The Animal Clinic of Billings is a small animal veterinary hospital centrally located just north of Grand Avenue at 1414 & 1420 10th Street West. The Animal Clinic has been caring for companion animals since its founding in 1981 by Ken Brown, DVM.
We are open six days a week to serve you and your pet. Our patients consist primarily of dogs and cats and we welcome rabbits, ferrets, and pocket pets. In addition to routine veterinary procedures we offer many specialized surgical procedures including orthopedics, advanced dental care, and cosmetic surgery.
Thank you for browsing our website. Here you can learn about our practice, request a prescription refill online, and contact us 24 hours a day. You can find detailed information on surgical services, save waiting room time by filling out forms in the comfort of your own home, and view our in-depth library for information on pet health and behavior issues.
The vaccine is available now! The Animal Clinic of Billings is stocking up on the canine flu vaccine following a report that H3N2, a very rare and highly contagious strain of canine influenza, was identified in Helena, MT. We do have the vaccine available. The vaccine requires an initial injection and then a booster in 3 weeks. Health officials recommend that dogs are ¬†vaccinated to prevent the disease, particularly if they will be at a boarding facility or traveling.
Symptoms of H3N2 include coughing, gagging, sneezing, runny nose, phlegm, lethargy, and a low grade fever. Cases can be mild with few symptoms or very serious and can result in pneumonia and fatality. If your dog is showing these flu symptoms, please call the Animal Clinic of Billings prior to bringing your pet in, (406) 252-9499.