Welcome To The Stock Doc
The Stock Doc offers so much more than just basic care for your pet. We are a full-service animal hospital and are proud to be able to offer our clients advanced dentistry with full mouth dental x-rays; laser and acupuncture therapy; orthopedic external fixator surgery; constant monitoring and recording of vitals during surgery; and posted Saturday hours. Dr. Amy Stockton, Dr. Miranda Townsend, Dr. Brandi Waheed, and Dr. Caitlin O’Connor are all licensed Wyoming veterinarians who treat all types of pets. Your pets’ health and well-being are paramount to us and we will give your animals all the compassionate, quality care they deserve.
Comprehensive care, one convenient location
Ultrasounding is a quick and painless procedure. It uses sound waves to allow us to see inside your pets, without using the harmful radiation produced when we take x-rays.Learn More
For small animals, the insertion of acupuncture needles is virtually painless. The larger needles necessary for large animals may cause some pain as the needle passes through the skin. In all animals, once the needles are in place, there should be no pain.Learn More
Your Riverton Veterinarian
Dr. Stockton has years of experience treating serious conditions, offering regular pet wellness care, performing acupuncture and consulting on behavior issues. Dr. Townsend’s special interests are in acupuncture, orthopedic surgery and livestock medicine; Dr. Waheed has a special interest in equine surgery and lameness and equine dentistry.
In addition to first-rate pet care, we ensure that our clinic is comfortable, friendly and calm. We strive to be a “fear-free” clinic so your pet can relax and look forward to their time with their favorite vet. We frequently find our dog patients dragging their owners into the clinic! We are the only clinic in Fremont County that offers care for your pet 24/7, 365. Please give us a call at (307) 856-7764 to make your appointment and let us give your pet the compassionate care they deserve.
Blood Donor Program
The Stock Doc maintains a community-based blood donor program for both dogs and cats. The pets that donate to this program, and their owners, are amazing and their efforts have saved countless lives. The purpose of the blood donor program is to provide blood and blood products for use in our canine and feline patients.
How can your dog become a blood donor? They must be between 1 and 10 years old; they must be in good health based on a physical exam by our veterinarians; they must weigh at least 60 pounds to donate a full unit; they cannot have had previous blood transfusions; they cannot be receiving any medication other than heartworm preventative; and the female donors must be spayed and never been pregnant.