Pet Owner Resources
Quality Veterinary Care in Cheyenne, WY
The team at Tri-State Veterinary Clinic in Cheyenne, WY, cares deeply about the health of your pet. Here, we treat you like family. Therefore, we gladly provide you with all of the resources you might need to ensure you are prepared for your visit. On this page are materials you may find helpful in caring for your dog or cat, whether you are a brand-new or veteran pet owner.
What to Expect
When you come to Tri-State Veterinary Clinic, you can expect great services from a professional team of friendly, knowledgeable individuals who love animals. Both you and your pet are sure to leave happy and assured that your dog or cat’s health is in the best of hands.
You should be prepared to bring your pets in for an annual health exam to make sure their exams are up-to-date. We will give them a full-body, including dental, check-up to assure everything is working properly, using state-of-the-art equipment. Be sure to come in with any questions you may have and with your pet’s medical history. Keep track of any strange behaviors your pet has developed and we can discuss and investigate them at your appointment.
Dr. Thompson may refer you to a specialist if he sees it best for your pet to visit someone with more thorough expertise in areas from which your pet would benefit.
Sometimes, you need quick information when it comes to your pet. But there’s so much on the Internet; how can you know what to trust? Tri-State has taken the work out of the research for you. Below are some resources that you can trust for valuable, accurate information. And when in doubt, you can always give our office a call at (307) 632-5531 and we would be glad to answer questions or address any concerns.
• American Animal Hospital Association
• American Board of Veterinary Practitioners
• American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
• American Kennel Club
• American Veterinary Medical Association
• Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
• Agility Information
• Center for Veterinary Medicine- U.S. Food and Drug Administration
At Tri-State Veterinary Clinic, in order to maximize our time spent with patients and to minimize prices, we do not bill. Therefore, we ask that our customers pay at the time of appointment or service. We accept debit and credit (Visa, MasterCard, Discover), checks and cash.
Many of our customers rely on insurance to help pay for their pets’ healthcare. Check out the resources below for more information.