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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Finding the Ideal Weight for Your Pet

An Estimated 59% of Cats and 54% of Dogs in the United States are Overweight or Obese. Good nutrition and weight management are key to your pet’s overall health. These healthy habits are created at a young age for your pet and it’s up to you to help them maintain...

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New Program To Give Back To Fur Kids Foundation

A portion of every cat, dog exam will be given to the animal charity! We are excited to announce that Animal Medical Center of Wyoming has created an internal program to continually give back to Fur Kids Foundation, a local nonprofit that helps families with pets with...

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T-Bone’s Last Act of Bravery

T-Bone was a bright Jack Russell Terrier. Throughout his 14 years, he had many adventures. He lived the perfect dog life. He protected his home and his family with every breath he had. Most of his days were filled with being captain of his family’s boat, riding four...

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Join Us For Our Equine Clinic And Win Big

We hope you'll join us for our upcoming Equine Clinic! We promise a day of fun, education, and a chance to win big! When: Saturday, April 21st from 9 am to 2 pm Discount on Coggins and Rabies Vaccination!  Electronic Coggins with online access and pictures of your...

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Vaccination and Deworming Recommendations for Your Horse

Spring Vaccinations that every horse should receive: Rabies: Rabies is a constant threat to horses and their owners in Campbell County and the surrounding area. The frequency of the disease is low, but the consequence of infection for horses and humans is death. The...

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Heartworm Can Also Affect Cats

Your pet’s health is important and preventive care is necessary. We recommend wellness exams, keeping your pets on a vaccination schedule, and working with us on all facets of wellness care. It’s no secret that preventive care is much better than treating illness and...

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Press Release: Equine Herpes Virus 1 in E. Wyoming

A confirmed case of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV) type 1was diagnosed during the first week of February. This horse was subsequently humanely euthanized due to advanced neurologic signs. Three more horses also developed clinical neurologic signs and were hospitalized (and...

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These Five Common Garden Items Can Be Toxic To Your Pet

It's Pet Poison Prevention Month, and we have some tips to keep your pets safe from the seemingly normal things that can harm them. Today, we're going to talk about your garden! Your garden may be full of things that can be quite toxic to your pet if they ingest it....

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Six Healthy (Human) Treats For Dogs

Did someone say...treat?! As a rule of thumb, it's good to keep human food away from your pet. With that being said, there are a few healthy options that make a great treat for our canine companions. Please be sure to keep these fun treats to a minimum! An Estimated...

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