Bismarck Animal Clinic and Hospital was established by Dr. Jerry Buchholz in 1979. Bismarck Animal Clinic and Hospital was the first veterinary clinic in Bismarck, and also the state’s first exclusive small animal practice west of Fargo. Bismarck Animal Clinic and Hospital has been AAHA accredited since 1992.
Dr. Jerry Buchholz served as a pioneer and leader within the Bismarck/Mandan veterinary profession and within the community. Certainly, many residents and their pets have benefited from Dr. Buchholz’s compassion, kindness, and expertise. Dr. Buchholz is a lifetime member of AAHA, AVMA, and NDVMA. He is a past president of the North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association and has served several terms as president for the North Dakota Board of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Buchholz wrote informational columns for Dakota Country Magazine for several years, promoting veterinary medicine and educating the public on pet health care.
Our practice vision is to be a model of veterinary excellence in our community. Our work will increase the quality of life for our patients and our clients and honor the human-animal bond.
Our practice mission is to use our knowledge, kindness, time and compassion to serve the pets and humans in our community, providing them with individualized and high-quality care. We will uphold ourselves to high standards, in line with the American Animal Hospital Association and our own ethics. We will be supportive of our clients and each other.
Common Household Pets: Dogs and Cats
Exotic Pets: Ferrets, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, and Rodents (rats, hamsters, gerbils, etc.)