QUALITY IN-HOME VETERINARY CARE
Dr. Angie O'Hearn provides personal, one on one veterinary care for your cats and dogs in the comfortable and familiar environment of your home. From wellness visits to illnesses, The Visiting Vet can examine, evaluate, and treat a variety of conditions on the spot. House calls are ideal for multiple pet homes, animals that get nervous/sick in the car or at the clinic, and limited mobility pets and owners. The convenience of a mobile veterinarian also allows you to book appointments around your busy schedule.
Sat: Call for availability
Sun: Call for availability for end of life care only
During this time, with considerations for Covid, we will be making a few changes to the normal appointment routine. We appreciate your cooperation. Call if you have any concerns regarding these protocols.
If anyone in your home is not feeling well or is quarantined for possible exposure, please call and we will reschedule as soon as possible.
All provided in the comfort of your pet's home
Comprehensive and Convenient
At The Visiting Vet, we are committed to your pet's health and happiness. We service Casper and the surrounding communities. We bring the clinic to you by providing vaccines, preventative care, and much more.
Proactive and Positive
As caring owners, you want the very best for your pet. That’s why we encourage you to schedule regular pet wellness exams. By seeking to prevent problems before they arise, you’re ensuring your pet extended health and happiness.
Acupuncture is provided in the comfort of a familiar environment. This science-based method treats a range of conditions and is most commonly used in an integrative way to manage arthritis and alleviate pain.
Peaceful and Dignified
Saying goodbye to a beloved pet can be a difficult decision. Dr. Angie can help guide your family through end of life discussions, palliative care, and euthanasia.
ABOUT DR. ANGIE
Where Pets Come First
Dr. Angie O'Hearn is a Casper native and has been offering outstanding animal care since graduating from Colorado State University in 2009. After graduation, she completed an internship in Emergency and Critical Care and has been working back in her hometown since 2011. She became certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture in 2014 and enjoys using this modality to treat and manage arthritis, orthopedic injuries, and many other conditions.
Her professional interests include Preventative care, Palliative care, and Pain Management. Her goal is to bring those years of experience to your doorstep so that she can help your pet where they’re most comfortable.
When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and one crazy dog. They love the outdoors, camping, gardening, and traveling.