When things go wrong after hours, it’s good to know where to go. Animal Medical Center of Wyoming is here when you and your pet need us most. When accidents happen, please call us immediately at 307-682-1507.

Our hospital is well equipped to handle even the most urgent medical, diagnostic, or surgical care needs. Our caring and compassionate staff is trained for urgent situations and our state-of-the-art clinic gives us the tools we need to diagnose and treat your pet quickly when every second matters.

Critical care services are available any time while the clinic is open. We also have a doctor on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to handle any emergency situations that may occur outside of our normal office hours.

Some of the more common emergencies we can provide assistance with include, but are not limited to:

• Acute Pain
• Difficulty breathing
• Choking or coughing
• Ingestion of toxins or foreign object
• Vomiting and diarrhea lasting more than 24 hours or that contains blood
• Difficulty Urinating
• Cuts or lacerations
• Puncture wounds
• Swollen abdomen
• Trauma (such as a fall or being hit by a vehicle)
• Allergic reactions
• Seizures
• Unconsciousness

During Thanksgiving, there are certain dangers that can affect your pet. In addition to open doors and windows allowing them to leave, loud noises and hot surfaces used for cooking can cause stress and pain. Of course, first things first, it’s important to keep certain foods away from your pet, period.

  • No bones about it – bones can splinter and cause blockages and serious injuries to your pet. Keep them away from your pet’s mouth, please!
  • Unless your turkey is boneless, skinless, and cooked in nothing but water, avoid feeding it to your pets from the table. Turkey and turkey skin can cause pancreatitis in pets, which can be life-threatening.
  • Potatoes are a healthy and nutritious vegetable for humans and pets alike. But, when mashed with butter, sour cream, cheese, onions, garlic, or gravy, they’re not a safe option for your pet (and you should probably enjoy in moderation, too). Similarly, most veggies that are healthy on their own (think green beans, carrots, and more) can be enjoyed without all the extra ingredients often found in their holiday casseroles.
  • Stay away from grapes and raisins, which can cause kidney failure in dogs.
  • Say “no” to artificial sweeteners, which can be toxic to pets.
  • Chocolate and other desserts are for you and your human buddies only. But, you knew that already, didn’t you?
  • Your pet should never consume alcohol. And, be aware of unexpected dishes that might contain it, like fruitcake.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us!

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