Our Mission

To be an integral component in our veterinary and animal wellness community by offering a whole body-centered healing experience for our companion animals through the integration of traditional and alternative treatments, rehabilitation, and education addressing all aspects of companion animal health and welfare.

Meet Dr. Heather McEvoy

Veterinarian, Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, Founder

Born and raised in Whitefish, MT, I started my veterinary career here volunteering as a grade schooler to help clean kennels and walk dogs.  Since then I have worked for a variety of shelters, zoos, wildlife rehabilitation facilities, and other veterinary clinics.  I graduated from Seattle University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and I completed my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015.  During my clinical year there I accomplished my certification in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture (cVMA) through the Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians course by Curacore Integrative Medicine & Education Center.  I have accompanied that training with additional studies of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine through The College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies and the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.  In January of 2019 I completed my certification as a Canine Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Therapist (CCRT) with an emphasized interest in musculoskeletal palpation, myofascial massage, and craniosacral bodywork.  I value the importance of nutrition and have undergone specialized training in both eastern food therapy and traditional diet formulations.  I have a special interest in geriatric physiotherapy and integrative cancer therapies.  I also love the opportunity to utilize routine bodywork as preventative medicine.  I strive to practice a true holistic approach addressing lifestyle, emotional, and physical attributes of each individual patient.  I am an active member of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA), American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians (AARV), and the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture (AAVA).  I live with my partner Eric.  Together we have 3 dogs, 2 cats, and 1 hedgehog whom remind me daily of the significance of the human animal bond.  Besides veterinary medicine I love anything outdoors.  I was a wildland firefighter for 8 seasons and love working hard, getting dirty, and playing in the woods.

Dr. Heather McEvoy Flathead Veterinary Wellness Rehab
Dr. Heather McEvoy and companion Thunder

"I strive to practice a true holistic approach addressing lifestyle, emotional, and physical attributes of each individual patient. I am passionate about providing an eco friendly, non-toxic and peaceful environment for my patients to receive their health care in. "

Meet Aimee Arrants

Meet Aimee Arrants

Clinic Manager, Veterinary Technician
Aimee has worked in the veterinary field for over six years. She has worked for veterinarians both in Texas and Montana and both in equine and small animal practices. She brings a well-rounded background, experience, and an immense level of compassion to the practice. She believes deeply in providing the best possible care for our companions, utilizing all the available options for treating and healing furry family members.
Aimee learned of Dr. McEvoy when the doctor began treating her two senior Danes with acupuncture and other alternative treatments. By seeing the benefits of acupuncture firsthand, Aimee has become an advocate for Eastern medicine and integrating a variety of alternative veterinary treatments with traditional western medicine.
When not helping animals, Aimee enjoys hiking, gardening, and relaxing with a good book.

Meet Sonja Schroeder

Veterinary Technician

I’ve been working in the veterinary field since 2007.

I’ve had an obsession with all things dog since I was a little kiddo; from mushing to k9 behavior, I could nerd out all day about dogs!

Currently, I’m a team member of Summit Search and Rescue and my dog and I are certified in HR detection.

When not working or training, I love to be adventuring and exploring the trails and waters of the Flathead Valley.

Meet Sonja Schroeder

Dr. Clark Flathead Vet Wellness Montana
Meet Dr. Clark

Meet Dr. Clark


Dr. Clark is a 2005 graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.  After vet school Dr. Clark moved from VA to WA state to complete a 1yr equine internship at Pilchuck Veterinary Clinic.  Dr. Clark developed an interest in a more holistic approach to treating her patients and went on to become certified in Animal Chiropractic (Options for Animals, KS – 2007), Canine Rehab/Physical Therapy (University of TN – 2014), and Veterinary Acupuncture (Chi Institute, FL 2014).

After moving around the world with her husband’s military career they have finally settled in Montana.  She lives with her husband, 4 children, 3 dogs, 3 horses, and an assortment of rabbits and chickens in Kalispell.  When not working Dr. Clark enjoys volunteering at the kid’s school, horseback riding, snowboarding, gardening, camping, and traveling.