Welcome to Mountain View Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Pocatello,ID
Call us at (208) 233-2844

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (208) 233-2844

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Our focus at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital

is to honor the bond we have with our pets, and to offer our patients, clients, and the community the very best veterinary medical care possible. For many, our pets are a beloved and cherished member of our family. We know you want the best for your pets, and that starts with routine examinations by your veterinarian. We would be honored to provide you that service. You will find that our compassionate, caring, friendly staff are a step above the rest. We will treat your pets as we treat our own, with kindness, dignity and respect. We take a lifespan approach to each of our patients and are dedicated to being there all the way from beginning to end- starting with puppy/kitten vaccines, working through illnesses and traumas, allowing older pets to age with grace and dignity, and finally, helping families handle end of life decisions with compassion and empathy.

Our Veterinary Hospital

Waiting Room Our waiting room has chairs on either side of the room so your and your pet don't have to be sitting right next to someone else's unruly pet. We also have a retail area where you can peruse different pet supplies, including rawhides, vitamins, … Read More

Mountain View Veterinary Hospital provides medical, dental, diagnostic and surgical care for your dogs and cats.

Dr. Danielle Newman
Pocatello Veterinarian | Mountain View Veterinary Hospital | (208) 233-2844

1800 Garrett Way, Ste. 33
Pocatello, ID 83201

OUR PROMISE

Our friendly team is dedicated to you and your pet. We offer a wide range of veterinary services so pets in Pocatello and the surrounding communities get the compassionate care they deserve! It is our responsibility to make your veterinary experience a positive one, and to ensure you and your pet are comfortable and at ease.

Call us today at (208) 233-2844 to schedule an appointment.

Contact Us

Meet Our Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Danielle Newman, D.V.M.
    Veterinarian

    Mountain View Veterinary Hospital was founded by Dr. Danielle Newman in 2014.

    A seasoned veterinarian of 20 years, Dr. Newman has worked in several clinics in southeastern Idaho since graduating from the University of WI-Madison in the spring 2000. Experience in a variety of hospital settings has helped create her vision of how to best serve her clients and patients.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Outstanding Service with a quick response time, they've always taken great care with my cat not just for his health, but also to make sure he is comfortable."
    Zander
  • "I'm new to Pocatello so when I called about my sick dog(non emergency) I was first told they only had a 15 minute opening and the veterinarian would need more time in order to assess any and all possible problems. But then the girl said she would ask the veterinarian anyway and would either call me back with an appt time or a referral to someone else that could help us asap. She called back 20 minutes later and we were seen 1 hour later. The entire staff was so polite, caring and helpful. They were AWESOME!!! They spent 45+ minutes with us, checking everything! 3 days later my dog is playing again and her overall health seems to improve everyday, with medications of course."
    Sara
  • "They took excellent care of our cat in an emergency. Super kind & caring."
    Erin H.
  • "Every time we take our pets in to Mountain View they are treated with so much love! The staff is amazing g and we always know our fur babies will get the best care possible. We love this place!"
    Cassy G.
  • "Outstanding Service with a quick response time, they've always taken great care with my cat not just for his health, but also to make sure he is comfortable."
    Zander

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Location & Hours

Location


Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed