your animal but not on the same scale as a hospital does. 

A vet or vets at a clinic, just like a hospital, do complete examinations, and generally referred to them as “wellness exams”. They tend to concentrate on the preventative veterinary medical care area of veterinary practice. They will make diagnoses, but usually don’t have “in-hospital” laboratory. Generally, a “clinic” limits its veterinary surgical to minor surgical procedures, neutering and spaying. 

Animal hospitals require more room to keep sick or injured pets overnight or longer. So an animal or veterinary hospital will have the facilities to care for animals in more extensive ways and provide more extensive treatment options.

The typical modern animal or veterinary hospital will have many of these:
radiology, especially digital radiology today
•    in-house laboratory tests
•    laser surgery and laser therapy
•    oxygen therapy
•    electrocardiograms
•    ultrasound
•    general-routine surgeries
•    specialty surgeries
•    dental services
•    intensive care
•    hospitalization
•    boarding facilities
•    specialized treatment options (stem cell therapy)
•    fully stock pharmacy
•    and other modalities
Animal or veterinary hospitals, because they are more diverse, usually have more veterinarians on staff and more veterinary support staff.

If your pet has been experienced some kind of trauma, such as being hit by a car or a blunt object or falling more than a few feet.
•    Your pet isn’t breathing or you can’t feel a heartbeat.
•    Your pet is unconscious and won’t wake up.
•    Your pet has been vomiting or has had diarrhea for more than 24 hours, or she is vomiting blood.
•    You suspect any broken bones.
•    Your pet is having trouble breathing or has something stuck in her throat.
•    Your pet has had or is having a seizure.
•    Your pet is bleeding from the eyes, nose, or mouth, or there is blood in her urine or feces.
•    You think your pet might have ingested something toxic, such as antifreeze, rat poison, any kind of medication that wasn’t prescribed to her, or household cleansers.
•    Your pet, particularly your male cat, is straining to urinate, or is unable to.
•    Your pet shows signs of extreme pain, such as whining, shaking, and refusing to socialize.
•    Your pet collapses or suddenly can’t stand up.
•    Your pet begins bumping into things or suddenly becomes disoriented.
•    You can see irritation or injury to your pet’s eyes, or she suddenly seems to become blind.
•    Your pet’s abdomen is swollen and hard to the touch, and/or she’s gagging and trying to vomit.
•    You see symptoms of heatstroke.
•    Your pregnant dog or cat has gone more than three to four hours between delivering puppies or kittens.