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Bridger Veterinary SpecialistsBridger Veterinary Specialists

Phone: (406) 587‑3996
Address: 1103 Reeves Rd. West, Bozeman, MT 59718
Email: info@bvspets.com

The World's Best Care

A team of top specialists and passionate animal lovers united by one mission: to care for you and your pet like family.

Advanced Imaging

Aside from experience and training, our diagnostic equipment is one of the features that sets Bridger Veterinary Specialists apart. We pride ourselves in having state-of-the-art machines to help us correctly diagnose your pet.

Heska High-Resolution Digital Radiography

Digital Radiography

Hard films are mostly a thing of the past. Digital radiograph allows rapid acquisition with extreme detail to help us find some of the most subtle lesions. Digital format allows images to be easily sent to you, your family veterinarian, as well as specialists across the world instantly!

GE Logiq S8 Ultrasound

Ultrasound imaging

Technology advancements in ultrasound have been exponential. Ultrasound enables high-resolution imaging of internal organs like kidneys, liver, spleen, and adrenals. It also allows detailed evaluation of heart function. Our ultrasound is one of the latest and greatest made from the ultrasound giant GE.

OEC 9800 C-arm: Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy

Flouroscopy is basically a moving x-ray. It allows us to diagnose complex swallowing disorders as well as to perform minimally invasive procedures of the urinary tract. It also enables precise placement of surgical implants and often allows for smaller surgical approaches. This unit is the same one found in most human hospitals.

CT: Siemens Emotion 16-slice Helical Computed Tomography Scanner

CT Scanner

CT is a rapid way to produce high-detail, 3-dimensional images of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, bones, and joints of cats and dogs.

Our CT scanner's multi-slice technology allows us to image our patients faster, reducing anesthesia times, creating higher-resolution images, and improving our diagnostic capabilities. CT is particularly useful for:

  • Improved evaluation of the lungs
  • Staging cancer
  • Planning advanced cancer surgeries
  • Vascular studies
  • Evaluation of the urinary tract
  • 3D reconstructions
  • Evaluation of joint and complex limb alignment problems