For Pet Owners

Committed To Being Part Of Your Pet’s Health Care Team

Put Your Pet In the Best Hands

Choosing Animal Surgical and Orthopedic Center means putting your pet in the most capable and caring hands. Our surgeons have nearly 100 years of combined orthopedic experience — a depth of specialized surgical skills that no other Pacific Northwest practice can claim. We’re locally-owned and operated with our owners working in the practice full-time, serving our patients and the community we are proud to be a part of.

With every patient we treat, we ensure we establish an accurate diagnosis, followed by a comprehensive treatment plan. we provide unparalleled care for your pet from surgery through recovery with the goal of returning your pet to a pain-free lifestyle.

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For New Patients

In order for ASOC to efficiently treat your pet, we see patients on a referral basis. We ask that your pet has been evaluated by your primary veterinarian within the past six months to confirm if a surgical referral is needed.

For Existing Patients

If you’re an existing ASOC patient, we’re available for any questions you may have, especially regarding postoperative care. Our Surgery & Recovery Hub is home to comprehensive information about what to expect after your pet’s surgery.

Useful Resources

Given our extensive experience and high standard of training, ASOC has grown to become an authority on small animal orthopedic surgery. Many veterinarians and pet owners can trust us as a go-to knowledge source for extra information.
See the below resources or get in touch:

Rehabilitation: We are proud to offer a full rehab facility on-site for veterinary rehabilitation and therapy services for surgical patients as well as pets with chronic health or weight issues.

Veterinary Associations:

American College of Veterinary Surgeons for information about veterinary surgery and other helpful topics.

American Veterinary Medical Association for information on veterinarians’ training, conduct, and other useful information.

North American Veterinary Technicians Association for information on veterinary technicians.

Lost Pets (for if you’ve lost your pet or have discovered a lost pet)