Animal Emergency Clinic of Everett

Animal Emergency Clinic of Everett Emergency Clinic available 24-hours, 365 days, evenings, weekends and holidays. Animal Emergency Clinic of Everett has been providing top quality care using the most current technology and medications to our clients for over 25 years.

Our surgeries are performed by dedicated and skilled veterinarians and our staff provides competent and loving care to your pet. Call us today for more information.

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02/02/2017

Be very careful with sugarless gum and sugar-free candy that is sweetened with xylitol. This sugar substitute triggers the release of insulin in dogs and causes very low blood sugar. This can cause liver failure and be fatal. If you suspect your dog has ingested any sugarless gum, there is no time to waste. A trip to the vet – no matter the time of the day or night – must be immediate.

01/31/2017

Paraveterinary workers, including veterinary nurses, technicians, and assistants, normally assist vets in their work, or they may also work within their own scope of practice. It really depends on their specific skills and qualifications. In some cases, they may even perform minor surgeries.

01/26/2017

If you suspect that your pet has ingested a poison or other toxic substance, it’s important to contact a vet as soon as possible. With certain poisons, it may be necessary to induce vomiting.

01/24/2017

A great emergency vet is the best way to ensure that, no matter when your pet begins to have a problem, you can get the services you need to get them on the road back to wellness quickly.

01/19/2017

When you have a medical emergency, you go to the emergency room. The same option is there for your pet. If your pet is having a medical emergency, emergency veterinary services are there to help!

01/17/2017

During an ultrasound imaging procedure, the probe and receiver transmit and process millions of high-frequency sound pulses every single second. These pulses are sent and reprocessed continuously as the imaging probe is guided over your pet’s body.

01/12/2017

If you were making bread from scratch and later notice your dog disoriented and displaying a lack of coordination, the problem could be alcohol intoxication from the yeast in the dough. It’s best if your dog is monitored by a veterinarian until he or she recovers completely.

01/10/2017

While kittens depend on their mother’s milk for their first few weeks of life, adult cats can become ill if they are fed large amounts of milk. It's preferred to feed cats water, but if you decide to give them milk as a treat, just be sure to do so in smaller doses.

01/05/2017

Contrary to the old adage, cats don’t always land on their feet. If your cat has fallen, it’s a good idea to monitor their movements afterwards. While they may be okay if they just have a slight limp to their walk, the inability to put any pressure on a limb or paw could mean something more serious.

01/03/2017

When it comes to dogs, one of the most life-threatening things that can happen to them is known as “bloat” and requires immediate attention. Symptoms to look for include restlessness, inability to lie down comfortably, and attempting to vomit, to name a few.

12/29/2016

If your pet is showing abnormal eating habits, such as dropping its food or chewing on one side of its mouth, it could be a swelling of the mouth, which is a sign that your pet has ingested a toxic plant. If this happens, you need to consult an emergency veterinarian hospital as soon as possible.

12/27/2016

Our pets aren’t able to tell us when they’re in pain with words, so they use other signs. If you think your pet is in pain, look out for the most common signs which include howling or meowing loudly, panting, or even hiding.

12/22/2016

Many animals are referred to overnight veterinary emergency hospitals if they require 24-hour monitoring, either pre- or post-treatment. Emergency clinics have professional staff trained to monitor your pet and report immediately if there is a problem.

12/20/2016

If your pet has endured trauma right away, such as being hit by a car, then you need to make an immediate trip to the veterinary emergency hospital. Even if he or she seems fine, there could be internal damage that poses a threat to his or her well-being.

12/15/2016

There are obvious times when your cat needs immediate emergency treatment, but some indications aren't as obvious. For example, if your cat is breathing with its mouth open - which is very unusual for cats - and showing other signs of distress, it's time for emergency care.

12/13/2016

If you believe your dog has eaten rat poisoning, it's vital to get to your vet or emergency hospital as soon as possible. Small dogs are particularly at risk, as the poison will trigger internal bleeding that requires immediate attention.

12/08/2016

Pets can be poisoned by many of the same things that poison humans. Keep chemicals such as antifreeze and cleaning supplies out of reach or behind locked doors. Pet poisons also include plants and some human foods and medications.

12/06/2016

Signs of ocular disease, or eye disease, in your pet include redness of the eye, discharge, excessive tearing, swelling, squinting, or constant pawing at the eye. Even if it is just a foreign body in the eye or a superficial scratch on the cornea, prompt veterinary treatment can prevent a minor problem from becoming a serious one.

12/01/2016

If your pet is having a seizure, try to remove any nearby objects and let nature take its course. Be sure to time the seizure, and once it’s over, get your pet to the animal hospital as soon as possible.

11/29/2016

While getting your pet to take its pills can seem like a test of wills at times, it's often all too happy to eat your pills if you leave them out. Remember, your medication could do serious damage to your pet, so bring it in right away.

11/24/2016

Is your puppy refusing to eat or drink? In a young animal, it doesn't take long to become dehydrated, which can be quite dangerous. Don't wait until the morning; instead, head to an emergency clinic for immediate care.

11/22/2016

Why would you need to have an emergency vet in mind? For the same reasons that you might benefit from knowing the local ER’s for your two legged family. It’s simply information that you can use to decide your course of action if the worst happens.

11/17/2016

Dogs only sweat from the bottoms of their feet, which means the only way they can release the heat is by panting. This explains why dogs usually have their tongues out, especially in warmer weather.

11/15/2016

Did you know that cats will often hide in a closet or under a bush if they are in pain? Other less-known signs are an altered facial expression, unusual posture, or a high level of restlessness.

11/10/2016

Do you know the symptoms of shock in pets? This usually includes weak pulse, shallow breathing, nervousness, and dazed eyes, and typically follows severe injury or extreme fright.

11/08/2016

MRI imaging scans can be used to examine your pet’s internal organs and structures. MRIs often reveal information not shown by other scans, so they’re useful in assessing internal conditions such as potential bone damage, bleeding, organ and blood vessel functions, infections or tumors.

11/03/2016

We understand that the last thing you want to do is hurt your cat or make its injury worse when you move it. If you aren’t sure how best to transport your cat, give us a call before moving it, and we may be able to offer advice.

11/01/2016

It’s not unusual for some dogs to chew on virtually anything, making poisoning a serious risk. Before heading to the emergency vet, identify the poison and bring a sample of it with you. That can be extremely helpful because the vet must identify the poison before determining the proper treatment.

10/27/2016

According to the 2013-2014 APPA National Pet Owners Survey, 68 percent of U.S. households own at least one pet, which amounts to 82.5 million homes. The survey was first conducted in 1988 and resulted in 56 percent of households owning a pet.

10/25/2016

Did you know that it's estimated that $55.53 billion will be spent on all the pets in the U.S.? The breakdown includes food, supplies, medicine, vet care, live animal purchases, grooming, and boarding. We definitely love our furry friends.

10/20/2016

Getting your pet the health care they need in an emergency isn’t always an easy thing to do. A great emergency vet can help, though. They have all of the equipment and services you may need to get to the bottom of the situation.

10/18/2016

The bad news? Your pet is ill or injured. The good news? DVMs specializing in emergency and critical veterinary care have completed three additional years of training related to emergency diagnosis, surgical intervention, and critical care methods for animals with acute injuries or illnesses.

10/13/2016

If you have a dog, and you like to give it bones, make sure that they are solid beef bones. Pork or chicken bones can splinter and get caught in your pet's throat or actually perforate its bowels, leading to a life or death situation.

10/11/2016

If your pet has sustained a trauma, such as a car accident, be very careful because pets in that situation may even bite their owners. Pick up the pet as carefully as possible and remember to support the neck before heading immediately to an emergency vet hospital.

10/06/2016

Veterinary emergency hospitals often have veterinarian specialists in emergency and critical care, trained and dedicated to treating life-threatening conditions. They go through extra years of training and pass certification exams.

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3625 Rucker Ave
Everett, WA
98201

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(425) 258-4466

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