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Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 435-649-7182!
When you need an experienced veterinarian you can depend on, call White Pine Veterinary Clinic in Park City. Our team is dedicated to providing you, and your pet with outstanding service. We work with dogs, cats, and small pets by providing ongoing care, preventative services, and disease and injury treatment using the latest techniques and tools. You can depend on Dr. David McDonald and his team to provide your pet with the highest quality of care possible.
At the heart of our Park City veterinarian practice, is the ongoing care we provide to animals. We recommend bringing your pet in to see us at least once a year, or more, depending on the nature of your pet’s needs. We provide a full range of preventative care including general veterinary services, screenings, pet vaccinations, and wellness exams. We’re dedicated to ensuring your pet’s health is maintained as well as possible, in the friendliest of environments. That’s why we have advanced digital diagnostic imaging and tools available to meet your needs at any time.
We stress that prevention is key, but even healthy pets will need to come into the clinic from time to time. As a full-service, modern facility, we have everything necessary on hand to care for your animal. We provide comprehensive veterinary medicine onsite for prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Our services include:
By providing these services, we always have the highest level of care available to your pet. We have tools to provide faster answers and more comprehensive testing as needed. From preventative care to spay & neuter and even advanced surgery, you can depend on us to provide the very best service, all in one location.
We are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, which recognizes small animal hospitals throughout the United States and Canada. To gain this accreditation, we must be evaluated on 900 standards, each demanding the highest level of care. We’re proud to be a recognized animal hospital in Park City and maintaining these standards, is very important to us.
Additionally, we are now providing pet boarding services at White Pine Pet Lodge. Ask us about our daycare and overnight stay services.
When you need a veterinarian in Park City, put your trust in White Pine Veterinary Clinic. We offer the services you need. You can depend on our talented team! We serve the areas of Park City, Heber City, Kamas, and Colville, as well as the surrounding communities. Call 435-649-7182 for an appointment today.
David McDonald, DVM | Magali Lequient, DVM | Jillian Burchett, DVM | Dr. Andrea Hafar, DVM
Park City Veterinarian | White Pine Veterinary Clinic | 435-649-7182
2100 West Rasmussen Rd.
Park City, UT 84098
Awesome care as always. I have been taking my Fur family to White Pine since 1992 and feel fortunate to have such high quality care in Park City.
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