Dr. Adam McDougall

I have worked in the veterinary field for over 25 years, starting out as a kennel attendant, then technician assistant, then licensed veterinary technician, now veterinarian. Prior to becoming a veterinarian, I was managing the small animal Intensive Care Unit at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Pullman, WA as a veterinary technician with specialty in Emergency and Critical Care medicine (VTS ECC).

I enjoy all facets of veterinary medicine, from surgery to medicine to emergency and critical care to dentistry. When not taking care of Missoula’s great dogs and cats, I am most likely playing or watching hockey at Glacier Ice Rink, hiking around beautiful Missoula, camping, or working in the yard. My two children are Henry (20 years old) and Dora (17 years old). I love all breeds of dogs and cats but have an affinity for those who love rather than hate. I look forward to meeting you and your pets!