Welcome to Boulder Veterinary Clinic located in beautiful Sublette County, WY. We are happy to provide general medical care for both small and large animals including livestock.

Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 9 am - 12 pm (by appointment only)
After hours emercency services available.

Office: 307.537.5256

Boulder Veterinary Clinic is located at 337 Highway 353 in Boulder, Wyoming.
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Susie Blaha is the 4th generation of a Boulder ranching family. She graduated from the Colorado State University School of Veterinary Sciences. She returned to Sublette County to establish a practice including small animals, horses and cattle. Her family is still operating a working cattle ranch along with the veterinary profession. Dr. Blaha has a special interest in both small animal and equine dentistry.


Large kennel runs are available for canine boarding. Family dogs can be housed together otherwise all dogs are kept in separate, individual runs. Cats are kept in their own private room to assure a quieter, less stressful stay at the veterinary clinic. Vaccinations are required to be current upon arrival, including the distemper/adeno/parvo/parainfluenza combo vaccine, rabies, and kennel cough. If vaccinations have not been completed here at Boulder Vet Clinic, proof the vaccinations must accompany the dog or cat upon arrival otherwise we would be happy to administer them for you. Dogs are walked twice a day in the pasture out the back for a bathroom break and to enjoy the fresh air. Please call to set up the boarding dates.


Boulder Vet Clinic is a proud distributor of Lupine pet leashes, collars and halters. We also sell a number of treats, toys and novelty items. We stock Science Diet, Royal Canin and Purina ProPlan for both cats and dogs. Requests for other prescription or special needs diets can be arranged.


>> Preventative dental care can greatly enhance the life of your friend. Just like us, pets have teeth that are meant to last a lifetime.
>> Peridontal disease occurs in both cats and dogs. As tarter builds up on the surface of the teeth, it may lead to showering of bacteria throughout the body having an effect on organs such as the heart. Yearly dental exams can help improve overall health care and give our pets the best chance at a longer, healthier life.
>> Dental radiographs are often used to reveal disease that can occur under the gum line including complications with the tooth root or reabsorption of the jaw bone. Root canals and tooth restorations are additional options offered to provide full dental care right here without having to see a specialist.



>> Annual physical exams, performed at the time of vaccinations, are recommended to determine your pet’s health status. A physical exam gives the doctor a look into your pet’s mouth, ears, eyes and throat. The lymph nodes are all palpated for enlargement and the abdomen is felt for pain or abdominal masses. The pet is examined for lumps and skin conditions and the heart is ausculted to assure appropriate rate and rhythm.
>> Pets five years of age and older should have blood work completed to evaluate organ function and blood cells. These results give veterinarians another tool to make the best medical decisions for the animals especially before administering anesthesia. Routine blood work can be completed right here in the clinic with our in-house Heska lab equipment.


>> Floating your horse’s teeth can help enhance the quality and extend the life of your horse. Performance may be improved with application of proper bit seats and the pain caused by sharp points cutting into the cheek surface can be eliminated. At Boulder Vet Clinic we use a combination of power and hand tools to assure that your horse’s teeth are well cared for.

>> Surgical patients receive careful observation while under general anesthesia. Heart rate, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, and cardiac rhythm are continuously monitored. Blood pressure is monitored using a doppler to assure that the organs are adequately perfused throughout the procedure and if not treatment is initiated.
>> Abdominal ultrasound is available for patients to gain a different perspective of what’s going on in the body than x-rays offer. We are able to determine the architecture of organs such as the kidney, liver, spleen and bladder. Additionally ultrasound can be used to diagnose pregnancies in small animals before a skeletal structure can be seen on x-ray.
>> Ultrasound is also available on the large animal side for equine reproduction and lameness issues related to tendon injuries.

>> X-rays are a great tool to look at what’s going on in the body. X-rays can not only be used to determine broken bones, but also to look at the lungs for pneumonia, the heart for signs of cardiac disease, the liver for signs of enlargement, the spleen for masses, and the kidneys size and shape. The things that can be revealed on an x-ray are endless making them a great diagnostic tool for both small animals and horses.

>> Our full facility offers a barn and stocks for examinations and treatments, two indoor stalls for horses that need to be confined out of the weather, and a number of outdoor corrals. The open space and circle drive makes driving in a horse trailer very convenient. Services extend from lameness exams, reproduction and colic to surgery such as castrations and lump removals.
>> Herd health, pregnancy evaluation, bangs vaccinations, breeding soundness exams, c-sections and all of your livestock needs. Visit the clinic to pick up your vaccine and retail products.



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