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General Info
Bridgerland Animal Hospital, certified by the American Animal Hospital Association, is located in Logan, Utah. The clinic offers veterinary services for large and small pets and farm animals. The clinic, with a team of trained vets and support personnel, is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. These include the latest anesthesia products, sterile techniques including autoclaved instruments and electronic monitors. Surgical procedures are performed in a sterile, glove-and-gown environment. The clinic specializes in oral, soft tissue and orthopaedic procedures. It also provides day boarding services for dogs and cats. The clinic also has a 24-hour emergency helpline. Pet owners can download useful pet care tips from the clinic's Web site.
Hours

Regular Hours

SunClosed

Extra Phones

Phone: (435) 752-2185

Payment method
debit, all major credit cards, check
Neighborhood
Bridger
Associations
Aaha American Animal Hospital Association
AKA

Bridgerland Cache Animal Hospital

Benson-Susan-K-Dvm---Bridgerland-Animal-Hospital

Sanders Paul L

Paul L Sanders DVM

Sanders, Paul B, Dvm - Bridgerland Animal Hospital

Categories
Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarians, Pet Boarding & Kennels, Pet Grooming
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Specialties: Small Animals

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Skyler S.

09/30/2016

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I came in for some minor stitches on my puppy. The entire staff was great to work with, they finished the whole process in only a couple of hours and had me on my way before end of day. Communication was excellent and the prices for the services I received seemed competitive.

Johnny O.

02/27/2016

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I had the same experience Brianna had with Dr. Tania Stuart. When I got my dog stable I asked for her file so I could move her to a different Vet and Dr. Stewart had written a comment in the file "Owner can not afford treatment". Same as Brianna the treatment they recommended was over $1,000 blood transfusion that had a very low success rate. They were not willing to treat her otherwise and Dr. Stewart said "She'll be dead in a day or two anyway you might as well put her down" She ACTUALLY SAID THAT! I took her to Cache Meadow where they treated her and instead of having $100 blood tests they were only $36 and with months of close monitoring, and the Right meds, she finally recovered, she is 16 now.

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