Healing Hearts Animal Hospital is an affordable, friendly and professional hospital that can meet many of your pet’s medical and surgical needs. We also provide critical care and emergency stabilization as needed. Our hospital has an in-house laboratory and pharmacy to make filling prescriptions easier and more convenient. We are centrally located in Murray at 280 West and 4800 South.
Here at Healing Hearts Animal Hospital we provide general medical and specialized treatments to ensure that your pet has a healthy life. We offer a wide variety of services such as animal wellness exams, vaccinations, digital X-rays, in-house laboratory, pharmacy, laser therapy, complete dental care, diagnostic treatment options, and a fully equipped surgery suit.
The medical team at Healing Hearts Animal Hospital has over 20 years of experience. We pride ourselves in giving quality treatments at affordable prices. Our highly professional and credentialed team is committed to your pet. We are a dynamic team and are dedicated to the wellness of your pet, for that reason, our primary goal is the satisfaction and well-being of our patients.
Our responsive, highly educated, and skilled professional staff aims to meet all your needs. You can count on Healing Hearts Animal Hospital. We encourage you to browse our site for more information on our hospital and the services we provide.
Dr. Sheri Thomas
Murray Veterinarian | Healing Hearts Animal Hospital | 801-281-3900
280 W 4800 S
Murray, UT 84107
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We have a new Cancellation Policy and Pricing Announcement starting December 1st, 2018. Starting January 1st, we are closed on Sundays until further notice.
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