Reasons to Choose Creekside for your pet health care:

Our Vets are highly experienced and trained in:

  • Preventative Health Care
  • Oncology (cancer treatment)
  • Internal Medicine
  • Chronic Diseases
  • Ophthalmology
  • Surgery
  • Dentistry
  • Advanced Radiology (Ultrasound and Endoscopy)
  • Emergency Care

Our Facility offers only the best:

  • State of the Art Monitoring Equipment
  • The Safest Anesthesia
  • FDA approved drugs/medications
  • Flexible and Rigid Endoscopy
  • Ultrasound
  • Dental X-ray
  • Digital X-ray
  • Licensed Veterinary Nurses
Creekside Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian In Bozeman, MT

General Medicine

Maintain your pet’s health and avoid the distress and expense of treating a preventable condition by practicing "Preventative Healthcare." We provide annual wellness exams, vaccinations, deworming, routine bloodwork and nutritional evaluations to ensure your pets overall health.

Creekside Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian In Bozeman, MT

Alternative Medicine

We believe that you should have options when it comes to your pet’s overall health and treatment. That’s why we offer pet owners who prefer a more natural route to wellness Traditional Eastern medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine, and laser therapy.

Creekside Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian In Bozeman, MT

Surgery

We offer surgical services from a team of vets and pet healthcare experts you can rely on. Our surgical offerings include minor and major soft tissue surgery, orthopedic surgery, and oncology (cancer) surgery.

Creekside Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian In Bozeman, MT

Dentistry

Good oral hygiene is just as important for animals as it is for humans. By being proactive about your animals oral health, you can help protect your pet from the most common and most preventable disease in animals, periodontal disease.

Creekside Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian In Bozeman, MT

Preventative Medicine

From choosing the right diet to deciding which vaccines are right for you and your pet, we are firm believers that preventing diseases is far easier than treating them. With the focus on you and your pet, client engagement and communication about what you can do to help prevent medical emergencies

Creekside Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian In Bozeman, MT

Advanced Diagnostics

When you need specialized care we can provide it for you. Our facilities support a digital radiograph (X-ray) machine, digital ultrasound imaging, and endoscopy which allows us to conduct more thorough and advanced diagnostic procedures.

Keeping your pet safe at Halloween

You've probably heard the sad realities of dogs and chocolate. Although curious pups frequently indulge in these peckish treats, chocolate consumption in dogs can have serious consequences. So what can you do to help prevent Halloween emergency visits with your pets? Here are 7 tips that can help avoid these challenges.

  1. Do not feed your pet candy - especially if it includes xyletol (a substitute for sugar in many sugar-free candies) or chocolate. These fundamental ingredients in many candies are toxic to dogs and cats. If your pet gets into your candy stash, bring them into the emergency room immediately for exam and necessary monitoring. Remember - after your pet eats something it shouldn't, the window of symptom reversal is within the first hour.
  2. Make sure your dog is micro chipped, collared, tagged and has his rabies identifier on in case he/she escapes the front door when you're greeting trick-or-treaters.
  3. Make sure jewelry, glow sticks and other Halloween accouterments stay out of reach from your pet to avoid consumption, and necessary extraction through endoscopy. You wouldn't believe some of the things we've retrieved from these animals!

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