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Veterinarian in Cody, WY

Welcome to Cody Veterinary Hospital, your neighborly go-to veterinarian in the picturesque town of Cody, Wyoming. We are a team of experienced veterinarians devoted to delivering top-notch care for both our small and large animal patients, including horses.

Every day, we strive to offer personalized, exceptional vet care services with our animal patients’ comfort and long-term health in mind. With us by your side, you’ll never have to worry when it comes to preventive care or managing critical health issues; even if an unexpected situation arises, we’re always on standby for any emergency support that your furry family members may need.

Call us at (307) 587-3151 to schedule an appointment today.

We are now closed on Saturdays until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience!

Veterinarian in Cody, WY

Establishing a relationship with your veterinarian is important in allowing us to properly and individually triage your concerns and needs.

Why Clients Love Us

Dr. Sarah Buri and assistant Joey Majetich saved our baby colt. We can’t express how thankful we are for there attentive care and expert knowledge. It was truly a miracle what they did to save our colt. Thanks again Sarah and Joey for your love of animals and putting up with all of all our questions and concerns.

Rod W

I’ve used them three times so far for my horses and they have the best care and are extremely knowledgeable! They have great customer service and are available for all of your questions. They are awesome to work with and I’ll be a lifetime customer

Masey T

Being new to the Cody area, my husband and I were grateful to discover this caring crew. Our elderly husky Stella took a turn for the worse and CVH was able to accommodate us during a most difficult time. So happy to have discovered CVH – they really went above and beyond ❤️

Debbie W

I have three pets over the 3 years period of time two cats and one puppy, Cody vet Hospital treat all my pets with care and love any pet needs . Vet Docs and front desk very professional. Thank you for the love and care you give us Cody Vet Hospital!

Aristi B

Dr Fred was amazing! So was our vet tech! Was greatly impressed with the quality of service we received. Dr Fred was great with my skittish dog and understood his needs and took care of him accordingly. Thank you so much!

Kathryn K

Our Veterinary Services

At Cody Veterinary Hospital, we offer a wide variety of veterinary services to cater to the needs of all types of pets.

We cater to a broad spectrum of veterinary services, accommodating small pets, large animals, and equines. Our proficient vets render superior pet care services that span from fundamental preventive measures to crucial emergency procedures. No pet is too big or small for us; we proudly care for both household pets such as dogs and cats, as well as larger farm animals, including horses and livestock.

Our experienced veterinarians are well-versed in providing top-quality veterinary care tailored to the unique health needs of each animal species. Enter our doors with your furry family member knowing that exceptional preventive and emergency care awaits them here at Cody Veterinary Hospital.

Whether it’s preventive care, critical care, or emergency care, you can trust us to deliver personalized and veterinarian compassionate service for any health issues your beloved pets may face.

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Why Choose Us

We take pride in offering top-notch veterinary services to your furry family members. Choose us for our compassionate service and decades of experience in veterinary medicine, which ensures quality care at all times.

Empathetic service is our core value, setting us apart from other vet clinics – we are genuine animal enthusiasts dedicated to delivering high-quality vet aid around the clock.

Our facility is community-based, providing personalized and exceptional care to the pets of Cody. We have specially trained veterinarians ready to handle emergency situations, preventive treatments, as well as routine check-ups.

Whether we’re needed downtown or 30 miles out, our team is always ready to provide critical pet care services whenever they are required. Book an appointment now!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept emergencies?

During office hours, we are fully equipped and ready to help with all of your emergency and critical care needs. If you find that you need emergency assistance after hours, contact us at (phone number here), although there will be additional fees included. If we are unavailable, we would recommend the following locations. They are available when we are closed and we trust them for quality care!

Prairie Summit Veterinary Services
Phone Number: (307) 250-4474
Directions Button link to maps: 180 Rd 3Dx
Cody, WY 82414
Hours: 24 Hours

Best Friends Animal Hospital & Urgent Care Center
Phone Number: (406) 255-0500
Directions Button link to maps: 1530 Popelka Drive Billings, MT 59105
Hours: 24 Hours

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What are your hours of operation?

Mon-Fri: 8am-5:30pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

What types of payment methods do you accept?

We accept Cash, Debit, Check (with valid ID), Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx, CareCredit, & ScratchPay. Payment is expected at the time of service!

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How cold is too cold? The signs of frostbite?

When temperatures drop significantly below freezing, pets are at risk for frostbite, particularly on their ears, tail, and paws. Signs of frostbite include:

  • Pale, gray, or blue skin at first, followed by red and puffy skin
  • Coldness and/or brittleness of the affected area
  • Pain when the area is touched
  • Dead or decaying skin

If you suspect your pet has frostbite, warm the affected area slowly with warm (not hot) water and seek immediate veterinary care.

Vital signs of dogs, cats, horses & bovines - warning signs to look out for?

Dogs: Normal heart rate: 60-160 beats/min; Normal respiration rate: 18-34 breaths/min; Warning signs: Lethargy, drastic weight change, difficulty breathing, seizures.

Cats: Normal heart rate: 140-220 beats/min; Normal respiration rate: 20-30 breaths/min; Warning signs: Changes in eating/drinking habits, hiding, drastic weight change, difficulty breathing.

Horses: Normal heart rate: 28-44 beats/min; Normal respiration rate: 12-20 breaths/min; Warning signs: Persistent cough, nasal discharge, lameness, sudden weight loss.

Bovine (Cattle): Normal heart rate: 48-84 beats/min; Normal respiration rate: 10-30 breaths/min; Warning signs: Drooling, bloat, lameness, sudden weight loss.

In all cases, consult your veterinarian if you observe abnormal behaviors or signs of illness in your animals.

What types of pets do you treat?

We offer a wide range of services, for everything from small pets like cats and dogs to farm animals like bovine or equine! Take a peek at our services pages for more information! Large or small, we can handle it!

Do you accept appointments? Do you accept walk-ins?

We accept appointments, although we, unfortunately, don’t take walk-ins because we want to make sure we can service all of our clients in a timely manner. If you’d like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to contact us!

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What are some common pet toxins?

Some common pet toxins include chocolate, xylitol (a sugar substitute found in some gums and baked goods), grapes, raisins, onions, garlic, certain plants (like lilies for cats and sago palm for dogs), rodenticides, antifreeze, and certain medications intended for humans, such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen. Always keep these substances out of your pet’s reach and consult your veterinarian immediately if you suspect your pet has ingested something toxic.

What Horse vaccinations are in our area?

In Wyoming, recommended core horse vaccinations include Tetanus, Eastern/Western Equine Encephalitis, Rabies, and West Nile Virus. Risk-based vaccinations, which may be recommended based on your horse’s lifestyle and location, can include Equine Influenza, Equine Herpesvirus, Strangles, and Potomac Horse Fever. It is important to consult with your veterinarian to determine the best vaccination schedule for your horse.

What are Colic symptoms?

Colic in horses refers to abdominal pain and can manifest in various ways. Common symptoms include:

  • Pacing or turning to look at the belly
  • Lying down more than usual or at odd times
  • Rolling or attempting to roll
  • Sweating excessively
  • Pawing at the ground
  • Stretching out as if to urinate without doing so
  • Elevated heart and respiratory rates
  • Reduced or absent gut sounds

If you suspect your horse has colic, it is essential to contact your veterinarian immediately.

How hot is too hot? The signs of heat stroke?

Heat stroke, a form of hyperthermia, occurs when an animal’s body temperature rises dangerously above normal due to high temperatures. Signs of heat stroke include:

  • Excessive panting or drooling
  • Bright red tongue and gums
  • Weakness or collapse
  • Vomiting or diarrhea (possibly with blood)
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Seizures or coma

If you notice these signs, move your pet to a cooler environment, apply cool (not cold) water to their body, and seek immediate veterinary care.