At Animal Medical Center of Wyoming, we are passionate about providing the best quality care and treatment for animals. We do this by delivering individualized, expert care to each patient based on their unique needs and lifestyle. Our team of highly skilled professionals provides compassionate care to enhance the human-animal bond, no matter the life-stage. This standard of excellence is known as AAHA-accreditation and we’re proud to have been recognized with this distinction for over 30 years.
Wellness exams increase the odds of detecting problems
Vaccinating against common diseases protects all your furry family members. And monthly prevention means you won’t have to worry about flea infestations or deadly parasites. Though fleas and ticks can be dangerous, so can overeating and complications from obesity and other eating problems. That’s why we offer nutritional counseling for pets who are looking to lose weight or improve their eating habits.
Physical examinations and preventive medicine, such as vaccinations and dental care, are the foundation of a long and healthy life for your pet. We are proud to offer a progressive vaccination program that is individualized for each animal depending on need.
We also provide many other important medical services, including dermatology, behavioral counseling, nutritional and dietary consultations, pain management and the treatment of a wide range of disease for many different species.
We know that surgery is not something most people want to think about when it comes to a furry member of their family, but most pets will undergo at least one surgery during their lifetime. Our knowledgeable, experienced staff develops an individualized plan utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostics and monitoring equipment to minimize your pet’s risk during anesthesia and surgery. Our surgical suite is fully equipped with the latest technology to provide both routine procedures, such as spaying and neutering, as well as more advanced soft-tissue and orthopedic surgeries.
Dental health is an extremely important component of your pet’s well-being, and necessary to prevent periodontal disease which can lead to serious infection of the heart, lungs or kidneys.
The most effective way to reduce plaque and tartar is to brush the teeth daily using a pet-safe toothpaste. Alternatively, oral rinses or water additives may be used. However, even the best home care is no substitute for regular veterinary dental cleanings using many of the same hand and power instruments used by your own dentist. Twice-yearly exams with your Veterinarian will help determine the condition of teeth and at what intervals a professional
At Animal Medical Center, our state-of-the-art diagnostic tools help us identify the root cause of medical conditions and provide the best medical care for your pet. From laser treatment to the newest advances in digital x-ray, our arsenal of veterinary technology is a critical element in maintaining your pet’s well-being for years to come
Dermatology & Allergy Care
While there is no cure for allergies, veterinary medicine has come a long way in terms of treating the symptoms. Dermatology and allergies are some of the most common reasons for pets to visit the veterinarian outside of routine care. Your pet can experience many different skin problems including allergies, bacterial infections, fungal infections, parasites, masses, and numerous other skin conditions. Most of these conditions are uncomfortable to your pet and several of these conditions can be reoccurring. We are committed to minimizing your pet’s discomfort by diagnosing the underlying problem, treating the current issue, and managing ongoing care that will help reduce or eliminate reoccurrence. We have lots of experience with dermatology and allergy conditions and we would love to help your pet as well.
It is a wonderful advancement in medicine that we have the ability to manage most discomfort our patients have. Our staff is trained to recognize the signs of discomfort since your pet cannot tell us when or where it hurts. We have an onsite pharmacy that allows us to use multiple types and modes of pain management including injectable, oral, and transdermal medications to ensure your pet is comfortable as fast as possible and for as long as necessary. In fact, therapeutic laser treatment is one of those emerging technologies that
Our Pet Stylists will keep your pet’s coat conditioned and cleansed! With over 30 years of collective experience, they groom everything from kittens to Newfoundlands and are trained to notice potential skin, ear
“I had an awesome experience! AMC Wyoming was able to get my dog in right away for a swollen eye. I did not have to wait long after