Veterinarian Dr. Chad Burt

Come and experience affordable, quality veterinary care at the newly opened office of Dr. Burt Veterinary Care, just north of Bonners Ferry.


Dr. Chad Burt has been practicing veterinary medicine in Boundary County for the past four years has recently opened a new clinic at 35 Automation Lane, formerly the Bamboo Room Craft Store off Highway 95 about three miles north of the Three Mile Junction.

Dr. Burt was raised in El Paso, Texas. He attended Utah State University for his undergraduate studies before going to veterinary school at Ross University on the Island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean, where he earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

No animal is too large or too small for Dr. Burt's care!

He offers routine health care, surgical procedures, dental care, chiropractics and reproduction services. His wide range of knowledge will ensure your animal is taken care of in the best way possible.

Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Dr. Burt accepts emergency calls and emergency walk-ins.

Not only does he serve the residents of Boundary County, but he will also be making farm calls to Bonner County along with Troy and Libby. He welcomes clients from Canada as well.

Dr. Burt, his wife, Paula, and their four children consider Bonners Ferry their home and are excited at the prospect of expanding their family to include you and the animals you love.

This month's special is a free exam with a vaccination appointment. February is dental month, and we are offering a special on dentals. Contact us today to take advantage of these great deals and for all your other animal care needs!

Dr. Burt Veterinary Care can be found online at www.drburtvetcare.com, on Instagram and Facebook, or you can reach the office at (208) 274-5550.

We look forward to continuing to serve this wonderful area and providing your animals with personal and compassionate care.

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