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HIGHLANDS VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Full Service Animal Hospital Serving Butte, Whitehall, Deer Lodge, Anaconda, Helena, Phillipsburg, Dillon MT 
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VETERINARY SURGERY Highlands Veterinary Hospital offers a wide range of surgeries from routine operations such as spays, neuters and mass removals to more challenging procedures.  A few of the surgical procedures offered include: repair of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears (both TPLO and lateral stabilization techniques), patellar luxation and fracture repairs, and soft palate resections.  Every pet under anesthesia has vitals monitored (heart rate, respiratory rate, ECG and blood pressure) every five minutes by an assistant throughout all surgical procedures. In addition, surgical patients receive intravenous fluids and are kept warm wrapped in a “hot dog” blanket.  Although lack of complications cannot be guaranteed, every precaution is taken to minimize any risk of anesthesia.
SKIN & DERMATOLOGY PROBLEMS Skin disease can lead to pruritis (itching), hair loss, and secondary skin infections – both bacterial and fungal. If your pet has dermatology trouble, we'll do our best to determine the cause of your pet's skin problem and form a plan of action to make your pet more comfortable by curing or managing the dermatitis.If you pet is constantly scratching, or licking, we'll help you determine the cause of your pet's skin problem and help you with a treatment plan to make your pet more comfortable.
OSTEOARTHRITIS IN PETS Highlands Veterinary Hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options for osteoarthritis (OA - arthritis) and degenerative problems your pet may be experiencing.  There is no single cause of OA but body type/size, weight, abnormal joint development, activity, injury, surgeries and nutrition can all be factors.  Most dogs experience a combination of these factors as OA develops and progresses.  We know that OA is NOT just caused by “getting old”. OA is diagnosed with radiographs.  We are fortunate to have a digital radiography unit that allows us to take high-quality images while reducing your pet’s exposure to radiation.  We are also fortunate to have many specialists that we may consult with in complicated cases.  We are also able to perform both PennHIP and OFA certification radiographs to assess orthopedic problems earlier in life. There is no cure for OA but there are many ways to manage the disease to increase your dog’s comfort and quality of life.  Our doctors will inform you of the many treatment options available to help restore your pet's mobility.
SPAY & NEUTER SERVICES Your pet is a companion, a friend, and in a real sense a member of your family. In order to reduce the number of animals ending up in shelters or being euthanized, we encourage you to discuss spaying or neutering your pet with your veterinarian. Together we can work as a team to help reduce the number of unwanted and abandoned animals. Both male and female dogs and cats are mature enough to reproduce between the ages of six to nine months.
840 South Montana Street  Butte, Montana 59701 Telephone 406-299-3700
CHEMOTHERAPY Cancer is scary – for the one who is diagnosed with it, the ones who love the person fighting, and those who are medically trained to battle it. It is no different when a pet is diagnosed with cancer. At Highlands Veterinary Hospital, providing treatment for cancer patients is a specialty we feel strongly about. We understand that beyond chemotherapy and medications, there are many other factors that can affect the outcome of a patient fighting cancer. For that reason, we provide resources on food, diets, supplements, and other holistic approaches. And we are always here to offer support to owners with questions, concerns, and fears.
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HIGHLANDS VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Full Service Animal Hospital Serving Butte, Whitehall, Deer Lodge, Anaconda, Helena, Phillipsburg, Dillon MT 
ANIMAL HOSPITAL SERVICES
SPAY & NEUTER SERVICES Your pet is a companion, a friend, and in a real sense a member of your family. In order to reduce the number of animals ending up in shelters or being euthanized, we encourage you to discuss spaying or neutering your pet with your veterinarian. Together we can work as a team to help reduce the number of unwanted and abandoned animals. Both male and female dogs and cats are mature enough to reproduce between the ages of six to nine months.
VETERINARY SURGERY Highlands Veterinary Hospital offers a wide range of surgeries from routine operations such as spays, neuters and mass removals to more challenging procedures. A few of the surgical procedures offered include: repair of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears (both TPLO and lateral stabilization techniques), patellar luxation and fracture repairs, and soft palate resections.  Every pet under anesthesia has vitals monitored (heart rate, respiratory rate, ECG and blood pressure) every five minutes by an assistant throughout all surgical procedures. In addition, surgical patients receive intravenous fluids and are kept warm wrapped in a “hot dog” blanket.  Although lack of complications cannot be guaranteed, every precaution is taken to minimize any risk of anesthesia.
SKIN & DERMATOLOGY PROBLEMS Skin disease can lead to pruritis (itching), hair loss, and secondary skin infections – both bacterial and fungal. If your pet has dermatology trouble, we'll do our best to determine the cause of your pet's skin problem and form a plan of action to make your pet more comfortable by curing or managing the dermatitis.If you pet is constantly scratching, or licking, we'll help you determine the cause of your pet's skin problem and help you with a treatment plan to make your pet more comfortable.
OSTEOARTHRITIS IN PETS Highlands Veterinary Hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options for osteoarthritis (OA - arthritis) and degenerative problems your pet may be experiencing.  There is no single cause of OA but body type/size, weight, abnormal joint development, activity, injury, surgeries and nutrition can all be factors.  Most dogs experience a combination of these factors as OA develops and progresses.  We know that OA is NOT just caused by “getting old”. OA is diagnosed with radiographs.  We are fortunate to have a digital radiography unit that allows us to take high-quality images while reducing your pet’s exposure to radiation.  We are also fortunate to have many specialists that we may consult with in complicated cases.  We are also able to perform both PennHIP and OFA certification radiographs to assess orthopedic problems earlier in life. There is no cure for OA but there are many ways to manage the disease to increase your dog’s comfort and quality of life.  Our doctors will inform you of the many treatment options available to help restore your pet's mobility.
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CHEMOTHERAPY Cancer is scary – for the one who is diagnosed with it, the ones who love the person fighting, and those who are medically trained to battle it. It is no different when a pet is diagnosed with cancer. At Highlands Veterinary Hospital, providing treatment for cancer patients is a specialty we feel strongly about. We understand that beyond chemotherapy and medications, there are many other factors that can affect the outcome of a patient fighting cancer. For that reason, we provide resources on food, diets, supplements, and other holistic approaches. And we are always here to offer support to owners with questions, concerns, and fears.
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840 South Montana Street Butte, Montana 59701 Telephone 406-299-3700