From the Blog

Tick Prevention for Horses

We have been receiving reports of ticks on horses in our area recently and wanted to share how you can prevent ticks from attaching to your horse and kill any that may already be on them. Vectra 3D is a topical flea and tick medication labeled for dog use but is safely used in horses […]

Online Pharmacy

News Flash!! We have a new online pharmacy to make shopping for your pet, horse or farm animal fast and easy!! The pharmacy is run by our supplier and all of the products are safe and genuine.  We offer prescription as well as over the counter items for a one stop shop.

Equine Influenza

Despite the fact that influenza is a well-known disease (Hippocrates  first described a disease resembling influenza in 412 B.C.), the virus continues to cause significant morbidity and mortality in humans and animals alike. Equine influenza is a highly contagious respiratory disease that affects horses, donkeys, mules, and zebras. Clinical signs can include fever, malaise, nasal […]

Equipulse PEMF Therapy

Mt. Laramie Veterinary Services has recently invested in a Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (PEMF) unit known as “Equipulse”.  This tool adds to our diagnostic and healing capabilities.  MLVS makes every effort to be open to new healing techniques and technologies.  After extensive research, we decided to include PEMF in our practice. As the latest drug free, […]

New Pharmacy Site

MLVS has decided to move to a new online pharmacy system.  With this new pharmacy offering, we have more control over the pricing which should lower costs for our clients.  We also feel the customer service is superior to our previous system.  This system has very close integration with our existing suppliers, which will reduce […]

Horse Deworming Schedule

Fecal Egg Counts – perform on all horses prior to deworming in Spring and Fall. The specific medication used will be determined by what type of parasitacide resistance we see on the farm. This will take some time to determine and may change over time, hence the importance of bi-annual FEC. Adult Horses Low shedders […]


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Kathe Smothers: Mt. Laramie Veterinary Services and Lindsay Crowley DVM are very professional, compassionate and understanding of their clients needs. Dr. Crowley has a compassion for the animals and an understanding of her clients needs both medically and monetarily that I very much appreciate. Dr. Crowley does an excellent job of creating a relationship with the animals prior to treatment which helps the animals trust her as she is working with them. Read more..

Thomas Firth: My wife, Cathy, was distraught, to say the least. “She’s my favorite chicken, something’s wrong, she’s dying,” she cried. "Perfect,” I thought, as I placed the coals neatly in the Weber. I hadn’t had a beer-can chicken for ages, and suddenly I had the craving. Already almost tasting my favorite culinary delight, the situation began to deteriorate as a truck raced up the road and slid into the driveway in a cloud of dust; it was Dr. Lindsay Crowley. Read More..