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Welcome to Burnt Fork Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Stevensville MT
Call us at (406) 777-3844

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Greetings from the Burnt Fork Vet Clinic in pastoral Stevensville, Montana. We provide excellent and comprehensive veterinary care for all your pets and livestock. We offer a wide range of services for both small and large animals. Our location is convenient and central to the Bitterroot Valley just off the Eastside Highway on the south edge of Stevensville. If your pet is already a patient at our clinic, we thank you for your patronage. If you are new to the area or are in need of finding a veterinarian, bring your pet by, we would enjoy meeting you. Check out our testimonial and pet gallery page to see what others are saying about Burnt Fork Vet Clinic!

BFVC was established to the Glory of God in 1998 by Dr Linda Kauffman and Barbara O’Bannon

At Burnt Fork Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


Dr. Linda Kauffman
Stevensville Veterinarian | Burnt Fork Veterinary Clinic | (406) 777-3844

3682 Eastside Hwy
Stevensville, MT 59870



Emergencies!

We do offer Large Animal Emergency Services. Call 406-777-3844 and follow the prompts to get you to the doctor on call.

For small animal emergencies after hours, please call the Pet Emergency Center in Missoula (406) 829-9300

Location

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Office Hours

Appointment Availability (available by phone at 8am M-F)

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am - 6:30 pm or until the last appointment

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Thank you Dr. Kauffman for your kindness with my sick hen, Wendy. It means a lot to me that you were willing to take care of my chicken, and even after hours!"
    Chelsea Reichard / Stevensville
  • "Burnt Fork Vet Clinic is reliable in responding to our needs for veterinary services, whether for our ponies, dog, cats or chickens. Dr. Kauffman understands the value each of these critters has to us on an emotional level and is there to offer her sympathy and support when tough decisions have to be made."
    Olive Parker / Stevensville
  • "This is a great place to bring your beloved pets. They are quick to schedule an appointment, you are greeted in such a friendly manner when you come in, both the techs and Dr. Bull listen thoroughly while you describe your pet's condition, and then they genuinely seem to want to make your pet
    (and thus you) feel better. And at the end of the visit the cost is very reasonable, AND you get a taffy candy for yourself to top it all off, lol. A very pleasant visit for both me and my dog."
    Dianne Mefford
  • "Dr. Linda has seen two of my three dogs, donkeys, and goats. She’s great with all, very informational, and realistic on your needs. The staff is so great with my dogs, and I’m hoping with time my dog Thor will get better about the vets office since the staff is so friendly and understanding with him. This office really cares about your pets and the vet care is outstanding."
    Christina Johnson
  • "What caring and compassionate people ... timing is never good when the unexpected happens ... but they were able to accommodate us during our time of need. Thanks again for being there for us and understanding."
    Sandy Bollom
  • "Linda Kauffman and her staff are so awesome and caring. Informative about what is happening at all times. I know what and why medications and procedures are being given or done. No surprises. I love that. Great people. These pictures are just one of the times we have rushed to the
    clinic needing assistance with a difficult birth. Three beautiful baby goats this trip!! Thank you Linda!!"
    Tami Finn
  • "These are the most compassionate, caring people we have ever worked with. They made our boxer's passing comfortable."
    Sharon Greenwood
  • "Burnt fork vet is outstanding. From upon checking the staff was friendly,
    professional, and a good old country hospitality! The reception area and
    the rooms are superior and clean! The place is quiet so my fur baby timber
    wasn't stressed out at all! I didn't have to drag her through the door she
    walked in like we were going to petsmart! Dr. Bull and her assistant were
    informational, kind, and really can tell they are not only about your
    animal but you and your family as well! I haven't had better vet care
    anywhere! Definitely will be passing all there information to anyone I come
    in contact with looking for a vet! You definitely get what you pay for and
    the price is very reasonable!!"
    Marlene Beck
  • "Took great care of our little fur baby and made the wait as stress free on him and I as much as they could. Great people!"
    Sara Jean
  • "I take our dog and cat here for all of our veterinary needs. Very
    professional staff with clean facility. I would recommend Burnt Fork Veterinary to anybody who needs a great veterinarian."
    Scott Payne

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