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Dr. John Martin has practiced at the Bountiful Animal Hospital since 1984 when he graduated with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University. He joined his father, Dr. Boyd Martin, who established the practice in 1967. Dr. Martin was raised in Bountiful and attended Bountiful High. He went on to receive his Bachelor's Degree from Utah State University. Dr. Martin's veterinary interests are in small animal medicine, exotics, and orthopedic surgery. Through the years, he has been involved with various animal rescue organizations. Currently, he works with "A New Beginning Animal Rescue" which is located in an extension wing of the hospital. In his free time, Dr. Martin enjoys flying, hiking and spending time with his family.
Dr. Brittney Blount did her undergraduate training at Utah State University and completed her veterinary medicine training at Washington State University. She graduated in 2007. Dr. Blount joined the staff at Bountiful Animal Hospital as a full time associate in May 2009. She enjoys soft tissue surgery and small animal medicine. She has a Great Dane/Shepherd mix Nero, a Boxer/Shepherd mix, Lela, and a tabby cat named Abbie. In her time off, she enjoys hiking, camping and spending time with her husband, James, and three young sons: Jacob, Daniel, and Matthew, and her baby girl, Jennie.
Gina Trella: Veterinary Technician/Office Manager
Gina has been a veterinary technician at the Bountiful Animal Hospital since July 2007, and the office manager and head technician since November 2013. She is an accomplished vet tech and is skilled in many aspects of companion animal care, including but not limited to canine and feline dentistry, nutrition, and behavior. She is also certified in laser therapy. She has one corgi, Stella, a Brazilian rainbow boa, Biscotti, and a Dumeril's boa, Puddings.
During her time off she enjoys hiking, traditional art, and writing.
Brenna Stott: Veterinary Technician
Brenna joined the team as a veterinary technician in October 2015 and will greet everyone that walks in the door with a smile. She loves animals of all kinds, especially cats, and enjoys learning anything she can about them. She graduated from Utah State University in May 2014 with a degree in Animal Science. She has owned many dogs and cats over the years, and hopes to own her first snake very soon. At Bountiful Animal Hospital, she works in canine dentistry. During her time off, she enjoys writing, reading almost any book out there, and watching any Marvel comic movie that comes out.
Mindy is one of the first faces you usually see when entering the hospital. This young lady was born an animal lover, and animals were born to love her. She loves her work and has been doing a great job with the Bountiful Animal Hospital since 2006. Mindy is a compassionate employee and showers the animals with love when they come through the doors. Mindy has competed with her dog Mimi, who she adores, in Dog Agility and Rally. She also has a Pharaoh hound named Giza whom she is working with to complete her championship. Outside the hospital, Mindy is involved in agility training and the local Sheltie Club.
Nicky is one of the faces you see when you walk in. She has been here since August of 2015 and loves her job. With compassion and care she will love on your animal as soon as it enters the clinic, as well as get you checked in and back to see the Doctor as soon as possible. She was born with a love of animals, and has had a wide variety over the years ranging from tarantula's and chameleon's to ferrets, dogs, and cats. She currently has a Lab/Shepard Mix named Loki, a Black cat named Astrid, and a 26 toed Polydactyl cat named stitch. Outside of work she is a hard working mother and wife to Husband Cody and 2 children Kristoffer, and Kal-El who keep her on her toes all hours of the day, She enjoys anything outdoors and spending time doing things as a family.
MiKel has worked for the Bountiful Animal Hospital since August 2005. She enjoys taking care of animals and has experience with a variety of species including horses and some exotics. MiKel occasionally gives her free time working with lost dogs, independent services and donations for helping animals. She has extensive experience in animal behavior and grooming. MiKel is the co-owner of Terri's Costumes, a costume rental shop in Davis County. In her limited free time, MiKel cares for her own dogs and cats, Gizmo, Sadie, and Aria.
Klover's story at the Bountiful Animal Hospital began one uneventful fall afternoon. Some accounts say Klover was raised by owls and abandoned at the clinic because she could not fly, others say she was tiring of her life as a vagrant and wanted some better prospects. We typically go with the second story.
Anywho, upon that fall afternoon Dr. Martin's son discovered a small, furry thing living beneath a storage shed outside the clinic. It was rather hairy, and stripy, with wild yellow eyes and grayish fur on its legs and tummy. Upon taking in the little stray creature and giving it a much-needed bath, it was found that the wild little thing was in fact a cat, estimated to be roughly six months old.
When nobody came forth claiming ownership of the little cat, and with everyone in the clinic vouching that she should stay, Klover was spayed and became a permanent resident and the clinic cat (and possible co-owner) of Bountiful Animal Hospital.
Klover's favorite activities include eating, meowing plaintively, hiding in random boxes, finding new ways to make messes with kitty litter, and conspiring against her co-workers. We suspect Klover is an Aries, judging by her estimated birthday in April.