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Welcome to Midvalley Animal Clinic

Your Veterinarian in Salt Lake City, UT
Call us at 801-269-1213

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At Midvalley Animal Clinic we are committed to strengthening the human-animal bond by providing compassionate, quality and affordable pet healthcare.

We invite you to stop on in and let our staff guide you and your pet towards better health today.

At Midvalley Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


Salt Lake City Veterinarian

Midvalley Animal Clinic

801-269-1213

6047 South Redwood Rd.
Salt Lake City, UT 84123

Click Here to let us know how we are doing! When you are finished with your survey please send it to us via email info@midvalleyanimalclinic.com

Office Hours & Location

Monday - Saturday 8am - 6pm

Closed Sundays and holidays.


6047 S. Redwood Road
Salt Lake City, UT 84123

If you have an after hours emergency, please contact:
The PET E.R. at 801-278-0505
They are located at 6360 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84121

Meet the Veterinarian

  • Dr.
    Kelly Gehlhaus

    Dr. Kelly Gehlhaus grew up in Horsham, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Bucknell University, she decided it was time for a grand adventure. Her adventure started with an internship in wildlife rehabilitation followed by employment as a veterinary technician for two years. Finally ready to leave Pennsylvania, she traveled all the way to Edinburgh, Scotland to complete her veterinary degree at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. Continuing her adventure, she has decided to join the team at Midvalley Animal Clinic, hauling her mutt “Ozzie” all the way across the country. When she is not helping furry critters, she can either be found running, horseback riding or drawing. She even has her own pet portrait business.

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Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "I have been taking all of my animals here, and have had excellent care. It wasn't always what I wanted to hear, but it was always for the best of my animals. It's always emotional when someone you love is having health issues. They do their jobs with compassion and knowledge. You can't ask for anything else!"
    Amy S.
  • "Dr. Kelly Gehlhaus was amazing! She took the time with Hoops to make him feel comfortable before his exam and gave us several options for his allergies. This is the first time he wasn't naughty for his shots and nails trimmed. Glad we found our new doggy Doctor."
    Brenda B.
  • "Dr. Moreau took great care of my kitty. Very kind and compassionate to both myself and my cat. Thank you Dr. Moreau!"
    Devny A.
  • "Was very impressed with the level of care and kindness of the staff. We have been loyal to Banfield in the past but will be changing now."
    David G.
  • "Best animal care in Utah. I wouldn't take my pets anywhere else!"
    Kris R.
  • "I don't think it possible to find a team as great as y'all have here. The care and treatment my buddy Captain has received couldn't have been better, from his epilepsy to surgery to his final moments he loved you guys as do I. Thank you is not enough to share my appreciation for the kindness, sincere concern, and gentle handling that we experienced at every visit."
    Patrick M.

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