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We are a multi-doctor hospital, with a highly-skilled support team of certified veterinary technicians, assistants and receptionists. In addition to providing 360-degree patient care at Livingston Veterinary Hospital, we collaborate closely with regional specialists - veterinary internal medicine, radiology and ultrasound, and orthopedic surgery - as well as consult with experts throughout the country via phone, internet and tele-medicine. We are a caring, answer-oriented, compassionate group of individuals who work together (with you!) to give your pets the best lives possible.
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Jeff Dickerson, DVM
Dr. Dickerson says, “The challenge of veterinary medicine – should it be for an individual animal or a large herd having problems – continues to drive my interest in pursuing the best solutions available...
Ava Redig, DVM, MBA, CVSMT
Ava grew up around Livingston, Belgrade, and Bozeman, riding horses, rodeoing, and nurturing her passion for animals and their people. She was about eight years old when she realized that the latter translated to becoming a veterinarian – and that’s when she started pursuing her career. ...
|Laurel Rhodes, DVM
Dr. Laurel Rhodes was born in Brisbane, Australia; grew up in Normal, IL and attended school in the States as well as spending part of the school years in England, Germany, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Okinawa. She has worked in Hawaii as a small animal Veterinarian in private practice, the Honolulu Humane Society, and then 12 years as a civilian Veterinarian at the Veterinary Clinic on the Marine Corp Base on Kaneohe Bay. She moved to Montana to be closer to her daughter, who is attending college on the mainland, and other family residing in the Midwest...
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|Robin Phillips - Office Manager
Going from a long, successful career in fashion retail, to dedicated ranch wife and mom, to friendly LVH Office Manager might seem like an unusual path – unless you’re the adventurous and multi-talented Robin Phillips. Born in Wyoming and raised in Nebraska, Robin made her way to Montana when she was transferred to Butte for a job. Then, 12 years ago, she and her husband Rich ...
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|Viann DeMarce, Certified Veterinary Technician
Vi moved to Livingston from Minnesota in April of 2009 to be close to friends who had moved here 10 years earlier. She graduated from technician school at the University of Minnesota-Waseca and has been working in the veterinary field as a technician for 25 years. She also has a degree in biology from St. Cloud State University. It is her love for animals—which shows every day she works—that initially got her interested in animal nursing. When she moved to Livingston she brought with her a pack of Labrador Retreivers...
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|Chelsea Wilkinson, Veterinary Assistant
Chelsea grew up in Tarpon Springs, Florida. She moved to Montana to work as a wrangler in Yellowstone Park, WY, where she worked for three years. To further her work with animals, she joined the LVH team in the fall of 2014 as a veterinary assistant and is currently gaining her veterinary technician’s certification through the online course from San Juan College Vet Tech. Chelsea has always had an interest in learning about how to care for and help animals medically...
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Jeanine doesn't shy away from adventure, which helps explain why, after living in Illinois her entire life, she packed up and headed west in 2011. She spent a summer working in Yellowstone, moved on to a resort in Paradise Valley – where she met her husband John – then landed in Livingston. Fortunately for LVH, she lives only three blocks away, drove by the business often and, as an animal lover, thought it would be interesting to work here...
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Carrie grew up in Livingston and graduated from Park High. After graduating, she attended Billings Community College. After 2 years, she decided to take time off from school and begin a new experience involving animal nutrition. Recently she was an activity guide for a local western hospitality resort...
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