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Caring for Aging Pets

It’s hard to watch how quickly our pets turn from a cute little puppy or kitten into what we in the profession qualify as “senior”.  For our feline patient’s senior encompasses anything 7+ years, and for canines 5+ years (there is more wiggle room for canines due to...

It’s Finally Spring….

…although Wyoming always seems to be confused with that concept! The arrival of spring means parasites are on the rise for dogs as well as cats! There are two different types of parasites to consider when we think of preventative measures: internal and external...

Dangers for Pets Around the Holidays

It’s that time of the year and no one could be happier! The holidays are just around the corner and with everything we have been through this year it’s about time for some cheer. Although December is usually a wonderful time for everyone sometimes it can take a toll...

Fear Free Visits: How Owners Can Help

We love to see our patients walk through the door wagging their tails or kitties willingly coming out of the carrier wanting us to love on them. Unfortunately, there are several animals that are anxious and fearful when they come to the hospital. Fear can be caused...