Through the end of April, 2014, we are offering canine 

Rabies Vaccinations for only $12 

...the same price as at the vaccine clinics, but without the long lines or mingling with other dogs of questionable health.  We encourage a full examination, but if all you want is the rabies vaccine there will not be any other charges.  Licenses are also available.  Other vaccines are available with a full examination.


Winter Hours:  

Starting Monday, December 16th, Family Pet Hospital will open 30 minutes later than usual. The office will be open for scheduled drop-off appointments at 7:30 a.m., while appointments with the doctor will begin at 8: 30 a.m.  We will still be open until 6 p.m. M, T, W & F, and 'til 7 p.m. on Th.


Read about our PAW Savings Plans

 

At Family Pet Hospital, our focus isn't on faster visits.  It's on faster patients.

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Here, dogs are more than just animals.  They're four-legged family members that deserve the best treatment possible.  It's up to us to make sure they leave with a happy tail that has a little more wag than the one they came in with.  Even though, in a dog's mind, the V-E-T isn't quite as exciting as a R-I-D-E or a W-A-L-K, we're the ones who keep them running, jumping and fetching.  It's why we love to do what we do.  That's why we continue to...

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Pet Dental Facts:

  • Dogs have 28 temporary (baby) teeth and 42 permanent teeth
  • Cats have 26 temporary teeth and 30 permanent teeth. 
  • Oral disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem for pets
  • Approximately 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of oral disease by age 3
  • Infection caused by periodontal disease can enter the bloodstream, potentially infections the heart, liver, kidneys and lungs
  • Regular home oral care and professional dental cleaning can add 1-2 years to your pets lifespan 


Have you ever wondered: Why Are Vets So Expensive?

CBS Agrees: Preventative Care Is Key

We love it when veterinary care makes headlines, and we couldn't be more pleased with this clip from CBS - This Morning. Take a few moments to watch it and find out why. 


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We love our seniors!

Puppies and kittens are cute, but those pets that are grey in the muzzle are particularly dear to us. The older your pet lives, the more you have to celebrate! We, at the Family Pet Hospital, can help you celebrate more birthdays with your pet as we meet the unique needs of your dog or cat in its advancing years.

If your pet is 7 years or older, it's time to pay particular attention to his or her changing health. Old age is not a disease. It can be managed with proper attention and care from our doctors. So check out our Senior Pet Corner, and find out how you can keep your senior pet happy and healthy.

What's New?

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Hospital Hours

Day  Open  Closed
 Monday  7:30 am  6:00 pm
 Tuesday  7:30 am  6:00 pm
 Wednesday  7:30 am  6:00 pm
 Thursday  7:30 am  7:00 pm
 Friday  7:30 am  6:00 pm
 Saturday  Closed  Closed
 Sunday  Closed  Closed

Important Phone Numbers

Family Pet Hospital: (801) 489-6369

Pet Urgent Care (801) 765-1010

Animal Poison Control (888) 232-8870

Pet Poison Hotline (800) 213-6680

Springville Animal Control (801) 489-9421

Mapleton Animal Control (801) 489-9668

S. Utah County Animal Shelter (801) 851-4080 

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