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We're pleased to offer the following services at A Home Veterinarian:

Service Area

Our normal service area is within 10 miles of Billings Montana.  If you live outside this area, there may be an additional fee for services.


My hours are convenient and can work around your busy schedule. I'm available most evenings and some weekend appointments that can easily work around your schedule. Please call 406-839-5763 and I will work with you to schedule a visit. Same day appointments are usually available.

kitty1.pngServices Offered

For Cats

  • Wellness Exams
  • Routine Vaccinations
  • Microchip Insertion
  • Parasite Testing / Deworming
  • Affordable in-clinic Spay/Neuter and Declaw Surgeries

For Dogs

  • Wellness Exams
  • Routine Vaccinations
  • Microchip Implantation
  • Parasite Testing / Deworming
  • Affordable in-clinic Spay/Neuter Surgeries
  • Affordable in-clinic Surgical Procedures

For Horses

  • Wellness Exam (Blood Screen, Parasite check, Physical exam )
  • Routine Vaccinations
  • West Nile Vaccination
  • Rabies Vaccination
  • Oral Deworming
  • Coggins Test

Other Services Include:

  • US Health Certificates

End-of-Life Care

  • At-Home Hospice & Euthanasia

Final Choices

"Of all the calls Dr. Patty makes, the ones involving dying pets are the hardest. Yet, she maintains that those involving end of life care are often the most appreciated by clients.

There is a reverence in Dr. Patty's voice as she speaks of these difficult times. '"Making end of life choices is very hard . As the doctor and the owner, we have come to the realization that the pet's illness or condition is not going to go away and the animal is not going to recover. It's a gift we can give to our animal that we can't give each other."

When a family can say good-bye to a beloved animal in the privacy of their home, it is "just better," believes Dr. Patty even though for her, the experience is emotionally taxing. "It's about not being afraid of the end of life," she says."

Excerpt from Yellowstone Valley Women's Magazine, click here to read more.