Our Team of Professionals Will Treat You and Your Pet like Family

Headwaters Veterinary Hospital’s greatest asset is our fantastic veterinary team. Our “work family” consists of long-term team members and new faces to the profession. We consider ourselves a teaching hospital, and welcome preceptors and interns in the profession. We feel that learning is a lifetime process, and our doctors, technicians and staff regularly attend continuing education. Our greatest pride is serving our community and providing the best possible communication with our clients.

Headwaters Veterinarians

Kelly Hall, DVM

After pursuing an animal science degree from Montana State University, Dr. Hall graduated from Washington State University with a DVM degree in 2002. In the past ten years, Dr.Hall has developed a special interest in canine orthopedics and lameness. As clinic owner and practicing veterinarian, Dr. Hall utilizes a methodical, problem-solving approach to patient care, with an eye to finding out the best outcomes for his patients and their owners. During his non-office hours, Dr. Hall can be found enjoying Montana’s great outdoors and volunteering for Madison County’s Search & Rescue unit. He enjoys fly-fishing, snowmobiling and helping out on his parent’s ranch in Eastern Montana.

Elizabeth Hall, DVM

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Elizabeth met Dr. Kelly Hall while completing her clinical rotations at Washington State University. A 2002 Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine graduate, her special interests include small animal medicine and soft-tissue surgery. Dr. Hall is dedicated to client communication and workable, realistic solutions to cases. Outside of Headwaters Veterinary, she enjoys running, volunteer firefighting for the Harrison Volunteer Fire Department, reading and working on her first novel.

Zac Barrett, DVM

Zac Barrett, DVM

Originally from Whitehall, MT, Zac received a bachelor’s degree from Idaho State University followed by his DVM degree from Western University in 2017. His primary interests include large animal medicine and surgery and canine orthopedic surgery. Outside of work, Zac can be found spending time with his wife Molly and their kids, hunting, fishing, riding and roping.

Lisa Parker, CVT

Lisa was born in Buffalo, Wyoming. Her family moved to Three Forks when she was 6 months old. Lisa graduated from Three Forks High School before Graduating from MSU with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. In July of 1988, Lisa joined Headwaters Veterinary and has been here ever since. In June of 2000, Lisa earned her certification as a Veterinary Technician. Lisa is married with two children and an array of dogs, cats and horses. In her spare time, she enjoys breeding Bulldogs and horseback riding.

Sean Unterdorfer, Veterinary Assistant

Originally from Arizona, Sean is a Navy veteran, pastry chef and & chocolatier. He has been in the veterinary world for several years, in both assisting and managerial capacities.  In his off-hours, he is a volunteer firefighter for the Harrison Volunteer Fire Department.

Kyra Damuth Bache, Veterinary Technician

Originally from Texas, Kyra moved to Montana at a young age. A 2016 Three Forks high school graduate, Kyra became a Veterinary Technician through an online program. She and her husband are busy with their animal family of Tennessee Fainting goats, dogs and horses. Kyra’s special interests include client communication and practice management.

Shane Boge, Veterinary Assistant

Shane Boge, Veterinary Assistant

Originally from Michigan, Shane has worked as a first responder in medical and fire emergencies for nine years. New to the veterinary profession, he enjoys spending time with his pets, hiking and traveling.

Elizabeth Anderson, Veterinary Assistant

Liz grew up on her family’s CA ranch in the Gallatin Valley. While barrel racing for the NRA, she received her degree from MSU in English Writing. Animals have always been her passion, and she enjoys spending her days with her boarding charges. She and her boyfriend, horses and dogs now call Toston home. When she’s not at the veterinary hospital, Liz enjoys working on the CA, skiing, fly fishing, writing and drawing and painting western art.

Abby Hockenberry, Veterinary Assistant

Abby is originally from Whitehall, Montana, and attended the Pima Medical Institute program for Veterinary Assistants.

Headwaters Staff

Kim Chater,
Customer Service & Reception

Kim Chater has been working as a receptionist for Headwaters Veterinary Hospital since 2013. She is a graduate of College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, where she earned her degree in Human Ecology and Marine Science. Kim spent the next eight years working as a lecturer/guide on expedition ships to the Antarctic, the Arctic, the South Pacific and the Amazon region. Before moving to Montana in 2012, Kim lived on a remote nature reserve in the Falkland Islands with her husband and two children. Kim loves getting to know the local community and enjoys the diversity of animals that come through the hospital. When not at the clinic, Kim enjoys riding, cooking and spending time with her family in Pony.

Addie Van Vleet, Customer Service & Reception

Addie is a true local from Three Forks, Montana. She is currently enrolled in a pre-veterinary program. She enjoys spending time with her family and many pets.

Lisa Moody, Customer Service & Reception

Jenna Reishus, Kennel Technician with dog

Jenna Reishus, Veterinary Kennel Technician

Jenna has lived on Montana most of her life. She moved to Bozeman after graduating from The University of Montana Western. She had a real love for animals, and her kennel charges are treated like they are her own! She is always eager to make new animal friends!

Isabella Fink, Kennel Assistant

We ♥ Our Clients and Their Animals

"The vets at Headwaters are amazing! They are incredible at treating cats, dogs, horses and cattle. We use Dr. Kelly Hall for many horse issues and he is outstanding. We are so lucky to have them in the area. The whole staff is wonderful!!!!"

-Lynn Hirschy

Make an Appointment

Contact Headwaters Veterinary Hospital today to schedule an appointment for your large or small animal. 

They went above and beyond with kindness and care when we had to put down our family dog abruptly, even though we had never been there. They treated us with such kindness and grace during a difficult time.
Would highly recommend! ❤

Sage Beeler