Greenbelt Veterinary Services
We started as McFee Veterinary Clinic, a single veterinarian practice run by Ron McFee, before forming Greenbelt Veterinary Services in 1982. We have grown from that single doctor to our current team of seven veterinarians, offering health services in dairy production and embryo transfer, swine production, and to an extensive list of farm animals including horses, beef cattle, sheep, goats, alpacas, and llamas.
Our mission is to provide the food production/equine/hobby animal community with exceptional preventative and emergency health care. Through co-operative and professional leadership, we strive to offer innovative animal health education, and production and research services at competitive prices.
Meet Our Veterinary Team
Meet Our Office Team
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Primarily involved in dairy medicine, he also has experience with horses, goats and sheep. Dick has a special interest in strategies to reduce dairy cattle lameness. Dick also has an avid interest in raptors and the preservation of the local barn owl population, and holds a master banding license. He sets up and monitors owl boxes around the upper valley.
His community involvement also includes counseling first time youth offenders in the Restorative Justice Program. Dick enjoys working with wood, and prefers the wilderness over pavement. Dick and his wife, Daphne, have three sons: Dan, Steve and Eric. The family hobby farm boasts a variety of colorful pet cows and critters.