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Take the best care of your animals with help from Page Animal Hospital!

Having a pet is a rewarding experience filled with unconditional love and joy. But, there’s an added responsibility that comes along with being a pet owner – providing quality care for your furry friend. From knowing what kind of food to provide, how often to brush their fur, or understanding when it’s time to take them in for routine checkups – the task of taking proper care of your pet can seem daunting for those who are new to being pet owners. To help make sure your pets get all the attention they need and deserve, Page Animal Hospital is dedicating this page to share ways you can provide better care for them!



Enjoy some helpful information from our team at PAH!

Client Service Representative Position Open

By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | June 22, 2024

Full Details on the Indeed Job Board Job description The Client Service Representative is a demanding position that requires experience in providing ultimate positive client service. You are the client’s first contact when calling or visiting our veterinary practice and as such represent the professional image of the practice to callers and visitors. Responsibilities include…

Cat Exam


By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | May 28, 2024

Chronic kidney disease in dogs and cats:  What is it, how do I treat it, can I prevent it? Chronic kidney disease is one of the most common problems that dogs and cats develop as they age. To help our pets we need to know a little about what the kidneys do and why they…


By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | May 25, 2024

Stomach bloat is a very concerning and life-threatening emergency that can affect your furry friend. It’s known by many terms, including gastric dilation and volvulus (GDV), gastric torsion, and stomach twist, and it can be especially dangerous for deep-chested dogs like Great Danes, Doberman Pinschers, and Greyhounds.  GDV is a condition where the stomach rotates…

Blood Work Screening

By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | May 23, 2024


By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | May 23, 2024

Diabetes Mellitus is a common disease in both dogs and cats. It is a condition where the pancreas does not secrete insulin to control blood sugar. The most common signs you may notice at home are increased thirst and urination, increased appetite, and weight loss. Although other diseases can cause similar signs, blood work and…

The Importance of Nutritional Health for Your Pets 

By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | May 20, 2024

Nutrition is one of the most essential elements of good pet health care.   Commercial pet foods are formulated to provide the necessary protein, energy, vitamins and minerals a particular pet requires.  Human foods, while tempting to pets, do not provide all their nutritional requirements.  There are several good quality pet foods on the market…

🐾📚 Discover Senior Pet Care: Join Us for a Free Educational Event! 📚🐾

By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | April 29, 2024

Mark your calendars for May 15, 2024, because Kanab Veterinary Hospital and the Kanab City Library are teaming up to present “Senior Pet Care Education Night”! 🎉 This exciting event invites pet owners, especially those with older pets, to come together for an evening of valuable insights, expert advice, and community camaraderie. From 7:00 PM…


Associate Veterinarian Position Open

By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | April 18, 2024

Kanab Veterinary Hospital, nestled in beautiful Kanab, Southern Utah, is on the lookout for vibrant, friendly, and qualified veterinarians to join our fantastic team of four doctors. We are a well-established and bustling full-service clinic and hospital specializing in emergency and general practice medicine for companion pets, equine, ranch animals, family livestock, and exotic pets.…

pet insurance


By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | March 25, 2024

There are many factors to consider regarding pet insurance. This article hopes to help you make the best decision for your pet. Medical supplies and equipment costs have been increasing across the healthcare service, including the veterinary medical service. While human healthcare is subsidized by insurance, veterinary care is not. As a result, without pet…

AAEP Horse Owner Education Committee presents, Calm Under Pressure: Conquering Equine Emergencies

By Kanab Veterinary Hospital | March 14, 2024

The AAEP Horse Owner Education Committee is thrilled to announce an upcoming webinar designed to empower horse owners with the knowledge to recognize and respond to equine emergencies. In this informative session, Drs. Allie Catalino, Racquel Lindroth, and Nikki Scherrer will discuss how horse owners can prepare themselves for equine veterinary emergencies. They will also briefly discuss the most common…

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