Low-income treatment options for mild illnesses and injuries.
Having been a part of the Gillette community for more than 25 years, Animal Medical Center is eager to give back and make a positive impact. In addition to offering low-cost spays and neuters (over four months) and vaccinations, our Community Veterinary Clinic is also working to reduce the number of homeless pets in our area. Even better, the clinic is run by our veterinarians and staff, so you know the quality of care will always be there.
Our mission at the Community Veterinary Clinic is simple – no-frills, and quickly accessible to the pet parents of our community. Today and always, no appointments are necessary. We do ask for early check-in if your pet is coming in for surgery.
Our clinic routinely partners with rescue groups from Gillette and surrounding towns. Unlike traveling vets, we can provide ongoing care and follow up as needed. This is ideal for animals who require additional medical attention, such as surgery or more in-depth diagnostics. We also work with shelters to provide the spay/neuter surgeries for newly adopted pets.
No gimmicks, we’re here to help the pets of our community.
VACCINE INFORMATION, PRICING, & CONSENT FORMS:
Please download and complete the appropriate form following the links and bring it in with you when you visit us at the clinic!
Health Care Schedule for Puppies:
- 6 Weeks First puppy vaccination (DHPP) and First Deworming
- 8 Weeks Booster puppy vaccination (DHPP) and Bordetella vaccination (Kennel Cough)
- 12 Weeks Booster puppy vaccination (DHPP), Rabies vaccination, and Second deworming
- 16 Weeks Booster puppy vaccination (DHPP), Tri-Heart Plus (Heartworm prevention)
Each year thereafter for your dog’s lifetime, it will need yearly boosters on its vaccinations, as well as a yearly deworming.
Health Care Schedule for Kittens:
- 8 Weeks First Kitten vaccinations (FVR) and First Deworming
- 12 Weeks Booster kitten vaccination (FVR), Leukemia test and Leukemia vaccination (FeLV) and Rabies vaccination Second deworming
- 16 Weeks Booster leukemia vaccination (FeLV)
Each year thereafter for your cat’s lifetime, it will need yearly boosters on its vaccinations, as well as a yearly deworming.
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Trap Neuter Return
Do you have a feral (wild) cat population where you live? Do you put up with roaming, yowling, spraying, and fighting of cats? Are you worried about their health and wonder if it is even safe for you or your children to be around them? We can help!
Please note: If you are bringing in a feral cat, please call ahead of time at 307-682-3800.