Dr. Rollett Pruyn was born and raised in Missoula, Montana. His Father, Dr. Earl Pruyn graduated from WSU in 1949 and also opened Pruyn Vererinary Hospital in 1949. Dr. Rollett Pruyn graduated from Colorado State University in 1981 and started practice. In 2003 Dr. Rollett Pruyn and Dr. Dick Richardson built and opened Blue Mountain Veterinary Hospital and Surgery PLLC. Dr. Rollett enjoys practicing on all species. In his spare time he also runs a commercial beef herd.
Dr. Dick Richardson was born to be a large animal
veterinarian. While he grew up and went
to school right here in Missoula, he spent as much time as he could spare
working on his grandfather's farm in Kalispell.
After completing his undergraduate degree through Washington State and
the University of Montana, he graduated from Colorado State Veterinary School
in 1980. After 30+ years of practicing veterinary
medicine, you can count on Dick to tell you exactly what he thinks which makes
him well loved by his clients and patients alike.
Trevor Ferguson joined Blue Mountain Veterinary Hospital in 2013. He attended
Oregon State College of Veterinary from 2003-2007, receiving his Doctor
Veterinary Medicine degree. After completing veterinary school, he did an
additional Equine internship at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary
Medicine in 2008. Dr. Ferguson has a special interest in reproduction medicine
and wound management.
joining BMVH in 2013 he has added equine and canine advanced reproductive
techniques including embryo transfer, trans cervical AI (canine), and
cryopreservation of semen. In addition, he offers Penn Hip certification for
canine patient’s hip certification.
Ferguson belongs to the professional organizations
AAEP – American Association Equine Practitioners
MVMA – Montana Veterinary Medical
AVMA – American Veterinary Medical
Dr. Ferguson has additional interests in
training his German Wirehaired Pointers in AKC and NAVHDA. When he isn’t
working with patients you will find him spending time with his growing family
or training dogs in the Bitterroot Valley.