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 graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990 and was awarded the GG Graham Prize, an honor given to each class’ outstanding student in small animal medicine and surgery. His one-year internship following graduation was completed at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Rohn was then selected as one of two inaugural Fellows in the Comparative Cardiovascular Program at Texas A&M University where he completed a three-year residency in small animal surgery and four years of graduate work in cardiovascular physiology.
After achieving Board Certification in Surgery, he established the surgery service at VetCare Emergency and Specialty Care Center when it opened in 1997 in Dublin, CA. He then founded Bay Area Veterinary Specialists in 1998, a large multidisciplinary specialty and emergency hospital in the San Francisco Bay Area where he not only performed surgery, but served as its Medical Director and Supervising Partner from inception through 2009. He left the Bay Area in 2011 and moved to Bozeman where he worked as staff surgeon with Dr. Albrecht at Gallatin Veterinary Hospital. In 2012, he was recruited to start the surgery service at Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center of Hawaii, the state’s first 24-hour specialty and emergency hospital. After 17 months on Oahu, he contracted island fever and moved to Arizona performing surgery at Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson, another multidisciplinary 24-hour hospital. During this time, he also provided locum surgery services in Bozeman, Anchorage and Honolulu. In the summer of 2018, he decided to return to Bozeman and focus on performing surgery here, as well as in Alaska and Hawaii, a move that feeds his fishing addiction and allows him to spend time in some pretty incredible places.
When not working he can be found wandering around the woods somewhere and is always being followed by a Chocolate Lab named Cody (who he thinks is the best dog there ever was).
When not in the clinic, Dr. Clouse volunteers as a K9 Handler for Gallatin County Search and Rescue & Western Montana Search Dogs with her German Shepherd “Nodin.” She also shares her home with “Dotty” a bulldog/corgi mix and cat “Murph.” She and her husband take every opportunity to recreate in Montana’s backcountry and enjoy fly-fishing, hunting, skiing, biking and backpacking.