Redwood Veterinary Hospital located in Salt Lake City Utah is accredited by AAHA and use latest in medical technology to care for rabbits, cats, dogs, guinea pigs and other small animals.

Redwood Veterinary is AAHA Accredited

Utah's Redwood Veterinary Hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Not all animal hospitals reach this standard - we are one of the few Salt Lake City veterinary hospitals that is AAHA accredited. Our veterinary hospital has been found to be consistent with over 900 veterinary standards that measure quality of animal care, veterinary facilities, and veterinary practice management. Our veterinarians deliver the best veterinary medical care available for your pet using modern equipment such as digital medical imaging equipment and in-house computerized blood labs. We have been here for 30+ years - our medical equipment has not. To us, it is about the quality of your pet's care! We do all of this and keep the cost of your pet's healthcare to a minimum so everyone can afford to have a healthy, happy pet. Call or email us to make an appointment with one of our veterinarians. To find out more, click here.

Photos of Some of Our Friends

We love seeing pictures of our patients at home or at play. If you have one of our patients at home and do not mind sharing a photo, please send us a picture and we will post it here. Please include their name and a couple of sentences about them. Send photos to:

Belle is a Saint Bernard puppy and is a patient of Salt Lake City

Belle joined our family as an adult rescue from the Humane Society. She is a wonderful companion and we are so grateful for her company.

Mariah is a long haired tabby cat and is a patient of Salt Lake City

Mariah was rescued by a neighbor in a December snowstorm as an underweight, frightened six-month old kitten. We volunteered to foster her, getting her wellness vaccinations, spaying and ID chip. Of course Mariah became a permanent member of our family. She is still shy and sweet but also rambunctious, keeping both humans and fellow kitties on their toes.

Q is a Siamese cat mix and is a patient of Salt Lake City

Q is short for Curiosity. He is named after the Mars Rover launched in 2011. His favorite toy is a cat fishing pole. We got him when he was about 6 weeks old.

Mars Rover Curiosity
Malcolm is a German Shephard and Husky mix and is a patient of Salt Lake City

Malcolm is a playful mix of German Shephard and Husky.

Mosquitoes and Heartworms

Happy Kid and DogSalt Lake City has had an unusually wet spring followed by very warm temperatures.  This has produced a nearly perfect environment for mosquitoes.  For pet owners, it is important to be aware of the increased risk of heartworms that comes with a bad mosquito season.  Pets can get heartworms through a simple mosquito bite - early diagnosis and treatment are the keys to battling the infection. It is important to recognize that recently infected pets may not show any signs at all of infection and that is why it is so important to get your pets tested yearly with their veterinarian. Read More...

Tips to Protect your Pets in the Heat of Salt Lake City Summer Days

Dog in Salt Lake City Summer Heat

National Heat Awareness Day occurs annually and was established to recognize the many health risks that both people and their pets face as we head into warmer weather. Many people take extra precautions in the summer to protect their family from heat stroke, sunburn, and dehydration, but animals can sometimes be overlooked. Just like people, pets are equally susceptible to harm from excessive temperatures, so we should take great care to ensure their safety as we watch the thermometer climb this summer season. Below are some tips to help your pet stay safe this summer.


The Animals We See

Redwood Veterinary specializes in ferret careRabbits, cats, dogs, guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, rats – we see them all. Redwood Veterinary Hospital is one of the few Salt Lake City area veterinary hospitals that is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association and specializes in attending to the needs of not only cats and dogs – but also to the special needs of your pet ferret, rabbit, guinea pig, hamster and rat. We have over 20 years of experience with these specialty pets and can help you with routine checkups, spaying, neutering, or any other health issues that may arise.