Indian Hammer Veterinary Service is a large and small animal practice that has been serving the area for over 40 years. They currently have 2 veterinarians, Dr. Cale Bjornstad and Dr. Trace Nydam. Starting June 5th, there will be a third veterinarian, Dr. Amanda Spencer, who is graduating out of Wisconsin.
Dr. Cale Bjornstad became a partner at Indian Hammer Veterinary Service in 2004. Dr. Trace Nydam joined the partnership in 2005. Both of which graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Nydam has a special interest in laparoscopic surgical procedures. Due to his extensive training the clinic can provide clients with the option of minimally invasive surgery. They also have an enclosed cattle facility that is perfect and convenient for working small groups, and an equine surgery suite that is available if needed.
Indian Hammer Veterinary Service has a well-trained staff including Melanie Richert, the office manager who has worked at the clinic for 20 years. The staff also includes technicians Stephanie Warehime, and Janessa Freeman, assistants Keely Young, Heather Gast, and Hannah Rhodes and receptionists Mariah Schott and Shawna Giachello. This staff is amazing. Everyone at the clinic is friendly, hard-working, and skillful at providing excellent care and customer service.
If you have animals in need of care, visit Indian Hammer Veterinary Service located just north of Great Falls, Montana. If you have any questions please call 406-965-3232 or visit their website www.indianhammervet.com and don’t forget to tell them you found them in The Augusta Breeze.