In most cases if your pet needs orthopedic surgery, there will be an extended post-op recovery period afterwards. Keeping your pet safe in the short term and mobile in the long term is an important aspect of any recovery plan.
In this blog, we cover the ideal steps all pet-owners should strive to adhere to following... Read More
As Dr. Eide begins her third month as Animal Surgical Clinic’s Canine Rehabilitation specialist, Teresa Casson, our lead veterinary technician, checked in with her to see how ASCS’s rehabilitation program is progressing.
Tracking Dr. Eide down for a quick interview proved to be a challenge as Rehab has quickly... Read More
We are excited to introduce our newest addition to the ASCS family, Dr. Leslie Eide, who will be overseeing our rehabilitation department beginning the first week in January.
Dr. Eide graduated from Colorado State University's Veterinary School in 2006. She completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine in... Read More
We would like to welcome the newest member of the ASCS family of surgeons!
Meet Kristin Kirkby Shaw, DVM, MS, PhD, Diplomate ACVS, Diplomate ACVSMR.
Dr. Kristin Kirkby Shaw is an accomplished and highly skilled double board-certified veterinary surgeon who has done extensive research in soft tissue surgery and... Read More
Like any dog who loves his work, Port of Seattle explosives detection dog, Xxandy, would have continued to happily work on only three legs! But when he started displaying brief episodes of rear limb lameness, cooler heads prevailed and his handler, GeorgeAnn, brought him to board-certified surgeon, Dr. Allen Johnson, for... Read More
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