NOW OFFERING LIMITED URGENT CARE APPOINTMENTS FOR NEW AND EXISTING CLIENTS!

We are excited to announce that we are now offering a limited number of Urgent Care appointments on Monday, Thursday, and Friday mornings! Urgent Care appointments are for pets who have non-life-threatening situations but still need to be seen by a doctor as soon as possible, such as vomiting, diarrhea, not eating/drinking, urinary issues, ear/eye issues, minor wounds, etc.These will be “drop off” appointments and may be scheduled by calling us at (206) 523-7187. Urgent Care appointments are available for both established and new clients and require a deposit at the time of booking. Our case load capacity will vary daily, so please call early to best ensure your pet can be seen.

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Fleas

Fleas

Everything you need to know for treatment and prevention Fleas – what’s the big deal? Fleas are the most common external parasite we deal with in our pets. They are fast, sneaky, and prolific opportunists who will try to catch a ride and snag a meal from any mammal it...

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RABBIT HEMMORHAGIC DISEASE

RABBIT HEMMORHAGIC DISEASE

WE HAVE THE MEDGENE™ RABBIT HEMMORHAGIC DISEASE (RHDV2) VACCINE! We are on a mission to get as many rabbits vaccinated as soon as possible and have started offering this vaccine during special vaccine clinic days. Our first special rabbit vaccine clinic day was a huge...

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Leptospirosis: What exactly is it?

Leptospirosis: What exactly is it?

When you get a new dog, one of the first things you do is take it to the vet to “get its shots”. Most people remember the core vaccines – distemper (a combination vaccine that guards against four to 5 canine-specific viruses), rabies (required by law in most states),...

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Oh, Christmas Tree!: Keeping Your Cats Safe at Christmas

Oh, Christmas Tree!: Keeping Your Cats Safe at Christmas

Okay, guys, time for a Christmas joke! What do you get when you eat Christmas decorations? Tinselitis! (Pause for laughter)It’s not Christmas without a tree, but cats aren’t cats without a strong sense of curiosity!Alright, that was a bad joke, but Christmas...

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