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You want to your animal to get state of the art medical care from people who love animals too and treat them like their own? We can help you keep your pets happy and healthy.Learn More
Black Dog Veterinary Services is proud to serve the Gallatin valley's dogs, cats, and horses. We offer high quality, compassionate care at a reasonable price. We offer both traditional medicine and alternative therapies, such as acupuncture, medical massage, essential oil consultations and laser therapy, as we find a well-rounded, holistic approach to medicine to best serve your pets needs and strive to provide individualized care to your pet.
Black Dog Veterinary Services is proud to be accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, meaning we are part of the top 15% of hospitals in the United States and Canada that are held to a higher standard, and that your pet is receiving care at a hospital that has passed the highest standards in veterinary care.
Why Call Us?What means more to you than your family?
Not much right? We think so too.
Everyone here at Black Dog Veterinary Services knows how hard it can be when your loved ones need some medical attention.
You want to your animal to get state of the art medical care from people who love animals too and treat them like their own.
Come join our family and live life to the fullest!
We are also dedicated to keeping your pets healthy by offering the very best preventive medicine. Anyone on our staff is able to discuss any concerns about your pets you may have, including their diet, behavior, or anything else.
Dental care is an extremely important area of your pet’s health. Dental disease means more than just bad breath – it can also mean kidney and heart disease. We are available to demonstrate proper brushing technique and provide dental exams at any time. We can perform a dental prophylaxis procedure to promote your pet’s dental health and can also perform more complicated procedures as necessary, such as tooth extractions and bonding enamel. Our dental prophylaxis includes a thorough oral exam, tooth cleaning and polishing, and full mouth dental radiographs. When needed, oral surgery will be performed to remove painful and infected teeth. Pets with routine dental care typically live longer, healthier lives.For equine dental care, we are available to float teeth at your home. A full oral assessment is provided to identify any other issues that may affect your horse's performance.
Imaging (x-rays) are utilized to assess injuries. We have digital radiography and ultrasound available at our practice to diagnose, and therefore treat, many types of injuries and illnesses. We also have a full in-house lab to run routine bloodwork. Having this capability in-house allows faster diagnosis and treatment, allowing your pet to return to normal as quickly as possible.
We are very proud to be able to offer chiropractic treatments, including spinal manipulation, for your pets so that they can have a happy and healthy life.
We also realize that it can be stressful to have your pet undergo surgery. We want to assure you that your pet is in good hands, and that we will do everything to provide the best care possible.
Meet the Team
Amy grew up in Iowa, where she attended Iowa State University for both her undergraduate and veterinary degrees. As a youngster, she was busy on the family farm, raising horses, cattle and all kinds of small animals.
Dr. Laurie Ann Lyon grew up in North Carolina. She attended North Carolina State University where she received an undergraduate degree in Animal
Kari grew up in Bozeman, Montana. She had an outdoor family where being active wasn’t a choice it was a life style. She grew up hiking, camping, canoeing, nordic and alpine skiing.
Kim is originally from the Chicago suburbs. In 2006 she moved her husband and family to beautiful Montana. She does not miss Chicago's traffic or humidity.
Julie was born and raised in Bozeman and feels truly lucky to call this place "home sweet home". After graduating from MSU as a Registered Nurse, she decided to trade bed pans for litter pans about 15 years ago and hasn't looked back!
Lisa was born in Northern California on a large family ranch. She was the 9th generation to be raised on the ranch that grew pears, walnuts and Hereford cattle. Lisa moved to western Montana in 1980 at age 13 and has been here ever since.
Trey was born and raised in Houston, Texas and moved to Bozeman in 2017 to attend Montana State University’s Pre-Vet program. He does not miss the city life and has no plans of leaving the mountains anytime soon. Trey plans on using his degree to go to vet school and acquire his DVM. In his spare time he mostly does homework but when that is all finished he hightails it to the mountains where you can find him hiking and rock climbing.
Helen was born and raised in northern California, and moved to Montana in 2001. She has a wonderful husband, two boys, two mini aussies and a cat. She has been a veterinary receptionist the last six years. She loves working with animals and people.
Julia was raised in Oregon and graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Animal Science in 2018. She moved to Montana in January 2019 with her husband.
Brianna grew up on a dairy farm in a small town in southern Idaho, then finished her high school years in Boise, Idaho. She then followed her beautiful mother to Bozeman in August of 2016. She is currently enrolled and working on her Veterinary Technician Certification through Penn Foster College. Combined, her mother and her have 6 dogs, 3 cats, a hedgehog, a rat, and a bearded dragon, and boy do they love them ALL! On her spare time she loves going to the dog park, getting things ready for her baby girl on the way, lunch with her handsome husband, or just snuggling down with her pets!
"This Clinic is by far the BEST vet I have ever taken my dogs to! My dogs actually love to go see him. He cares about your animals as much as you, do but also cares about you and your family as well." -Jessica D.