- We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
- Small & Large Animal Medicine/General surgery
- Small Animal & Equine Dentistry
- In-house Blood Chemistries, X-Ray, Ultrasound
- Large Animal Reproductive Ultrasound
- Cattle Consulting and Herd Health
- Emergency Services, Farm/House Calls
- Purina Pro Plan & Veterinary Diets
- Home Again Microchipping
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Melissa joined Northern Veterinary Clinic in the fall of 2010. She brings with her an extensive background of animal knowledge and experience. Her prior education and experiences include a B.S in Animal Science-Livestock Management from Montana State University, helping customers as a team leader in animal health supply stores, as well as hands-on experience on large working horse and cattle ranches. She lives in Cut Bank with her daughter, spending her spare time working on the family ranch. She has a collection of animals including dogs, cats, horses, chickens, and cattle.
Melissa enjoys helping on her family’s farm and ranch, riding horses, fishing and being outside.
Alyx joined Northern Veterinary Clinic during the summer of 2017. She has worked as a nursing assistant for 9 years and has hopes to obtain a master’s degree in the future. Alyx is currently attending nursing school at Blackfeet Community College. Past education includes an associate’s degree in psychology. Alyx lives in Cut Bank with her two daughters Eden and Amelia. In her free time she enjoys going to the lake, art museums, family time, and making irreplaceable memories with her girls.
Lauren started with the Northern Vet team in November 2015. She comes from a veterinary family in Michigan, having several DVM family members. Lauren brings over 3 years of practical experience to the qualified group, working in a mixed practice setting. She has a science degree from Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming.
Lauren lives in Cut Bank with her husband Jason, a BNSF bridge inspector, their 3 children, 4 chickens, and a crazy dog named Chip!
In her free time Lauren can be found with her family enjoying raft trips near Glacier National Park, camping, or snowboarding in the winter. She loves the outdoors!
Laura joined Northern Veterinary Clinic in July 2017. She loves animals of all shapes and sizes, but she has a passion for canine. Her dream is to become a dog behaviorist, as she has a special place in her heart for reactive dogs, always wanting to give them a second chance. Laura lives in Cut Bank with her parents, 4 sisters, 3 brothers, 4 dogs, 2 cats, 3 goldfish, and a crazy turtle. In her free time she enjoys sewing, working her dogs in scent work and rehabilitating her rescue dog.