Animals have a special way of touching our hearts, reaching into our very souls and changing us for the better. They speak without words; love without condition and give without asking for anything more in return than to be a part of our lives.
Nobody understands this amazing connection like the team at Animal Medical Center of Wyoming.
Why? Simple. Because we live it. Every day.
Because beyond all of our education, training and experience we are pet parents first, and each one of us has at least one special animal with whom we share our lives.
It is this bond – and the special relationship that you share with your own companion – that drives us to always do our very best in everything we do.
At Animal Medical Center of Wyoming, our focus is on making trips to the vet a positive experience for everyone.
Whether it’s offering a fuzzy blanket, bringing our canine friends outside for a walk, or taking all the time necessary to calm a nervous pet, you can expect us to always go the extra mile.
As a client of ours, you are more than just another appointment on the books. You are a partner in your pet’s health and an important part of the team. We’re not here to work for you, but with you, striving to achieve the ultimate goal of helping your animal friend enjoy as many happy, healthy years as possible.
We’re honored to join you on the journey of your companion’s life – sharing in the joys, celebrating the milestones, and grieving alongside you when the time comes to say goodbye.
Above all else, you can count on us to deliver the highest quality medical, dental, diagnostic and surgical care available.
If you’re new to the Gillette area, recently welcomed a new animal into your life, or are just seeking an experienced vet that will treat you and your loved one with the dignity, compassion and respect you both deserve we invite you to come by and see us any time.
We can’t wait to meet you!
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