Meet Our Team
Dr. Andrea Howard
Dr. Howard is the founder and director of Wasatch Hollow Animal Hospital. She was born in Argentina where she pursued her dream of becoorming a veterinarian in 1992 from the University of Buenos Aires.
Previously, she had her own practice in Mar Del Plata, Argentina. Then, she worked as a veterinarian at different small animal hospitals in Montgomery (AL), Abilene (TX), Albuquerque (NM) and Utah as she moved along with her active duty Air Force husband. She also worked a civilian veterinarian at Maxwell AFB (AL) and Kirtland AFB in (NM) caring for military family owned pets and military working dogs. Since moving to Utah in 2010, she has worked at Northern Utah Animal ER in Sunset (UT) where she became Medical Director until 2014.
Dr. Howard is a passionate and dedicated veterinarian with a special interest in veterinary dentistry, minimally invasive surgery, and emergency veterinary medicine.
Currently Dr. Howard is pursuing her veterinary dentistry certification at the prestigious ESAVS (European School of Advanced Veterinary Studies). This program has provided her with extensive knowledge in the area of dental health for animals, allowing her to address a wide range of dental issues and improve the overall well-being of her patients.
In addition to her focus on veterinary dentistry, Dr. Howard has gained proficiency in utilizing techniques and technologies to perform surgeries with minimal trauma, thereby reducing post-operative pain and promoting faster recovery for her patients.
Furthermore, Dr. Howard has developed a keen interest in emergency veterinary medicine. She possesses the skills and experience necessary to handle critical situations, providing immediate and life-saving care to animals in need.
By combining her passion for veterinary dentistry, minimally invasive surgery, and emergency veterinary medicine, Dr. Howard’s dedication to continuous learning and professional development allows her to provide the highest level of care to her patients, making a positive impact on the lives of animals and their owners.
Dr. Howard is obsessed with Belgian Mallinois and German Shepherd dogs. She also loves the HAM radio hobby , spend time at the Wasatch range mountains and oil painting. She lives in South Ogden with her husband Tim Howard, who is a retired US Air Force Officer, their two daughters Cynthia and Victoria, and several furry family members… two parrots, 6 cats, 4 dogs, 2 snakes and a flock of chickens.
Care for the people she serves and their Pets is her highest priority.
Dr. McClellan graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. He is originally from Brigham City, Utah and completed his undergraduate education at Utah State University; along with his first 2 years of veterinary school prior to finishing at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. After graduation, Dr. McClellan completed a Small Animal rotating internship at a private practice in Tucson, Arizona. The following 3 years, he completed Small Animal surgical internships at private practices in Colorado and Michigan. Dr. McClellan has a strong interest in continuing and utilizing his surgical training to help his current and future small animal patients.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. McClellan enjoys outdoor activities with his fiancé and their 3 dogs; Beyla, Letty and Jake. Together, they like to hike, fish, enjoy movies piled up on the couch or bed, and playing fetch. Dr. McClellan also loves to snowboard and sample local breweries near home or on road trips.
Dr. Hollingsworth is a 2019 Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine graduate. She was part of their regional program (Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah) and spent her first two years of veterinary school at Utah State University School of Veterinary Medicine.
Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Hollingsworth worked as a shelter medical technician which further fueled her passion for animal welfare. After graduation, she originally returned to her home state of Arizona but has since practiced in Colorado, Michigan and now Utah as she has traveled alongside her fiancé. She has spent most of her career working in shelter and small animal medicine.
Dr. Hollingsworth enjoys the variety of cases veterinary medicine has to offer but especially urgent care, surgery, and internal medicine. She is also passionate about community outreach, client education, and shelter medicine. Outside of the clinic she enjoys hiking with her dogs, fly fishing, snowboarding, and fostering pets in need. She is returning to Utah with her fiancé, Dr. McClellan, and their dogs Letty, Beyla, and Jake.
Practice Manager/Lead Technician
Brit has over 10 years experience in Veterinary Medicine–ranging from General Practice, Emergency Medicine, Shelter Medicine and Ophthalmology. She thrives in a high paced environment and loves getting to work with animals and their people everyday.
Her home is a constant refuge for displaced animals– ranging from reptiles, dogs, cats and once a sheep affectionately named Yaya. She has 34 animals currently residing in her menagerie- 5 dogs, 4 cats, 2 bunnies, 3 birds, 5 tortoises, 1 snake, and 14 chickens. She not only shares her home with tons of critters but is blessed to also share it with her husband Lance, son Grayson and her two step-kiddos Jace and Emerlee.
When Brit is not at work she can be found covered in dirt on her farm, watching Bluey with her kids, or with her nose buried in a book.
Surgical Veterinary Technicians
Elise is a Certified Veterinary Technician who went to school at Broadview College and completed their veterinary technology program. She has had many animals in her lifetime and currently has two dogs, one of which was adopted from Wasatch Hollow Animal Hospital, two rabbits and a horse. When she has free time she enjoys reading, hiking and exercising her various animals.
Elaine graduated from the veterinary technician program at Pima Medical Institute in Arizona in 2015 and worked as a certified veterinary technician before moving to Utah in 2021. She started at Wasatch Hollow in August 2022 and has loved it so far.
In her spare time she loves going on utv rides, camping and spending time with her family. She shares her home with her husband, 2yr old son, 4 cats (Willow, Aspen, Puma, & Woodhouse) and miniature schnauzer Butters.
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We Are an AAHA-Accredited Family Veterinarian
The team at Wasatch Hollow Animal Hospital is proud to announce that we received AAHA Accreditation in March of 2019! We’ve always believed in providing high-quality service to our patients, and as part of our commitment, we now hold ourselves to the standards set by the American Animal Hospital Association.