Welcome to Casselton Veterinary Service
The first vet was Dr. Montgomary who worked out of his house from the late 1940s to the early 1950s. In 1953, Dr. Art Roseberg moved to town and set up shop on Front Street, in the area of Dan’s Barbershop. In 1957, Dr. Jim Holter moved to town and joined Dr. Roseberg. In 1959, Dr. Roseberg left Casselton and started a clinic in West Fargo. Dr. Dick Roth joined Dr. Holter in 1963. In the Spring of 1970, they built a new clinic on the south side of town where the present clinic is located. Dr. Mark Wieland joined Dr. Roth in 1980 and bought half of the practice in 1983. Dr. Dave Calderwood bought the other half of the practice in 1984. Dr. Brad Bartholomay joined the clinic in 1990 as the 3rd partner. In 1997 the clinic expanded adding more small animal exam rooms, and a treatment area, and remodeling the bovine and equine areas. In 2005, the clinic added on another 20,000 sq feet expanding the small animal and equine surgical suite. In 2008, Dr. Laurie Huckle and Dr. Darin Peterson joined as partners, as did Dr. Trevor Bjerke, in 2012. To date, Casselton Veterinary Service, Inc. remains one of the largest clinics in North Dakota and excels in providing both our large and small animal clients, with advanced medical treatment and services.
In 2019, our clinic took another step towards growth and expansion by adding a second location in Fargo, North Dakota. This new location brings with it exciting opportunities for us to serve a wider range of customers and makes high-quality pet care accessible to more people. With our continued commitment to quality pet healthcare and excellent customer satisfaction, we are proud that this expansion has been a great success, and we look forward to continuing to grow and evolve in the years to come.
- Large Animals