WE WILL NOT BE IN THE OFFICE THIS SATURDAY, MARCH 28TH. Please use the main number to reach our on-call Veterinarian if you have an emergency or sick pet. For all other issues we will be back in the office on Monday, March 30. Thank you for helping us to keep our community safe and […]
COVID-19 CLOSURE We are reducing our office services to emergency and sick patients only. We do so with our client’s and their family’s health in mind due to a possible COVID-19 exposure. We will continue to be available to our clients in their time of need. We will however, need to close the front office […]
Social Distancing and YOU! We are trying to make this as painless as possible but keep everyone adhering to the 10 people or less rule. So when you come for an appointment we have a new process to get you and your pet checked in. We are offering curbside check-in so you can text or […]
We will be closed from 11am to 2pm on Friday March 13 for staff training. Thank you for your consideration to allow us to gain skills to continue to provide you with the best care we can!
Our office will be closing at 3pm on this Friday, August 2nd. We will also be closed for appointments and emergencies Wednesday August 7th through Thursday August 8th. If you need emergency treatment we will be referring our clients to our on call relief veterinarians. You may call our office as normal to receive referral […]
We are taking things DIGITAL Introducing Petly – your personalized pet health page! So what is Petly?? Petly is your single place for everything about your pet. With this new system, you’ll have access to a ton of great features including: Pet Health Centralized Keeping your pet healthy has never been so easy! Review your […]
The recent positive plague case involving a cat in Laramie County has caused a lot of our clients to ask questions on how the plague is contracted and how to avoid exposure. Below are some pieces of publications from the CDC to help answer any questions you may have. You may also contact the CDC […]
The Wyoming Tribune Eagle published an article regarding the goose who was positive for Avian Flu. This may have raised some concern and questions for some of you. Here is a link with information and updates with the USDA. Hopefully these links and information will answer any question you may have!
The USDA article specifically related to our positive case can be found here.
There is also more general information contained on the USDA official site below.
We will be closed or closing early on the following days for the Holiday Season 2018: Closed for Sept 3rd for Labor Day Closed November 22 for Thanksgiving Closing Early Dec 14th at 3pm Closed Dec 24th for Christmas Eve Closed Dec 25th for Christmas Closed January 1 for New Years EMERGENCIES CALL (307) 634-7255 […]