1702 N 800 E
North Logan, Utah 84341
Dr. Israelsen attended veterinary school at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, graduating with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1995. He then went to Oregon and worked in a very busy mixed-animal practice there until 1997, when he and Dr. Hillegass had the opportunity to purchase Mountain View Veterinary Health Center from Dr. Richard Jones who was retiring. Dr. Israelsen is certified in Animal Chiropractic, adjusting both performance horses and small animals for numerous problems. He has a special interest in internal medicine, and enjoys the challenge of aiding pets through difficult illnesses.
Dr. Hillegass attended veterinary school at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, graduating with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1995. She then went to Oregon and worked in 2 separate hospitals there, including a 24-hour emergency clinic. In 1997, Dr. Hillegass and Dr. Israelsen purchased Mountain View Veterinary Health Center from Dr. Richard Jones who was retiring. Dr. Hillegass is trained in Acupuncture and Herbal medicine and has an interest in pet nutrition as well. She is a highly-skilled surgeon, and particularly enjoys soft tissue surgery.
Dr. Jensen attended veterinary school at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, graduating with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. She enjoys the challenge of mixed animal practice and has done several externships at different practices to broaden her experience with various species including camelids and small ruminants. Upon her graduation, Dr. Jensen eagerly returned to Logan to work under the mentorship of Dr. Israelsen and Dr. Hillegass. She has a special interest in orthopedic and soft tissue surgery as well as ultrasonography.
Dr. Shuck attended veterinary school at The Ohio State University graduating with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2012. She took a Career Area of Emphasis in the last year of veterinary school that allowed her to spend several weeks focusing on avian and exotic animal practice. Upon graduation, she worked in a highly regarded shelter on a relief basis before moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she spent two years in a small animal practice. She then joined the team at MVVHC in 2015. Her special interests include avian and exotic medicine, internal medicine, and canine behavior.
Jonathon Tonioli our Practice Manager and Karen Allison our Team Development Manager together manage all aspects our veterinary practice including both our Providence and North Logan locations. Jonathon has been with MVVHC since 2009 and Karen since 2017.
Our Client Relations team works diligently to handle telephone communications, facility our patient check in and check out process, and to ensure each one of our clients has a great experience at our Practice. Kendall, Hillary, Melissa, Nancy, and Kambrie are here to make your experience memorable.
Veterinary Technicians are often called Animal Nurses. Our technicians are very skilled and perform a wide range of tasks to keep our practice running smoothly and to keep our patients comfortable. Drawing blood, placing IV catheters, comforting patients, filling prescription medications, and running lab tests are just a few of the tasks they do everyday. Rachel, Josefina, McKenna, Lindsey, Cora, Melissa, Raelynn, and Shelbie are all here to make you and your pet's visit as smooth as possible.
Our Animal Caretakers ensure the pets boarding with us get continually care. From feeding and walk, to cleaning cages daily for our boarding patients they do their best to make sure every boarder is comfortable and happy. Leslie, Tammara, Samantha, Taylor, and Kaitlin not only care for boarders but do most of the housekeeping at each of our hospitals.
Kaylene Nelson has been grooming for over 10 years and has worked at Mountain View Veterinary Health Center since 2013.
Ben Mortensen has been with Mountain View Veterinary Health Center since 2016
Dr. Reynolds attended veterinary school at Washington State University graduating with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. Dr. Reynolds grew up in the small town of Fruitland, Idaho and loves the outdoors. When she is not at work she loves hiking, fishing, horseback riding and spending time with her husband and four-legged feline kids-Rascal and Roxy. Upon graduation she joined the MVVHC to work under the mentorship of Dr. Israelsen and Dr. Hillegass. She has a special interest in cardiology and internal medicine.
Dr. James Israelsen
Dr. Melinda Hillegass
Dr. Khirsta Jensen
Dr. Jenn Shuck
Dr. Susan Reynolds
Since 1977 Mountain View Veterinary Health Center has undergone regular inspections by AAHA to ensure compliance with the association’s high quality standards of care. These standards cover nearly every aspect of the Mountain View Veterinary Health Center hospital, including: surgery, pharmacy, laboratory, exam facilities, pet health records, cleanliness, emergency services, dental and nursing care, diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology, and employee training and education.