Compassionate Care for Your Four-Legged Friends!
Associated Veterinary Services caring and welcoming staff consists of certified veterinary technicians, assistants, terrific receptionists, and four veterinarians. From regular wellness exams and vaccinations to internal medicine, diagnostics, and surgical procedures, our doctors and staff are committed to the health and wellness of animals throughout the Great Falls community.
Jack Newman, DVM
Dr. Newman is a Great Falls native who has been with the practice since 1984.
He has over 30 years of experience in Small Animal and Equine medicine and surgery with a special interest in Equine Reproduction. He graduated with honors from Washington State University and was an Attending Veterinarian at a Thoroughbred Breeding Facility in Spokane, WA. Dr. Newman is married with two teenage sons.
Elizabeth Bares, DVM
Dr. Bares is a North Dakota native who graduated from Iowa State University Veterinary School in 2001.
She has been practicing for over 13 years and with our clinic for years. Dr. Bares has a special interest in small animal surgery, medicine and dentistry. She would love to see to your horse's needs as well! Dr. Bares is married with two dogs Pez and Benny and a cool cat named Sea Bass.
Jasmine Haynie, DVM
Dr. Jasmine Haynie grew up helping with everything from cattle to crops on her family’s farm outside of Circle, Montana.
Dr. Haynie received her bachelor’s degree in animal science from Montana State University and completed her veterinary education from Washington State University. She enjoys working with all creatures large and small, but has recently began focusing on working with small animals.
Her particular interests include preventative care, dermatology and internal medicine. Dr Haynie calls Loma, Montana home these days and enjoys spending time in the great outdoors, including running and bicycling. Any spare time away from work is spent on the farm with her husband Kyle, growing family, and their two critters Millie and Leo.
Anna Sims, DVM
Dr. Anna Sims moved to Great Falls during her freshman year of high school and graduated from Great Falls High. She attended Oregon State University for undergraduate studies in Zoology and obtained her veterinary degree from Washington State University in 2016 (Go Cougs!).
Her species interests in veterinary medicine include working with dogs, cats and horses. She enjoys most aspects of general practice but shows particular interest in her geriatric patients and keeping them as healthy and pain-free as possible.
Outside of work Dr. Sims enjoys spending time with her family including her three pets, Hootie, Presley and Poppy. She enjoys nice walks or runs with her dogs, reading, crafting or working in her garden/yard.
We are glad that you have chosen to trust us with the care of your pets. We take that trust very seriously and strive to provide the best and most modern equipment and treatments. Our veterinarians, technicians, and staff regularly attend continuing education seminars to help us achieve this goal.