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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3 COVID-19 Facts for Pet Owners

3 COVID-19 Facts for Pet Owners

At Animal Medical Center of Wyoming, we take the health and safety of our team and clients seriously. With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing, we want to take this opportunity to share three facts to help you and your pet stay safe and healthy during this...

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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates

We Are Open! We are open our regular hours and are also continuing our 24/7 Emergency Pet Services! We are also now offering Telehealth appointments Tuesday through Friday, please call us for more information! At Animal Medical Center, we are taking steps to make sure...

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Protecting Your Pet From Parasites This Spring

Protecting Your Pet From Parasites This Spring

Although it's still quite cold around here in Gilette, the winter chill will eventually have to give way to spring sun. Warmer temperatures mean a surge in parasites like ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes. Protect your pet from these bloodsuckers with the...

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5 Tips for Stormy Spring Walks

5 Tips for Stormy Spring Walks

Spring's warmer temperatures bring melting snow and spring showers, which can turn backyards into muddy messes. While walking your pooch, follow these five tips to avoid tracking the worst of the mud into your home.#1: Check the forecast before walking...

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What Are Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions?

What Are Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions?

Many cats suffer from a dental condition called feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORLs). Read on to learn more about what they are, the signs, and the treatment. FORLs appear at or near the tooth base. Although the exact cause is unknown, research...

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Feeding Your Feline the Correct Diet

Feeding Your Feline the Correct Diet

Your feline friend is an obligate carnivore, meaning they must eat meat to survive. While you don’t have to throw your kitty a raw steak every night for dinner, meat products must make up the majority of their diet, whether dry kibble, canned food, or a...

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