Cedar City Animal Hospital is owned and operated by Dr. Cameron Norton, DVM. Dr. Norton is a mixed-animal veterinarian with over a decade of experience and loves helping the people and animals in our community here in Cedar City! Browse our webpage and stop by in person to check out our animal hospital.
Through more than a decade of experience as a mixed-animal veterinarian and through many years serving the Cedar City and surrounding areas, Dr. Norton has identified areas in which he feels we can be of greater service to our community. Cedar City Animal Hospital is an independent and comprehensive full-service veterinary facility, opened by Dr. Norton as a way to meet the growing need in our community for AfterHours care while maintaining full-service daytime availability as well.
Our mission is to serve both our patients and our clients by providing quality medicine, convenience, and a pleasant experience for animal and owner alike. Cedar City Animal Hospital provides a unique and innovative opportunity for client convenience when it comes to medical care for your pets. We offer a wide range of business hours (see our contact page for details) in hopes of being available to clients with various personal schedules. We understand that taking off work to bring your animal to the vet during the day or calling in an off-duty vet requires not only inconvenience, but additional financial expense. Our hope is to reduce that burden on clients and veterinarians by offering these unique operating hours.
As a full-service facility, we are equipped to receive and treat both routine veterinary cases and veterinary emergencies and are dedicated to providing top-quality medical care for our patients as well as a positive and enjoyable experience for our clients.
Our clinic is conveniently located in the Blackrock Shopping Center on West 200 N/Hwy56, in Cedar City, next door to Chef Alfredo's Restaraunte Italiano and across the street from the Market Grill and Stock Yards.
2333 W HWY 56, Suite A
Cedar City, Utah 84720 (see map below)
Email: Contact Form below
Tel: 435-586-VETS ( )
Monday through Friday
7:30am-5pm W, Th, F & 9am-7pm M, T
Evenings & Saturday
GET TO KNOW
Dr. Norton is well-loved in our community for his sincere concern for pet owners and animals alike as well as his fun and quirky sense of humor. His endearing personality is enhanced by his sincere desire to listen and solve difficult veterinary cases, while meeting the needs of both the patient and the owner.
Dr. Norton is a family man and father of seven children. He and his wife started their family with a puppy, immediately followed by five wonderful and rambunctious boys. They were shocked to learn that their sixth child was a girl, but have enjoyed having her feminine influence in the home! They added another son to their family in February, 2018. Dr. Norton's first love is family. He especially loves spending time with his family in the outdoors, whether that time is spent hiking through nature or tending to his garden.
Growing up in the woods of Kentucky, Dr. Norton developed a deep love for being surrounded by and caring for plants and animals. But, as a veterinarian, he loves his interaction with people as much as his interaction with animals. He can often be caught joking around with clients in the clinic and enjoys maintaining a light and friendly atmosphere with his staff.
Dr. Norton received his Bachelors of Animal Science degree from Brigham Young University in 2002. He then went on to obtain both his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State University and his Masters of Public Health degree from the University of Iowa in 2007. He has worked full-time as a mixed-animal veterinarian since that time and loves what he does.
GET TO KNOW
We are pleased to have Dr. Dan Harmer joining our team from Price, Utah, where he practiced veterinary medicine for four years. While he is a friendly, skilled, and intelligent veterinarian who is dedicated to helping animals, we like to tease him about his name, which he takes in stride with a chuckle and a smile. He is a valuable addition to our practice and we feel blessed to have him. Dr. Harmer and his family are looking forward to making Cedar City their new home.
Veterinary surgery and dentistry are particular professional interests that Dr. Harmer especially enjoys. He is a great “country vet” who, in addition to helping cats and dogs, enjoys being able to care for farm animals, exotic pets, and even injured wildlife. Dr. Harmer graduated from BYU in 2007 and taught Junior High School Health for five years before pursuing a second career as a veterinarian. He graduated from Washington State University/Utah State University in 2017. As a former public school teacher, Dr. Harmer loves opportunities to visit classrooms to speak about veterinary medicine.
Dan and his wife, Emily, have been married since 2006. Emily is also a graduate of BYU and is a native of Rockville, Utah. They have three children: Autumn (13), Elias (8), and Summer (6). The Harmers enjoy camping, hiking, homesteading, and gardening. Dan is also an amateur novelist, woodworker, and guitarist. The Harmer family has 3 cats, 4 goats, and 5 chickens. As true animal lovers, they’ve frequently fostered sick or injured animals until they were healthy enough to be adopted.
Dr. Harmer looks forward to getting to know you and helping with all your veterinary needs.
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“Dr. Norton is very kind and caring. He went the extra mile for us when we had to put a dear old pet down and was just the same for our new dog.
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— Sheila R Welhoelter, 4.21.19