Dr. Albrecht is an adjunct faculty member at Washington State University, a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Montana Veterinary Medical Association, the Veterinary Orthopedic Society, and the Veterinary Arthrology and Arthroscopy Association. He has taught continuing education classes across the US and also in Germany to both surgeons and general practice veterinarians and technicians. He also has authored several papers including one with Dr. Jason Wheeler and others on the Canine Unicompartmental Elbow or CUE. He enjoys living and playing in Montana, including backpacking, fishing, skiing, and photography. Other interests include world travel and sailing.
He enjoys fly fishing, hiking, and skiing with his wife, Mary Ward, as well as waterfowl hunting and other activities that Montana has to offer.
Dr. Clouse has worked as a Veterinarian in the Bozeman area since 2016 and has been part of Gallatin Veterinary Hospitals’ general practice since July 2019. She enjoys offering the latest and most advanced care for her patients. Her special interests include small animal behavior, ophthalmology, wound care, soft-tissue surgery and dentistry.
When not in the clinic, Dr. Clouse is a Search and Rescue K9 Handler for Gallatin County and Western Montana Search Dogs with her German Shepherd partner “Nodin.” She also shares her home with “Dotty” a bulldog/corgi mix, cat “Murph” and various other rescues- large and small. She enjoys all the wonders that Montana’s backcountry has to offer and takes every opportunity to enjoy the outdoors.
Dr. Baer and her husband Gus moved to town this past Fall to be closer to family, and are so excited to call Bozeman their “forever home”. They have 2 young boys- Odin (5) and Aksel (2) and 2 large dogs- Storm (Australian shepherd mix) and Sage (Mastiff/lab mix or “mastador”). When Dr. Baer is not working, she is spending time with the family, usually enjoying the great outdoors with hiking, camping, mountain biking, skiing, etc.