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What Drives Us


We are dedicated to caring for Cache Valley’s pets, Heritage is proud to set the standard for pet care. The needs of your beloved furry family members are of the utmost importance to us and we take their care and play very seriously. You want your pet to be at their most comfortable and our first priority is to ensure they have the quality care they deserve every time they visit.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide quality medical care for the animals of Cache Valley and to do so in a prompt, compassionate, and personalized manner, all in a friendly environment.




Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr Chris Kolste, a Washington State graduate, grew up in Montana.  Being raised on a farm he developed a love of the outdoors and a passion to care for animals. After graduating he moved to Logan UT to work in a mixed animal practice. This is where he met his sweetheart Janet and built his ties with both Dr Millers. 


Dr “K”’s focus was on large animals earlier in his career. He loved to work on cows and horses.  He became proficient at both equine dentistry and bovine embryo transfer.  Dr Kolste left his large animal roots behind in 2017 and is now passionately caring for small animals. He loves doing orthopedic surgeries, sports medicine and rehabilitation.


Dr Kolste and his wife Janet are parents of 4 children and just recently became proud grandparents which is their greatest adventure to date!  They have quite a menagerie of pets including a donkey, a horse, chickens, 3 dogs and 2 cats! Oh my that’s a lot!  “Side by side rides are the best, especially in the fall.”  They also enjoy spending time at HAH associating with the wonderful clients and caring for their pets!



Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Miller graduated from Colorado State in 2014. He loves working with pets of all shapes and sizes. He has a particular interest in canine reproduction and surgery.

Dr. Miller lives in North Logan with his better half, Britanie, their 

 four children and Ritz (the prettiest Labrador you've ever seen).



Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Wiedmeier graduated from Washington State University in 2021. He is a double vet-- a Veterinarian and a Veteran-- he served 10 years in the United States Army. He enjoys all animals and has a special interest in unique medicine cases and ultrasonography. He hopes to perform echocardiograms in the future.

Dr. Wiedmeier loves spending time with his wife and four little ones. He feels blessed to be back in Cache Valley and a part of HAH. 


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Bob Miller has lived and worked in Cache Valley for over 40 years. Within months of graduating veterinary school from Washington State University he founded Animal Medical Clinic in Preston. Later he added Sandy Animal Hospital and Cache Meadow Veterinary Clinic. Following a "soft" retirement 9 years ago he joined the Heritage team as a consulting veterinarian. His expertise and guidance are the reason Heritage is housed in such a beautiful building. While Dr. Bob practiced both large and small animal medicine in the early years of his career he now focuses on small animal preventative care and surgery. Outside of work he loves spending time with his wife Pat and his cat Toby. 


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Crandall graduated from Washington State University/Utah State University in 2023. She grew up on a cattle ranch and working in her grandparents vet clinic. She is passionate about animal reproduction, sports medicine, and loves to see all species of animals. Dr. Crandall lives with her wonderful husband, two beautiful daughters, Australian Shepherds, and horses. In their free time they love to work on the ranch, camp, and snowmobile. Dr. Crandall is excited to be back in the valley working with HAH’s wonderful patients and clients!


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