Southern Utah Animal Hospital

"Helping You Maintain Your Animal's Health" Owner Verified

DexKnows Rating: 2.5 stars (2)

1203 N Main
Cedar City, UT 84720

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Description: Dr. Kelly D Esplin is part of the family of veterinarian at Southern Utah Animal Hospital in Southern Utah. Here at Southern Utah Animal Hospital we offer comprehensive healthcare exclusively to small & Large animals. From routine check-ups to more complicated diagnoses and procedures, you can trust Dr. Esplin with the care of your small or large pet.

Keep your best friend happy and healthy!

Services we offer include:
  • Vaccinations
  • Spay and neuter
  • Diagnostics
  • Surgery
  • Dental
  • Payment Methods: Bank Checks, Cash, Personal Checks
    Area Served: Cedar City;Southern Utah Metro
    Services: Birds, Diagnostic Testing, Euthanasia, Hospital Services, Microchip Identification, Radiology, Spaying & Neutering, Surgery, Vaccinations, Kennels, Dental Care, Rehabilitation Services, Preventive Care, Cat Boarding, Cat Veterinarians, Dog Boarding, Dog Veterinarians, Rabbit Veterinarians, Short Term Care, Large Animals, Eye Care
    Specialties: Bird Vets, Cat Vets, Dog Vets, Large Animal Vets, Rabbit Vets
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    Very happy

    by AH , 10/07/2014

    I took my dog into Dr. Esplin to be spayed and he did a wonderful job with her. The people working there were so sweet with her and I am very lucky to have found such a great vet.

    Very upset

    by JM , 04/26/2012

    Rate how angry you would be from 1 to 10. You take your pet to the vet, which is 2.5 hours away, for a neuter and rabies shot. Finding the time to do this is difficult. You are scheduled to be in that city for the week due to work and it seems like the best opportunity in months to take care of it. So, you leave your pet for 4 days with the vet because you don t really have another option. (Your working 9 hour days, the boarder closes before you get off work). When you pick your pet up after a stressful week (for both of you) the receptionist says ummmm, no one pulled his chart and the neuter wasn t done.... The pet was caged for four days. You still have to pay for boarding fee. Needless to say, I am not at all impressed.

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