April Closure Dates…

The clinic will be closed April 5th-10th. Someone will be in the office to return calls, refill prescriptions, and perform other small procedures. Please call for hours as they are subject to change. Sorry for the inconvenience.

March Closure Dates

Dr. Wood will be out of the office March 6th-10th. Someone will be in the office Monday-Friday to return phone calls, refill prescriptions,and perform other small procedures. We will reopen Monday, March 13th at 8:30 a.m. Have a safe and enjoyable week!

Spay and neuter your pets!

Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast cancer. Spaying your pet before her first heat cycle decreases her risk of cancer by 80%. Neutering your male pets prevents testicular cancer and most prostate problems. Here at Five Valleys Vet Clinic, we spay and neuter cats and dogs as early as 8 weeks of age, or at 2 pounds. Several cats and dogs are euthanized …

Sue Morrow

Sue is married with three fur babies; Koda- a black lab, Squirt- a torti, and Mike- a domestic shorthair. After 27 years at UC Davis Medical Center, Sue retired and moved up to Missoula with her family. She loves 4-wheeling in her Jeep, camping, and hiking.

Welcome to Five Valleys Vet Missoula

When you choose to bring a pet into your home and life, you are choosing to embark on one of the greatest adventures you could ever hope for. Your pet can provide you with wonderful joy, companionship and unconditional love, and over time you and your pet will establish a close, loving relationship that will enhance both your lives. Your …

Food drive for Animeals

Help us feed needy animals in and around the greater Missoula area. Drop off any unwanted or donated pet food and all proceeds will go to Animeals to help them feed and shelter thousands of needy animals through their shelter and their distribution center. Make a donation in our office at 2510 Spurgin Suite C and we will credit your …

Vaccination CLinic June 2016 pic 2

Vaccinations

Vaccinations are essential in order to protect your pet from contagious and dangerous diseases, even if your pet is kept mostly or exclusively indoors–as many contagious and dangerous diseases are airborne and can easily pass through open doors and windows. It’s also important to consider the fact that indoor pets may occasionally slip out the door, even if only for …

Kirsten Nelson, Office Manager

Kirsten is a Bozeman native, but after graduating in 2013 from the University of MT with a BA in Cultural Anthropology, she decided to stay in Missoula. Beyond her love for people is her love for animals of all shapes and sizes. She enjoys hiking and backpacking with her loyal adventure partner, Raja (pictured with her).