Animal Clinic of Billings Animal Surgery Clinic
Animal Clinic of Billings

The Animal Clinic of Billings is a small animal veterinary hospital centrally located just north of Grand Avenue at 1414 10th Street West. The Animal Clinic has been caring for companion animals since its founding in 1981 by Ken Brown, DVM.

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Our patients consist primarily of dogs and cats and we welcome rabbits, ferrets, and other pocket pets. In addition to routine veterinary procedures we offer many specialized surgical procedures including orthopedics, advanced dental care, and cosmetic surgery.

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We are open seven days a week (Monday-Sunday) to serve you and your pet. Even after taking precautions, accidents and illnesses can still happen. At the Animal Clinic of Billings, emergency and critical care services are available 24/7 throughout the holiday season and year-round to help you and your pets though any situation that may occur.

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 all of our services, learn more about our veterinarians and support staff, save waiting room time by filling out forms in the comfort of your own home, and view our in-depth library for information on diseases, infections, procedures, veterinary recommendations, home pet care, behavior issues and much more.


Call and speak with one of our receptionists to schedule an appointment for your four-legged friend today and receive a 20% discount on any canine rehabilitation treatment.

Office: 406-252-9499

Fax: 406-252-0796

OUR VETERINARY SERVICES

For your convenience, we’ve categorized our services into the following pages:

MAJOR ORTHOPEDIC PROCEDURES

If your dog or cat has a broken leg, a broken back or some other severely broken bone or fracture, our orthopedic surgeons at the Animal Clinic of Billings and Animal Surgery Clinic are here to help! Many of the surgical procedures performed by Dr. Brown and Dr. Sherburne at the Animal Clinic of Billings and Animal Surgery Clinic on any given day can be among the most advanced and cutting-edge veterinary surgical procedures. Certification to perform many of these operations requires years of specialized training after veterinary school and specialized equipment.

Veterinarians Dr. Sherburne and Dr. Brown perform advanced orthopedic procedures and spine surgery at The Animal Clinic of Billings and Animal Surgery Clinic in Billings Montana.

Doctors Brown and Sherburne have more than 65 years combined veterinary practice experience and have successfully managed thousands of complex orthopedic injuries.

Drs. Brown and Sherburne provide arthroscopic joint surgery, advanced ACL and CrCL injury procedures in Billings, including TPLO and TTA, partial and complete joint fusions, elbow dysplasia surgeries including PAUL, and CUE, total hip replacements, advanced limb straightening procedures in addition to many other advanced forms of spine surgery, knee surgery, shoulder surgery, pelvic fracture surgery, bone grafting, and torn or ruptured ligament repair procedures on dogs and cats at the Animal Clinic of Billings and Animal Surgery Clinic in Billings Montana.

ADVANCED VETERINARY ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY PROCEDURES WE OFFER Dogs and Cats

Learn more about our orthopedic surgery procedures and services on our ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY PAGE HERE.


Forelimb Surgery


Hind Limb and Pelvic Surgery


Spine and Neck Surgery


Growth deformities and crooked limbs


Regenerative Therapy


Other Orthopedic Procedures Include:


Additionally, listed below are many of the veterinary and medical vet services we offer dogs and cats at The Animal Clinic of Billings and Animal Surgery Clinic:

COMMON SOFT TISSUE AND MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURES WE OFFER:

Many dogs and cats will have to undergo surgery at some point in their lives. As a pet owner, you want your companion to receive the best possible surgical care in a state-of-the-art, safe and comfortable environment. 

At the Animal Surgery clinic of Billings, we pride ourselves on making every procedure as safe as possible, using our state of the art monitoring equipment and the combined years of experience of our doctors and technicians.

The Animal Surgery Clinic of Billings is equipped with a state-of-the art surgical suite where our veterinarians perform all common procedures and many advanced orthopedic procedures, including but not limited to:

Soft Tissue Surgeries


Oral Surgeries


Abdominal Surgeries

  • Abdominal Exploratory Laparotomy
  • Adrenal Gland Tumor Removal
  • Bladder Stone Removal (Cystic Calculi)
  • Bloat Surgery / Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV)
  • Cystotomy (bladder surgery) – for removal of bladder stones or polyps
  • Emergency Abdominal Surgery
  • Enterotomy (intestinal surgery) – for biopsies and removal of foreign objects
  • Foreign Body Retrieval
  • Gastrointestinal Surgery
  • Gastropexy (to prevent bloat)
  • Gastrotomy (stomach surgery) – for biopsies and removal of foreign objects
  • Intestinal Mass Removal
  • Intestinal Resection/anastomosis – when removal of part of the intestinal tract is needed due to tumor or foreign object obstruction
  • Liver Biopsy – for diagnosis of liver disease
  • Liver lobectomy – for removal of liver tumors
  • Liver Mass Removal
  • Nephrectomy (Kidney Removal)
  • Pancreatic Mass Removal and Biopsy
  • Pyometra
  • Spleenic (spleen) Mass Removal
  • Subtotal Colectomy (Megacolon in Cats)

Oncologic Surgeries

  • Anal Gland Tumors
  • Limb Amputations
  • Lymphosarcoma in Dogs
  • Tumor Biopsy / Removal
  • Mast Cell Tumor
  • Mammary Tumors
  • Nephrectomy (Kidney Tumor)
  • Lung Lobectomy / Lung lobe removal surgery

Emergency Surgeries

  • Abscess Treatment and Surgery
  • Corneal Ulcer in Dogs and Cats
  • GIT Intestinal Resection and Anastomosis
  • Bite Wound Treatment
  • Bloat Surgery / Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV)
  • C-Section and Dystocia in Dogs
  • C-Section and Dystocia in Cats
  • Bladder Stone Removal (Cystic Calculi)
  • Exploratory Abdominal Surgeries
  • Eye Enucleation
  • Feeding tube placement and management
  • Gastrointestinal foreign body removal
  • Laceration repair
  • Limb amputations
  • Pyometra (Pus in Uterus)
  • Rectal Polyp in Dogs and Cats
  • Rectal Prolapse in Dogs and Cats
  • Splenectomy
  • Vaginal Prolapse and Vaginitis in Dogs

Ear Surgeries


Eye (Ophthamological) Surgeries

  • Cherry Eye
  • Eye Enucleation – removal of the eye, in cases of trauma or painful/blind eye, as in end-stage glaucoma. Pets actually adapt quite quickly to enucleation surgery.
  • Eyelid surgery – correction of entropion (inverted lids) and lid tumors
  • Entropion and Ectopion Eye Surgery
  • Prolapsed gland of the third eyelid (“cherry eye”) repair

Corrective and Cosmetic Surgeries

  • Cat declawing
  • Dog dewclaws removal
  • Ear cropping
  • Entropion and Ectopion Eye Surgery
  • Tail Docking and Amputation
  • Stenotic Nares in Dogs (narrow nostrils)

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ANIMAL CLINIC OF BILLINGS AND ANIMAL SURGERY CLINIC

providing our region’s companion animals and their families what they need and deserve since 1981

1414 10th St. West, Billings MT 59102

406-252-9499