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Biz of the Month: Mountain West Animal Hospital

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Mountain West Animal Hospital has been named Business of the Month by the Springville Chamber of Commerce. Mountain West Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary facility located in Springville. In 1977, Dr. Harold Davis built the veterinary hospital and it has served the Springville area for more than 30 years.

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Dr. Isaac Bott and his wife Melanie had the opportunity to purchase Mountain West Animal Hospital in 2014 and have continued to serve the community with the same compassion that started on the day it opened. The animal hospital has now been serving the local community for almost 40 years and its staff looks forward to many more.

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At Mountain West Animal Hospital, pets are always treated with the same love and concern that you provide them. The hospital’s philosophy is to provide a friendly, clean and welcoming atmosphere, the highest quality of medicine for your pets, and no up-sale ever.

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At Mountain West Animal Hospital, they understand the unique relationship you have with your pets. You can trust that your pets will receive the best care possible while at Mountain West Animal Hospital.

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The hospital’s mission is to provide the best possible veterinary care for its patients by maintaining and utilizing state-of-the-art facilities and equipment and by employing and developing a well-trained competent and caring staff. They are dedicated to providing friendly, compassionate service to their clients in an atmosphere of professionalism, respect and concern. They advocate community and client responsibility in improving the welfare of animals. They seek to be a positive, contributing influence within the community they serve. At Mountain West Animal Hospital, they value life. They are advocates for those who have no voice. They believe that all animals have the right to a life free of pain and suffering. Everything they do is centered on this principle.

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