Don't let the title of this new modality in veterinary physical rehabilitation scare you!
The "shockwave" produced is through sound waves and not electricity. The acronym used for this procedure is ESWT, which stands for Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy. Extracorporeal just means that it is produced outside of the... Read More
This year we are teaming up with the Animal Medical Center of Seattle for our Annual Appreciation and CE event. We cordially invite local veterinarians and technical staff to join us at the Woodland Park Zoo on Sunday, September the 18th for a wild day filled with fun, food and education!
Please register by... Read More
The 4th of July is one of the most festive holidays we celebrate in the United States. It’s a day full of friends, family, and fireworks. While the colorful and awe-inspiring fireworks represent celebration for us, it’s a whole different story for dogs and cats.
For pets, the loud sounds and lights of fireworks are... Read More
Have you ever gone to the zoo and watched a monkey effortlessly swing through the trees? Or observed a group of playful otters gliding through the waters at the aquarium and wondered what happens if they injure themselves or require surgery? Well you’re about to find out!
Our relationship with both the Woodland Park... Read More
Dr. Kristin Kirkby Shaw is not only a surgeon, she is also certified in canine rehabilitation and sports medicine. She is currently in the UK speaking on the latest in rehabilitation at the 2016 Vet Festival.
The Vet Festival is a fun, outdoor, international event that brings together the best minds in the veterinary... Read More