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Uinta Veterinary Hospital provides comprehensive services for all species.  We provide services for the following species: 

  • Cattle

  • Horses

  • Ruminant Animals

  • Dogs and Cats

  • Pocket Pets (reptiles, rodents, and birds)


Companion Animal Dentals 

Uinta Veterinary Hospital encourages our clients to get their companion animal's teeth checked at least once a year.  Dental disease is one of the most common diseases in companion animals which can lead to serious veterinary issues including organ failure.  If your pet is experiencing bad breath, tartar and plaque, or trouble chewing food, please have their teeth examined for potential problems.  


Equine Dentals 

Did you know that in the state of Wyoming, a lay dentist can not perform dentals without the direct supervision of a veterinarian?  Remember that a lot can go wrong with sedation when given to a large animal like a horse and a veterinarian is trained to understand how to help horses that may have a reaction.  They are also very educated in the whole body of a horse as well as their teeth.  If there are any other problems with your horse during the dental a veterinarian can also diagnose and treat those conditions.  

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Orthopedic/Soft Tissue Surgery

At Uinta Veterinary Hospital we can perform many orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries that other veterinarians may need to refer.  Save time and money by coming to Uinta Veterinary Hospital to allow our doctors to perform those complicated surgeries that referral hospitals may perform.  You will pay a fraction of the cost of the "big city" referral hospitals with a great outcome!   



We provide routine vaccinations for companion animals, equine, and cattle species.  Routine vaccinations help to prevent your animals from getting diseases that could be life threatening.  Learn what we recommend for vaccination protocols for: 




Comprehensive Cattle Services 

Here is a list of the comprehensive cattle services we currently provide at Uinta Veterinary Hospital: 

  • Ultrasound Pregnancy Diagnosis

  • Semen/Trich Testing

  • Pulmonary Arterial Testing (high elevation)

  • Bangs Vaccination

  • Brucellosis Testing/Bleeding

  • Heifer Spaying

  • Artificial Insemination

  • Embryo Transfer 

  • Herd Health Program

  • Record Keeping

  • Cattle Marketing Plan

  • Vaccination Protocol

  • Emergency services such as calving, dystocia, c-sections, and prolapses.


Equine Services 

Here is a list of equine services that Uinta Veterinary Hospital currently provides: 

  • Equine Chiropractic

  • Equine Dentals

  • Lameness Exams/Diagnosis

  • Radiographs

  • Castrations/Spays

  • Hernia Repair

  • Reproduction Services 

  • Artificial Insemination

  • Embryo Transfer

  • Routine Services

  • Emergency Services 

  • Don't see a service, don't be afraid to ask if we perform it. 


Routine Surgery

Uinta Veterinary Hospital provides routine surgeries on all companion animals.  A routine surgery receives the following items. 

  • Pre-anesthetic blood work to ensure that your pet is healthy enough to go under anesthesia.  

  • Fluids if your pet is over the age of 7 or in critical condition.  

  • Post-operative Cold Laser Therapy to help aid in healing of the surgical site.

  • I/D food to be sent home to help with stomach issues that anesthesia may cause.  

  • Pain medications and antibiotics if needed.  


Cold Laser Therapy 

Uinta Veterinary Hospital offers Cold Laser Therapy as an aid in many health problems in pets.  Here are a few of the benefits that it offers.  

  • Rapid relief of pain

  • Strong anti-inflammatory effect

  • No known side effects

  • Speeds the healing process

The Cold Laser Treats the following problems: 

  • Tendon and ligament injuries

  • Soft tissue injuries

  • Muscle strains and tears

  • Sore Muscles and Joints

  • Degenerative joint conditions

  • Neurological conditions

  • General pain

  • Musculoskeletal disorders

  • Anti-inflammation problems

Feedback is Important to Us! 

If you encounter a problem or had a great experience, please let us know.  We cannot improve our business without constructive in-person feedback.  Don't let yourself be a keyboard warrior and leave a terrible review without discussing your concerns with us first!  

Please remember to be patient and kind.  Veterinary Hospitals are finding it very difficult to hire trained staff and veterinarians which makes it harder to do our jobs each day.  Our staff goes above and beyond for your pets and appreciates to be treated with respect and kindness.  

If you are frustrated, please make sure to talk to our practice manager so that we can make sure your experience at our hospital is the best experience it can possibly be.  

We appreciate your business, and we thank you for supporting SMALL! 

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