Thanksgiving Pet Safety

A large percentage of Americans plan to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family, and many also admit to sharing their Thanksgiving dinner with their four-legged family members. But a festive time for you could be a stressful or dangerous time for...

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Does Your Pet Have Allergies?

If you’ve ever suffered from allergies, you know how irritating (in more ways than one) the symptoms can be. But we aren’t the only species than can experience the wide array of unpleasant reactions to various allergens; our pets can suffer many of those...

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Managing Your Pet’s Separation Anxiety

Here at Animal Medical Center of Wyoming, we care just as much about your pet's mental health as we do their physical health. It's important to discuss these things during annuall wellness exams. During these visits, our team will spend time examining your pet from...

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Protecting Your Pet From Canine Influenza (Dog Flu)

More canine influenza cases are being reported as the latest bout spreads across the country. But, isn’t this a simple canine cold? Here in Wyoming, many cases of the H3N8 strain have been reported, so it's quite important to vaccinate your pet for this right away....

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Finding The Right Food For Your Pet

Pet foods come in all varieties and price points. Wet. Dry. Raw. Grain-free. Active. Senior. Puppy/kitten. With so many options and opinions, how do you choose what to feed your pets? Here, we'll give you some tips on how to choose the right food for your...

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How To Leash Train Your Puppy

Many of us have done it: brought a new puppy home, put on the collar and leash, and attempted to go for a walk, only to end up carrying said puppy back home because he can’t figure out that he’s supposed to actually walk while on the leash.Here, we’ve come...

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Feline Infectious Peritonitis

Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is an incurable and almost always fatal viral infection that primarily affects cats under 2 years of age and over 10 years of age. It is caused by the feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV), which is believed to be a...

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Is Your Dog Fit For The Workplace?

Studies have shown that having pets in the workplace can boost happiness, productivity, and engagement. And, more companies than ever before are choosing to allow their employees to bring pets to work more often. But just because an employer allows it,...

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Heartworm Disease In Dogs: What You Should Know

Heartworm disease is a potentially fatal infection caused by heartworms, a type of roundworm that lives in the heart, lungs, and surrounding blood vessels of affected animals. Although it can be successfully treated, a heartworm infection can cause...

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