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1801 Cedar Street

Helena,  MT  59601

Call:  406-449-7155

1801 Cedar Street

Helena,  MT  59601

Call:  406-449-7155

© 2016 by Alpine Animal Clinic.  All rights reserved.

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American Animal Hospital Association Accreditation

February 19, 2017

We can help you solve some of the most difficult and frustrating behaviors in dogs and cats.  Frequently, pet owners are unaware they are accidentally reinforcing the unwanted behaviors through rewards and special attention during displays of negative behavior.  A cons...

January 30, 2017

Glaucoma is a serious, painful, and potentially life-changing eye problem that can affect our pets. The medical definition of glaucoma is increased intraocular pressure, which means that the fluid inside of the eye has increased with no way to exit. (Imagine filling a...

January 26, 2017

Poison to mice, poison to pets!


Many variations of this type of poison are easily obtained and they taste good to mice and dogs. These poisons are easily fatal to any animal that ingests it. Frequently dogs visit our hospital after ingesting mouse poison right out of t...

December 6, 2016

Weight loss, increased drinking, increased urination, lethargy and weakness. These may all be symptoms of diabetes in your dog or cat. Learn about diabetes and care for your family member from Alpine Animal Clinic.

December 6, 2016

Dogs frequently rupture the Cruciate Ligament in their knees, leading to pain, lameness, and swelling. Learn more about CCL injury, surgical repair types, and rehabilitation.

December 6, 2016

Urinating and defecating in the house, chewing up furniture or household items, excessive barking, lunging, and growling are all hallmarks of behavior problems in dogs and cats. Learn more.

December 6, 2016

Frequent ear infections, licking and chewing the feet or skin, scooting on the hind end and hair loss are all symptoms of allergies. Correct the problem so your family doesn't continue suffering allergies.

June 10, 2015

Weakness, stumbling, wobbling, or dragging a limb are all symptoms of serious back injury or disease. Quick action may spare function. Don't wait!

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