Dr. Matt Fehr has joined Animal Medical Center of Great Bend as a partner. Fehr went to work for Animal Medical Center in 2006. “He has been a tremendous asset to the practice, and has been a vital part to the practice’s continued growth,” said Dr. Nels Linberg of AMC.
Fehr is a graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, as well as Options for Animals College of Animal Chiropractics. He also serves as an adjunct professor at options for animals. Fehr is a member of the Kansas Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, International Veterinary Chiropractor Association, and American Association of Veterinary Practitioners.
Fehr is actively involved in the Boy Scouts of America and serves as an assistant scout master/committee chair for Troop 184, of Great Bend. He is also involved in Masonic Lodge (Blue Lodge) of Great Bend, and is about to achieve his 3rd degree of Masonry. Fehr is married to Jaimie and has two sons, Trevor and Jaxon. “They enjoy the Great Bend area, and the ability to raise their family in a town with such great values,” Lindberg said.
“AMC strives to provide our clients with the highest quality veterinary service possible through quality examinations, advanced and accurate diagnostics, and progressive medicine and surgery with compassionate care in a clean and very friendly environment,” Lindberg said. “The goal of the practice is to provide a long term sustainable, and successful veterinary practice for the area over many years, continually providing the best veterinarians to maintain this sustainability for the benefits of our clients and future clients. Partnership is a goal of quality veterinarians, and AMC shares the same goal of partnering in quality veterinarians to solidify their position in the practice and the community.”