About Us

About Mountain View Veterinary Health Centers

Mountain View Veterinary Health Centers, situated in North Logan and Providence, is a comprehensive veterinary medical center extending its services across Cache Valley. With full-service capabilities, we prioritize your pet’s well-being, offering expert care and support. Your trusted partner in ensuring your beloved companions lead healthy, happy lives.

A History of Innovation

Mountain View Veterinary Health Centers celebrates 58 years in Cache Valley and ten years in Providence.

We are proud to have a long history in which we continually bring new and innovative veterinary services to our clients and patients.

We were the first in AAHA accreditation and are still only 1 of 2 veterinary hospitals in Cache Valley to be accredited, The first in fully-digital medical records, surgical laser, TTA repair for a cranial cruciate ligament injury, and digital radiography.

We look forward to another 50 years of being the most innovative force in Cache Valley’s veterinary care.

Mission Statement

We believe in and recognize the benefits of the human/animal bond in our daily lives. Furthermore, we believe that through that bond, we may experience unconditional love and personal awareness through obedience and discipline and enjoy what life offers us. Lastly, we believe that animals can help us be better people.

We work to achieve and maintain this bond through a timely and complete evaluation of each patient at each visit by striving for a fear-free environment, state-of-the-art care in preventative, diagnostic, and treatment regimens, and other complementary services. All these services increase our ability to provide for our client’s pets’ physical and emotional well-being.

We communicate to our clients:

  1. The results of physical exams and diagnostic tests,
  2. The significance of those results, and
  3. The benefits, as well as the risks, associated with health care and treatment options.

We believe in the power of client education and expect our clients to be involved in decision-making regarding the care of their pets. Those decisions will emphasize preventive health strategies, quality care, quality of life, dignity, and relief from suffering.
We acknowledge the need to be a part of our communities through active participation and support of neighborhoods and non-profit organizations, whether connected with animal care, animal welfare, or otherwise.