Within Our Community


Being a rural veterinarian involves more than providing care to livestock and pets.  The rural practitioner needs to be an active member of the community.  At CTVH we have taken this to heart and encourage involvement throughout Montague and the surrounding counties.  Our team members are active in service organizations, the Chamber of Commerce, the local FFA and 4-H chapters, and our local Child Welfare Board.  We mentor Junior High, High School and Undergraduate students across North Texas and help instruct the High School level Certified Veterinary Assistant training program.  Our Veterinarians teach at Bowie High School, North Central Texas College, Texas A&M Stephenville and The College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M.  We also provide presentations for the TSCRA and local breed associations.  We volunteer at the Child welfare fair, the local sports concession stand and entertain school tours through the clinic.  CTVH has integrated our veterinary student extern program into our care for the local shelter, providing discounted spays and neuters and preventative health care.

Dr. Stetson Miller assisting the Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team in their efforts to offer medical support after Hurricane Harvey.

Dr. Stetson Miller assisting the Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team in their efforts to offer medical support after Hurricane Harvey.

Dr. Arn Anderson working on a miniature donkey foal.

Dr. Arn Anderson working on a miniature donkey foal.

Dr. Holloway’s son takes after his mom in her love of small ruminants.

Dr. Holloway’s son takes after his mom in her love of small ruminants.

Dr. Anderson’s grandson enjoying nature and Tonka trucks.

Dr. Anderson’s grandson enjoying nature and Tonka trucks.