Put Your Pet In Caring Hands

At Blue Sky Animal Hospital, we have a motto:
Kindness, courtesy, and respect.
Every appointment, every time.

Portrait of Dr Jeff Johnson of Blue Sky Animal Hospital

Comprehensive Small Animal Hospital Serving Wyoming, MN

Your dogs and cats are more than just pets. They are part of your family. We would be honored to treat them as part of our family as well.

Blue Sky Animal Hospital is proud to serve Wyoming, MN, and the surrounding area as a full-service animal hospital. Our clinic is led by Dr. Jeff Johnson, a licensed veterinarian with over 33 years of experience as a mixed animal practitioner. 

Exams & Consultations

Bringing your pet to the doctor for regular exams is a key part of maintaining a healthy animal. It can benefit your pet's well-being and longevity and may catch health issues before they become more significant and more costly.

Dental Care & Teeth Cleaning

Healthy teeth and gums are important to every animal, not just humans. Let us inspect & clean your pet's teeth, and help teach you how to maintain their healthy smile.


From laser therapy and ultrasound, to acupuncture and digital radiology, our state-of-the-art animal hospital is equipped with the latest technology to care for your canine or kitty.

What People Say About Us

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Life At Blue Sky

Blue Sky Animal Hospital is more than just a place to work. We are a family. Our staff are what makes us unique and we take our commitment to them seriously. We know how much our staff invests of themselves in their time with us – and we make it a priority to invest in them.

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Pet Resources

Our collection of sound advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy, so they can keep you happy and healthy.

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Urgent Update: Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI)

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza has been confirmed on 21 Minnesota properties as of April 7th. Officials are working to contain and control this foreign animal disease introduction in our state. We are sharing resources to keep you informed and help you prevent the spread of this disease.

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