Our warm weather party will be held on June 8th, 2018. We will be partnering with Recover Wyoming this year. We hope all attending and those in our community will take time to visit and donate in support of this wonderful resource for those facing addiction. Please follow the link provided to visit their site, […]
Our Saturday appointments are changing from all appointments to emergency and sick animals only. Our office will remain open from 9am to Noon as before. We will also have a cancellation list for non emergency appointments should there be availability. We have made this decision to ensure all our patients receive the time and attention […]
Spring Vaccinations should be administered by the beginning of the warmer weather as several of the vaccines are spread by mosquitos. We suggest a 4way, West Nile, Rhino, Rabies, Intranasal Flu and broadspectrum dewormer such as Equimaxx which will cover tape worms. Fall Vaccinations for adult horses to include Flu, Rhino, and Intranasal Flu. We also […]
Good nutrition is vital to your pet’s health, and can affect them from head to tail and everything in between. Most name brand pet foods are well-balanced and are the only nutrition your pet needs. Adding “treats” such as table scraps can be high in calories and very unhealthy. According to Hills Pet Nutrition, feeding […]
Requirements to Enter Canada Every horse entering Canada must have a negative Coggins test in the 6 months prior to entry as well as a signed international health certificate from a federal veterinarian. Please check the current regulations for entry prior to traveling. Canadian Requirements Here
You can now request appointments, confirm existing appointments and cancel appointments through email or texts with our office!! We have also redone our online pharmacy and store to allow home delivery of your pet’s medications, foods and preventatives, including large animal products. So shop today!
EHV-1 OUTBRREAK This is an alert & update on an outbreak of Equine Herpes Virus. Type 1 (EHV-1) that originated at a National Cutting horse. This is an alert & update on an outbreak of Equine Herpes Virus Type 1 (EHV-1) that originated at a National Cutting horse competition in Utah last week. This outbreak has since spread past […]