Dr. John Martin was born during his father’s, (the late Dr. Boyd Martin), last year of veterinary school at Kansas State University. Twenty-eight years later, Dr. John Martin, following his own graduation in veterinary medicine from Kansas State University, joined his father’s practice at Bountiful Animal Hospital. Moving back to Bountiful, in 1984, he brought his wife, Kathryn, and two children, adding three more children to their family and many beloved pets during their time here in Bountiful. Dr. Martin has loved being an active part of the community, caring for innumerable pets that have come in all shapes and sizes. He has also enjoyed being a part of several community softball teams, bowling leagues, and being a scout leader to many young boys and active member in his church. He enjoys living and working in this area where there is such a love of community and devotion to caring for our animal friends.
Dr. Blount joined our staff in 2009. She graduated from Washington State University in 2007. She particularly enjoys teaching clients and our staff, surgery, and of course puppies and kittens. She also enjoys being able to confirm pregnancies via the ultrasound. She has been married to her husband James since 2005 and they have 5 children: 3 boys and 2 girls. They also own 3 dogs (2 English Mastiffs and a Shepherd mix), a cat, and a Guinea Pig. In her free time she likes to go hiking, camping, boating and spending time with her family. She also participates in Spartan OCR races and is getting her trifecta this year (2021).
Mindy started working at Bountiful Animal Hospital in March of 2006. Apparently, she likes us at least a little bit. Mindy loves pretty much all wam-blooded, furry and cold-blooded, scaley animals, but is afraid of any 8 legged, creepy-crawly creatures. Mindy has a Pharaoh Hound named Giza. She loves Giza with all her heart and they go to dog shows to either run like the wind after a lure (it's only a plastic bag - don't worry) in Lure Coursing Trials, or jump over jumps, running through tunnels and up-over-&-down different obstacles in agility. Giza has 1 more run at 30 mph to be ranked as the fastest Pharaoh Hound ever clocked but Mindy has not been timed in her running as of yet, but she suspects that she is one of those slow 2 legged creatures that may never cross the finish line if she has to run too far. Other than spending time at competitions or cuddling with her dog in her spare time, Mindy also loves, hiking, camping, time with her family, reading, drawing, playing piano, singing and watching movies.
Amanda began her tenure with us September of 2017. Amanda has a background as a CNA before she came into the animal field. This has made her comfortable in many procedures and gives her a unique insight when caring for your animals. After working here for a bit, Amanda has found that she has a little allergy to cats but this can’t stop her, she loves them and cares for them anyway. Amanda has a dog of her own. His name is Arlo and he is a Lab/Mastiff cross. After caring for your animals here, she goes home and relaxes with Arlo to watch some Netflix. Amanda loves Nutella in case anybody wants to know what to get her. Amanda loves crime documentaries and will often binge watch them on the weekends.
Lia recently moved to Utah from Alabama to work with us as a Veterinary Assistant. She is going to school to become a Veterinary Technician. She has always loved animals and really enjoys working with and caring for them. Lia loves spending time with her dog, Lucy. She also enjoys shopping and doing puzzles.
Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm