Disease Prevention for Your Pet

When we hear "disease" in our pets, we often think of the ones that surprise us and were uncontrollable. Today, though, we want to focus on some of the ones that are preventable because we know that your pet's health is a priority, and that preventing a disease is...

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4 Ways to Keep Your Pet at a Healthy Weight

While a “healthy weight” is something people understand, more than half of dogs and cats are overweight. Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, orthopedic disease, and more. Here are four ways to keep...

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Household Toxins All Pet Owners Need to Know

March is Poison Prevention Month, and we want to help you keep your pet healthy. If you own a pet, you will want to know about these common household items that could prove to be fatal for your pet:Drugs. Have a headache? Take a Tylenol. But if your pet accidentally...

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December Newsletter

Here's what's going on at Animal Medical Center... It’s time for our Annual Christmas Pet Photo Contest! This is our favorite contest of the year and this year is no disappointment! You still have time to enter your pet! We are accepting entries till Sunday, December...

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November Newsletter

Introducing Animal Medical Center’s Monthly Newsletter! We hope to deliver monthly education articles, events, and announcements to keep you updated on what’s going on at Animal Medical Center! Stock up on your pet’s favorite Hill’s Pet Food! We are having a Truck...

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November is Pet Diabetes Month!

Did you know that November is Pet Diabetes Month? Only a small percentage of pets are at risk of diabetes, but a variety of contributing factors can create the perfect storm. In this blog, we will dive into the signs to recognize diabetes in your pets and how it is...

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Confirmed Cases of West Nile: Is Your Horse Protected?

At Animal Medical Center of Wyoming, we have received laboratory confirmation that two horses we are treating tested positive for West Nile Virus and we have a test pending on a 3rd case. The horses presented with neurological signs such as being wobbly on their feet....

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Fall Follies: Seasonal Toxins and Your Pets

Fall is here! As the weather cools down for the year in Gillette, there are some seasonal toxins that we want to make sure you're aware of. Make sure your pets don't accidentally find any of these potential dangers! Be Cautious of Rodenticides and Cold Weather Poisons...

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Canine Upper Respiratory Disease Outbreak in Gilette

8/17/18 Update Fortunately, the number of cases does seem to be decreasing, although we are continuing to see patients with these symptoms. This week we have treated three new patients. Two of these dogs had not had access to other dogs - they were both limited to...

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5 Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe This Independence Day!

Animal Medical Center has so many messages and phone calls about missing pets EVERY 4th of July, we don’t want to see your pet lost or scared during this Independence Day! Here are a few tips for a less stressful holiday: Take A Walk Exercise your pet to help them...

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