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Kaysville Veterinary Hospital

166 S Main St | Kaysville, UT 84037

Call 801-882-7828
Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm
Sunday Closed
  • We are your family veterinarian.
  • Personal and compassionate service.
  • Senior pet health is a priority.
  • We can work within any budget.
  • Animal Microchipping
  • Bird Vet
  • Declawing
  • Exotic Animal Vet
  • Reptile Vet
  • Small Animal Vet
  • Spaying/Neutering
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • Veterinary Docking
  • Veterinary Euthanasia
  • Veterinary House Calls
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • New Pet Initial Visit
  • Physical Exam
Description

Dr. Moss graduated in London England in 1979. He is a Past President of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, and has worked in England; Newfoundland, Canada and now Utah. When you come to the Kaysville Veterinary Clinic - you always get "your" doctor!

Dr. Moss tends dogs, cats, exotic pets (including small mammals and reptiles) and birds.

His special interests are keeping your senior pet healthy, advanced dentistry and cardiology.

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This is Shawnee who developed acute, life-threatening pneumonia. At the ER she was placed on oxygen which is being delivered through the little red tube entering her left nostril. It is stitched in and attached at the other end to a portable oxygen tank. She was on continuous oxygen for 48 hours. She is now off the tank and is doing well. This is Shawnee who developed acute, life-threatening pneumonia. At the ER she was placed on oxygen which is being delivered through the little red tube entering her left nostril. It is stitched in and attached at the other end to a portable oxygen tank. She was on continuous oxygen for 48 hours. She is now off the tank and is doing well.
Here is Amy, the nurse, with a beautiful conure on her shoulder. How could you not love being a veterinarian? Here is Amy, the nurse, with a beautiful conure on her shoulder. How could you not love being a veterinarian?
1 of 3: This cat came to see me with a very inflammed eye. The tissue under the eyelids (the conjunctiva) were red and swollen and the cat could hardly keep its eye open 1 of 3: This cat came to see me with a very inflammed eye. The tissue under the eyelids (the conjunctiva) were red and swollen and the cat could hardly keep its eye open
2 of 3: When I carefully examined the eye I saw a grass seed poking out from under the eyelid. After numbing the eye with a local anaesthetic drop I was able to remove the seed - shown here against a penny. 2 of 3: When I carefully examined the eye I saw a grass seed poking out from under the eyelid. After numbing the eye with a local anaesthetic drop I was able to remove the seed - shown here against a penny.
2 of 3: When I carefully examined the eye I saw a grass seed poking out from under the eyelid. After numbing the eye with a local anaesthetic drop I was able to remove the seed - shown here against a penny. 2 of 3: When I carefully examined the eye I saw a grass seed poking out from under the eyelid. After numbing the eye with a local anaesthetic drop I was able to remove the seed - shown here against a penny.
A Scottish Terrier. They never listen because people over here don't know how to speak Scots! A Scottish Terrier. They never listen because people over here don't know how to speak Scots!
1 of 2: This 11 year old chihuahua came to me with a large swelling on the bridge of its nose. When I lifted the lip I saw the swelling on the inside of the mouth in the place where the canine tooth should have been. 1 of 2: This 11 year old chihuahua came to me with a large swelling on the bridge of its nose. When I lifted the lip I saw the swelling on the inside of the mouth in the place where the canine tooth should have been.
2 of 2. Although a little out of focus you can see the long canine tooth is definately present. It had not errupted through the gum and was causing a dental cyst. Once I cut into the cyst and drained the fluid I was able to see the un-errupted tooth and could extract it. On re-check 10 days later my patient was doing much better! 2 of 2. Although a little out of focus you can see the long canine tooth is definately present. It had not errupted through the gum and was causing a dental cyst. Once I cut into the cyst and drained the fluid I was able to see the un-errupted tooth and could extract it. On re-check 10 days later my patient was doing much better!
Doctor Moss' dog Bracken. Doctor Moss' dog Bracken.
A beautiful Sun Conure. A beautiful Sun Conure.
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Dr. Moss
Dr. Moss

Dr. Moss graduated in London England in 1979. He is Past President of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association. He has worked in England; Newfoundland, Canada and now Utah. When you come to the Kaysville Veterinary Clinic - you always get "your" doctor!

Dr. Moss tends dogs, cats, exotic pets (including small mammals and reptiles) and birds.

His special interests are keeping your senior pet healthy, advanced dentistry and cardiology.

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