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Quality Care You Can Trust

Town & Country Veterinary Hospital’s mission is to provide the best available and most up to date medical care for your pet. We are constantly learning and improving on all areas of animal health care. This mission is our promise to all our clients and their pets: We will provide the absolute best care and services for all of your pet’s needs.

Our medical staff attends veterinary conferences and meetings which allows us to find better ways to practice veterinary medicine. Extensive training for all our staff members is an ongoing day to day task. Our staff is passionate about giving your pet’s the special care and attention they need to live a long happy and healthy life.

Dr. Gary L. Peterson, DVM

Dr. Gary Peterson is a graduate of Colorado State University with a B.S. and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Upon graduation, he accepted a position with a small animal practitioner in Salt Lake. Four years later he purchased the practice he had started in.

Dr. Peterson has had a specialty interest in neurology and neurosurgery since 1975. He is frequently receiving neurological patient referrals from his colleagues both locally and out of state.

He has been in a small animal practice in Utah and a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Utah Veterinary Medical Association continually since 1971. He has served as past presidents of the Salt Lake Veterinary Medical Association and the Utah Veterinary Medical Association. He was nominated and awarded Veterinarian of the Year in 1998.

Dr. Peterson and his wife live in Salt Lake City. They have a son in the United States Army and a daughter working as a designer in Los Angeles. Currently they keep their hands full with never ending home imporovement projects and their terrorist of a Scottish terrer, Gavin.

Dedicated to Veterinary Excellence

Our hospital is an accredited member of AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) We voluntarily participate in an on-site evaluation by AAHA every three years. Unlike human hospitals, animal hospitals are not required to be accredited. Veterinary hospitals are evaluated on approximately 900 standards of veterinary excellence in order to become accredited. AAHA-accredited hospitals are recognized among the finest in the industry, and are consistently at the forefront of advanced veterinary medicine.

Our hospital is among the top 14% of hospitals in the country that are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).