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North Ogden
Animal Hospital

1580 N Washington Blvd
Ogden, UT 84404
(801) 782-4401

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Welcome to NOAH! It's no coincidence that the letters of our hospital, North Ogden Animal Hospital spell out the name of someone who saved and cared for a boat load of animals!  We pride ourselves on providing quality veterinary care with a loving touch for your pets. We are conveniently located in North Ogden, Utah and have been serving pets in the communities of North Ogden, Pleasant View, Plain City, West Haven and Ogden Valley since 1987. Continually striving to meet a high standard of care has given us a long-standing reputation for quality and fairness in the communities we serve. We know that you have many choices when it comes to choosing a practice for your pet, and we feel honored that you have trusted us with your pet's health and future.

The veterinarians and veterinary staff at North Ogden Animal Hospital sees our own pets as part of our families, so we understand the connection you have with your pet. As we build our relationship with you, we also will build a relationship with your pet. We honor the trust you put in us, and our goal is to provide you and your pet with the best health care experience in a loving, caring environment every time you visit our facility. We live each day by our mission statement: "We Touch, We Teach, We Treat".

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