Meet Our Principal Doctor
Megan Thomsen, DVM
Dr. Megan Thomsen grew up on the coast of Oregon, went to Oregon State University, and graduated from veterinary school in 2009. She is the principal doctor at Bozeman Pet Hospital and Foothills Veterinary Hospital. She is committed to finding the correct diagnosis for your furry family member so she can get him/her feeding better as soon as possible. She has a special spot in her heart for herding dogs, and currently has two dogs (Hazelnut and Booger).
Dr. Laurel Nelson
Dr. Laurel Nelson graduated from the University of Glasgow in Scotland in 2011 and is an associate veterinarian at Bozeman Pet Hospital. Dr. Nelson is passionate about promoting the human-animal bond and internal medicine. When she is not at work, she is with her husband and their two wonderful hunting dogs with which they enjoy all the amazing outdoor activities Montana has to offer.
Dr. Ellen Kimbrell
Dr. Ellen Kimbrell is a graduate of the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine – Go Dawgs! She is extremely passionate about emergency medicine and loves the challenge of endocrinology as well. She and her husband, who is also a veterinarian, are excited to join family in the Bozeman area and are thankful to live in such a beautiful place.
Dr. Stephanie Wolf
Dr Wolf came to Bozeman immediately after graduating from UC Davis Veterinary School. Her favorite areas of veterinary medicine are cardiology and dentistry. She particularly enjoys forming long-term working relationships with her clients and their pets. When she’s not at the clinic, Dr. Wolf is probably with her husband, daughter, and their chihuahua, Honey.
Dr. Dan Thomsen
Dr. Dan Thomsen received his veterinary degree in 2014 from Iowa State University. Following graduation, he completed a 1-year internship and has since practiced small animal emergency medicine and surgery in various ER and Specialty practices. He is excited to lead Bozeman Pet Hospital’s expansion into urgent care to serve the Gallatin Valley pets and their owners in times of need. Montana has held a special place for Dan since he first visited with his family in 1990, and he is thankful to have found a permanent home here with his wife, son, and four-legged friends. When he isn’t in the operating room or caring for a sick pet, he can be found hiking, bow hunting, gathering firewood, or attempting to improve his woodworking skills.
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