North Logan, Utah - 435.752.8251
James E. Israelsen, DVM
Melinda A. Hillegass, DVM
Khirsta Papenfuss, DVM
Providence, Utah - 435.755.3202
Celebrating 50 years (since 1965)
Mountain View Veterinary
The Veterinarians at Mountain View Veterinary Health Center practice Western Veterinary Medicine using the latest diagnostic techniques and treatments. In addition to standard veterinary medicine, the practice offers chiropractic, acupuncture and herbal treatment for large, small and exotic animals including dogs, cats, reptiles, horses, alpacas rodents and birds.
We are focused on the complete
and thorough care of pets; preventative care and early detection of disease are imperative components for the life-long health of your pet and successful treatment of illness.
We provide comprehensive care for your pet’s needs including grooming, boarding, and nutrition.
Your pet’s health is our primary concern!
Find us in North Logan and Providence, Utah.
Premier Care for a Lifetime!
We believe in and recognize the benefit of the human animal bond in our daily lives and the ability of animals to help us be better people. Through that bond, we may focus on unconditional love, obedience and enjoyment of what life offers us.
To achieve and maintain this we believe in a timely, thorough and complete evaluation of each patient at each visit, and in offering the best in preventative, diagnostic and treatment regimens offering state-of-the-art care. We believe in offering complementary services that increase the client’s ability to provide for the physical and emotional well-being of their pets, helping those pets be well-trained and good citizens.
We have a responsibility to communicate to you the results of physical exam findings and test results and their meaning to you, and to educate you to the benefits as well as the risks associated with health care. We believe in the power of client education and expect clients to be involved in decision making regarding the care of their pets. All decisions made together will emphasize preventive health strategies, quality care, quality of life, dignity, and relief of suffering.
Lastly we believe in the need to be an active part of our communities through active participation in School, 4-H, and Scouting Programs as well as non-profit organizations whether connected with animal care and welfare or otherwise.
Celebrating 50 years in Cache Valley
Mountain View Veterinary Health Center Celebrates 50 years (since 1965) in Cache Valley and 10 years (since 2005) in Providence.
We celebrate an exciting 50 year anniversary with a "year of giving." Join us this January for our pet food drive. All donations are being matched by us with a contribution to the Cache Food Pantry while your monetary donations will purchase pet food from Cache Humane Society and Four Paws Rescue
Check back for other offers and ways to help others each month during our Year of Giving.
Mountain View Veterinary Health Center is an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Mountain View Veterinary Health Center first received this accreditation in 1977 and is proud to have been the first hospital, and one of only two in Cache Valley, to have this accreditation.
Since 1977 Mountain View Veterinary Health Center has undergone regular inspections by AAHA to ensure compliance with the association’s high quality standards of care. These standards cover nearly every aspect of the Mountain View Veterinary Health Center hospital, including: surgery, pharmacy, laboratory, exam facilities, pet health records, cleanliness, emergency services, dental and nursing care, diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology, and employee training and education.