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Bountiful Animal Hospital had its humble beginnings in 1967, when Dr. Boyd Martin took it upon himself to establish the first veterinary clinic in Bountiful, Utah. By 1984 his son, Dr. John Martin, followed in his father's footsteps, joining the practice and eventually taking over ownership in 1989. Since then, our family-owned clinic has flourished and grown to include two accredited veterinarians, three technicians, two receptionists and one kennel technician.
Our facilities are equipped with sophisticated equipment necessary for the care and treatment of companion animals. The hospital has undergone three structural renovations since its original establishment in order to best meet the needs of our growing clientele, including but not limited to: two exam rooms, advanced laboratory with in-house testing, x-ray room with digital x-ray technology, surgery room, isolation room, surgery recovery room, and fully equipped cat and dog boarding facilities, as well as the most recent addition of a grooming facility on the west end of the building
At Bountiful Animal Hospital we feel our greatest asset is our caring and compassionate staff. We place the care and well-being of your pet as our primary concern, and specialize in the treatment of such companion animals as dogs, cats, ferrets, and horses. We strive to meet and exceed the standards of our clients through the best care possible.
We are excited to announce that we have added a Companion Therapy Laser to our practice! Laser Therapy is an FDA-cleared modality that reduces inflammation and that results in pain reduction. Laser Therapy is effective in treating acute pain, chronic conditions, and post-operative pain. Call us to find out more! http://www.litecure.com/companion/for-pet-owners/
Woods Cross Veterinarian | Bountiful Animal Hospital | 801-295-0733
880 South 500 West
Woods Cross, UT 84010