about our veterinary practice  Kanab, UT
Kanab Veterinary Hospital is proud to serve Kanab, UT and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.

We believe in treating every patient as if they were our own pet, and giving them the same loving attention and care. We are a group of highly trained, experienced animal lovers who are devoted to giving our patients the best care possible.

If you have any questions about how we can care for your pet, please don't hesitate to call us at (435) 644-2400. Thank you!


Dr. Kevin Ballard - Veterinarian / Co-Owner

Dr. Kevin Ballard - Veterinarian / Co-Owner

Dr. Kevin D. Ballard was born and raised in beautiful Southern Utah, growing up in the town of Hurricane. He grew up next door to his Grandparents who always had a horse for him to ride. He knew from a...

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Dr. Kevin Ballard - Veterinarian / Co-Owner

Dr. Kevin D. Ballard was born and raised in beautiful Southern Utah, growing up in the town of Hurricane. He grew up next door to his Grandparents who always had a horse for him to ride. He knew from a young age that he wanted to be a veterinarian and focused his efforts to reach that goal from late in middle school through graduation from Hurricane High School in 1995. He attended Southern Utah University from 1998-2002 where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree, then moved on to Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine from 2002-2006. He worked at Desert Pines Equine Center in Las Vegas, NV from May of 2006 to September 2012. He also worked part-time at the Southwest Animal Emergency Hospital in St. George, UT starting in the fall of 2011 before purchasing Kanab Veterinary Hospital in August 2012.

Dr. Ballard thoroughly enjoys being a veterinarian, consistently going above and beyond in the care for all his patients and their human companions. He involves himself in community events such as, volunteering his time at the annual low-cost vaccination clinic sponsored by the Best Friends Animal Society. He can be seen, with his family, driving a team of horses and wagon during the annual Western Legends Round-Up event as well as during the July 4th and Pioneer Day parades.

Dr. Ballard and his wife, Ann, are the proud parents of ten children. They enjoy the outdoors together riding horses, driving wagons, camping, hunting, fishing and ranching. Dr. Ballard has always had a deep love for nature and animals. His love for service comes from his parents and grandparents, and he genuinely loves to help others in any way he can. He loves living in Kanab and is intensely passionate about serving the animals and people of Southern Utah.


Ann Ballard - Co-Owner

Ann Ballard - Co-Owner

Ann is and always has been devoted to supporting her husband, Dr. Ballard, as he followed his passion toward becoming a veterinarian. She was particularly excited when they opened Kanab Veterinary Hospital...

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Ann Ballard - Co-Owner

Ann is and always has been devoted to supporting her husband, Dr. Ballard, as he followed his passion toward becoming a veterinarian. She was particularly excited when they opened Kanab Veterinary Hospital together to help animals and their human companions in Kanab and surrounding areas. Ann grew up on cattle ranches in Florida and on the Arizona Strip and appreciates those people and animals that have a job to do on the ranch. She has many years’ experience in budgeting, computers, communications, and assisting the Veterinarian.

Ann has a deep-rooted sense of service to others, as a result, she loves learning as much as possible about running a veterinary hospital so she can better serve the animals, their human companions, and her caring staff of the Kanab Veterinary Hospital.

Having played a significant role since August 2012 in creating a successful veterinary practice, Ann can now spend more time working from home and caring for her ten children.


Cami Cotter – Executive Director

Cami Cotter – Executive Director

Years at KVH: 2.5
Education: Master’s in Business Management and Leadership
Interests: Outdoors, Travel, & Animals
Email: kanabvet@gmail.com

With a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, a...

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Cami Cotter – Executive Director

Years at KVH: 2.5
Education: Master’s in Business Management and Leadership
Interests: Outdoors, Travel, & Animals
Email: kanabvet@gmail.com

With a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, a Master’s Degree in Business Management and Leadership, together with a plethora of experience in starting and running her own small businesses, Kanab Veterinary Hospital was determined to have Cami join our team. After “courting” Cami for a time, KVH is delighted she ultimately decided to join our team in August 2018 and has certainly epitomized the term “hit the ground running” ever since.

Cami’s business management career has spanned almost two decades and traversed both the small business world and the larger corporate world. It includes owning and operating a large-scale childcare facility caring for some 100 children daily: starting and running a property management company with her husband for house rentals as well as a boat maintenance and repair company. Owning and operating one’s own businesses is extremely demanding and time-consuming. So, when Cami and her husband decided to have a family of their own, they knew they needed to make a few lifestyle adjustments to devote themselves to raising their children. At this time Cami crossed back into the Corporate world, accepting employment at a semi-conductor manufacturing facility. With Cami’s formal education qualifications and experience in running her own businesses, it is not surprising that she was quickly elevated to managing teams of employees across multiple production areas. Specifically, Cami was in charge of supervisor development and leadership training program, to help others grow within the company.

Although giving up business ownership and moving into an employee situation did afford Cami and her husband more time to devote to the raising of their children, the Corporate world is very fast paced, demanding and stressful. Additionally, Cami had been working the nightshift for over a decade to ensure the most efficient use of her time could be devoted to raising her children. Cami had dreamed of moving to a small, remote town with a small population of warm and friendly people. The offer to work at Kanab Veterinary Hospital was a perfect match for her skills and experience as well as for the lifestyle she dreamed of for her and her family.
Cami loves to explore nature and learn about animals. Kanab is a great location to indulge in both of her favorite things. Cami foresees Kanab as her family’s long-term home.

Cami is a strong asset to our team and is responsible for managing both the Kanab Veterinary Hospital and the Page Animal Hospital businesses.


Tawnya Henley - Executive Assistant

Tawnya Henley - Executive Assistant

Tawnya says, “I love being the face of my employment and creating a great first impression for the client.” And she DOES create a “great first impression”!

After 19 years as Office Coordinator...

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Tawnya Henley - Executive Assistant

Tawnya says, “I love being the face of my employment and creating a great first impression for the client.” And she DOES create a “great first impression”!

After 19 years as Office Coordinator at Ogden Regional Medical Center, Ogden UT being her hometown, Tawnya relocated to Kanab, UT to be close to her sister and nieces. She wanted to experience her nieces growing up and be involved in supporting their dance competitions and hobbies.

Tawnya loves reception work and interacting with people. When she moved to Kanab, she thought she would remain in the human hospital field and expand her knowledge in a different way from her previous 19 years at Ogden Regional Medical Center. Then the opportunity to work in the reception of a veterinary hospital presented itself, and Tawnya decided it would be fun an exciting to learn a whole new world within the animal field. However, life had a different plan when our Executive Director spotted in Tawnya the very skills and experience she had been searching for in her vacancy for and Executive Assistant. Tawnya was snapped up, leaving an opportunity for another career minded person to work in our reception.

Tawnya shares her home with her pure white cat named Skid. She had always wanted a pure white cat and was able to adopt Skid as a kitten. Skid is Tawnya’s “adorable companion” and is now around 7 years old. He loves car rides and always traveled with her to visit her family here in Kanab.

Living in Kanab UT is different to living in Ogden UT, but Tawnya loves living close to her family. She finds the surrounding red mountains “breathtaking” and enjoys all the opportunities to hike and explore. Not being a “fan of the cold” Tawnya says, “the warmer weather is a plus too”. Which means she can enjoy her paddle boarding even more! On more quiet nights, Tawnya loves spending time diamond painting.

With a smile that some say helps “brighten their day”, a desire to ensure patients and clients leave happy with all their questions answered by going the extra mile, together with her friendly and happy personality, Tawnya is a great asset to our Kanab Veterinary Hospital reception team.


Dr. Patti Patterson - Veterinarian

Dr. Patti Patterson - Veterinarian

Many in our community will already know Dr. Patti from her 14 years of dedicated veterinary care for the animals at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and the work she has done to help animals volunteering...

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Dr. Patti Patterson - Veterinarian

Many in our community will already know Dr. Patti from her 14 years of dedicated veterinary care for the animals at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and the work she has done to help animals volunteering her own time on the Reservations and other fringe communities.

Born and raised just outside of Philadelphia, PA, Dr. Patti is the middle child of a very closely-knit family who always had a passion for animals. She knew from 6th grade that she wanted to grow up to become a veterinarian.

After achieving an undergraduate degree in 1989 from Penn State University in Animal Bio-Science, and her veterinary medicine degree from University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1993, Dr. Patti completed a one-year rotating internship at U of P. She moved briefly into private practice for a year before working for the next 15 years in a busy referral practice as an emergency critical care veterinarian just outside Philadelphia.

When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, Dr. Patti headed to Louisiana to volunteer, leading her on a path to become more involved in animal rescue and sheltering. A year later, she made her way west and to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, gaining experience in sanctuary medicine and working with a variety of species such as rabbits, guinea pigs, and birds.

Dr. Patti fell in love with this area of southern Utah with all its natural beauty and simpler way of life. She also met the love of her life here in Kanab, Roger Patterson, whom she married in 2011. They have 5 fur-babies; 3 cats (Romeo, Ophelia, Spencer), and 2 dogs (Chopper a chocolate lab, and Whistle a shepherd mix).

Dr. Patti’s professional areas of interest are cardiology, emergency medicine, and anything “cat”! Her personal interests include hiking, camping with her husband, Roger, and their dogs, reading, gardening, and really anything she can do outdoors.

Dr. Patti’s schedule at Kanab Veterinary Hospital will be Mon, Tues and Fri 8:00 to 5:00 pm.


Dr. Katie Gibson, DVM

Dr. Katie Gibson, DVM

Dr. Gibson tells us that when she worked at an animal emergency clinic in St. George, UT, she ‘heard so many good things from KVH clients I decided I needed to come to check it out”. KVH is so happy...

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Dr. Katie Gibson, DVM

Dr. Gibson tells us that when she worked at an animal emergency clinic in St. George, UT, she ‘heard so many good things from KVH clients I decided I needed to come to check it out”. KVH is so happy she did, as, already, are our clients! The positive chatter in the local Kanab Facebook groups about a wonderful new, highly-skilled, and very caring veterinarian considering joining KVH was almost palpable in the weeks when Dr. Gibson was driving daily from St. George to meet our clients, their beloved pets and, to “check us out”.
Dr. Gibson grew up in New Jersey but lived most of her life in Asheville, NC, where she studied biology and veterinary medicine at the University of North Carolina, graduating in 2006. During veterinary school, Dr. Gibson honed her surgical skills by volunteering at spay/neuter clinics. She worked at the local animal shelter to treat sick and injured pets, as well as with a turtle rescue team performing shell repairs and treating sick and injured turtles. She learned about fish medicine and helped with research in the dermatology department. After veterinary school, Dr. Gibson completed an internship at a veterinary specialist in NC, which is where she fell in love with emergency veterinary medicine.

Dr. Gibson practiced emergency medicine for 8 years at an animal emergency clinic in Asheville, NC, where she loved the excitement and challenge of helping critical patients. At the same time, she missed the bond she had with her clients and patients as afforded in general veterinary practice. So, Dr. Gibson accepted a position at a general practice in Las Vegas, NV, where she has worked for the past 4 years prior to becoming a member of the KVH team and family.

Dr. Gibson’s work in both emergency and general practice, together with her experiences with, and love for exotics, is a valuable asset that greatly complements the services already offered by Kanab Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Gibson shares her home three dogs – An Australian Shepherd named Aries, an Australian Cattle Dog, named Jenny and Gabby, and an old Chow mix. The Gibson family also includes a Sphynx kitten, Mali, and a fluffy kitty, Meesha.

When Dr. Gibson is not working you will find her rock climbing, hiking, running, canyoneering, kayaking, paddle boarding and, if you are not yet breathless, she is now learning to ride horses.


Anna Young - Director of Medical Services

Anna Young - Director of Medical Services

Anna Young - Director of Medical Services
Years at KVH: 2.5 Years
Interests: Large animal care, music

Competent. Versatile. Resourceful. Dependable are just a few words to describe the wide-ranging...

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Anna Young - Director of Medical Services

Anna Young – Director of Medical Services
Years at KVH: 2.5 Years
Interests: Large animal care, music

Competent. Versatile. Resourceful. Dependable are just a few words to describe the wide-ranging qualities of Anna.
Anna was raised on a small family farm in Hilldale, Utah. Most of Anna’s early years were spent hanging out with the goats, cows, and horses on the farm, which is how she learned her great love for all animals and their care.
In addition to being the Director of Medical Services for KVH, Anna has completed a Veterinary Assistant course and is eager to pursue a career as a Veterinarian. Anna enthusiastically immerses herself in all the learning experiences available at KVH.

In her spare time, Anna enjoys riding & driving horses, as well as playing piano, violin, and guitar.


Jordyn Parker - Veterinary Technician

Jordyn Parker - Veterinary Technician

Jordyn Parker - Veterinary Technician
Years at KVH: 1.5
Education: Veterinary Technician Degree, BA in Anthropology, Associate's Degree Arts and Sciences.
Interests: Mountain drives, experimenting in...

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Jordyn Parker - Veterinary Technician

Jordyn Parker – Veterinary Technician
Years at KVH: 1.5
Education: Veterinary Technician Degree, BA in Anthropology, Associate’s Degree Arts and Sciences.
Interests: Mountain drives, experimenting in the kitchen, reading and her artwork

Jordyn made an unexpected appearance when her mother was visiting family in Kanab and Jordyn arrived 2 ½ months prematurely! Jordyn began life as she planned to live it, always ahead of her time. Almost as soon as she learned to read, Jordyn began devouring information about animals – of any species – from books, nature documentaries and the Internet. From an early age, Jordyn demonstrated a natural ability to retain and accurately share all she learned about animals and quickly became the “go to” animal expert in the family.

Other early childhood experiences were learning how to take care of special needs animals. Her first kitten, Ryan Tucker, was diagnosed with FIP (an incurable and terminal illness) and crossed the Rainbow Bridge at just one year old. Jordyn’s natural compassion made his short life as comfortable and happy as could be.
Leaving high school two years ahead of schedule, Jordyn began her journey toward ultimately attaining her Veterinary Technician degree from the Bel Rea Institute of Animal Technology in Colorado. The two-year curriculum included a combination of lectures, hands-on labs, shadowing qualified veterinary people in clinic settings and a ten-week internship where Jordyn gained experience working with cats, dogs, some exotics such as parrots and reptiles – and even fish! Additionally, Jordyn has spent time volunteering at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary’s Parrot Garden where she worked closely with the vet techs caring for the Parrots.

Jordyn has seamlessly assimilated into the Kanab Veterinary Hospital’s “family”, a term she uses to describe the warmth and friendless of her work environment. Jordyn is extremely skilled, gentle and compassionate with all the animals she encounters, treating each one as an individual. Jordyn is also an excellent listener and communicator, instilling confidence in the people who entrust their beloved animals to her care.


Kristina Rosenbaum

Kristina Rosenbaum

Getting to know Kristina, it is evident she is a person with an “old-soul”. She is someone who possesses high empathy for animals and people alike. She focuses on meaningful connections and spends...

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Kristina Rosenbaum

Getting to know Kristina, it is evident she is a person with an “old-soul”. She is someone who possesses high empathy for animals and people alike. She focuses on meaningful connections and spends a lot of time thinking about how to make a difference. In Kristina’s own, beautiful, and eloquent words:

“Growing up on a farm also teaches you the value of the circle of life. Whenever I lose a pet or help a client through losing one of theirs, the way that I support them is always colored by the grace and perspective with which they handle their lives. They taught me to make as many happy memories as I can with who I have now and that handling the struggles of a loved one is always worth the joy you share with them while things are good. I think about that every time a client is in a difficult situation, and it really drives me to go the extra mile to be there emotionally for every pet and client that walks through our door.”

Kristina relocated to Kanab, UT with her cat, Joplin, and her beautiful, big black Great Dane, Jolene (JoJo). JoJo was a birthday gift from Kristina’s parents who know how much she loves Great Danes, ever since a childhood Great Dane, Bailey. Joplin was rescued from a Humane Society having had a tough start in life which caused some behavioral issues. But after four years of Kristina’s patience and tender loving care, Joplin has improved in leaps and bounds. By the way – for anyone who is a 1960s music fan, you will have already spotted the connection to Janice Joplin in the names Kristina chose for her fur family. The inspiration to use the names of musicians began with Kristina’s first ‘failed foster” that arrived with the name of John Mayor. After a trip to Las Vegas, Kristina’s ‘family’ was joined by a Pacman Frog she named Syd, after Syd Barret of Pink Floyd. Kristina has quite the eclectic taste in music going as far back as the 1920s, through every genre to the present day, all very much influenced by her father and many family members who are musicians. So, she will never run out of names for all the animals she may rescue for the rest of her life!

‘Teamwork’ is a crucial aspect of every veterinary hospital, and Kanab Veterinary Hospital is no exception. Kristina credits her capacity for teamwork to her Purdue University studies in literature and theatre. Theatre demands ‘collaboration’, ‘creativity’ and the ability to work under pressure. It fosters a genuine interest in understanding a diversity of people, helping to make one intuitive to the needs of others. All of which makes Kristian a perfect addition to the Kanab Veterinary Hospital ‘TEAM”!

In her spare time, Kristina loves playing Dungeons and Dragons with a close group of people she made friends with soon after arriving in Kanab. She loves searching through thrift shops and record stores for 50s memorabilia (magazines, books, records) and has quite the old record collection. Kristina says she loves living in Kanab because she will “never run out of anything to do”.


Delynn Brainerd – Veterinary Assistant

Delynn Brainerd – Veterinary Assistant

Delynn brings to Kanab Veterinary Hospital a rich history of skills and experiences that she draws from daily as she cares for the animals entrusted to our care. Among them are her years as a Medical...

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Delynn Brainerd – Veterinary Assistant

Delynn brings to Kanab Veterinary Hospital a rich history of skills and experiences that she draws from daily as she cares for the animals entrusted to our care. Among them are her years as a Medical Technologist for people, skills she was able lean into as she adapted to become a Vet Tech in Cat World at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Utah. At Kanab Veterinary Hospital we place as much importance on the care and well-being of our human clients as we do upon their beloved pets. Delynn is very adept at this, drawing upon her people skills she garnered from successfully running non-profit organizations and from owing and managing two used children’s clothing and equipment stores.

Born and raised on a farm in Michigan, Delynn has been surround by animals of all types since birth. When Delynn married, she and her husband, Art, lived in Ann Arbor, MI for 45 years where they raised four children. In 2005, the family moved to Ohio which is when Delynn became seriously involved with animal rescue and volunteering, working with both cats and dogs. During this time, Delynn learned about the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and in 2011 came out to Utah to volunteer. A year later was another trip to Best Friends to volunteer, this time as a family and to explore the area. Very soon after, Delynn’s husband was working in the Finance Department at Best Friends and she found herself surround by hundreds of adorable cats, first as a Caregiver then as a Vet Tech in Cat World.

Delynn and Art share their home with two dogs, Wendy (the beautiful blonde in the photograph), who made the journey from Ohio with them, and Ruby (also featured in this photograph) who was adopted from Page Animal Adoption, AZ. Other members of the family include three cats: Jake, Russel (a “foster failure), and Grace.

Outside of work, Delynn has an array of hobbies including hiking and camping (who wouldn’t be surrounded by this beauty of Southern Utah!), playing the piano, gardening, quilting, food dehydrating, and recycling.

Delynn tells us one of the most important aspects of working with animals for her is to help keep them calm and make them feel safe while they are in a different environment which, for them, can be scary.


Tylee Johnson – Veterinary Assistant

Tylee Johnson – Veterinary Assistant

Tylee is a genuine native of Kanab, growing up in a closely-knit family surrounded by her grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Having always found joy in animals, being able to work with animals in any way...

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Tylee Johnson – Veterinary Assistant

Tylee is a genuine native of Kanab, growing up in a closely-knit family surrounded by her grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Having always found joy in animals, being able to work with animals in any way possible is a dream fulfilled when Tylee joined Kanab Veterinary Hospital as a Veterinary Assistant in February 2020.
Tylee spent a brief period away from her close-knit Kanab family when her US Marine Veteran {and high school sweetheart} husband was stationed in California. In their tiny California apartment, feeling homesick, they decided to give their love and a forever home to a rescued German Shepherd mix named Ruger, now 6 years old. When Tylee and Clayton returned to Fredonia, AZ, and a larger home, they added two Lionhead bunnies to their family named Nibbler and Pequeño.

Tylee is selflessly devoted to the welfare of animals and their human companions. Upon meeting Tylee for the first time, you will be immediately struck by her warm and friendly nature. She takes her responsibilities for the animals in her care very seriously, showing great kindness and respect for each individual and unique personality she encounters throughout each day.
In her spare time, Tylee loves running with her German Shepherd and she is the assistant coach for the Fredonia High School cheer team.

An interesting tidbit: At school, history was Tylee’s favorite subject, finding past events “fascinating”.


Helen Valderhaug  - Reception

Helen Valderhaug - Reception

Helen joins the Kanab Veterinary Hospital with the distinction of being a USAF Veteran. She worked as an aircraft armament system specialist during her military career. Subsequently, Helen has worked...

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Helen Valderhaug - Reception

Helen joins the Kanab Veterinary Hospital with the distinction of being a USAF Veteran. She worked as an aircraft armament system specialist during her military career. Subsequently, Helen has worked as a thoroughbred yearling groom, back in her home state of Kentucky, where she was responsible for preparing horses for the Keeneland sales. Traveling across country, before arriving in Kanab, UT, Helen held a position of Library Tech II at Yakima Valley College in WA, working as a cataloger.

Helen has always enjoyed working with and helping animals and people, so working at Kanab Veterinary Hospital helping “animal people” is a perfect opportunity. She draws from her experience as an ACO in a rural county that she says gave her a ‘new and broader perspective’ to the human/animal bond. Helen had originally wanted to become a veterinarian and was accepted into WSU’s pre-veterinary program.

Helen grew up in small towns and yearned to return to the small-town way of life. Helen and her husband drove 1,200 miles to Kanab in a small SUV with 3 large dogs (2 German shepherds and her border collie/chow mix named Libby who she adopted from the Central Washington Humane Society). Helen and Libby became a certified therapy team with Love on a Leash. Helen’s favorite part of Kanab are the people that call Kanab home. In her spare time, Helen loves exploring the area, participating in 5Ks and going to rock concerts – musical, not the red rocks of Kanab! 😊


Tamara Fleck - Professional Groomer

Tamara Fleck - Professional Groomer

Years at KVH: 2 Years
Education: American Kennel Club Safety Certified Groomer

Tamara began grooming for KVH in early 2018. She was born and raised in Nebraska where she grew up in a farming community....

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Tamara Fleck - Professional Groomer

Years at KVH: 2 Years
Education: American Kennel Club Safety Certified Groomer

Tamara began grooming for KVH in early 2018. She was born and raised in Nebraska where she grew up in a farming community. Tamara moved to Kanab in 2004 and has worked and volunteered extensively in animal welfare through Best Friends Animal Society and other avenues.
Tamara shares her home with 4 cats, 3 dogs, a potbellied pig and a human son who attends Kanab High School.

Certified by the American Kennel Club as a S.A.F.E. groomer (Safety, Assurance, Fundamentals, Education), Tamara keeps Kanab Vet’s patients (small, medium, large and extra-large) looking (and smelling) great! Call the office today to schedule your pet’s next grooming appointment!

Phone #: 435-644-2400


Jodi Leach - Front Line Receptionist

Jodi Leach - Front Line Receptionist

Years at KVH: 2.5
Interests: Reading, Boating, Camping, Hiking, and Photography

Jodi joined the KVH team in June of 2018. Jodi is a native of Southern Utah who grew up following her grandfather around...

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Jodi Leach - Front Line Receptionist

Years at KVH: 2.5
Interests: Reading, Boating, Camping, Hiking, and Photography

Jodi joined the KVH team in June of 2018. Jodi is a native of Southern Utah who grew up following her grandfather around his cattle ranch in Johnson Canyon, Utah. Through her many interactions and experiences on her grandfather’s ranch, Jodi adopted a deep and passionate love and respect for all animals, large and small

Jodi loves the fast-paced environment of the veterinary field and has a natural talent for juggling all the many and varied requirements (and surprises) of a “front line receptionist”. Jodi is extremely compassionate to both patient and their human companion and goes above and beyond to take care of their needs. Jodi has a calm and steady demeanor that serves her, her colleagues, our patients and their human companions extremely well in an environment that at times can be emotionally challenging.

Jodi is an advocate of adopting shelter animals. She shares her home with a mix of feline and canine adopted companions, each having joined Jodi’s family when they were only weeks old. Jodi loves serving the community’s veterinary needs and is keen to expand her education and technical abilities, all devoted to making a positive difference in the lives of the animals and their human companions.

Jodi loves being part of the amazing KVH team and KVH is fortunate to have Jodi as a member of our family!


Moccasin – Chief Client Greeter

Moccasin – Chief Client Greeter