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Welcome to Midvalley Animal Clinic

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

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.

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Meet the Veterinarians

  • Dr.
    Paul Haderlie
    Veterinarian
    Dr. Paul Haderlie grew up in American Falls, Idaho and graduated from Utah State University. He then went on to complete his education at Washington State University. Dr. Haderlie has been employed at Midvalley Animal Clinic since May of 2011. We appreciate his subtle sense of humor, calm demeanor, and surgical abilities all sprinkled with a strong dose of common sense. Dr. Haderlie purchased Midvalley Animal Clinic from Dr. Kelly Milligan in June of 2016.
  • Dr.
    Zach Dunn
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Dunn was born and raised right here in Bluffdale, Utah. After graduating from Riverton High School, Dr. Dunn spent two years in Brazil as a young missionary. His next adventure took him to Logan, Utah where he graduated from Utah State University in Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Science with a minor in Chemistry. Following his undergraduate education, Dr. Dunn was lucky enough to spend two more years at Utah State as part of the Washington-Idaho-Montana-Utah Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program. He finished his veterinary education in Pullman, Washington at Washington State University. When Dr. Dunn isn’t caring for furry companions, he can be found wrestling with his two boys or riding his old chubby horse.   

  • Dr.
    Amy Anderson
    Veterinarian

    Amy Anderson, DVM grew up in Westchester County, New York. She completed a bachelor’s of science degree at Colorado State and graduated Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 1999. She has been working with veterinary hospitals as well as rescue groups in the Salt Lake area since 2008. Dr. Anderson joined our team in 2018. Amy and her husband share their home with 4 very spoiled rescue cats and a dog who loves camping, swimming, and hiking.

  • Dr.
    Jennifer Flynt
    Veterinarian
    Dr. Jennifer Flynt hails from the southern states. She was born in Texas and grew up in Louisiana. Dr. Flynt completed both her undergraduate degree and veterinary degree at Louisiana State University. To our good fortune Dr. Flynt shook the heat and humidity, not to mention fleas, from her boots and landed at Midvalley Animal Clinic in September of 2011. Dr. Flynt is as warm hearted, as you would expect from someone who grew up in the Deep South. Clients and pets appreciate her kind and caring demeanor. She also brings years of experience and sound medical and surgical skill to our clinic.
  • Dr. Lee Matheson
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Lee Matheson joined our team in May 2018.

     Dr. Lee Matheson is a native of Salt Lake City. A graduate of Olympus High School, he went on to earn degrees at Salt Lake Community College, Utah State University, and earned his veterinary degree from Washington State University. Outside of the office he enjoys spending time with his young family and their dog Reggie.

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Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

    So impressed with the each vet we’ve seen at this clinic. They listen, are reassuring, are very knowledgeable, and have great bedside manner. You can tell they actually care about the animals they see.

    Bethany W.

    After many friends and family suggested I take my dog with epilepsy to Mid valley I scheduled a visit. Although the wait was a bit longer than expected it was totally worth it. I knew I was at the right place when the vet called me my dogs Mom! So much care and thought went into his treatment plan and it's working. I left feeling so much better moving forward and the bill was a fraction of the cost than my old vet in Tooele. So happy I've found the best care for my dog.

    Emily H.

    Midvalley's services and staff has always been great for us. I especially appreciate the curbside service they implemented last year and that they have continued it even after covid restrictions have relaxed. The lobby of a vets office is stressful for one of my dogs and now he can comfortably wait in the car until it's his turn.

    Sandy K.

    Positive: Professionalism, Quality, Reliability

    We have 3 dogs, and have been to several vets through out salt lake.. I feel they are the best quality, most trust worthy and knowledgeable! The staff is so caring, even with my scared chihuahua! They’re so gentle and nice and re-assured my worries 😊

    Dixie K.

    Very accommodating and helpful. I was able to bring in all 3 of my dogs in at the same time for all their shots. The staff handled their different personalities/energy levels so well and were very sweet to them. They are very busy right now so maybe just expect/plan to wait some time after your appt time. (Pre-covid was not like that though.)

    Meghan T.

    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.

    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.

    "I cannot rave about these people enough! They've made the last 8 years of my dog's life, the BEST 8 years of his life."

    Matt M.

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed