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  • Rabies
  • Distemper/Parvovirus
  • Leptospirosis
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  • Bordetella
  • Feline Leukemia
  • Herpes/Calicivirus
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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, the team at Creekside are firm believers that preventing diseases is far easier than treating them.

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.

Health Topic

Canine Influenza Hits Montana

Creekside has been striving to protect the lives of animals and pets from sickness of all kinds. With that in mind, we would like share with you everything you need to know about canine influenza (dog flu) that has been spreading in Montana.

Key points we would like to share with you:

  • Canine influenza is a contagious respiratory disease in dogs caused by specific Type A influenza viruses known to infect dogs.
  • Dogs become infected through contact with other dogs, such as at dog parks, grooming facilities, dog shows, hiking trails, and pet stores.
  • There is no evidence of canine influenza transmission to humans.
  • Signs of this illness in dogs are cough, runny nose, and fever, but not all dogs will show signs of illness.
  • The percentage of dogs infected with this disease that die is very small, however many dogs can develop serious complications such as pneumonia.
  • This is a new virus so none of our patients have been protected or vaccinated for this disease before.
  • There is an approved vaccine to protect dogs against canine influenza and the best method of prevention is to vaccinate your dog right away.

Please feel free to contact us anytime to make sure your pets are healthier and happier!

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