The winner of our poetry contest, in honor of National Poetry Month, is Amber McQuoid. She penned a poignant poem honoring her beloved dog, Gracie, who eventually lost a long fought battle with degenerative myelopathy. We asked Amber to give us a bit more history on Gracie and their relationship and she wrote us a... Read More
Here in Seattle it feels like spring comes early and stays longer. Our breezy marine climate may have something to do with that! But with every seasonal change comes new health and safety measures to keep in mind for our pets.
Six Spring Safety Tips for Your Pet
New flowers are blooming and weeds are... Read More
This week marks National Pet Poison Prevention Week, so we can’t think of a better opportunity to introduce you to some of the myriad of toxins out in our everyday environment that can pose a risk to our pets’ health.
Most all are familiar with the dangers of rodenticides, slug bait and anti-freeze if ingested. The... Read More
It all begins with the mouth. The mouth is the first part of the digestive tract. When your pet’s mouth is healthy and clean, it contributes to their overall health. On the other hand, severe infections in the mouth can affect your pet’s internal organs as bacteria can enter the bloodstream. A mouth with advanced... Read More
As we wrap up the year, we wanted to spend some time reflecting on a few memorable moments of 2016. It’s not surprising that many of the year’s best moments were because of YOU. We are honored to have an amazing community of clients, veterinarians, and general animal lovers who support and applaud the work we do.
Here... Read More