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Brickyard Animal Hospital

Brickyard Animal Hospital Brickyard Animal Hospital offers the highest standard of care for your pet, with personal attention and a caring staff. We are a full service small animal veterinary hospital, offering medical, dental and surgical care to dogs, cats and small mamals.

Operating as usual

We are proud to be a major sponsor of Operation Santa.
02/02/2022

We are proud to be a major sponsor of Operation Santa.

12/24/2021

The best #cat #holiday #Christmas tree ever... #catsofinstagram

12/21/2021
10/05/2021

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Dr. Allen just returned from Uganda where he visited the project sites (fish farming co-ops and a teaching farm) funded ...
09/17/2021

Dr. Allen just returned from Uganda where he visited the project sites (fish farming co-ops and a teaching farm) funded through Midvalley Rotary.
Projects are highly successful and he also attended community meetings for possible future projects in Uganda.
Please consider supporting Rotary by attending their upcoming fundraiser.

08/25/2021

An interesting report on heartworm disease in Utah. Cases in the state are increasing, as are reports on ticks.

Monthly parasite control for heartworm and intestinal worms is recommended for all dogs and outdoor cats. Regular heartworm testing is also recommended for dogs.

Owners who hike and camp with their dogs should also use a monthly tick control treatment as well.

These are the U.S. cities with the highest percentage increase in positive heartworm tests for February:

1) Salt Lake City, Utah
2) Alexandria, Va.
3) Riverside, Calif.
4) Topeka, Kans.
5) El Paso, Tex.
6) Paterson, N.J.
7) Chesapeake, Va.
8) Reno, Nev.
9) Modesto, Calif.
10) Boise, Idaho

07/31/2021

Somebody get that guy a pill popper! #TuesdayTickle

07/16/2021

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What veterinarians do after work...
06/18/2021

What veterinarians do after work...

A relaxed visit for her checkup with Dr. Allen.
06/17/2021

A relaxed visit for her checkup with Dr. Allen.

Like all of you, we look forward to when we can return to "normal" business procedures.  In the mean time, we will conti...
04/14/2021
Lio by Mark Tatulli for April 14, 2021 | GoComics.com

Like all of you, we look forward to when we can return to "normal" business procedures. In the mean time, we will continue curbside service and ask clients to wear masks while interacting with our staff.

Thanks and stay healthy!

View the comic strip for Lio by cartoonist Mark Tatulli created April 14, 2021 available on GoComics.com

Multitasking veterinarian style- talk on the phone with a client, write up medical records, pet the cat.
01/16/2021

Multitasking veterinarian style- talk on the phone with a client, write up medical records, pet the cat.

We are proud to support Operation Santa.
12/05/2020

We are proud to support Operation Santa.

We support Rotary International in their efforts to make the world a better place.
10/24/2020

We support Rotary International in their efforts to make the world a better place.

Today is #WorldPolioDay! Watch our Global Update to find out the status of our work to create a polio-free world.

September 28, 2020 is World Rabies Day.  In 2019, approximately 60,000 people, mostly children,  around the world died f...
09/28/2020
Mission Rabies - Taking up the fight against rabies in India

September 28, 2020 is World Rabies Day.
In 2019, approximately 60,000 people, mostly children, around the world died from rabies. Proper vaccination of domestic animals, especially dogs, has proved to be the most effect way of preventing rabies in humans.

http://www.missionrabies.com/

The Mission Rabies' team, led by Luke Gamble - 50,000 dogs vaccinated in India in 30 days. We have taken up the fight against rabies

Rotary International has been a large driver in the fight against polio.
09/28/2020

Rotary International has been a large driver in the fight against polio.

Utah Rotarians, we can make a difference! Make your pledge to End Polio Now through your local club today as we lead up to World Polio Day on October 24.

Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals
09/26/2020

Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals

This past week our Board-Certified Neurologist, Dr. Eric Glass, saw another fatal case caused by Fluorouracil (5-FU).

Sadly, we see far too many dogs that inadvertently ingest this deadly human chemotherapeutic ointment. We want to warn you about the extreme danger of this topical cream to pets and encourage you to spread the word to fellow pet owners as well as family and friends who watch your pets or come in contact with them.

Please read below about the dangers of 5-FU and help prevent future fatal cases. Click here to learn more. ➡️ https://bit.ly/3mzyGIw

While we are saddened by the loss of our tree, we are more concerned with the safety of our clients,  patients and staff...
09/08/2020

While we are saddened by the loss of our tree, we are more concerned with the safety of our clients, patients and staff.
We will be CLOSED, today (TUESDAY SEPT. 8) because of the dangerous winds.

Backyard Birds
09/07/2020

Backyard Birds

Of course, we immediately see a bird! 😉

We are proud partners of Rotary Club of Midvalley.  One of the major projects they are involved in is a 3 year food crop...
09/04/2020

We are proud partners of Rotary Club of Midvalley. One of the major projects they are involved in is a 3 year food crop and aquaculture training program in Eastern Uganda.
Dr. Allen is the project lead for Utah Rotarians.

First maze harvest from our food crops project in Uganda.
The COVID lockdown made training a challenge, but still a successful growing season.

Prana Canine
08/29/2020

Prana Canine

Lots of people often have trouble visualizing what their overweight animals should look like at a pet weight. Veterinarians will give various descriptions to owners, such as how there should be a tuck in the waist visible from both the top down and from the side profile for many breeds. Here are some outlined photos of overweight dogs to show what a rough acceptable weight would look like on them. Every breed is unique and will have different attributes for their build and body style depending on their lineage.
Drawing overlays by Jasmine Thomas, original post by Kelly Colflesh.
#kellycolflesh @jasminethomas

We have a new veterinarian!!! Dr. Megan Witzel grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and knew that she wanted to pursue a care...
06/02/2020

We have a new veterinarian!!! Dr. Megan Witzel grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and knew that she wanted to pursue a career in veterinary medicine from a young age. She attended veterinary school through a joint program with Utah State University and Washington State University.

Dr. Witzel has special interests in small animal reproduction, soft tissue surgery, cardiology, and preventative care. Her family has taken their pets to Brickyard Animal Hospital for over 25 years, so she is very excited to start her career here!

On her days off she can be found hiking, paddle boarding, spending time with her Golden Retriever Theo, or eating exorbitant amounts of Mexican food.

We wanted to let everyone know that we are now booking appointments for spays, neuters and vaccines. As we schedule thes...
05/27/2020

We wanted to let everyone know that we are now booking appointments for spays, neuters and vaccines. As we schedule these appointments it may take a little bit to get everyone in. Please be patient as we try to get everyone in as quickly as we can. Thank you so much! 😊 Also enjoy this adorable puppy 😊🐶

Happy Memorial Day! 🇺🇸
05/25/2020

Happy Memorial Day! 🇺🇸

Happy Cinco de Mayo! 🌮🌮🌮
05/05/2020

Happy Cinco de Mayo! 🌮🌮🌮

Had a little fun with Star Wars day! #maythefourthbewithyou
05/05/2020

Had a little fun with Star Wars day! #maythefourthbewithyou

Text from Dog
03/31/2020

Text from Dog

03/30/2020

Peek-a-boo! It’s Monday!

To all Brickyard Animal Hospital Customers and Friends:Due to the latest update with COVID-19 and everyone trying to do ...
03/26/2020

To all Brickyard Animal Hospital Customers and Friends:

Due to the latest update with COVID-19 and everyone trying to do their part with limiting non essential procedures, we will be closed on Saturdays until further notice.

If you have any questions or concerns please call 801-486-0123. Thank you.

To all Brickyard Animal Hospital Customers and Friends: To protect our clients and staff during the COVID-19 outbreak,we...
03/25/2020

To all Brickyard Animal Hospital Customers and Friends:

To protect our clients and staff during the COVID-19 outbreak,we have initiated a Curb Side only service, effective immediately. When visiting us for a scheduled appointment or medication pickup, please do not get out of your vehicle. Instead, please call the clinic receptionist at 801-486-0123. The receptionist will ask you for information pertaining to your visit (including: Owner name, Pet name, Cell phone number, and Vehicle description). A veterinary technician will pick up your pet shortly after and gather a brief history for your pet. A Doctor or Technician may contact you via cell phone for any questions and additional information needed during your pets visit. We are no longer accepting cash payments. Upon completion of your pet’s appointment, our receptionist will call you for payment over the phone.

If you are experiencing a dry cough, fever, or have been exposed to COVID-19, we would be happy reschedule your appointment.

For any questions or additional information, please give us a call at 801-486-0123

The team here at Brickyard Animal Hospital wants you to know that we are taking every precaution to keep you and your fu...
03/14/2020

The team here at Brickyard Animal Hospital wants you to know that we are taking every precaution to keep you and your furry friends safe. Rest assured that your animals absolutely cannot contract COVID-19. In light of recent events, we have stepped up our game to ensure that you and your pets remain safe while paying us a visit. These increased measures include: increasing the frequency of cleaning high traffic areas, following all CDC guidelines and regulations as it pertains to COVID-19, and we assure you that we will do all that we can to reschedule your appointments if you are feeling under the weather or have been in contact with anyone who may be ill.

Please do not hesitate to call us for any questions or concerns; unless it pertains to the toilet paper shortage. I assure you; we are just as concerned as you are 😊

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1213 E 3300 S
Salt Lake City, UT
84106

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm

Telephone

(801) 486-0123

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Thanks to her amputation, Georgia is back to loving life: playing with her toys, walking along the parkway, snuggling her kitty brothers and basking in the sunshine. Thanks Brickyard staff for removing her pain.