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Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle

Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle Serving animals and their companions with specialized veterinary care and 24-hour emergency services. We are the premiere NW veterinary center dedicated to improving the quality of life for pets by providing compassionate, innovative healthcare.

Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle in Lynnwood offers 24-hour emergency and critical care for your pet. Our AAHA-accredited team includes emergency and board-certified veterinary specialists whose approach to veterinary medicine enables them to work together in support of our mission to improve the quality of life for pets and their owners. As an AAHA accredited animal hospital โ€“ a title only

Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle in Lynnwood offers 24-hour emergency and critical care for your pet. Our AAHA-accredited team includes emergency and board-certified veterinary specialists whose approach to veterinary medicine enables them to work together in support of our mission to improve the quality of life for pets and their owners. As an AAHA accredited animal hospital โ€“ a title only

Operating as usual

Beautiful spring weather is here and we want to remind you that even on 70-degree days, like it will be today, the tempe...
04/07/2022

Beautiful spring weather is here and we want to remind you that even on 70-degree days, like it will be today, the temperatures in your car can rise to 90-degrees.

With Easter fast approaching we wanted to remind the Easter Bunny to keep pet safety in mind. ๐Ÿฃ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿฐ#easter #pethealth #dog...
04/05/2022

With Easter fast approaching we wanted to remind the Easter Bunny to keep pet safety in mind. ๐Ÿฃ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿฐ

#easter #pethealth #dogs #cats #vetmedlife

04/03/2022

Just lovely. Thank you Doggie Drawings by Lili Chin and Companion Animal Psychology for this share. A guide how your cat's life should be! Love this!

03/28/2022

National Poison Prevention Week is in full swing! Here is a list of our Top 2021 Toxins based on calls we have received!

We want to introduce you to the fabulous Petey. Hi, my name is Petey! I'm a cute tabby cat. My people adopted me from an...
03/28/2022

We want to introduce you to the fabulous Petey.

Hi, my name is Petey! I'm a cute tabby cat. My people adopted me from an animal shelter about twelve years ago when I was just a kitten. I like sitting in cardboard boxes and in kitty cubes. I also like snoozing in my favorite chair.

About six months ago, I started acting strange. I forgot how to use my litter box and how to groom myself. I also started walking around in circles and sometimes lost my balance and fell on the floor. My regular vet said I needed a neurologist because something might be wrong with my brain. Luckily, my people found Dr. Lindsey Peterson, a neurologist at VSC of Seattle. She took MRI pictures of my brain and found a tumor growing on top of my brain and making me forget how to act like a normal healthy kitty. Dr. Peterson took me to surgery to remove the tumor (that's right, I had brain surgery!!!). The surgery was successful. Within two weeks, I was acting like my old self again. Yay! My people are very grateful they found all the good people at VSC of Seattle, and I will be with them for years to come, thanks, especially to Dr. Peterson and the neurology department at VSC.

Easter is fast approaching. We want to remind you that Easter Lilies kill cats. Please donโ€™t keep these anywhere in your...
03/27/2022

Easter is fast approaching. We want to remind you that Easter Lilies kill cats. Please donโ€™t keep these anywhere in your home if you have a cat and donโ€™t gift them if you think there are pets in the household.

If you suspect your cat has licked or eaten a leaf or a flower please bring them in immediately. 425-697-6106

Photos from Woodland Park Zoo's post
03/23/2022

Photos from Woodland Park Zoo's post

Meet Tiberius, the cute little paraplegic Corgi. This handsome boy acutely lost the function of his back limbs. He was s...
03/23/2022

Meet Tiberius, the cute little paraplegic Corgi. This handsome boy acutely lost the function of his back limbs. He was seen by our neurology team and had an MRI of his spine. Our neurologist and radiologist reviewed the MRI, and it was determined that Tiberius needed surgery to repair a herniated disc (hemilaminectomy). He did terrific under anesthesia and recovered well from surgery. Unfortunately, despite surgery, Tiberius did not gain back sensation in his rear limbs, so he was fit with a wheelchair and living his best life.

Since Tiberius lives in Winthrop, his fabulous parents got ski attachments for his wheelchair so he could still play in the snow!

We ask his owner to share their story and here it is:
We live in a remote mountain town about 230 miles from the Seattle area. Last July as wildfires broke out in our valley, our 4-1/2-year-old Cardigan Corgi, Tiberius, awakened us before dawn by dragging himself from his bed to ours. His hind-end was immobile. Our local vet met us before 6 a.m. at her clinic and made arrangements with the neurology department Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle.
Kathryn and Tiberius made the trip without Patrick because he had to stay home to run our dog boarding kennel, Roverโ€™s Ranch. The five-hour drive to Lynnwood was terrifying. As the trip progressed Tiberiusโ€™ distress increased. Upon arrival at VSC, the entire staff immediately set to work to stabilize Tiberius. Dr. Julie Egnor explained the need for surgery to Patrick and Kathryn clearly and with compassion. Tiberius needed a hemilaminectomy to address acute onset paraplegia with loss of deep pain sensation due to disk rupture.

Tiberius remained in VSCโ€™s hospital for over a week to ensure he was stable while Patrick and Kathryn prepared their home and kennel for wildfire evacuation. He was released with there still being no brain โ€“ body connection to his hind end and extremities. Also, he had one spot on his spine where part of a vertebrae had to be removed to access the spinal injury. During his hospital stay, his lower spine and extremities had atrophied substantially. All this meant that we needed to learn how to: express Tiberiusโ€™ bladder, stimulate his bowels, and perform range of motion exercises with his hind limbs while being terrified we could accidentally hurt him.
Those first few weeks would not have been possible, had Kathryn (who had stayed in Seattle with Tiberius while fires burned near Patrick & Kathrynโ€™s home) not been able to call VSC several times and actually come to VSC a couple of times for help in expressing his bladder. The key to success for Kathryn was learning from VSC a little about Tiberiusโ€™ anatomy. Yes โ€“ the bladder feels like a little water balloon, but frankly, when you donโ€™t know what you are doing, there are many body parts/organs in the general vicinity of the bladder that also feel like a water balloon of sorts. We highly recommend asking for assistance in understanding your dogโ€™s own body and how to orient yourself to the bladder!
We worked with Dr. Egnor and the wonderful staff at VSC to bring Tiberius through this horrific ordeal to a new and, yes, happy life. From the get-go Dr. Egnor indicated that Tiberius would be a good candidate for a wheelchair because he was very fit and at an optimal weight when the disk rupture happened. That has proven to be true.
We have taken a number of steps to ensure that Tiberius had the best outcome possible, including electro acupuncture and hydrotherapy. Tiberius remains a paraplegic, but has reflexes in both hind legs, which help him to maintain some muscle mass. Weโ€™ve gotten very adept at expressing his bladder and stimulating his bowels, and weโ€™ve come up with many creative ways to give him mental and sensory stimulation, physical exercise, training, and play!
Here's what has especially helped:
โ€ข Being able to check back with Dr. Egnor to determine Tiberiusโ€™ status and what we can be doing to help him.
โ€ข Getting a K-9 cart (k9carts.com โ€“ an excellent wheelchair with ski attachments)
โ€ข Getting rehab therapy to help bring back some muscle mass and to develop some reflex movement
โ€ข Finding ways to protect his lower limbs and body as he drags himself around the house โ€“ velco and felt booties or socks that go up to his thighs help. Drag bags are essential, but weโ€™re working on a design that doesnโ€™t put so much pressure on his neck.
โ€ข Getting out with him (supervision is a must) to let him sniff, engage with small dogs and one border collie who likes to run with him without any body contact
โ€ข Doing obedience training exercises using some of his daily kibble intake as treats
โ€ข Playing hide and seek
โ€ข Going for walks or skis (we walk โ€“ he skis)
โ€ข Getting him out with people

Living with and caring for a paraplegic dog is not easy โ€“ we wonโ€™t lie โ€“ it is like having an infant โ€“ but it is worth the effort. It helps that both Kathryn and Patrick work from home.
What weโ€™ve learned: dogs are resilient and adaptable. Dogs โ€“ especially adorable dogs like Tiberius in a wheelchair are a huge motivator for and inspiration to many people โ€“ some who are dealing with their own disabilities and some who have a pet in a similar circumstance. We have had many long conversations with strangers who have approached us because they are overjoyed to see such a happy dog in a wheelchair.
We are grateful to everyone at VSC and our rehabilitation veterinary team at Animal Wellness & Rehab Center in Bellevue and our own dear local vets at Winthrop Veterinary Clinic. All of these people have carried us through a very difficult time and are a continued source of support.

03/21/2022

Every year, we share the most common calls received here at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center. After crunching the numbers, we're releasing our Top 10 Pet Toxins of 2021 - right in time for Poison Prevention Week!

03/20/2022

This week is National Poison Prevention Week. You can help keep your pets safe by learning more about poison prevention. Visit http://bit.ly/2Wfs1Zi to see what hazards might be lurking in your household and be sure to follow along with us this week as we'll be sharing more poison prevention tips.

03/20/2022
With St. Patrickโ€™s Day, tomorrow here are a few things to keep in mind to keep your pets safe.
03/16/2022
Keep Pets Safe on St. Patrickโ€™s Day

With St. Patrickโ€™s Day, tomorrow here are a few things to keep in mind to keep your pets safe.

St. Patrickโ€™s Day is full of fun festivities, but also some potential hazards for our pets. The APCC has some topline items to watch out for to ensure a safe holiday for our companions.

Yesterday, students from the University of Idaho Pre-Vet Club came for a tour and to meet our team. Dr. Tori McKlveen ou...
03/15/2022

Yesterday, students from the University of Idaho Pre-Vet Club came for a tour and to meet our team. Dr. Tori McKlveen our Radiologist reviewed CT scans and ultrasounds, Dr. Alix Partnow one of our Neurologists reviewed cases and explained how the MRI works, and Dr. Polly Peterson one of our Internists showed them our endoscopes and how they work. Hopefully, someday, you will see these students helping to save fur babies' lives at VSC!

#vetstudents #vetmed #vetlife #prevetstudents #universityofidaho

We change clocks tonight and spring ahead one hour for the start of daylight saving time!
03/13/2022

We change clocks tonight and spring ahead one hour for the start of daylight saving time!

In Washington, mask requirements will be lifted as of 11:59 p.m. on March 11 but masks will still be required in certain...
03/12/2022

In Washington, mask requirements will be lifted as of 11:59 p.m. on March 11 but masks will still be required in certain settings including health care and other facilities. Masks will still be required when entering our building. We also ask that you continue to wear a mask when meeting with our team members outside our building. Thank you for doing your part to keep our team members safe.

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03/09/2022

๐—ช๐—ฒ ๐—ฎ๐˜€๐—ธ๐—ฒ๐—ฑ ๐——๐—ฟ. ๐—Ÿ๐—ถ๐—ป๐—ฑ๐˜€๐—ฒ๐˜† ๐—ฃ๐—ฒ๐˜๐—ฒ๐—ฟ๐˜€๐—ผ๐—ป, ๐—ฉ๐—ฒ๐˜๐—ฒ๐—ฟ๐—ถ๐—ป๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐˜† ๐—ฆ๐—ฝ๐—ฒ๐—ฐ๐—ถ๐—ฎ๐—น๐—ถ๐˜€๐˜, ๐—ก๐—ฒ๐˜‚๐—ฟ๐—ผ๐—น๐—ผ๐—ด๐˜† ๐˜„๐—ต๐—ฎ๐˜ ๐˜๐—ผ ๐—ฑ๐—ผ ๐—ถ๐—ณ ๐˜†๐—ผ๐˜‚๐—ฟ ๐—ฝ๐—ฒ๐˜ ๐—ถ๐˜€ ๐—ต๐—ฎ๐˜ƒ๐—ถ๐—ป๐—ด ๐—ฎ ๐˜€๐—ฒ๐—ถ๐˜‡๐˜‚๐—ฟ๐—ฒ ๐—ฎ๐—ป๐—ฑ ๐—ต๐—ฒ๐—ฟ๐—ฒ ๐—ถ๐˜€ ๐˜„๐—ต๐—ฎ๐˜ ๐˜€๐—ต๐—ฒ ๐˜€๐—ฎ๐—ถ๐—ฑ:

"Witnessing a seizure in your pet can be a very frightening experience. It is important, however, to remain calm so that you can provide the care your pet needs. The most important thing to do if your pet experiences a seizure is to make sure they are in a safe area away from places or objects that could cause them harm. Do not try to actively restrain your pet and avoid placing your hands anywhere near their mouth as this increases the risk of injury to both them and you. Most seizures are short (less than 1-2 minutes), non-painful, and not life threatening. In most cases it is fine to allow your pet to go through the seizure taking note of the characteristics of the seizure and its duration. After a seizure your pet will likely be disoriented for minutes to hours and may show behavior changes, incoordination, blindness, or increased hunger/thirst. Keep them in a safe place until they are fully recovered. Make sure to follow up with your veterinarian to make a plan to investigate the cause of the seizure.
If a seizure lasts longer than 4-5 minutes or your pet is having back-to-back seizures without recovery in between, then you need to bring your pet to a veterinarian as soon as possible. These more severe seizure scenarios can become life-threatening and require emergency care."

03/06/2022

A new baby in J Pod!
Excerpt from Encounter #13:
The day started with an early morning phone call from Monika Wieland-Shields of the Orca Behavior Institute relaying a report of J pod heading southwest in Boundary Pass toward Turn Point.
Later that afternoon, Dave received a series of calls from Lodie Gilbert relaying messages from Sara Hysong-Shimazu that the whales were still on the westside and that she had seen a possible new calf with J37 from shore at Land Bank...
Read full Encounter report and see photos. https://www.whaleresearch.com/2022-13

03/06/2022
Every single person that works at VSC...
03/05/2022

Every single person that works at VSC...

Every single day!
03/03/2022

Every single day!

Thank you Dr. Peterson and for taking amazing care of Marmalade!#cathealth #vscofseattle #pethealth #vetlife๐Ÿพ
02/28/2022

Thank you Dr. Peterson and for taking amazing care of Marmalade!

#cathealth #vscofseattle #pethealth #vetlife๐Ÿพ

02/27/2022
A common toxin we see in our #ER is Acetaminophen, better known as Tylenol. This is one of the most commonly used pain r...
02/25/2022

A common toxin we see in our #ER is Acetaminophen, better known as Tylenol. This is one of the most commonly used pain relievers in people. This medication and many other over-the-counter (OTC) medications can be toxic to your pets! It is important to check in with your primary care veterinarian before giving any OTC medications.

If your pet has ingested acetaminophen please call (425-697-6106) and bring your pet to our ER immediately!

#VSCishereforyou #vscofseattle #cats #pethealth #cathealth

It is National Dog Biscuit Day! Whether you make your own or buy some give your pup an extra biscuit from us! #dogbiscui...
02/23/2022

It is National Dog Biscuit Day! Whether you make your own or buy some give your pup an extra biscuit from us!

#dogbiscuitday #pethealth #dogs

We are happy we were able to help during this stressful time! #pethealth #dogs #VetLife #vettechlife
02/22/2022

We are happy we were able to help during this stressful time!

#pethealth #dogs #VetLife #vettechlife

Today is National Love Your Pet Day (even though we know that is every day!). This holiday focuses on giving extra atten...
02/20/2022

Today is National Love Your Pet Day (even though we know that is every day!). This holiday focuses on giving extra attention to our pets. Today we encourage you to pamper our pets and focus on the special relationship they hold in your life.

Share a picture of your pet in the comments and tell us how you are celebrating?

#pethealth #nationalloveyourpetday #cats #dogs

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This was my baby Silas he weighed 23 lbs. he was a big boy but solid .
This okace is dear to my heart thwy saved my Maine c**n and helped me with my tabby Bob he was very sick and they put him down for me he had congestive heart failure so bad that i had no choice so we put him to sleep that day my heart has been broken since but the Vet told me i was doing the right thing for my baby Silas. God bless you and Silas i love you Buddy and will see you one day when i get to the rainbow bridge.
Our boy Pebble is doing so good! He has finished his mast cell tumor vaccine from Torigen Pharmaceuticals and has been getting chemo at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle. So far, he is doing great and kicking cancer's butt! Everyone at the vets adore him and he loves wiggling at everyone! All that wiggling and attention means naps are very much needed ๐Ÿฅฐ He will be having a follow up with the oncologist in about a month. Onward, buddy! โค๏ธ ๐Ÿถ
Sweet Dorothy! Dorothy had her check up with our friends at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle neurology this week to check out some of the things that have been going on with her. She has been exhibiting intermittent head tilts, walking in tight circles to the right and has had some difficulty localizing sounds. Based on her exam, the working theory is that she has something going on with her vestibular system which is the system that transmits information regarding orientation of the body in space as well as auditory signals. ๐Ÿถ To make sure we are on the right path with her we are going to be doing a BAER test, which will test her hearing and confirm, hopefully, that the issue is with her peripheral nervous system rather than, say, her brainstem. This is a chronic condition for Dorothy so there is no "cure" but, knowing that it is a peripheral issues will be important in knowing what to look for in the future. โค In the meantime, Dorothy is a happy and healthy pup! She loves her life and all this stuff doesn't slow her down one bit! ๐Ÿถ โค
Itโ€™s a big day for our Hank! Hank was diagnosed with angular limb deformity in his front left leg and is having surgery to correct it today. He is with our friends at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle and we canโ€™t wait to hear that he is through surgery and on the mend. Send Hank some good wishes for an easy recovery! ๐Ÿถ Of course, Hankโ€™s surgery is expensive so if you would like to throw a few dollars towards his care you can donate via the fundraiser on this post or: Venmo: forgottendogsrescue Paypal: paypal.me/forgottendogsrescue Mail: Forgotten Dogs Rescue PO Box 80054 Seattle, WA 98108 โค๏ธ Thank you! We will update you later on Hank!! ๐Ÿถ
Thank you Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle for sharing this. The book of love full of reasons we love our pets is HUGE.
This girl is breaking our hearts! Starla had her surgery recheck and the break in her femur we have been trying to fix is not healing properly, so she has to have another surgery to try and save her leg. We were really hoping for a good report from the doctor ๐Ÿ˜ญ We are so bummed!! She is scheduled for surgery on March 9th at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle and we have all paws crossed that this one works for our girl. โค If you would like to donate to Starla's care, donations can be made: Directly through Facebook โ  Venmo: forgottendogsrescueโ  Paypal: www.paypal.com/paypalme/forgottendogsrescue โค๏ธ We have a lot of expensive dogs right now and could use your help! Thank you!!
Hello from Bubba Gump! This adorable nugget saw our friends at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle last week to get his scoliosis checked out. Overall heโ€™s doing really well and the neurologist wants to see how he continues developing over the next month, and we will recheck him then. In the meantime, Bubba Gump is getting all the snuggles and being as cute as ever! ๐Ÿ˜
Look who is home! Our girl, Gravy! She did great throughout the day yesterday and overnight last night with our friends atVeterinary Specialty Center of Seattle! ๐Ÿถ Now to keep her quiet for the next couple of weeks so she can heal. Wish us luck! โค๏ธ Thank you to everyone who contributed to Gravyโ€™s care. The cost of her surgery and after care is $7,518 (so far) and we raised around $2,790 which is awesome! ๐Ÿ˜˜ If you would like to donate to Gravyโ€™s care, donations can be made: Directly through Facebook โ  Venmo: forgottendogsrescueโ  Paypal: www.paypal.com/paypalme/forgottendogsrescue Or by mail:โ  Forgotten Dogs Rescueโ  PO Box 80054โ  Seattle, WA 98108โ  โค๏ธ Gravyโ€™s surgeon did an amazing job fixing her PPDH and getting her insides sorted out. We are so lucky to have such amazing veterinarians to help our pups! Thank you, everyone! โค๏ธ ๐Ÿถ
Gravyโ€™s surgery went great and she is recovering wonderfully! Yay! She will be at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle at least until tomorrow but, as always, they are taking great care of her! We are so relieved!! Go Gravy!! Thank you for all of the support for our little pupper!! ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰
Daisy was a part of my family for over 13 years, and I regret bringing her to Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle in Lynnwood, WA. I truly believe her death was untimely and could have been prevented. Upon admit, she had a high suspicion of CHF exacerbation, which is listed in her summary. She had crackles and a loud respiratory sound which is noted within the PE findings that is indicative of pulmonary edema. Despite these overt findings, she was given IV fluids for several hours. The following day, another veterinarian administered Lasix, but she had already desaturated to 40%. I was given the news and left my work to find her in profound respiratory distress, which my only option at that point was to have her euthanized. There are several issues within this case that need recognition. Daisy was within your care with concerns of PTE/CHF that was not addressed for over 12 hours. Your cardiac team was not present to make the critical decisions at that time, and I was not notified of their lack of presence until it was too late. I could have driven her to another hospital that had individuals who could make sound decisions based on pertinent clinical presentation and diagnostics. Rather, your team did not make appropriate treatment decisions and waited on her echocardiogram because there was โ€œno one to do itโ€. Your veterinarianโ€™s decision to administer fluid was due to โ€œneeding more blood for labsโ€, but that decision proved to be fatal for Daisy. Although I want to be careful not to offend you and your team, I want to voice these concerns as they are evidently careless mistakes on your teamโ€™s part. Your veterinary hospital is not new โ€“ I expected better protocol in emergent situations, but I was greatly disappointed. I cannot shake this regret for taking my friend and family member of 13 years to your veterinarians. I understand the stress of a hospital setting and making critical decisions in a timely manner, but what occurred at your center was severe negligence. So, I do want punitive measures and there should be corrective action rather than the excuses that I have heard thus far. Please review Daisyโ€™s case with your team as her situation could have been prevented. I hope you can place yourself in my situation and address this loss. Daisy was such a great friend and member of my family โ€“ I am heartbroken the system failed her.
Gravy has her appointment on Monday at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle with a cardiologist to see what can be done about her pericardial diaphragmatic hernia. We are excited to get to this step with her and hopefully she can get all fixed up! โค๏ธ As if Gravy hasnโ€™t been dealing with enough, last week Gravy also developed carpal flexural deformity, which happens when a pupโ€™s muscles and tendons canโ€™t quite keep up with their growth and their front legs bow out and paws knuckle. We have dealt with this a couple of times, and luckily it usually corrects itself within a few weeks with good nutrition. ๐Ÿถ Through everything, Gravy is still the happiest, sweetest pup and we are very hopeful about her vet visit on Monday! Send her good thoughts! โค๏ธ And, Gravy is currently being fostered with FDR alum Petey. Look at how cute they are together! ๐Ÿ˜