From the moment you enter the Cheyenne Pet Clinic, you and your pet will receive the best possible care in the field of veterinary medicine. Our practice welcomes patients from Cheyenne, WY and surrounding communities. We help you care for your pet by offering quality veterinary services through a responsive, professional team of friendly, knowledgeable, caring individuals.
Your pet will receive personal attention in a state-of-the-art facility from a team that is genuinely committed to helping them live a long and healthy life. We are here for your pet through every phase of life. You can count on our practice for everything from emergency veterinary care to routine exams and dentistry, to laser surgery and geriatric vet care.
For more information about our services, available treatments, or to schedule an appointment for your pet, please contact us today at 307-635-4121! We look forward to hearing from you and caring for your pets.
We here at Cheyenne Pet Clinic always want to provide you and your beloved furry family members with the most update-to-date and accurate information on the impact of COVID-19 is having on our community. Here is a direct link to the CDC with most up-to-date information on the virus, CDC.gov
Given the uncertainties posed by the rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic we will continue to server our wonderful community with the exceptional veterinary care. We have a role to play in helping in the health and welfare of not only you, our community members, but to your family pets most of all.
Please have patience with our clinic during this time as we are a privately owned small business. We will be short staffed due to illnesses and school closures at this time as many of our staff have young children. Wait times may also be increased due to intensifying cleaning procedures and thoroughly cleaning each room in between appointments.
If you are ill or experiencing fever, cough, sore throat, or runny nose please call to reschedule your appointment to a later date. In case of emergency, please call the front desk first and let us know so we can provide further instruction prior to coming in to the clinic.
FAQs about COVID-19 and pets. Our answers are based on information from the Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization and the American Veterinary Medical Association, and are accurate as of March 14, 2020. Information may change as we learn more, so please check with the CDC for the latest news and information.
Q: Can my pet get COVID-19?A: The United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has NOT reported any cases of pets or other animals becoming sick with COVID-19 in the United States.
Q: Can pets spread COVID-19?
A: According the CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO) to date, there is no evidence to suggest that companion animals or pets can spread the virus. *The source of the virus is thought to be an exotic animal source, (potentially a bat) and NOT from any type of domesticated species, such as dogs or cats.
Q: If a person is positive for COVID-19 and has pets, what should they do?
A: Out of an abundance of caution, if a person is sick with COVID-19, they should limit their interaction with pets and animals, just as they would with other people. Those diagnosed with COVID-19 should avoid the following interactions with their pets:
• Petting or cuddling
• Sharing Food
• Being licked by their pet and/or giving their pet kisses
Here is what the CDC has to say:
"You should restrict contact with pets and other animals while you are sick with COVID-19, just like you would around other people. Although there have not been reports of pets or other animals becoming sick with COVID-19, it is still recommended that people sick with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known about the virus. When possible, have another member of your household care for your animals while you are sick."
Here is a link to "How to Protect Myself" from the Centers of Disease Control.
CDC How to Protect Myself
Additionally, the American Veterinary Medical Association recommends making an emergency kit for your pet, containing at least 2 weeks’ worth of your pet's food and any necessary medications.