Montana Veterinary Specialist are the only veterinary practice in Montana that has both a highly trained primary care vet and a board-certified internal medicine specialist in the same clinic. Your pet benefits from having all these medical resources in one state of the art veterinary clinic.
Dr. Britt Culver is our board-certified internal medicine specialist. He is the only board certified veterinary specialist in Helena and one of only two internal medicine specialists in the state of Montana. In addition to treating patients from our clinic who require advanced medical care, Dr. Culver examines seriously ill animals referred by other veterinarians across the state.
Both of our vets participate in continuing education to stay on top of the latest developments in veterinary medicine. We do this to make sure we offer our patients the best possible veterinary care.
We also pursue additional training in specific areas. For example, Dr. Brenda Culver has a special interest in ophthalmology.
Dr. Britt Culver is a Wyoming native and attended the University of Wyoming for his under graduate training. He then graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He pursued advanced training in internal medicine, spending one year at Purdue University and three years at Virginia Tech. He is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine as a small animal internal medicine specialist. After his residency in 1996, he and his wife moved to Helena Montana and opened Montana Veterinary Specialists and General Care. In addition to small animal internal medicine, Dr Culver also has a special interest in oncology and ultrasound. Since the fall of 2011, he has also been employed by Abaxis Veterinary Reference Laboratory as an internal medicine consultant.
In addition to veterinary medicine Dr. Culver loves to spend time with his family. He enjoys spending time in the outdoors, whether that be on a golf course or in the mountains.
Dr. Brenda Culver is an Alaska native. She is a graduate of Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. She spent an additional year at Purdue University in advanced training in small animal medicine and surgery. She has a strong interest in ophthalmology and is a member of the American Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology.
In addition to Veterinary Medicine Dr. Brenda enjoys spending time with her family. She loves spending time outdoors in nature and is an avid tennis player.
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