Last week, Animal Medical Center of Wyoming hit us with some paw-some news—after 25 years of business in Campbell County, AMC is opening a low-cost, walk-in spay, neuter, and vaccine clinic called the Community Veterinary Clinic. This clinic will allow everyone in the area the opportunity to provide basic care for their cats and dogs at a reasonable price without an appointment! Prices are posted on the Clinic's web page.
According to their blog, the Community Veterinary Clinic will be open Monday-Friday from 8 am-5 pm, and will be located at 2701 S. Douglas Highway, suite C—this is between Club Energize and Good Times in the Sunrise Shopping Center. You can give them a call at 307.682.3800.
Those interested in using this Clinic will receive vaccines for their pets from veterinary technicians, while spay and neuter procedures will be done by AMC's established veterinarians. Essentially, if you take your pet to this new Clinic, Fido or Frisky will not receive an annual exam, they will simply receive their vaccinations or a spay/neuter procedure. If you’d like for your dog or cat to have an annual exam, or you have other veterinary concerns, you’ll need to schedule an appointment with the Medical Center, or another veterinary clinic in town.
AMC will continue to offer state-of-the-art medical, surgical and dental services for diagnostic, treatment and preventative care for companion animals, horses and livestock at their Medical Center at 200 E. Lakeway Road.
Fur Kids Foundation volunteer board members and case managers are super excited to hear about this new, low cost clinic opening in Gillette. Be sure to check out AMC’s website, www.gilletteveterinarian.com, or like their Facebook page for more details on the Community Veterinary Clinic.
Created in November 2011, the Fur Kids Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education and aid to promote the well-being of animals in Campbell County.
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