Welcome to Pinebrook Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Park City,UT 

 Where your pets are our family!

Pinebrook Animal Hospital opened in June 2012 and provides the highest quality small animal veterinary care with a friendly touch. We promise compassion and kindness coupled with extraordinary service. We always spend the time it takes to help your pet with even the most difficult health issues. Read Facebook and other online reviews of our veterinary clinic and see what the buzz is all about.  

What sets us apart from other animal hospitals in the area?  Pinebrook Animal Hospital is certified by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) which means we meet over 900 standards of care, something with which only 15% of animal hospitals nationwide voluntarily comply.  These rigorous standards mean your pet gets the best possible care, and we provide the best possible and most cutting edge medicine available.  

In addition to excellent veterinary care, Pinebrook is also Fear Free certified.  Everything we do from the moment you walk in the door with your furry friend to the time you check out is designed to keep anxiety to a minimum.  If your pet experiences stress with vet visits, we have many ways to minimize this stress for them, from low lighting, ambient settings and quiet exams, to distractions during shot-giving and Cheese Whiz during nail trims.  We focus on keeping the vet's office a happy place for your pal.  

We serve Pinebrook, Jeremy Ranch, Summit Park, and the rest of Park City. We are located in Quarry Village next to Billy Blancos .

Britt Dubil, D.V.M  | Deidra Marchi, D.V.M
Pinebrook Animal Hospital | (435) 571-0456

8178 Gorgoza Pines Road Suite 8C
Park City, UT 84098

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If you and your pet are experiencing an emergency or need assistance outside of our scheduled hours we recommend visiting these 24 hour care facilities:

Blue Pearl Veterinary Specialists

in Midvale, Utah 801.871.0600

Advanced Veterinary Care  in Millcreek, Utah  801.942.3951


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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Britt Dubil

    Dr. Britt Dubil has been in veterinary practice for over 20 years. She is a Utah native who received her DVM from Colorado State University in 1997 and completed her 14-month internship training at the Oradell Animal Hospital in Oradell, New Jersey. She has practiced at emergency hospitals and small animal clinics in New Jersey, Connecticut, California, and Sandy, Utah.

  • Deidra Marchi

    Dr. Marchi has worked in veterinary medicine for more than ten years.  She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015.  She is an avid believer in compassionate, comprehensive, preventative medical care for our companion animals.  She was born and raised in southern California.  She and her husband share their home with a pug, a Westie, two cats, a guinea pig and a blue tongue skink.  In her free time she enjoys gaming and traveling. 

  • Lesli
    veterinary technician

    Lesli has worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years and is passionate about animal care.  She is a Utah native and enjoys hiking, scuba diving and traveling.  She spends some of her time outside the hospital doing rescue work with the Great Dane Rescue and currently has three great danes, five cats and two horses.

  • Amelianne
    client services

    Amelia is a recent transplant to Utah from upstate New York where she worked as a veterinary receptionist for a number of years.  When not in the office, she enjoys time outdoors hiking, camping and fly fishing with her adorable dog Mingus, a wire haired Griffon. 


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Our Regular Schedule

Pinebrook Animal Hospital


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


first Saturday of the month 9 a.m-12 p.m.



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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We took both dogs in for their annual checkups and shots. We received a very friendly and welcoming greeting. Dr. Dubil is great and both dogs love her. She spends the right amount of time, checks them thoroughly and doesn't send us home until we know our pups are healthy and happy. We enjoy our visits and so do the dogs!"
    meri-lyns, Park City
  • "My poodle went right up to the vet and started giving her kisses. She’s usually pretty skittish, love how relaxed we feel there."
    melva and brianp, Park City
  • "I love the Dr.s and ladies that work at Pine brook animal hospital. They take care of my pet family with love and respect and the best of care."
    sarahm, Park City
  • "Dr. Dubil and her staff are personable, professional, and courteous. Our dogs don't fear going to the veterinarian! And when we have a sudden dog issue, we are always able to get in to see Dr. Dubil that same day. We love Pinebrook!"
    Patrick and Alex Hvolka
  • "From the reminder phone calls to the final checkout the experience was great. Both of my cats had their teeth cleaned under general anesthesia and I received the update phone call from the doctor as promised. I really appreciated that the call was actually from the vet herself, and even more impressed to receive a call the next day again from the doctor. Many clinics make follow-up calls, but it is often the staff who phones. To me, each time I receive a call from the vet who has worked on my pet it strengthens that bond of trust between us. The staff at Pinebrook are awesome, very professional and kind with smiles on their faces. THANK YOU ALL for your excellent care and compassion."
  • "Dr. Marchi was phenomenal! She gave a comprehensive exam for our Dachshund Lewis. We received expert advice on diet and preventative care we will be back!"
    Kevin Fry
  • "I always enjoy a trip to vet with my dog. Pinebrook provides a calm environment that I really appreciate. I have been to other vet clinics where there is lots going on in the waiting and front desk area that makes it stressful for my pets. At Pinebrook there is a warm "homey" feeling that is pretty close to home."
    Elisa Myer
  • "As always we were greeted the minute we walked through the door. It was very comforting to have Dr. Britt come out to the lobby answering all questions in her reassuring way :-) The pick up was quick, easy and extremely pleasant as if we were family. I appreciated the help getting Cooper into the car!! The post-op packet is Perfect!!! Can't think of a thing that could improve the experience. Your above and beyond service is much appreciated.........Thank You"
    Pam and Cooper Grant