Springtime Vaccinations for Your Horse

Springtime Vaccinations for Your Horse

With the spring season having arrived here in Campbell County, our team at the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming would like to take this opportunity to remind you about vaccinations for your horses. [video width="1920" height="1080"...

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Whisper Bremer – Survivor

Whisper Bremer – Survivor

Whisper suffered a serious wound from an embedded collar that became hooked under his armpit. With the help of a dedicated human, a great Veterinarian and honey, Whisper has finally come to the end of his 10-month journey of healing and will soon be adoptable. Whisper...

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Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips for Pets

Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips for Pets

When taking a vacation or a road trip, you may want to include your pet in the fun and excitement. But, before heading out on your trip, ensure you prepare your pet for travel with the following tips from our team here at Animal Medical Center of Wyoming. #1: Keep...

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What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know you should spay your female pet to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know what exactly happens during a spay surgery. Since World Spay Day—February 23—is approaching, let’s explain the procedure,...

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Treatment for Severe Equine Asthma

Treatment for Severe Equine Asthma

Heaves is a debilitating disease that seriously hinders an effected horse’s quality of life. Animal Medical Center is now offering the latest treatment for Severe Equine Asthma (aka heaves, COPD, ROA, & SPAOPD). The FDA approved use of the Aservo®EquiHaler® in...

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How to Introduce a New Cat Into Your Household

How to Introduce a New Cat Into Your Household

June is National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month, and this time of year can see an increase of cats that enter animal shelters and rescues across the country. Are you adopting a new feline friend? If you already have a cat at home, follow these steps for introducing your...

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What to Do if Your Pet Gets Stung by a Bee

What to Do if Your Pet Gets Stung by a Bee

Pets can be quite curious, and that curiosity can get them more than they bargained for. If your furry friend meets the wrong end of a stinger from a bee, wasp, or hornet, here's what you need to know.  If your pet has been stung in the mouth or throat, been stung...

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What You Should Know About Zoonotic Parasites

What You Should Know About Zoonotic Parasites

Our pets give us lots of things: unconditional love, sweet cuddles, and companionship. But they can unintentionally give us something much less desirable: zoonotic parasites. These pests can be transmitted from pets to humans, and they can cause more than a nuisance. ...

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Young Pets and the Importance of Routine

Young Pets and the Importance of Routine

When it comes to getting things started off on the right paw for your young pet, a routine is key. The stability and consistency that a routine gives your little furry friend will help them throughout their lives. Read on to learn more. #1: Pets learn best with...

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